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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.
The quilts featured on this site have never been made. No stash has been harmed in the process.
This site is a chance to show the un-used and unseen designs to others, and occasionally share designs by making some EQ8 project files available by email on request.
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Category Archives: EQ Dozen
Interesting mix of blocks, or perhaps an interesting way to mix up some blocks. I like the second one, but would leave out the 16 identical applique blocks and quilt a similar motif in that space instead.
The EQ Dozen project files were amongst the first project files created for the Virtual Quilter blog, and I still like playing whenever I open them … not that I need to as there are plenty of designs in there … Continue reading
Love it! Love the second one, but the first is my favourite.
Love the difference in scale of the blocks in the first design. Love the second design too. In fact, I love the whole project file, and add more designs every time I open it.
Two blocks direct from the Electric Quilt library, and I like it. I love mixing pieced and applique blocks in quilts, as it adds a lot of interest to any design to mix in something a bit different.
Love it!! I like the second one, but it completely overshadowed by the first.
Select a variety of blocks from the Electric Quilt Library, add some fabrics of your choice and use a basic straight setting and start playing. You just might find your next masterpiece quilt.
Something like this would look stunning in the right setting. The second one is not as stunning, but would still look good.
A great way to explore a few of the possibilities of designing is to select a few blocks, add a small collection of fabrics, and start rearranging blocks to see what happens when the blocks are mixed up and rearranged. … Continue reading
On the whole I think I like straight sets over on point most of the time, but I still love playing with on point settings. It is worth it when you find designs like the one above!