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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.
The quilts featured on this site have never been made. No stash has been harmed in the process.
This site is a chance to show the un-used and unseen designs to others, and occasionally share designs by making some EQ8 project files available by email on request.
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Category Archives: 9 Patch
Piecing is too fussy for me, but the colours make it look good to me! The second one is interesting. Ah, wow!
Wow! Sometimes I impress myself, even if nobody else is impressed. Love the design above. I like the second one, but compared to the first it is a bit dull.
I have a folder of project files set aside for Christmas, and went looking for a design which was for every day of the year, and the first project i clicked on has just red and white … no green, … Continue reading
First one looks neat and tidy, like a small well laid out town if you have an over developed imagination. Town square in the centre housing on each side, parks in the corners and country all round. Love the second … Continue reading
I didn’t like purple in any shade until I made a quilt for my parents, and Mum chose purple. By the time I had finished that quilt I had grown to love purple as much as she did. I have … Continue reading
A new project using 9 patch blocks, with room for two different red fabrics, plus white. It took a couple of false starts before I was happy with the combination of fabrics, but like the choice in the first couple … Continue reading
The first design today features four examples of how sometimes putting four blocks together creates a whole new block. I didn’t know it would happen, and it only worked because the four blocks together are separated by background fabric. I … Continue reading
First design, red and white. Second design, red and white … or perhaps I should say, white and red! I think the quilting would show up better on the light background because the shadows of the quilted lines would be … Continue reading
The white space around the centre block would need some rather creative quilting! Most of the red and white series of projects were started in 2012, and to be perfectly honest, they need a lot of work to sort them … Continue reading