I finally made my own quilting design

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Fleur de Lis quilting design

This is one of the things I’m not so good at: designing my own quilting designs. I just have a mental block or something. I don’t know why, because it really shouldn’t be that hard, should it? I’ve always edited a pre-existing quilting design if I couldn’t find one to exactly fit where it was needed (except for feather designs, which are soooo easy with the Infinite Feathers Quilting Design Template!). Today I really sat down with a blank piece of paper in front of me, and drew the design you see here, and it wasn’t even difficult. I was so excited, I decided to share it with you. Click on the quilt design to get to the full size version, and save it to your computer. Feel free to use it on your next quilt!

Maybe this is one of those things that you just have to “do.” Hopefully, this is not an anomaly, and I’ll be able to keep going and make more! I’ll be using this design on an Irish Chain Quilt (one of those UFO’s!), and that’s what it’s designed for (it fits perfectly on a Double Irish Chain quilt made with 7.5″ blocks). It is a continuous line design, as well. I’ll post a pic when I start quilting!

Nadine

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