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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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Love it … and love that I used just one fabric to get the scrappy look. You can see a little bit more of it in the final border. I must do some maths to see how much of one … Continue reading
Same little shape as yesterday’s design. Double Wedding Ring was the design I worked out how to machine stitch those beads down … narrow zigzag with neutral thread works a treat for the lines of beads doing a gentle curved … Continue reading
I wonder how many designs could be created using just the one applique shape? I have a Brother Scan’N’Cut, and though I haven’t used it a great deal, I have managed to fit a few of those leaves into spaces … Continue reading
I tried to schedule a post for the usual time last night, but posted it then … obviously the effect of my morning coffee does not last until bedtime! Let’s see if I can get it right this morning … … Continue reading
Found another project file which has been hidden out of sight for most of it’s life. The file has outlasted two computers and at least three versions of Electric Quilt!
In this project file I am just experimenting with String of Beads border corners. So far there are over fifty quilts, with four or five borders, and though I have repeated some corners, there are still way over a hundred … Continue reading
Love the first, and I must remember to cut beads whenever I have scraps of fabric with iron on bonding added. Of course, I could also just add bonding to any large piece of fabric, especially if it is a … Continue reading
A great way to use up little scraps of red and green. If you don’t have quite enough green just leave out a few lines.
Love it! Love this one too!