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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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Tag Archives: 9P Blocks
All the blocks in this project file are 9 patch blocks which have identical corners. In most of the designs I have used a pale fabric for the corners, but thought I should try at least a few with darker … Continue reading
In today’s designs I have used the same colours and blocks as yesterday … just tipped them over a bit. The most intersting thing is how the border blocks work om point in comparison to being set straight. I like … Continue reading
When I chose these fabrics I wanted almost plain primary colours to play with … I try yo avoid primary colours in general, so this was a challenge to see if I could make them work. I also wanted to … Continue reading
I have a large collection of 9 patch blocks created by mixing up the corner four squares with different centre squares … and of course the squares in the middle of each side of the nine patch blocks. The design … Continue reading
My night vision was to create 9 patch blocks which formed a secondary pattern when used side by side … and I started playing as soon as I woke up next morning. My next block sorting project will be to … Continue reading
From the same block collection as the post below, but 2 greens replacing the reds. Love the second design. I think it would work in just about any colour combination.
A new project using 9 patch blocks, with room for two different red fabrics, plus white. It took a couple of false starts before I was happy with the combination of fabrics, but like the choice in the first couple … Continue reading
The first design today features four examples of how sometimes putting four blocks together creates a whole new block. I didn’t know it would happen, and it only worked because the four blocks together are separated by background fabric. I … Continue reading
First design, red and white. Second design, red and white … or perhaps I should say, white and red! I think the quilting would show up better on the light background because the shadows of the quilted lines would be … Continue reading