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Thread: quilt software which is the best and easiest

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    I have been looking at quilt programs but i want something simplified and usful for the money i have bought things before and didnt do homework and didnt use it either so I figured go to the ladies that would know I am thinking EQ7 not usre any thought on this would be appreciated

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    EQ7 hands down! It rocks!

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    I agree, I love EQ!

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    My quilt buddy just gave me her EQ6 to try b/4 buying one. Directions are very clear & easy to follow. I am hooked!

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    I like EQ7

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    I just have to be different! I use Quilt Pro. I started with version 4. Upgraded to 5 and now 6.

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    If you are looking for simple, EQ7 may not be the answer. They have another program that is very simple called Design Wizard.

    Deciding on what program is best for you, depends on what you want to use it for. I would suggest to make out a list of what you would like to be able to do with the program. Then call Electric Quilt Co and talk with the lovely ladies who answer the phone there. They are very nice and helpful, and can explain if the Quilt Design Wizard will fit your needs or not :D:D:D

    http://www.electricquilt.com/Help/ContactUs.asp

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    I second the suggestion to try Design Wizard. It's I expensive and will give you an idea if you want to move up to EQ. I recently bought the 2007 Quilters Newsletter from EQ. Lots of designs and a pared down version of EQ. You might want to check that out. It was on clearance so hopefully is still available.

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