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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: Red and White OP
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
Three designs today, and they all look warm and cozy. Love the second one! Some tricky block placements … look at the row of three blocks across the top. One is the corner of the light coloured border, the ones … Continue reading
Some interesting but not exciting variations. The one above is a bit obvious if you were thinking of a treasure map! The one above is probably the best of the day. However, all of them would keep somebody warm with … Continue reading
Not bad … except for the deliberate mistake top centre! Or perhaps the mistake is that the other three sides don’t match.
A simple progression from just one contrast block … … to five … … then five plus four plain filler blocks. All the lines are straight, but there is a hint of a curve in the arrow block … not … Continue reading
More red and white … I have a green tree in every room, so could use lots of red and white quilts, or tablecloths. I hadn’t thought about using solid red blocks … another useful idea.
All the designs I am showing at the moment use the same collection of blocks … ten blocks drafted on a nine patch grid. I am often surprised at just how much is possible with a small collection of … Continue reading
The same blocks as yesterday and the day before … with two or more of them used on point. When you start mixing blocks you never quite know what will happen … but it is fun trying assorted combinations. This last one looks like it … Continue reading
Three designs using the blocks on point … and I love those little bead like ‘drops’ from the border in this first one. They could make an interesting border. Interesting. The blocks with the little triangles in each corner look … Continue reading