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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.
Please note that my only association with the Electric Quilt Company is as a very satisfied customer.
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Tag Archives: One Block Quilt
Love this one.
The easiest way to design the quilting of a quilt … just use the lines of the block design, even when you use a solid block of the background fabric instead of the pieced block.
I promised in this months challenge to share some 9 patch blocks this week … so I am breaking that promise today, and sharing some 4 patch blocks instead. Maybe I will still share some 9 patch next week. The … Continue reading
Same block, same modifications, but now on point. I am now looking for more blocks which can be modified … just so I can play with them to see what will happen.
Take a single block, leave out some pieces for a collection of blocks which coordinate perfectly in quilt designs. The block I started with in the one top left, then three modified versions, and a quilt using the just the … Continue reading
I like it! I particularly like the way the centre stars look to be in deep dark space. In a real quilt, that area would be quilted with a thread to match the background … in contrast to the contrast … Continue reading
I asked for some suggestions for names for the blocks with no names in my collection, particularly names starting with the least used letters of the alphabet. First suggestion was for Vera, and my first thought was that all the … Continue reading
Take one block, add and take away some lines, and use those same lines as both seam lines and quilting lines. This is a great way to create a quilt with coordinating blocks, and saves the headache of finding a … Continue reading