Thursday, September 9, 2010

learning how to draft a quilt pattern


The next lesson in Harriet's book was drafting with graph paper and colored pencils. I really needed that because I have no problem seeing the finished quilt but deciding what the block actually is can be tricky. I stopped for graph paper on the way home, got out what colored pencils my son had left (what happens with them all) and got busy. The baby and I colored together until I had to take the sharpener away from her, then it was time to stop. It might take me a day or two to get through this lesson!

1 comment:

orchidlover said...

That's why I love EQ. It's so quick to design with and it's easy to change the ideas aswell

Love and hugs Gina xxx