Love the colours, love the blocks, love the quilting design.
Oops, I didn’t mean to leave that plain fabric in that border!
That is better. I do like the first design better than this one though.
Another oops … obviously there is plenty of that plain red fabric in my virtual stash.
Love the way the outer row of Log Cabin blocks have created curved borders.
Like the last one most of all of them today.
Like it, but not as much as I liked yesterday’s design.
Love this design … love this series!
Not a lot of quilting, but I would outline all applique and pieced shapes, plus do one of the more boring filler designs in open areas … probably diagonal cross hatching.
Take one applique block design, keep some blocks the same, make some parts bigger in some, leave parts out in others, use the shapes on the diagonal on some blocks, and then use the shapes for quilting designs.
The EQ Dozen first appeared when I was using EQ5, it survived EQ6, and now has been revamped in EQ7, not because of the program, but because I managed to get totally confused as to which designs I had shared, and which ones I hadn’t.
I am thinking that one day I should try using totally different colours in some of my old favourite project files … but not in the hear future as I have to break in a new computer, take a few days break from unpacking, and catch up with a few more locals around the area I haven’t seen for quite some time.