Patchwork board games

August 5, 2006 at 8:36 pm | Posted in Craft - Inspirations, Craft - Websites | 2 Comments

Let’s continue the topic of patchworks.

I prefer interesting patchwork applications to quilts, wall-hangings and any other time-consuming projects. And I found something quite amazing today: the Ludo board game from Eva-Patch



Ludo is quite similar to Uckers, which I guess is the prototype of the aviation board game in China (飞行棋).

There are so many types of board games. Some could spell funny projects. I used to make a quilted “meow” Othello/Reversi game set. Maybe it’s time to try some other games. ^^

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