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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: Cornerstones
While I was converting this project file to EQ8 I added some more designs for future reference. That is why I love Electric Quilt, and have done so since EQ5. The most important thing to learn about Electric Quilt is … Continue reading
Looks like a stack of crowns in each corner. Perhaps we could have this Log Cabin mid week retreat in a palace. Much more conventional layout, but not the usual blocks. Like this one! Love it! Worthy of being surrounded … Continue reading
May I present Virtual Quilt No 6,000! Well, No 6,000 if I have allowed enough for a few repeats, some not quite original, etc … Certainly an interesting design to mark the occasion, chosen simply because when I did the … Continue reading
The first design looks like it might have been made by a very creative spider! The second one is one way of using lots of purple scraps. Then that creative spider came back to spin another lovely web. At last, … Continue reading
Middle of the week again … not too sure what happened during the last week … perhaps somebody just scribbled it off the calendar. Love the design above! These designs would be OK as small quilts, or large quilts, depending … Continue reading
Impressive. Like this too. Both these designs could be made with Log Cabin blocks, but I like the addition of the cornerstones.