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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: Drunkards Path
Spent some time looking through Patchwork Jigsaws late yesterday … and tried to pick one to share. Settled on his one because I like the border, which is just a recolouring of the blocks making up the rest of the … Continue reading
A basic Patchwork Jigsaw block, twist the corners around, and then move the colours around. Two simple shapes, but a lot of possibilities to explore.
It is always interesting to see what happens when you twist and turn the four corners of blocks. I might have to try playing with just the four patches in the corners of these two blocks instead of the 16 … Continue reading
There are limited possibilities with this Patchwork Jigsaw block … or is there? I have to admit that I find this block rather uninspiring, and found it was hard work to find some designs I liked. I think I will … Continue reading
Almost Drunkard’s Path, but not quite. The blocks have all the pieces arranged exactly the same way, the borders are the same, but I love the way the blocks change by playing with the colour placement.
Three designs today, with the second and third simply a recolour of the first. Love the second one above, and I don’t even like blues! Now I have started looking at the Patchwork Jigsaws I really should keep playing, and … Continue reading
When I got interested in the Drunkard’s Path design I was working with pencil and paper, and started numbering each arrangement of the blocks according to the direction the pieces faced. The number reference for the basic four patch used … Continue reading
Two fabrics, two shapes equal one block. Make the blocks small and use lots of them to make some very interesting designs. I use the easy no pins method to join the curves which is featured in Anita Murphy’s book, … Continue reading
24 x 24 blocks … it takes a long while to make sure all of them are facing the right way, so I am sharing all four designs now, and will then retire the project file. The block in question … Continue reading
I like it, though it is a bit bright to wake up to after a late night out!