After playing with shamrocks in Art and Stitch last week, I knew that I also wanted to try drafting them using Electric Quilt.
This is a fun Electric Quilt tutorial on Drafting a Shamrock and then using Wreathmaker to create the applique block.
Here is my block.
Here is the video.
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3/5/2016 10:15:02 am
Love some of these shamrocks. Thanks for sharing. See you at the Minnesota show.
3/11/2016 09:17:42 am
3/13/2016 07:26:07 am
Just love this video and now have spend almost all of last week making the shamrocks. The wreathmaker is so much fun. I was wondering if anyone can tell me how to do get the 1st wreath to print or color. The heart shape prints, but the shamrock although there on the block, will not print or color. When I take it into the color layer it just looks like a pencil drawing on top of color. The heart wreath, however; will color each heart individually. Please help or direct me to someone or thing that can help. Thank you in advance!
3/13/2016 03:14:06 pm
Based on what you described, it appears the shamrock shapes may not be closed shapes. If you hover over one of the nodes it should tell you the position of the node and where the shape is open or closed. Find the beginning node and move it match the ending node. It also helps if you have "auto join when drawing" on.
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