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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: White on …
When I designed the blocks I have used in this series I spent a lot of time trying to get the right amount of contrast between the applique pieces … then discovered that little or no contrast between the applique … Continue reading
Interesting idea … low contrast fabrics for quite complex applique designs.
This is from the original White Out project, which was the result of me accidentally Clearing the colours from a virtual quilt I was editing. I liked the results and started sharing.
I like it, but the design I shared yesterday is more to my taste, and something like that could well become my next UFO!
The first time I created a white out on a quilt by somehow deleting all colour from the applique blocks, it was the biggest mistake I had made for quite a while, but I loved the result. This is one … Continue reading
The background fabric looks a little less gold than I thought it would, but I love the design. Lots of room for some creative quilting.
Some very interesting blocks which work well together.
It is amazing to me just how little contrast you can get away with sometimes. I would consider making something like this now, but without seeing what it looks like as a virtual quilt I would never have considered it.
A rather formal style!
A little bit heavy handed with the choice of quilting thread. Love this one, and maybe because of the heavy quilting thread.