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Thread: Quilt Software

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    Super Member sidmona's Avatar
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    I'm thinking of buying a quilt software package - any recommendations?

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    I have EQ6... it's marvelous! Worth every penny.

    Quilt software makes life so easy, especially if you're not good at visualising stuff.

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    i have eq5 and i'm very happy with it. i'll eventually upgrade to eq6 but its not in the budget right now.

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    Super Member sidmona's Avatar
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    do you use it just for paper piecing or planning all your quilts?

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    I have EQ6 also and have been getting it since it first came out. I love it and use if for paper piecing a planning a quilt. I also have block base that works with it. It is so Nice, I can actually scan material and plan my quilt with the material I am using.

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    i use it to plan my quilts and then if its not a strip quilt i'll print out templates or paper piece patterns.

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    I just got EQ6 and I love it. It was worth every penny. Before that I had Quilting Wizard. I liked that one too but EQ6 has so many more options.

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    I'm happy with my EQ5 too!

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    I've even started planning halfway through! lol

    When I got all my blue and white star blocks I took a photo of each block and imported it into eq6. I could then play with various settings, borders, etc, all at the touch of a button. It was marvelous!

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    i saw that post and that blue and white looks great. i like that you put it on point with the sashes - its going to look great.

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