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- Super 7s OP 14 November 30, 2015
- Bush Garlands 4 and 5 November 29, 2015
- Fig Jam 9 and 10 November 28, 2015
- Textile Inspirations 10 November 27, 2015
- Lovin’ Spoonful 19 November 26, 2015
- Log Heap 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 November 25, 2015
- EQ Album Revisited 2 November 24, 2015
- Annie Clover Quilted 1 November 23, 2015
- Pieced Patched and Pretty Too 2 and 3 November 22, 2015
- Q and A Fine Iron Lace 4 and 5 November 21, 2015
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 un-seen designs to others, and occasionally share designs by making some EQ6 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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- Shady Pine November 30, 2015
- Tree Hangup November 28, 2015
- Christmas Characters in the Kitchen November 28, 2015
- The tears flowed – 1776, Heartache, Heritage and Happiness. | I am Pam Holland October 28, 2015
- The man who kept a quilt for 70 years – BBC News October 18, 2015
Tag Archives: Quilter’s Retreat
Some of those Log Cabin blocks can be decorated with a little bit of applique. Turns a nice quilt design into a stunning quilt design. Even little changes make a difference to the overall design. Even just adding the corners the … Continue reading
Love the first one! Second one OK. Love the third. Like the fourth a lot. Like the last … love this series.
Love the first one! The rest are all OK too. The edging is interesting … in the one above, and in the one below. The centre above a bit blocky, but interesting. The pointy border works both ways! I am … Continue reading
If you only want to make 25 Log Cabin variation blocks, and you want a king size quilt, you make big blocks, but if you want a baby quilt, you make small blocks. Cut strips 1.5 inches wide, the blocks … Continue reading
A break from virtual quilting to concentrate on Log Cabin designs. Love the first one. Love the curves achieved by using Thick and Thin Log Cabin blocks. A few less curves, but still an interesting design. The one above is … Continue reading
What if I use several different colours in Log Cabin Quilts? (And what if I do this during the Christmas season and forget about it until mid year?) Colour combinations which would be less seasonal would be red, white and … Continue reading
This series is showing what a Log Cabin quilt might look like on the back. The Log Cabin blocks have been quilted in or near the ditch on the dark side, maybe almost all over, but sometimes a motif is used, … Continue reading
Interesting. Also interesting. I rather like those little waves in the outer row of blocks. Very, very interesting. Very interesting for a quilter! Another interesting one … but my favourite for the day is the middle one. Now, … Continue reading
Most of my Log Cabin quilt designs use blocks with four rounds of logs around the centre square. This series has just three logs. Even with just three rounds of logs I tried a Thick and Thin version of Courthouse … Continue reading