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
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.
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.
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
I would choose the Kaleidoscope or Hannah. It really depends on your preference on design and what you enjoy piecing together.
OMG this program just gets bigger and bigger!!!
The kaleidoscope would be my choice.
If Dear Hannah is no longer produced, I'd grab that one too.
But it really depends on what type of quilting YOU like. :-)