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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: Patricia’s Patches
Not my favourite colours, but I love the design. Love that circle around the centre block!
I like the design, and the colours even though I think they would look like Christmas all through the year, but then a little bit of Christmas everyday would be nice. The second design has me thinking that a simple … Continue reading
Very interesting. I started designing quilts with assorted blocks, but repeating most of the assortment of designs. Most of the quilts I made before Electric Quilt came into my life were all different blocks, in other words sampler quilts. Doing … Continue reading
Love the inner border … breaks up an otherwise busy collection of blocks. Love the second design too.
Love the first one. Love the second one too! I love the last applique border … specifically that little bump in the middle of each side.
Love the first design! Very, very interesting!
I love it! I love it … and I am not going to even try to pick a favourite!
There is space for quilting, so I like it! More space for quilting, and some quilting motifs to fill some of that space. This project file was started to tidy up the blocks used in other Patricia’s Patches series, but … Continue reading
Interesting collection of blocks crates some contrast of shapes when mixed together. I like mixing pieced and applique blocks together, and though as a beginner quilter I used sashing or different colour backgrounds to make them stand apart, I now … Continue reading
Interesting. Love the peacocks!