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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 Border
I don’t like piecing blocks, but I like the design for a pieced quilt. Another interesting pieced design.
Love it! I particularly love using borders as a big part of the overall design, rather then just a frame to hold a design together. Love the second one too, even though the outer borders are not identical!
Stunning. Using white quilting thread is easy when making a real quilt, but saving quilting motifs in Electric Quilt was a challenge, until I saved two copies of the motif, one white thread looks blank, but is ready to use, … Continue reading
I love it., but I love anything in traditional Christmas colours. Perfect size for a queen size bed if the blocks were made 12 inches square. Love the second design too and the quilting would look great in white thread … Continue reading
I love the stars in the outer row of the fist design, and around the centre. Love all of the second design, though I would replace the stars with the ones I like from the frist design.
Very interesting! The second design is a bit dull compared to the first, but I like it.
Very interesting. Lots of movement in the second design.
I called this sashing a lot of names while trying to get it to connect nicely during design, most frequently it was “that Twisted Sashing”, though a few other words crept in from time to time! I like both variations … Continue reading
Pastel and pretty. Less contrast in the second, but I prefer the first design.