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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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Tag Archives: String of Beads
Love it! Like the second one too, despite the booboo of the border.
One simple shape … one multi coloured fabric plus a border fabric. All those simple shapes could be cut from small scraps. Of all the shapes I have used to design quilts, this simple shape would have to be the … 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
Interesting. I like it, but would have to find just the right quilting to use in the centre. My first thought is Double Wedding String of Bead outlines … with something in the centre. That centre is what I was … Continue reading
Simply repeat blocks … not often I share a design with just one block, but I love the simplicity of this design. The second design for today is more like my usual offerings, but I prefer the first one.
Love the first design for today. The second one is interesting … and I rather like it!
I like it! Pretty and scrappy, or pretty scrappy. In the second one I know what I was trying to do by adding the contrast fan fabric, but I know I chose the wrong fabric.
I love the design, but it is far too busy to make using scraps. I like the second one, and it would be lovely with scraps.
In the design above I was playing with ways to get around corners with the beads, without getting them too tangled. I like the results. Two designs, and ten ways to get around corners … this is FUN! As you … Continue reading