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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: Christmas Forest
I just counted the tree blocks in this design and there are three I haven’t made into small wall hangings (to hang on doors), but i have run out of doors to hang them on! The second design could be … Continue reading
If it is not already out, now is the time to bring out the Christmas tree. In my case, I should bring out the rest of the trees … I still have an old wardrobe full of them!
Love the Snowman border … and since part of Australia had some snow last week, much more appropriate than usual. More virtual Christmas designs will be appearing here every day until Christmas Day as part of my conversion to EQ8 … Continue reading
I am wondering how I could make a 3D tree like this … have been wondering for quite a while, and no nearer a solution yet! (As I typed that I got an idea … must make some notes … … Continue reading
More of those trees … this time growing in nice neat square plots in the forest! All the designs in this project file could be thrown over the back of a couch, or perhaps as tablecloths … which we throw … Continue reading
This series is an example of how playing with a simple idea can lead to a lot of possibilities. The basic idea was to crate a Christmas tree using trees … and has led to the blocks changing shape from … Continue reading
Playing with trees to create trees … trees within trees! Adding three wrapped boxes to the bottom gives a more stable look. (Now are they just wrapped boxes or do they have something in them?) More bow decorations. Finally for … Continue reading
I love Christmas trees, and for quite a few years I had just one tree in the house, though for our first Christmas the tree finished up outside as I got hay fever from the pine. Then I bought a … Continue reading