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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: Nine Patch Block
All the designs in this project file look very washed out, which is what you would expect of real quilts as old as these designs! The second one must have been bleached at some time. I think I was experimenting … Continue reading
Here are the after coffee results of yesterday’s play time … the first one for today has some corner details added to the second version from yesterday. In todays second version the corner detail and part of the side detail … Continue reading
Searching around for a couple of extra project files to find these last few virtual designs to share while I am away when I found a very old EQ5 file which had never been updated to EQ6 or EQ7 … … Continue reading
You don’t have to have special patterns for Christmas quilts … you can use any pattern and make it in Christmas colours. The bonus is that you can use the quilt all year round for a splash of colour. All … Continue reading
The more I play with red and white in virtual quilt designs, the more tempted I am to try making a real one. Like the simple clean lines in this one … and the free space for quilting.
How many ways can the basic nine squares of a Nine Patch block be coloured? Here are a few I have come up with, but I bet there are many more, especially when you add more fabrics. How do these … Continue reading
Five different 9P blocks + three fabrics = very nice virtual quilt!