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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: Border Beauties
Love it! Lots of room for quilting.
I like it! I think it would work with light background and brighter colours for the modern look, … or with a very dark background with red and white … or in dirty, muddy colours it might even look a … Continue reading
I love it … but needs more quilting! Also love the prize winner shown by another Judy on her blog.
This series uses a block design from the Electric Quilt library which I have since played with to create a whole heap of variations and quilting designs, for every day and even for Christmas.
I use a lot of boring filler quilting designs, but broken by motifs where there is space. This design would probably get more distinct motifs in the blocks, but the main open space for quilting is the border. My preferred … Continue reading
Love it. So does Kat. I like this one too. Adding quilting to familiar series is exciting … but it has taken a long time for me to find the time and the concentration to create quilting designs similar to … Continue reading
I love the pieced borders in this series. Love the way they change when the colouring is changed.
I was looking for a project file with no room for quilting … that didn’t work, so I guess the next week, or maybe three, will find me concentrating on quilting designs for borders.