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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.
The quilts featured on this site have never been made. No stash has been harmed in the process.
This site is a chance to show the un-used and unseen designs to others, and occasionally share designs by making some EQ8 project files available by email on request.
Please note that my only association with the Electric Quilt Company is as a very satisfied customer.
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Tag Archives: 9P Blocks
The fabrics in this project file are hand dyed by Vicki Welsh, in particular, her Colorwheel collection. I love the colours in this collection, and I can’t pick a favourite in these two designs.
Interesting! Love the second. Love the third, but I would look for a black fabric with more subdued print … or none at all.
I keep finding little clumps of projects which have been shoved in a corner and forgotten. This project file is one of half a dozen found under a virtual stash of block drawing projects. All the blocks are basically pieced … Continue reading
Simple blocks, three fabrics, but I love it!
I keep finding project files which I haven’t opened for up to two full years … this is one. I had to look at this design for some time before I worked out that I really had used all Nine … Continue reading
Simple blocks, showing just s little bit of the potential to make interesting quilts.
Love it. I cannot believe I haven’t opened this file since EQ8 arrived in my computer!
Love it, though the fine points would be a little more difficult in a real quilt than in a virtual design. This is a continuation of my night vision which I introduced yesterday, which has grown into some sort of … Continue reading
I like it, and love the borders created by some very basic 9 patch blocks. The rather cryptic title means that I took ten basic blocks, modified them a bit, and added not quite solid colours.
The colours of Christmas … red, white and green. Love the colours, love the designs.