Electric Quilt doodles

We’re hoping that several months of technological challenges at outlying branches of our empire are now at an end – to celebrate here are our Doodles for March!  The featured block has the charming name of Doris’s Delight –

It’s fairly easy to predict what a full quilt of just this block might look like – and it looks pretty good.

Vary the values of the block

and this is what the quilt might look like –

Still changing and tweaking the values of the block –

and the quilt –

More changes to the value placement –

and the quilt –

Variation 5 –

and the quilt –

Here’s the March doodle to colour  

See what other variations you can come up with – we feel we’ve just scratched the surface.  Happy stitching!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8 thoughts on “Electric Quilt doodles

  1. I love your EQ doodles! I am only just starting on EQ and working through the instructions so am amazed at what can be produced – are you thinking of doing any on-line classes? PLEASE!!!!!!!!

  2. I love the doodles.
    Have a quilt wizard …lesser version of EQ but still fun to use. Good to see different colour effects. Keep doodling

    • sorry Lynda, no assembly instructions, just the templates and rotary cutting measurements. For the Rolling Star I would join the diamonds first into pairs, then into 4s and then join the 2 sets of 4 together. The diamonds and squares then go into place using Yseam technique or stitch and pivot. Will have discussions with the Technical Department about expanding into instructions for future Doodle selections. Barbar

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