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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: Basic Pieced Blocks
Very interesting design. All the blocks are basic Nine Patch designs in a straight setting. This project file is a long way from running out … I added three more designs when I picked these for today’s offering. (Make that … Continue reading
Intricate blocks, but all straight seam piecing, and using the background fabric for some of the pieces to create the border. The first design is really a pieced medallion … a central block with three borders. I love the second … Continue reading
Interesting! Take some simple 9 Patch blocks, mix them up, add some narrow sashing, and it is interesting to see what happens. Love the second one … … and love the sentre of the last one too.
This project file features the traditional Log Cabin block in the usual dark and light colours, plus blocks with all dark or all light fabrics. The project file hasn’t been opened for years, and it is time to start dusting … Continue reading
This is just a recolouring of the Irish 9P project file … the old colours were pretty dull! Nothing like a bit of green to freshen things up. Love the second design! The blocks are simply Nine Patch, nine squares, … Continue reading
In this series I am trying to make it look like two blocks, created by choosing nine patch blocks with the corner squares solid, then adding a quarter of a four patch design to that corner square. The first design … Continue reading
Interesting! Amazing what can happen when you mix up Single Irish Chain, Double irish Chain and Triple Irish Chain blocks!
Two designs from one of my favourite project files today. Not too sure about the blue … partly because it is not my favourite colour … but I think it would look better with more blues amongst the border scraps.
This series was one of the early ones using original design blocks, and before I really got into modifying blocks … but there are a few modifications in the designs. The second one does have a modification … … the … Continue reading