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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 Quilted
I love the first design … sort of old fashioned but not a copy of the old styles. Neither of today’s designs have pieced blocks, though others in the project file do. Love the second one too.
Love it! Nice, but not as nice as the first one!
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.
I love it! I love it … and I am not going to even try to pick a favourite!
It is a bit busy, but I like it. There are a lot of peacocks in the second one … must have gathered for a special occasion! Apparently no one has told them about social distancing, or they just didn’t … Continue reading
Interesting. Something I must do for real one day is to make a quilt with some low contrast blocks along with some with higher contrast. Or perhaps I could just use the low contrast in parts of the blocks, not … Continue reading
I love using low contrast for some pieces in pieced blocks as I have done in both of the pieced blocks in this design. Love the peacocks too.
Rather elegant. I love it.
I love this one, even if it does have some pieced blocks.
Some very interesting details, including the peacocks. They look like the middle pair are dancing!