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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 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: Nine Patch
Like it! Little bit of piecing … I prefer applique, but sometimes a pieced block or two is just what you need. Sometimes you need a whole pieced quilt, but I don’t like sitting at the sewing machine that much, … Continue reading
Colourful! Interesting border effect is designed using Nine Patch and Shoo Fly blocks. A lot of seam lines could be eliminated if you made this using fabric yardage, but as it is drawn it could be made with carefully sorted … Continue reading
Very interesting! All done with some very basic Nine Patch blocks tipped on point. I love it, and I usually avoid spinning designs like the plague!
This is a reminder that it is the time if year when the contents of our hall cupboard start stirring. before too long they will start escaping, and the house will start looking like a magic cave.
Designed in EQ5, now saved in EQ7 with no changes. Still like it!
I like playing with the ten blocks which appeared in the 2 block series which finished yesterday … but using more than two at a time. I think I would use white thread on the white background for the … Continue reading
Today I am sharing the last of a project file using 10 Nine Patch blocks … … alternated with each other, with two variations in colouring of two of the block designs. None of the last few designs are outstanding. However, … Continue reading
I Like it … a lot! Uses one of the blocks from the Red and White series.
I have opened the cupboard which hold the Christmas decorations at bay for 10 months of the year … several times … this last week, but so far have managed to get the door shut before any have escaped. Now with … Continue reading