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    E q stitch

    Has anyone who has EQ 7 bought the new add on program EQ STITCH. If so how do you like it and do you find it easy to use.

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    I have not purchased it but am wondering also.

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    here's a link to a previous thread on this EQ Stitch 40% off
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    Have not bought it, but did check it out. Here is a link to forum FAQ about the software directly from EQ site.
    http://doyoueq.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=2032
    What EQ Stitch does is digitize what you create within EQ7. It cannot edit any embroidery you have purchased elsewhere and imported into EQ7. This is the one thing I wanted, so I will not be purchasing EQ Stitch. I want to have access to change the sizes of designs to fit where I need them to fit. My Babylock Ellegante does not allow me to transfer lettering from the machine to a program to resize for doing quilt labels. The PHC file for the lettering cannot be copied and converted. The designs can, but not the lettering. Had to purchase other fonts in order to make those labels. I was so excited to see this at first, but thankful I searched it out before diving in and grabbing it at the lower price.

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    Check with your nearest embroidery supply dealer. I believe Anita Goodesign CDs come with a Tajima resizing program included on each CD. Check with your nearst dealer for sure.

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    I haven't but I'm SUPER tempted. I have EQ7 and I just recently got a new embroidery machine that I've barely used yet, partially because I've been dismayed at how expensive software is. Their ad is funny, it perfectly describes me! It sounds like it does what I would want it to do. I need to decide before the sale ends!

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