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Thread: EQ6

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    Moderator littlehud's Avatar
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    I have had a wonderful time working with my EQ6. Was able to import the fabric for DD Coffee Lovers quilt and do a little free form planning with it. This may not be the final plan for this quilt but I had fun doing it. Let me know what you think. The picture isn't the greatest. The fabric on the outside has coffee beans on it and the fabric in the center had coffee cups.
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    Its looking good to me! I'm impressed that you imported fabric and then got the image to a jpeg and could post it! I still struggle with that :oops:

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    Thanks for the impute. Do you think the fabrics are too dark. Should I do something to lighten it up. Let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud
    Thanks for the impute. Do you think the fabrics are too dark. Should I do something to lighten it up. Let me know.
    I think the quilt is very pretty, but since you asked opinions, I think something a little lighter in it would brighten it up.

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    The camera icon is the key to saving images as jpeg. So quick and easy!

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    I really like it as it, however, since you asked....I would replace the narrow brown border with the yellow in the center to give it a little more..umph.....just MHO :D


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    Go to the forum Crispy posted for you its great, I just upgraded to EQ6 from EQ5, I do find the more you try to use it the better it becomes. On that forum you may ask any questions about the EQ6 and they always seem to answer in a day or so.
    Dawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    I really like it as it, however, since you asked....I would replace the narrow brown border with the yellow in the center to give it a little more..umph.....just MHO :D
    Thanks. I'm going to try that. I want it a little less dark.

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    Well, it is sooo easy to check out another look when you can just click on it :lol: :lol:

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