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Thread: EQ6 advice please.

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    Super Member Pzazz's Avatar
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    DH and I were looking at EQ6 on Ebay. Here is a list of software add-ons I can choose from at no extra cost. Any suggestions as to what would be a good choice?

    $19.95 Margaret J Miller's AnglePlay Blocks (Add 309 blocks, 18 quilt layouts, and over 600 fabrics to EQ6)
    $21.95 Baltimore Album Classic Applique Blocks (Adds 160 patterns from 1846-1852 to EQ6)
    $21.95 Folk Art Classic Applique Blocks (Adds 200 patterns from 1850-1900 to EQ6)
    $21.95 1920's and 1930's Classic Applique Blocks (Adds 140 patterns from 1920-1950 to EQ6)
    $21.95 Kaleidoscope Collection: Sew-Fast Foundations for EQ5 or EQ6 (Adds over 500 blocks to EQ6)
    $21.95 Karen K. Stone Quilts Projects & Palettes (Adds 10 quilt projects and over 1,600 fabrics to EQ6)
    $24.95 Dear Hannah (Adds all 144 quilt blocks, 48 border triangles and 4 corners for the Dear Hannah Quilt to EQ6)
    $24.95 My Dream House: EQ Projects of Applique Patterns (Adds 15 dolls, 32 quilts, 127 blocks, and 282 motifs to EQ6)

    Thanks in advance for your input. :D

    Patti

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    Super Member Pzazz's Avatar
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    So far I am leaning towards Dear Hannah, Kaleidescope, or Karen Stone. But then there is the 1920's and 30's. I might have to toss the choices in a hat and draw one. :( Time for bed...tomorrow is plenty soon enough for decisions.

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    i'd go for dear hannah because its no longer being produced. all the others are still being produced by electric quilt and you can buy them at a later date if you want.

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    I would shy away from Karen Stones...you can get so many fabrics in EQ format from the manufacturer's websites and online stores websites JMHO :D:D:D

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    I would choose the Kaleidoscope or Hannah. It really depends on your preference on design and what you enjoy piecing together.
    Good Luck.

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    OMG this program just gets bigger and bigger!!!

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    The kaleidoscope would be my choice.

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    If Dear Hannah is no longer produced, I'd grab that one too.

    But it really depends on what type of quilting YOU like. :-)

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