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- Purple Haze 13, 14 June 10, 2023
- EQ 9x9s 87, 88 June 9, 2023
- Amazing Asters 1, 2 June 8, 2023
- TNT Logs + 106, 107, 108, 109, 110 June 7, 2023
- Log Heap 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 June 7, 2023
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Tag Archives: Pieced Quilt Design
Log Cabin 56, 57, 58, 59, 60
The Log Cabin project file was one of the early files I opened just for this blog. I am still amazed at the number of designs I found over 15 years ago, though I am not very impressed with the … Continue reading
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EQ 4s OP 27, 28
Love the windmill block! Second design is interesting, but I prefer the first one.
Posted in EQ 4s OP Tagged 4P Blocks, Four Patch Blocks, Pieced Blocks, Pieced Quilt Design Leave a comment
Big Ts 27, 28
What do you do with a heap of dark and dingy fabric scraps? Add some bright scraps! What do you do with almost equal amounts of dark and bright scraps? Cut into triangles join them together randomly, then play with … Continue reading
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Five Patch Fragments 23, 24
I don’t like piecing blocks, but I like the design for a pieced quilt. Another interesting pieced design.
Logs on the Road 56, 57, 58, 59, 60
There are just three blocks used in the designs in this project file. Traditional Log Cabin construction is used for all and one of the three is the traditional colouring. The other two use either all light or all dark … Continue reading
Christmas Logs 36, 37, 38, 39, 40
Interesting design! Every time I look at this project file I think of coaters for the table rather than quilts for the bed! More blocks now, and it looks more like a quilt. Another interesting design, and my favourite. The … Continue reading
EQ 9x9s at Christmas 15, 16
Patterns in a night sky with no moon. Love the second design and would love it with any combination of colours,, providing one was light, and the other dark.
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Brooksea at Christmas, 9, 10
Christmas is coming, so the decorations and lights are appearing in shops, homes, and blogs! Even this blog which features virtual quilts rather than real ones. My reason for sharing virtual quilts is that I designs way too many quilts, … Continue reading
Felicity’s Five Patches 7, 8
Felicity’s Five Patch is the block in the middle of each side of the design above. All the other blocks are variations of that block, created by altering the placement of fabrics. I think I like the first design best, … Continue reading
Stars on Tatiara Terrace 9, 10
Very neat regimental formation! A very interesting mix of 6 different blocks, all based on the same grid. I like both designs for different reasons.
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