Virtual Quilter’s Pattern Place
- Broomstick BuddiesI always knew there were better things to do with broom handles than sweep floors! Add some fabric, maybe some stuffing and some scraps of wadding for unique Christmas decorations.Some hand, some machine sewing, some gluing, some painting involved.
- New Pattern Timber T TreeA tree which will show off a wide variety of trims in a narrow space.
- TassellationsAll my scissors are easy to pick out at the end of a workshop ... every pair has at least one tassel.It is listed under Crafty Projects
- Champagne Poppers While cleaning up after New Years Eve look for those little plastic bottle shapes which go bang when a piece of attached string is pulled. Don’t pull the string on any unused ones too early or suffer the consequences. (Even if you didn’t have a drink others within hearing range may have!)
- A Cabin in Topeka 1Shopping list only ... with colour and outline layouts. Quilt Size 67 x 67 inches Pattern Sheets required ... available separately. Topeka Rose and variations 8 inch Log Cabin 8 inch These are pattern sheets only ... no instructions. They are also bargain priced ... $4Aus for all three. The block patterns will feature in future designs as well as this […]
- New Pattern ... Bundaleer Park86inches x 86inches Pieced and applique queen size quiltBundaleer refers to the reservoir, forest, creek and recreation area in the Mid North of South Australia. They are not all adjacent to each other, so I have used Park to group them all together.Tested by a friend, Margaret, from a virtual pattern ... one I had written without damaging fabric ... and her […]
- William and MicheleInspired by the work of William Morris and one of his greatest fans, Michele Hill. All applique can be worked by hand or machine, and instructions are given for both. Similarly, quilting can be by hand or machine. Size 66 inches (168 cm) square
- Bush GarlandsThis quilt revisits some patterns first published in Down Under Quilts several years ago, which have been tidied up and given a more up to date look with stronger colours than the original.The finished quilt is a great size for throwing over a lounge or placing on top of a double bed.Instructions for both hand and machine applique are included, also hand and […]
- Monet's Garden in Close-upThis design can be made in either 9 inch or 12 inch blocks regardless of the size of the project. The 12 inch blocks are more suitable for beginners, and will make a large quilt in a minimum amount of time. Smaller quilts will look more effective with 9 inch blocks, but it will take very little time to piece nine 12inch blocks. You may choose either size blo […]
- Ready for a HugSize 45 inches x 50 inchesThis Cuddle Rug designed for Kindy and Primary School children.Ideal cuddle rug which will sit on top of a single bed but could be hung on a wall.
- Broomstick Buddies
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Tag Archives: EQ on Point
I manage to make some very interesting designs in this series … something to do with the borders!
A touch of the twenties and thirties in that border. This series keeps producing designs which are very difficult to label, or describe to somebody without a picture! Don’t forget the Star Power give away … just a few days … Continue reading
Blocks from the Electric Quilt block library used on point. This design has been in the picture file on my computer for quite some time … waiting patiently until I noticed it and decided to use it. I am now … Continue reading
Wow! Looks impressive! (The quilt design and the link below.) https://www.facebook.com/virtualquilts So now you can keep up to date with virtual quilts via email by entering your email address at the link on the right via RSS in your choice … Continue reading
Love that border!
Mmmm! I think I should have repeated the centre block somewhere. (It is the same as the block each side and above and below it, but the colouring makes it rather different.)
The corner border block does some interesting things when you use it on point in the body of the quilt! Love the lightness of the border, but think I would like to insert a little bit of clearance before the … Continue reading
Almost looks like this is surrounded by two rows of teeth! Or is it two rows of mountains?
Someone asked how I got those pointy bits in the outer border. It might make more sense if you can see the seam lines, so here it is with the lines. EDIT ……. sorry, it makes real sense if you … Continue reading