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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: Stained Glass Projects
I keep thinking I should make this project file a bit brighter, or move the window to the bright side of the house, but despite it being very close to summer here Down Under, the weather is more winter than … Continue reading
I like the design of the first one, but the colouring is a bit dull … but it is cloudy at the moment, so maybe that is the problem! Love the second design!
I would love to live with stained glass windows, and I do have a small hanger, and a butterfly which sticks to a window. Not quite the real deal, but about as close as I will get unless we win … Continue reading
I can see clearly today … somebody must have washed the stained glass windows … wasn’t me! Love the brighter colours in these two compared to yesterdays designs.
I would love a stained glass window, but virtual quilt designs will have to do for now. Like both of the two designs above. Love the last one, if for no other reason it would just about be big enough … Continue reading
Looks a bit like the green stuff in my garden at the moment, as we have had some heavy rain and thunderstorms over the last couple of days, and all the dirt and dust has been washed off the green … Continue reading
Interesting. Much more interesting. I think those narrow curved lines could be done with narrow strips of fabric plus fusible cut on the bias … and ironed on to the background very carefully.
Love this project file and every one of the twenty or so designs in it. The one above is one of my favourites amongst all the favourites. I am spending hours of my days at home sorting blocks, and am … Continue reading
I don’t have time to learn to create stained glass, and no space to set up a lead lighting workshop, so I am wondering if anyone has thought of creating the software and hardware to print designs on glass , … Continue reading