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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: Felicity Anderson Quilts
I like it! Like this one too!
Oh dear … I quite like the design, but the thought of making all those not quite identical blocks means I will never make this one up as a real quilt. I don’t mind making repeat blocks, but not so … Continue reading
Interesting. Love the second one!
Come fiddly applique blocks, some equally fiddly quilting motifs based on applique blocks … with a simple filler. That’s the way I like my real quilts. My favourite is the second one of these two.
Love it! I don’t think I could live with the background colour, but like the way it looks. These colours include favourites pink, purple and green, but when I started this project file I thought i should try a colour … Continue reading
I like it a lot. I love the second design. The border blocks in the first were designed by removing one of the large flowers and the centre circle from the border blocks in the second. I prefer the one … Continue reading
I love this one! However, I would use a much finer thread to do the quilting than what it looks like on screen! Love the second one too!
Nice, but not sure about the background fabric. I think I would like to have a lighter background, but then the white lillies are going to melt into the background. I just tried black but didn’t like that as the … Continue reading
I like it, but have no idea as to how I would actually do the applique. Perhaps cheat, and print the designs onto fabric!
Love the quilt design, not so happy about the way dense quilting looks like stains on the quilt, though I have to admit that if a quilt had stains in such nice neat shapes I would leave them there!