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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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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: Logs in the Pale
Middle of yet another week, and I thought it would be interesting to keep with the theme of the last week … so I am using my Logs in the Pale file for this weeks Log Cabin designs. I am … Continue reading
I love low contrast, and am amazed at how effective it can be. The first four designs are rather similar, with just minor changes … the sort of changes we might have to make because we made four blocks using … Continue reading
The middle of the week seems to come around quicker than the weekends, but this week I can blame the long weekend we just had! I will also use that as a reason the share designs which look a bit … Continue reading
When selecting and sorting colours for Log Cabin quilts, you need to have a good contrast between the light and dark sides … … but that doesn’t mean you have to use black and white. It is important thing to to keep … Continue reading
Ooops! Went outside to water the garden and forgot about it being the middle of the week, and you might be waiting for your break away from the humdrum by looking at a small collection of Log Cabin designs. I … Continue reading
Time for another mid week Log Cabin retreat, though it seems like just a couple of days since the last retreat. That is because I really retreated over the weekend with 38 other quilters. We ate well, we talked, we … Continue reading