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Thread: Electronic Design Board

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    Senior Member Momof3Es's Avatar
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    Does anyone know if there is a place online that has like an electronic design board? I would really like to see what my idea would look like before I go and buy the fabric and put it all together and then have it look really bad.
    Thanks

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    some fabric stores have design walls where you can put the fabrics together to see what they will look like. Is that what you are talking about? :D:D:D

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    That sounds like what you can do with the EQ program.

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    What I was thinking is I want to make a rail fence for my bbysitter for her bday. She loves purple and blue. I was thinking of putting 3 purple together and then 3 blue together and rotating them. I was hoping that I could find a site that would let me see what it would look like. I might have to put some white or something in there to off set the color a bit.?? :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom-6
    That sounds like what you can do with the EQ program.
    What's an EQ program? Sorry if this is a dumb question. I'm new. :roll:

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    Doesnt Connecting Threads have one on their website? I thought I saw it on the bottom on the page but I didnt click on the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by seamstome
    Doesnt Connecting Threads have one on their website? I thought I saw it on the bottom on the page but I didnt click on the link
    PERFECT!! Thanks

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    Try this one. I think you can choose a block, and then colour it in.

    http://www.quiltivate.com/

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    quiltivate is the one I wasd thinking of.

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    This was neat!

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