Baker’s Dozen 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Baker's Dozen 1

Checking through the folder with project files with blocks exclusively from Electric Quilt libraries, I found one with a whole heap of quilts in the original colours of the EQ Dozen project files. I was about to delete the file when I thought about trying some different colour backgrounds.

While I was playing I noticed that I had added an extra block to the dozen, which already included one modified version of the original blocks … so the file had outgrown the dozen, so renamed the file when I added the dark background and liked it enough to keep playing! (And added another block just because!)

Baker's Dozen 2

I also gave myself to modify blocks, but not add any more blocks. I have to set myself some limits!

Baker's Dozen 3

The first new modification is to the only modification made to any of the blocks from the original project file.

Baker's Dozen 4

Perhaps an upright version of the new modification might be useful too.

Baker's Dozen 5

So I had to change the original block, Comb, to make it match the parent block to the new variations.

I think this will be the new favourite project file to play with, at least for this week!

So far the original EQ Dozen has been tipped on point … quilted … had sashing added and partially disappearing … had the fabrics updated for the quilted version … and again for this new spin on the theme.


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I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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