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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: Applique Blocks Quilting Motif
Love this series of designs, and these two are good examples of the standard. I am not even going to try to pick a favourite today, but you are welcome to make a pick!
A bright version of Lovin’ Spoonful, a contrast to the original colours. Love the second design, and would like it in most colourways I can think of. Love the third, but I think my favourite of these three is the … Continue reading
I love it. However, regular light coloured quilting thread would get lost in the dark shadows of a dark fabric … I would use a crochet cotton, and maybe try longer stitches on top, separated by short stitches on the … Continue reading
Love the muted contrasts. This one is nice, but I much prefer the first one.
In this project file there is just one quilt design, but the applique pattern is used as a quilting motif as well as applique … or all applique, or all quilted. The design above is a whole cloth design, but … Continue reading
This project file is an experiment with non-conventional layouts, or perhaps testing boundaries within the border of a quilt. I am not wrapped with my contrast choice, but very interested in the layouts. Let me be honest, I am always … Continue reading
Love the first, and so does the cat. I was thinking of a small quilt when I designed the second one, but I think it would look great on a double, queen or king size bed with that large centre … Continue reading