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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: Bubbles
I wonder how many bubbles it would take to make a queen size quilt. I haven’t counted the number of assorted size circles of fabric it takes for any of the blocks in this project file, but it would feel … Continue reading
I am thinking that it would be fun to blow some bubbles … and I am much more seriously thinking that I will make a bubbly quilt. Thank goodness I have a Scan’N’Cut to cut the circles for me, so … Continue reading
I wondered what I could do if I was ever silly enough to accumulate a large box of small, circular scraps, so started playing with the idea in Electric Quilt. I started just scattering them around, then thought I could … Continue reading
This could be a fun idea to use on a baby quilt, but I don’t think it would really be feasible on a large quilt as depicted. I should spend time playing with ideas for little people … and this … Continue reading
Making one of these would be on a par with using quarter inch hexagons to make a queen size quilt … and doing that is the reason some of my my best friends get called crazy quilters!
Fun idea … and one way to use up lots of little scraps, but it would possibly make us giddy stitching all the circles on. Would be a good idea to quilt in the opposite direction to unwind the giddyness!