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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: String of Beads Border
This project file started when I wanted to find ways to turn corners of beaded corners … it continues to grow several years later. A single straight line of beads can turn a corner without any embellishment, but it is … Continue reading
This project file was started so I could play with beaded applique borders, in particular, getting around corners. String of beads, no matter how I tangle them up, are my favourite traditional style applique quilts to play with virtually, as … Continue reading
I love playing with virtual beads … and love the results. Love the simplicity of the straight lines of beads, and also the double swag border.
Interesting. I love that the rather scrappy look in these designs uses just one multi coloured fabric, and when I save the blocks in My Library they appear as black. I have a picture in my head of the colouring … Continue reading
Love playing with Strings of Beads, and in this design I was testing out ways to turn corners. In my mind’s eye I can see several more ways to turn corners with two strings, including getting them tangled up a … Continue reading
I love this design. I am going to have to start cutting beads again, or what if it was just quilted? When I started quilting one of the first books I found was by Jinny Beyer on the subject of … Continue reading