Falling Leaves Quilt
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Transparency quilts are those special quilts where the quilter places blocks of color within the quilt, creating an illusion of overlaying colors.
These are often the quilts that stop us in our tracks and leave us mesmerized and wanting to continue to look at them.
But when it comes to creating our own, I have found many people feel a little overwhelmed and unsure how to work out the overlay along with the right color combinations.
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Falling Leaves Quilt
This is a continuation on using Accuquilt dies in a quilt. If you missed the first part of this series, see how to create individual perfectly sized motifs that match those that are created with the Accuquilt dies here.
In the tutorial today, see an option for setting the leaves from these dies in a quilt.
Here is the quilt from the video. Do you have some fun fall fabrics to make this quilt?
Here are a few quilts designed by EQ users and shared on social media this week.
Tech Know Quilters Showcase
Tech Know Quilter members shared some of their favorite projects (along with their own designs) from their July class. You can learn more and sign up for the wait list to join this amazing group of designers here.
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