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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.
The quilts featured on this site have never been made. No stash has been harmed in the process.
This site is a chance to show the un-used and unseen designs to others, and occasionally share designs by making some EQ8 project files available by email on request.
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Tag Archives: Basic Pieced Blocks
I wonder why it takes so long for the end of the week to arrive, but the middle of the week seems to happen before Monday is over! At least we can take a few minutes out of Wednesday to … Continue reading
I have played with the Electric Quilt feature which allows us to use a pieced block as the a quilt layout a few times, and even designed a collection of pieced blocks to use specifically for this purpose. The pieced … Continue reading
I really liked the choice of colours I made when starting this series, and I still do.
Happy New Year, with lots of time to spend with families and friends … but only after you do some quilting. Real or virtual … whatever you want to do This is, I think, my favourite newish project file, with … Continue reading
Nothing like a favourite holiday … of just one day … to get us out of routine. Today is Wednesday, and it is nearly over and I have just remembered that I should have shared some Log Cabin designs for … Continue reading
Simple blocks, showing just s little bit of the potential to make interesting quilts.
Love it! Note that I would quilt the light patches with a light thread and simple straight lines as a contrast to the rest of the quilting in a contrast thread.
Small blocks like the Dear Jane quilt, but with block designs repeated. Endless possibilities!
Time to look at some very basic Log Cabin designs … just one block design, and one colouring, but still room to play with design. If you make 64 identical Log Cabin blocks to make a quilt using the Barnraising … Continue reading
You will have to imagine that all the multicoloured fabric is really scraps of multicoloured fabrics. It would be interesting way of presenting a mystery quilt, with participants making some simple Nine Patch blocks with light and dark fabrics.