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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: Dear Dear Dear
Small blocks in these designs, so there are a lot of them in large quilts. I think I prefer the first one, but it is a close contest between these two!
Not the best background fabric, but an interesting design. Like the second one despite the background fabric. I think I might find some time to change the background fabric in this project file … at least doing a few at … Continue reading
Oops! We have been off the grid for a week, relying on renewable power and a dodgy generator … decided there were more important things than the Virtual Quilter keeping up with a virtual quilt design every day … but … Continue reading
I love this. It looks very traditional without being a reproduction.
Love it! Note that I would quilt the light patches with a light thread and simple straight lines as a contrast to the rest of the quilting in a contrast thread.
Small blocks like the Dear Jane quilt, but with block designs repeated. Endless possibilities!
Interesting. I am thinking that the solid blocks in the corners should be lighter, but whatever colour they are they invite some interesting quilting designs.
Lots and lots, and lots more, little pieces! New from Electric Quilt … EQ Mini
I like it!
Very, very interesting! Simple, pieced blocks … just need lots of them because they are small.