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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 un-seen designs to others, and occasionally share designs by making some EQ6 project files available by email on request.
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Tag Archives: String of Beads
If I decide this is the next project to start I will need to spend some time playing with quilting designs for those blank borders. Note that there are three different ways of turning the corners … This project was … Continue reading
I like it. I have some scraps of fabric with fusible added, and today I think I will use my new toy to cut some of them into ‘beads’ … this possible design needs 940 of them, though I suspect … Continue reading
Another one I rather like! I did miss putting the half beads in the corners of some blocks … in a real quilt I add beads over the joins after the quilt top goes together, and when the quilt is … Continue reading
Love it. One background fabric, one feature fabric, one applique block, modified for some of the quilting. I think I would quilt the corner blocks with the unmodified block design, but use thread matching the background fabric for the centre … Continue reading
There are lots of ways to make a feature section in a string of real beads, and this project file is where I tried to find a few ways to get around corners in the quilter’s version of String of … Continue reading
Love it! Batik fabrics are perfect for the ‘beads’ in these designs … the changing colours are gentler than in most prints and add dimension to the beads. Hand dyes are also great.
Oh so pretty! I could live with that.
Still tangled after yesterday! Love them all, specially the big one.
Love it! Another find amongst the virtual vault containing project files … some too nice not to share!
Loverly! Sheesh! I was supposed to be scheduling this for the future.