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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: String of Beads
This project file was started so Icould try to find some interesting ways to turn straight Strings of Beads around corners, and grew to include not so simple strings. The collection of corners kept growing to connect a wide variety … Continue reading
Nice one! The colour of the border/binding makes it look like it has just been added to a very old and faded quilt! I do like the old part of the quilt though!
Lots and lots of little applique beads! Not quite so many little applique beads, but more quilting.
My love affair with String of Beads began at the first quilt exhibition I attended soon after I fell in love with patchwork and applique and has no sign of fading away. I have probably got enough beads left over … Continue reading
Simple, applique and quilting … love it! Forgot to add quilting to the border! Sorry!
Interesting tangle of beads! An even more interesting tangle … love it!
Challenge for today … how many applique beads are there in these two quilts? Despite it being a fairly big number, these are much simpler to make than most other applique designs. All the beads are the same… 2 inches … Continue reading
I like it. Much more interesting!
Looks like somebody has been playing with a bead collection, and the results look good. I think the first one is the winner by a narrow margin.
I like the subdued colours in this project file. Love the second design. I think it would look good in bright, or pretty, or even dramatic colour schemes, not just the subdued shown here.