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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: Pieced Sashing
I love this design concept. No boring sashing pieces in them! This month’s Virtual Challenge will be posted net weekend as we ae away from home and the internet connection is only sometimes OK.
It is going to be hard selecting a design for my Super Sashing project … straight set, or on point?
On my list of future projects is a quilt using sashing as the feature, instead of just the framing around feature blocks.
Something different … the sashing is the three skinny strips with a wide strip on each side of them, and the sashing square is the small pieced block. Lots of room for quilting. But what sort of quilting? My first … Continue reading
I like it! I like it, but it needs some quilting!
I like this design with some wide open spaces for quilting to add a special touch … but not too much to overpower the rest of the design. Apart from too much quilting tending to detract from the rest of … Continue reading
I love it. We all spend time trying to work out what colour goes with what … this colour scheme solves that problem! Still need contrast, but with just a dark and light, even that is easy.
Love the one above. Until I started playing with sashing in Electric Quilt I thought sashing was just rather plain strips separating blocks. How wrong was I! Even pretty simple strips can be a large part of the design of … Continue reading
Trying something different … joining blocks separated by a solid block, but with a contrast line added to the centre of the plain block. An idea which would work better with different pieced and applique blocks, but interesting! In this … Continue reading
When I started this project series I wanted to make the sashing the dominant part of the design, but there are a lot of blank spaces in this one which could feature some spectacular quilting.