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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: Super Sashing
Black and white, with a touch of red … I like it.
I love it!
Love the way the two sashing designs have formed a Celtic knot without the curves.
Interesting, but could use a few tweaks! Nearly deleted it, but liked the effect created by the fine red sashing.
More blocks than I usually use in this series, but the sashing is still the feature.
I have been looking around my project files and found some old friends I haven’t seen for a while. Now I feel the urge to add some colour to this series!
Rather oriental! I like it. ================================== I would like every one who reads this to also read 5 Things Will Help You Become A Better Quilter by Ami Simms. (I didn’t use many words to leave more time for reading Ami’s … Continue reading
Very interesting! How would you quilt it? I would outline the pieces in contrast colours, ignoring any seam-lines between background area. I would use a feature design in the blank squares surrounded by three rows of sashing. Dense cross hatch … Continue reading
I have used more blocks in this design than I would normally use. A previous designs here has just five. Another design uses sashing specifically designed to link blocks. This series basically shows one method of incorporating different size square … Continue reading