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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: Beaded Blocks and Borders
That looks like a huge pile of beads to prepare and stitch, but experience tells me it is not as time consuming as it looks. Not quite as many beads, but very interesting design.
Love this, though the colour of the binding could be improved.
Simple design, but I can picture this on a newly made bed, and crumpled in the morning, and it would always adding comfort to the room. Mind you, I would have to twist and tangle the Strings of Beads somehow … Continue reading
Love the first, and I must remember to cut beads whenever I have scraps of fabric with iron on bonding added. Of course, I could also just add bonding to any large piece of fabric, especially if it is a … Continue reading
I like it … even though I have just noticed that one block is the wrong colouring.
I love this one … I would be happy to live with it.
Just one very versatile shape. Love it.
I started this series simply so that the beads looked a little like they were scrappy fabrics, but still added several Batik fabrics to get what I wanted. I like the variation of background fabrics too.
Love it! Batik fabrics are perfect for the ‘beads’ in these designs … the changing colours are gentler than in most prints and add dimension to the beads. Hand dyes are also great.
Lots of little scraps from a scrap basket will make this … if they are coordinated colours, so much the better.