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Thread: Who has Electric Quilt Software? If so what #??Let's Chit Chat!

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    Who has Electric Quilt Software? If so what #?

    It seems like everyone is talking about EQ (Electric Quilt Software) so I thougth we should have a thread to chit chat about it.

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    I am very computer literate but I found Electric Quilt a challenge. Too much to learn and I got way too impatient.

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    I have them all from the beginning. I just bought 7. I still have 5 and 6 on my computer. I want to uninstall them, but want to make sure all their fab, blk and photo libraies will transfer to EQ 7, without keeping EQ5 and 6 still on my computer.

    I have not installed EQ7 yet. I need to do it when I have time and I am getting company for a week, so won't get to it this week.

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    still waiting for my 7 upgrade, sale confirmation came Sunday.
    Have only made it through 2 lessons on 6. need motivation to complete all the lessons before I install 7

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    I started with 5, just installed 7 day before yesterday. I did all the lessons in the book with 5 when I got it and I plan to go through them again with 7. I LOVE it...I use it ALL the time...I couldn't go back to graph paper for anything. Love, love, love it! :D:

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    I have 7. I just purchased it last week and absolutely love it. Four of us in our town are going to get together and learn it together. I think I am the only one that didn't have an earlier version, but after watching a few videos and looking at a couple of their pdf instructions, I have been able to create blocks and import fabric, so I think I'm doing pretty good for just having it a week. Of course, I love to learn things like this, so I am having a great time.

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    I have EQ5. I have a hard time with it, but I use it to measure for fabric requirements and to get ideas for quilts

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    I have 6 and 7 and love these programs. Since I've done a lot with photo shop and similar programs I didn't find EQ so difficult. Also, I started with Quilt Wizard which gave me a simple look at the basics. You might want to start there as the program is only about $30. I got my QW at Joanne's so you could probably get it for less with a coupon.

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    I love mine, but I need to know how to place a panel into the quilt!

    Hugs

    Caroline

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    I have number 5. I play with it a lot, but without the book. I just fiddle around. It helps me see what a quilt will look like before I even start cutting.

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