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- Dear, Dear, It’s Quilted 1, 2, 3 and 4 May 23, 2015
- Dear Dear Dear 28 May 22, 2015
- Stained Glass Early Project 14 May 21, 2015
- Logs on Point 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 May 20, 2015
- Annie Clover and Pieces 19 May 19, 2015
- 9 Patch ‘n’ Apps OP 6 May 18, 2015
- EQ Album 52 May 17, 2015
- EQ 9x9s 70 and 71 May 16, 2015
- Felicity Anderson Quilts 18 May 15, 2015
- Aunt Flo’s Quilt 2 and 3 May 14, 2015
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- Red Table Cloth and Runner May 13, 2015
- Orphan Bookshelf May 12, 2015
- Antique Meat Safe May 12, 2015
- Maudie’s Kitchen Dresser May 3, 2015
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Tag Archives: 9 Patch
That is an interesting star design, even of I do say so myself.
For owners of Electric Quilt 7 … a project file containing the above design is yours for the asking. Leave a flattering comment … and bribes will be considered even though every commenter gets the prize.
Love it. Love the low contrast change in the background fabric, and the low contrast filler blocks in the corners. (The corner block designs could be used as just quilting motifs … using contrast threads for the motifs, and … Continue reading
More of the collection of ten 9 patch blocks plus two colour variations simply combined with each other. What I am hoping you will learn from this series is that there are a lot of 9 Patch blocks that are … Continue reading
Mmm … starry cross is a bit crowded, Better … now it has room to shine! Look closely and you can see faint lines between the pieces, and will be able to identify that the tiny 9 patch blocks are … Continue reading
Looks like summer has arrived, and the quilt on the line faded! It looks soft and cuddly … like an old and well loved quilt feels wrapped around you while it is keeping you warm. I like the very basic … Continue reading
Nearing the end of the series! I think I saved some of the boring bits to finish the series … but for me there is excitement. As soon as this series finishes I am going to select another … Continue reading
Lots of interesting things happening in the design above, but I don’t think I would be comfortable with so many points around the edge! Like this one!
I like it … in particular the washed out blocks around the outside which create not quite empty space. That not quite empty space has the advantage of some indication of a quilting design rather than just open space. … Continue reading