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Category Archives: 4 Patch Blocks
Very interesting. Lots of movement in the second design.
Interesting, especially the open space for quilting! I like the second design.
Interesting. Still very interesting with just a few changes.
I started this project fie to see how far I could go with one star block. It is not the simplest star block out there, but is is far less complex than many, including may I have designed. The second … Continue reading
Very busy, but I like the four plain squares near the centre … somewhere to rest the eyes. Borders are a great way to make a collection of blocks made for a double bed big enough for a king size … Continue reading
Playing with one block, usually removing patches from a complex block. I like the second design best!
I love playing with block designs to get a collection of blocks which all have some identical features … which then flow easily throughout a quilt design. The star used right around the outside in the second design is the … Continue reading
In my part of the world our autumn weather is variable this year, from cool summer to cold winter … but it is very dry, which means it is very dusty, so the colours in this project file are appropriate. … Continue reading
One day I asked my Dad what his favourite colour was, and he thought about it for a couple of days then told me it was green. Why? Because it is the colour of the crops coming up! My garden … Continue reading