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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: Lovin’ Spoonful
Oh, sew pretty! Again, sew pretty! Cannot pick a favourite!
Love the block in the centre of outer row! Like the second design too, but the first wins today’s vote.
Love the spoon which inspired this series of designs … love the design above. The title for the series had a different inspiration, from a different era to that old spoon. Love the second one more!
Love it. Love this one too … they remind me of applique quilts made a century ago.
Pretty, dainty, and I love it. No favourite today … love them both.
I don’t like this design, but I do love it! This project file is simply a recolouring of the Lovin’ Spoonful blocks, along with a few blocks getting modified slightly. Love the second one even more!
A bright version of Lovin’ Spoonful, a contrast to the original colours. Love the second design, and would like it in most colourways I can think of. Love the third, but I think my favourite of these three is the … Continue reading
I love this series. I love both of these designs. I am still amazed that this whole series of quilts use blocks inspired by a teaspoon!
Another project file that was about to be retired because it was about to be empty of new designs to share … or an excuse to update the colours and carry on. Well, I haven’t changed the colours yet, but … Continue reading