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Thread: Quilt Designed Using EQ7....with 4 blocks this time

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    Quilt Designed Using EQ7....with 4 blocks this time

    This afternoon I spent about an hour designing a new quilt with EQ7 using 4 blocks this time.

    I used 2 different Road To California Variation blocks, the Double Irish Chain, and a 5-Grid Chain and below is what I got out of it.

    I showed it tonight to some ladies from one of the guilds I belong to and they were so impressed that they suggested I may want to Design Quilts and sell the patterns to some of them to quilt since they prefer quilting than designing and no way would they have the time to sit there and figure out how to place traditional blocks and come up with what I showed them. I told them I'd think about it.

    Anyway for your enjoyment see attached here. I have three different ones and working to see how many different quilts I can decide using these same blocks. OH WELL trying to upload the 3rd one but it won't go through so will try and upload that one later.
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    Trying to upload 3rd one...

    Now it did. Go figure.
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    Those are super! I really love the "Road to CA" block, don't you? So versatile!
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    Very nice. I'm still going thru the tutorials.
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    Those are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    So nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Love them!
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