How would you redraft this antique quilt?
Often the hardest part in figuring out how to draft a particular quilt is identifying the layout along with the blocks. This is something that is often not intuitive for most quilters. But it is something that can be learned. And once you have trained your brain, applying what you learned to drafting the blocks in Electric Quilt is a breeze.
Here are the questions I like to start with when redrafting any quilt. Take this short quiz and see how your answers compare to mine.
Just because your answers were different then mine, doesn't mean your answers were wrong. There are often more than one way to recreate a quilt.
Would you like to try to draft this quilt for yourself? Here are the blocks I identified.
Challenge yourself to draft the blocks this week. This is a good refresher for those that have taken the Introduction to EasyDraw class in Tech Know Quilters. Tech Know Quilters in a training program/membership for those desiring to master Electric Quilt 8. (Hint for those drafting the four blocks -- Go back to Introduction to EasyDraw Lesson 7 on Solving the Snaps Horizontal and Vertical Mystery.)
Would you like to share your blocks. I've set up a post in the Learning EQ Facebook group.
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