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Category Archives: Beaded Border Strings
I have spent many happy hours playing with little leaf/bead shape, creating designs of all sorts, but this project file is confined to simple borders … and getting around the corners. The one on the left shows five different corners … Continue reading
This project file was started so I could see how many applique beaded border designs I could find … and how many ways I could turn corners! I also liked the way so many similar borders looked when used exclusively.
We can all see the applique shapes, but part of my brain is seeing quilting lines … and I love both views!
Same simple shape as yesterday, and the day before … and I love this one too.
One applique shape in all but one border … that one border has a few round beads added. Adding more shapes could lead to lots of fun when stringing virtual fabric beads, just like it does when stringing real beads.
If I decide this is the next project to start I will need to spend some time playing with quilting designs for those blank borders. Note that there are three different ways of turning the corners … This project was … Continue reading
There are lots of ways to make a feature section in a string of real beads, and this project file is where I tried to find a few ways to get around corners in the quilter’s version of String of … Continue reading
I like it! I think these designs would convert very nicely to quilting designs.