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Thread: Using "Workbox Block" in EQ7 I Designed This..........

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    Using "Workbox Block" in EQ7 I Designed This..........

    I'm calling it Chandlier Quilt......... I am going to start making this one this week.

    Again I manipulated this block to get this design.
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    Interesting, now what could I put in the yellow pieces mmmmmmmm
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    Wow! Is it paper pieced? I can't imagine sewing pieces together and getting them accurate enough to matched up so perfectly! What size is the block? I really like it~

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandybuttons View Post
    Interesting, now what could I put in the yellow pieces mmmmmmmm
    I think the center could be to show case a great fabric or even photos and then you have the little have triangles on each side to frame it. It's very pretty.
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    Each time I see another of your EQ designs, reminds me I really must get back to learning to use mine! Thanks for the reminder!

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    Really nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie in WA View Post
    Wow! Is it paper pieced? I can't imagine sewing pieces together and getting them accurate enough to matched up so perfectly! What size is the block? I really like it~
    It can be foundation pieced, rotary cutting, or using templates and you can make it into any size you want.

    This is a DESIGN I created and have not yet sewed/quilted together yet.

    With EQ7 you can create it using any of the above mentioned methods and sizes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandybuttons View Post
    Interesting, now what could I put in the yellow pieces mmmmmmmm
    Fancy stitching of some kind or some embroidery design. I thought the same thing after I designed it. Or maybe some type of beading to go with it.
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    You are really good with the EQ. I am envious of your mastering all the capabilites!

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