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Thread: Electric Quilt 7 - Building a Basic Quilt Tutorial

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    Senior Member Halfsquare's Avatar
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    I hope to get EQ7 next month. Got an accuquilt GO last month to make fast quilts for Project Linus and have made an apple core quilt in a week. For a certain type of project the Accuquilt GO has been a pleasant surprise to me. Never thought I would use one, but for all the scraps and smaller pieces it is wonderful!
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    Lessosn very clear. Have you done any more?

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    Nice tutorial Rachel......I'm ashamed to say this but........I've had my EQ7 for almost a year and havent even attempted to load it on my laptop.......and now I have a block that I'm just aching to enlarge........you've inspired me to try it.......I hope it works!

    Do you plan on hosting anymore tutes on EQ7?

    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by athenagwis View Post
    I was playing around in my early Mother's Day gift, Electric Quilt 7, and figured I'd do a quick tutorial as well for anyone that might have just gotten the software like me. The attached pic is the quilt I built based on my Scrappy Irish Chain quilt. The PDF shows you how to build this yourself in EQ7 by building your own blocks (not using the block sketchbook).

    I hope this is useful to someone! I plan to do more tutorials as well, so if you have the software and want to see something specific, let me know!

    Cheers!
    Rachel
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    Here is the user defined section on EQ lessons. and Rachel if you do do more please add them to the Electric Quilt section or let me know and I will add them in. It's great to have more tutorials!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tags/Electric%20Quilt.html

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    i need help wuth the EQ 6 any help is welcome
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    does anyone know how to set up a grandmothers flower garden quilt in eq

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