Category Archives: French Onion

French Onion Practice 6

One of the steps in designing what became a real quilt. The title happened because I didn’t know what those pretty bulb like things were called, and by the time I found out the idea of a sophisticated onion originating … Continue reading

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French Onion Practice 4 and 5

Interesting, though a bit blank in the middle! Room for something much more interesting. Of course, a lot of other designs could fit into that centre circle!

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French Onion Practice 3 and 4

Not a bad design. Lots of drafting errors!   Much better regarding the drafting inaccuracies, and another reasonable design. I am so glad my Electric Quilt drawing skills have improved a bit over the years! But then, Electric Quilt has … Continue reading

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French Onion Practice 2

When I started quilting I used pencils and paper to design quilts … the drawings looked nothing like the picture I had in my mind, so sharing them with anybody else was pretty much useless. Then I bought Electric Quilt. … Continue reading

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French Onion Practice 2

A design I put together on the way to making a real quilt. The design for the real quilt became a pattern, initially available as a paper pattern, now in PDF form.

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