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Tag Archives: Applique
Love it. The border design would be interesting as a quilting design!
Like yesterday’s design, this one has applique, piecing and quilting … and the pieced and applique designs in this series do double duty as quilting designs.
Delicate mix of piecing, applique and quilting.
I love that ribbon with bows effect!
Love it. I could leave out the faded blocks again and just use the pieced design as a quilting design.
I love it … and if I was lazy or short of time I would leave out the faded blocks and just quilt them.
It is the middle of the week, and we have some Log Cabin blocks, plus some applique. I think I should have added some more colour to the centre of this first one … it looks like there is a … Continue reading
Love it! Playing with quilting designs is as much fun as playing with little pieces of fabric to piece and applique a quilt top, both in my virtual world and the real one.
That would suit our bedroom … thoug either the blocks would have to be big, or it would just be tossed casually on a chair, if we had room for the chair!