Who would not like to play with baby blocks which were as pretty as these?
This post combines sharing two more virtual quilt designs with a challenge.
I started this project file by starting a new quilt design, and then selecting Baby Blocks.
The first designs I did with rows of Baby Blocks, but then I started playing with the number of rows, numbers of blocks, and playing with every other thing I could find to change the setting. Then of course, I had to find some block designs to see what happened when I added them to the various designs.
I think this is one of the most interesting ways to play in Electric Quilt, but there are other setting options, and apart from practicing your EQ skills, playing with applique and pieced blocks in unusual setting, and then playing with colour and contrast, you will learn about design. My advice is the make time for play time with EQ!
Who wants to grow up and not play with Baby Blocks anyway.