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Category Archives: A Spoonful of Christmas
Very interesting, but very busy. However, if this was turned into a real quilt I would use a quilting thread the same colour as the background to add texture, rather than teh lines seen in the illustration, so it wouldn’t … Continue reading
Love the different colour backgrounds. They add a whole new dimension to the designs. From now until Christmas day you will get a double dose of virtual quilt designs. Hope you enjoy seeing them, and have a wonderful real life … Continue reading
All I have done to create this series of quilts was to change some simple leaf shapes to holly shapes, and added Christmas colours. Every quilt design with a leaf could be changed the same way! Maybe the change could … Continue reading
Lovely! Nive, but a bit busy for my taste. Adding sashing might help. Busy, but I like it anyway. In a real quilt I would use a softer thread colour for the quilting which would take away a lot of … Continue reading
Rather elaborate for a quilt intended for use for a short time each year! I love it. Love the one above too!
I love light green backgrounds at the moment, though I suspect that I would use an almost white on white print in a real quilts. Perhaps it is that the green looks less stark on screen. Maybe I would use … Continue reading
This is a spin off from one of my all time favourite series of blocks. I simply changed my fabric selection, and added some holly leaves.
As much as I like toys for Christmas, I thought I would share something for the grownups too! I started playing with Lovin’ Spoonful before last Christmas, but when i opened the project file this year I got to playing … Continue reading
A Spoonful of Christmas … less fattening than the box of chocolates! Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
More from that Lovin’ Spoonful. Is it any wonder I inspect all cutlery very carefully now … just in case it might inspire quilt designs.