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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: Mexican Rose Quilt
I like it.
I have spent a lot of time modifying applique blocks since I started using Electric Quilt. I usually start by rotating the design 45 degrees … then start removing pieces, multiplying pieces, shrinking pieces, enlarging pieces to create a series … Continue reading
I was trying to show the filler quilting design … have decided that in future I will concentrate on the more intricate design areas, and leave the space for everyone to visualize your favourite boring filler in the blank spaces!
This series is the result of playing with just one block from the Electric Quilt block library, making the basic shapes bigger, smaller, and maybe a few variations in between, then eliminating parts of the resulting designs. It is also … Continue reading
A block from the EQ library, with some modifications, and heavily quilted … virtually! I think there is room for something a little more exciting in the background quilting design … not too much, but something.
I like the way the original block has become both quilting and applique designs which can be used together,
This series opened up a real big can of worms. The Mexican Rose block is in the Electric Quilt library. A simple cross design with an attractive centre. I started playing with the design by tipping it on point to … Continue reading