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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 ‘n’ Apps
It is simple to use a large block in the centre, with a narrow strip border included in the block dimensions so the border of blocks will fit neatly. The centre block is 34 x 34 inches, with a 1 … Continue reading
Quite a mood change compared to yesterday’s post … much softer! The first two are both interesting … … but I love the last one! Simple layout starts with a 34 inch block, with a 1 inch border, then two … Continue reading
Originally from the same project file as yesterday’s designs, these use the same blocks but there are only 25 blocks used in each design. I love the second one.
I always enjoy adding quilting designs to virtual quilts … and wish I could quilt a real quilt as quickly as I can virtually quilt! Doesn’t help my quilting speed that my prefered method of quilting is by hand!
I think I have started with the best one today. In fact, I have them in order of my preference. When I started blogging a quilt design every day I would take designs from wherever in the project file I … Continue reading
I like it.
I love selecting a collection of blocks, then some fabrics, and seeing what happens. This design uses just applique blocks, but I have used some of the pieced blocks as quilting motifs so they didn’t miss out altogether. Love this … Continue reading
Interesting! Not much applique, lot’s more piecing. This series of designs grew like topsy in one project file, and so I split them into four files, and they continue to grow!
I love the pattern created by the two background fabrics. Something else to play with would be quilting designs for the background … applique and pieced areas in the contrast fabrics would need some outlining, but what to do in … Continue reading