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    Picture Thread

    Hi All,
    I am sure there has been one of these done before, but I did not see one recently. When I first ordered my quilts, I was wondering what colors looked like what and how the thread looked and so on. I think a picture thread stating some basic info on color choice and which type of quilt you got can really help out anyone deciding on how they want to customize.

    My request is that we try to keep this as much picture oriented as possible so that it can become a resource for whoever is looking for info.

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    Here are mine:

    outer - Morrocan Blue 67 w/ orange stitching; inner - Burnt Orange Taffeta w/ blue stitching; snaps; 900+1; 70"
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    outer - Saddle Brown 67 w/ blue stitching; inner - Moss Green 67 w/ brown stitching; snaps; 900; 75"
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    Here are mine. Dark Olive/Burnt Orange Ion with color-matched stitching; and Blue/Red Argon 90 with white stitching

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    Last edited by rweb82; 05-21-2018 at 12:55.

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    Operator Series TQ and UQ in moroccan blue and saddle brown. aka chocolate blueberry. 20170624_142000.jpg 20170624_142013.jpg 20170624_141044.jpg 20170624_140953.jpg
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    Zero degree Ridge Reaper, 900 fill. Argon 67 black out (to match my black RR), argon 67 Morrocan blue in, matching threads.

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    20 degree Operator Series Ghost Pepper, 900 fill. Argon 67 Morrocan blue out, argon 67 black in, matching threads.

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    The Ridge Reaper fits like a glove, and works very well. Super happy with the performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rweb82 View Post
    Blue/Red Argon 90 with white stitching
    The red looks nice and vibrant here— how true to life would you say this photo is? I’m deciding on color and I love red but have been a bit hesitant — my first “brick red” Argon quilt looks much less vibrant than this— kinda brownish.

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    Left: Operator Habernero 50º, Charcoal gray and Burnt Orange
    Right: AHE Jarbridge 3S, Black and Blaze Orange

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    Saver Series Habanero, 0 degree, Black ion outer, grey ion inner, red grosgrain
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    Saver Series Serrano, 0 degree, Black ion outer, grey ion inner
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    Quote Originally Posted by sloanie View Post
    The red looks nice and vibrant here— how true to life would you say this photo is? I’m deciding on color and I love red but have been a bit hesitant — my first “brick red” Argon quilt looks much less vibrant than this— kinda brownish.
    The colors ate pretty true to life. The red is a true red- unlike brick red.

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