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Thread: EQ6 or Design Wizard?

  1. #11

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    Thanks for that Dawn...I will defin. have to check that out!!:))Skeat

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    too time consuming and too many steps to get there and then to remember how I did it the next time I am in need. If I were to design serious quilts for business, then I'd say to get the EQ6, read the book and drink something w/punch and proceed. It is an upgrade but not simple to work with. I like things to be speedy and what I call dummy proof...otherwise, I'd rather be quilting!
    I think this is how I think. :lol: There's only so much time in a day--24 short hours! And if something takes me away from my quilting time...well I'll get grumpy! Well--I'm rarely that, but I'll stop smiling? No, not that either.... but... I don't want that to happen either way.

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    Here's a link to the US copyright site with a lot of good info.

    http://www.copyright.gov/

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    Originally I got Design Wizard--thought Id buy it rather than spend a bunch of $$ on something I wasnt sure Id use alot. I played with for over year and debated whether I should get EQ5 and the EQ6 update or just spend the money buy EQ6...ended up getting EQ6.

    I put EQ6 on my laptop and have been playing with it off and on for about 3 months...and honestly, I like my Design Wizard better.

    Reasons?

    DW is less complicated to get around

    DW doesnt have as many choices (in all areas) but for me (Im not out to 'design' new patterns)it works. All I want is to get an idea of what my quilt will look it and get some idea about how much yardage I need. I LOVE that it translates patterns in PP (EQ6 does this as well)

    I suppose if I wanted to s[end the time figuring out EQ6 I would use and appreciate it more. And I am glad I have it on my laptop

    I think what it boils down to is WHAT you want it for...to design and create orginal patterns. "make quilts"......or what??

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