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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.
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.
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Tag Archives: Thick and Thin Logs
All the designs in this project file use either the Thick and Thin Log Cabin block used above, or the one in the design below. There are now 270 designs in total in the project file. I haven’t always got … Continue reading
I am learning that weeks move more quickly when you retire. I have a large backlog of designs to share, and just as well … I have barely spent ten minutes just playing with design in Electric Quilt since shifting … Continue reading
Oops, I didn’t mean to leave that plain fabric in that border! That is better. I do like the first design better than this one though. Another oops … obviously there is plenty of that plain red fabric in my … Continue reading
Another week has raced by, helped along by daylight saving starting for the remainder spring, summer and into autumn. This has disrupted my life by an hour, but has played all sorts of tricks with my blogging routine, especially the … Continue reading
I love sharing Log Cabin quilt designs mid week, every week, but why are there so few days between the middle of the weeks? Or are the days only missing in my little corner of the world? Love the one … Continue reading
Log Cabin blocks are constructed with squares and rectangles … no curves … but with a bit of a twist to some of the variations of the basic design we can make spiderwebs. Or perhaps it is just tying shapes … Continue reading
Very interesting design. Interesting, but I like the first ones more than this one. More interest, specifically the straight zigzag lines which give a fleeting impression of blocks set straight … until you focus on the logs in the blocks. … Continue reading
Eight arms to hold you! I like the second version better … the arms are not so likely to get tangled! My favourite Log Cabin design, but with curves. A lighter version of Barn Raising with curves. I like the … Continue reading
It’s OK. Interesting. Not too sure about the circles in the corners, but live the rest of it, particularly the square. Will be playing with that idea! Still don’t like the circles in the corner. Any play I do in … Continue reading