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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: Pieced Quilt
Very interesting design. Looks like a Christmas morning with wrapping paper decorating the lounge room floor.
I rather like the first design, though I think I would like it better on the floor than on a bed. Very interesting. What if I change the light fabrics to dark and vice versa, and change a few blocks. … Continue reading
Very interesting! The second design is a bit dull compared to the first, but I like it.
The colours are a bit washed out, but I like them. I like the mixture of pieced and applique blocks in the first design more then the pieced only collection of blocks in the second.
Though I have used just two fabrics, this would work well with dark and light fabric scraps if they are well sorted, and all the medium fabrics ae saved for another project. Using one multicoloured fabric is my way of … Continue reading
Pretty colours which are more often seen in floral designs. I like them both … no favourite today.
Interesting. Better contrast, and I like it.
Not so basic piecing, with sharp points, curved seams and set in corners … something I would do by hand, along with the applique. Second design is back to basics, but I prefer the first one.
The first design today features four examples of how sometimes putting four blocks together creates a whole new block. I didn’t know it would happen, and it only worked because the four blocks together are separated by background fabric. I … Continue reading