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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: Patchwork Jigsaw
In my library of Patchwork Jigsaws this blocks full number is 1234 1234 1234 1234 which is based on the direction the quarter circle faces in each quarter of the block. Here are two often used colorizations of the block. … Continue reading
Interesting … … but I love the second design
A bit dull. Not so dull, and I like it!
Another couple of Patchwork Jigsaws, also known as Drunkard’s Path. These are the block colourings I liked using this block … note that the numbers relate to the placement of the 4 pieces in the top left hand corner of … Continue reading
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
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
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.
The design above is the one which is most often called Drunkards Path. Look what happens if we add a second contrast fabric. It sort of looks like a couple of twisted ribbons criss-crossing each other. What if I twist … Continue reading
I like it, though it is a bit bright to wake up to after a late night out!