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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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This site is a chance to show the un-used and un-seen designs to others, and occasionally share designs by making some EQ6 project files available by email on request.
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Tag Archives: Applique Border
Sometimes I am rather impressed with a design … and this is one of those times. I love how the quilting design echos and links to the matching applique blocks. Advertisements
I love it!
I like it as is, but if I made the real quilt I would add some boring background quilting using green thread to match the background … on the diagonal in the main part of the design, and straight lines … Continue reading
This project file was started when I was drawing a heap of accumulated sketches on assorted scraps of paper into my first edition of Electric Quilt, which was EQ5. I was already addicted, and I am still enjoying Electric Quilt … Continue reading
I wonder if I would ever have the patience to make a quilt in just two fabrics! I love the idea, but I suspect it would become a long term UFO.
What you can do with a roll of fabric in some not very inspiring colour … just some white applique and some heavy thread white quilting.
Simple layout, but I like it.
Love the effect of scrappy fabrics … achieved by using just one multi coloured fabric. Love seeing a complex design using just one shape too.
Just two blocks on point and alternated. Not often I do that! Well, I didn’t. It is just one block, and a straight setting. Looks different with just four patches recoloured.