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Originally Posted by Johanna Fritz
I love to design quilts in EQ7. I make free patterns for Quilts for Kids-Milwaukee Chapter. I enjoy taking a very simple block and changing up the setting to have many possibilities. With this one block I made 10 very different settings. I have 3 attached below, plus the rotary cutting guide and a block diagram.
This makes a 6 inch finished block, so that the HST can be made with charm squares, and the squares and rectangles can be cut from Jelly Roll strips that are 2.5" wide.
Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
as tartan suggested, your settings may need adjusting. go to settings/general settings and scroll way down. choose WYSIWYG and be sure to save your settings
Originally Posted by sewhappy30
Six of us here on the board...sewhappy30, jillnjo, dragonfly nana, judith1005, yayaquilts, and tam...moo are getting ready to start our round robin. We will post our centers here for everyone to see and then when we are done (should be around June 2013) we will post our finished quilts. This will be a great journey for all of us. We are all so excited!!
I will start with mine. I hope everyone likes it, I can't wait to see what this group does with it.
It is called the easy carpenters
Originally Posted by Boston1954
Someone in this group made a quilt with snowglobes and I thought it was fantastic. I do not know what size hers are but mine is 7 1/2 inches across. I have not even appliqued the base down yet, but had to stop and take a picture. I used a cake plate for the circle, and drew on graph paper the shape for the base. It is not perfect, but I am thrilled!
Originally Posted by lfstamper
Here's my two quilts for my niece's two children. She just had a baby girl and big brother is 5. The baby gets the minkee one and the boy gets the Lorax one. I did FMQ with my Bernina 830 on The Lorax quilt. Was good practice! I also made a birth announcement...pic isn't great but it turned out really cute. Enjoy.
Originally Posted by JaneAustenFan
Hi everyone. I'm a beginner to quilting and I've just completed two blocks for the 'Memories of Japan' oriental quilt but I'm not sure if they look ok? I've posted pics of some of the fabrics I will use, some of which have large prints. The big prints have to be fussy cut but I think the finished blocks don't quite look right, maybe it's just me because of the prints. Here's a pic of the pattern quilt so you know what the finished one looks like. The sashing I will use is the gold fabric in the
Originally Posted by loisf
I made this little quilt for the new grandson of my work colleague. The back is Minky. I'll make the label when the little guy is born, so I can add his name and date of birth. I'm quite pleased with the results.
Originally Posted by Mari Marike
I used this tutorial: http://www.kickassquiltsupplies.com/Share/taketwo.htm
The finished size is ~152x200 cm
Originally Posted by LyndaOH
Here's one of my latest quilts, which I made for my great niece. She's a real "pink girl", three years old and adorable. It's a very simple pattern, so I went ahead and made a mini version for her stuffed toy "Mousie" (no relation to Mousie here on the board!).
Originally Posted by quilter 1234
This was a fun project. It has a clothesline base with cover in the Laural Burch fabric. I have a wall hanging starting to go with it. quilter 1234
clothes line covered plate