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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches
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I never know how technical I should risk getting in explanations because the internet is inherently a mixed ability group of unknown background.
Posted about 4 years ago.
Thanks for the details and the links in the description, it's great to see people sharing information like this. Good luck in the competition!
An educational quilt (or wall-chart) too! ;-)
<br>I was considering basing one on a different grid but simple squares are probably the easiest and most useful for sewing or chopping up.
This is a very neat patchwork! It would make a fun quilt!
The contest colours do seem to be "an acquired taste"! Avocado and aubergine, passion flower and kiwi fruit or grape and grape. ;-)
I love this ... not the colors, I've made myself clear in the discussion of same ... but I love the variety of shapes in the regularity of the square patches. That they are mathematically grown patterns lends a peacefulness and groundedness to the whole design. Kind of an "all's right with the world" feeling.
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