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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: Australian Flora
I love it! The background colour is a bit dark in the second design. Needs to be washed out until it becomes pale grey perhaps.
The Sturt Desert Pea is an unusual flower, but makes for interesting formal arrangements which only vaguely resemble how the flower is seen in the wild. I like both of these designs, and am thinking about more ways to arrange … Continue reading
Wattle is the national flower of Australia, but it comes in many different varieties other than the Golden Wattle, though most of them have little balls of gold fluff. All of them are varieties of Acacias., species of which thrive … Continue reading
The first design should be called Wattles and Gum nuts, but I liked it too much to just leave it in an unused project file, just because it doesn’t fir the file title. The second one fits the title, and … Continue reading
Happy Australia Day! This is a long term project file in which I am trying to design a quilt in the style of the Baltimore quilts but with an Australian theme, but I keep adding borders so it is more … Continue reading
Not a new project file, but one I found in the deepest, darkest corners of Electric Quilt, with some previously shared. The flowers are all Australian native flowers, from small to giant plants … the smallest knee high, the largest … Continue reading
I have learned over the past few days that EQ8 is quite happy to open EQ5 project files which have not been opened since EQ6 found it’s way to my computer. This is from one of them, in the original … Continue reading