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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: Beth’s Brunsvigia Quilts
The flowers have taken over and are dancing all over the garden! The settings used in this project file are based on pieced blocks which use just squares and rectangles. I have built up a collection of the blocks for … Continue reading
Today’s designs make use of a feature of Electric Quilt which allows us to use a feature which will turn any block diagram which uses squares and rectangles into a quilt layout. I love the second design!
I like the first design for today … … but I love the second one! I really should play with custom settings more often.
Love the one above … … and the next one more! I have been away from home for a couple of days with fellow quilters, so today’s first job is to get my feet back on the ground, back in … Continue reading
Love this project file and all the designs in it. The layouts are based on pieced blocks created with squares and rectangles … no odd angles. This is one feature of Electric quilt I should utilize more as I like … Continue reading
How many ways can one flower grow? As many as you want if you do it virtually! Also helps if you start out trying to draw a real flower when your drawing skills are fairly limited and decide to use … Continue reading
Interesting! The leaves of my real brunsvigia are big and strappy … augers well for the flowers which I expect in 7 or eight years! (Unless I dig them up to move them again in that time frame.) It would … Continue reading
I am counting down the years before my two clumps of these bulbs flower … they do not flower for ten years after being disturbed, so I have seven years to wait. The bonus is I brought about 15 bulbs … Continue reading