Design Wall Monday – maths in quilting

11 Mar

My brain has felt a bit like it’s going to burst trying to nut out the geometry of concentric circles cut into pie shapes, work out the quarter inch seams and colour combinations and I have found myself more confined and less free than I felt in most of the other quilts I’ve made.  Perhaps I need a break or it is just that I need to get out more;)  So this is what My Design Wall looks like today…Image

Like my head a bit of a muddle.  Nothing pulling together yet.  Hopefully the the light bulb will go on soon and I will find some inspiration on how to put it all together.

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Linking with Judy @ Patchwork Times – Design Wall Monday

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Thanks for visiting,

Dianna

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3 Responses to “Design Wall Monday – maths in quilting”

  1. snarkyquilter March 11, 2013 at 8:05 pm #

    You so have my sympathy with all that math. The only method that even kinda works for me is to use graph paper to make templates. And even then I sometimes forget to build in the seam allowance.

  2. Julianne March 12, 2013 at 1:39 am #

    Math is not my strong suite..I kind of go by the seat of my pants…

  3. knitnkwilt March 12, 2013 at 3:12 am #

    I’ll sure be interested to see how this ends up. I usually just keep shuffling blocks around and suddenly like one of the arrangements.

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