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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: 9 Patch ‘n’ Apps
Love the first design today, but guess what is missing from the corners! Lots to like about the second, including quilting motifs in the corners.
Nice, but pretty busy. Love. love, love the second design! Love how the darker background fabric becomes the feature fabric in the outer row of blocks, and the way the central blocks are linked discretely by the two lighter fabrics.
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.
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
Love the first design for today. Who would have thought that such a bland change of background colour could have such a great effect! I like the second one too, but it doesn’t excite me as much as the first … Continue reading
Nice layout, but I think I would much rather have an applique in the large centre. Ah, much more to my taste!
Love the first design for the day … … and the second, but the first is my favourite.
Another series of designs in Christmas colours which could be used all year. I love the second design!
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