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I am a quilter who uses a computer program to design way more quilts than I could ever make in several lifetimes.
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Category Archives: Vera’s Star
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
Playing with one block, usually removing patches from a complex block. I like the second design best!
A one block design, with bits and pieces ignored or recoloured to create different designs. I like the gentle curves in the centre of the block.
One block design used, in parts, for all the pieced blocks and the quilting motif. Just a few changes … and I must have used a totally different virtual thread for the quilting motif!
I wonder how many ways the Vera’s Star block can be coloured? And if Vera’s Star can be coloured so many different ways, how many ways can your favourite block can be coloured to create a centre feature, straight lines, … Continue reading
One block, one quilting design exactly following the lines of the block, but contrast fabric is not used in some of the pieces so those pieces disappear. In a real quilt the cutting and piecing can be reduced by not … Continue reading
One block quilts are probably the most common style of patchwork quilts … but what if you alter the block a bit, and another bit … you have a very different looking quilt without having to use another block design.