thank you everyone! And D I love helping so I am glad it helps you to see how to use your program. I love mine so much and hate to see anyone struggle if I can help. LOL Every single time I go into one of my EQ programs to work on what I want to show in the lessons I get side tracked and end up spending more time playing than deciding on the lesson! LOL Those darn what ifs just call to me so strongly!!
I believe I have EQ5 does EQ6 or EQ7 have quilting designs? If they don't I think this would be a good addition to the software.
thanks for another great tut. no matter how much i think i know about my eq, i still learn more.... things i never noticed, or things i forgot i knew :)
Rhonda I just want to say a big thank you for all the time you have put into posting these lessons.
I have just received my EQ7 program today, haven't had time to install it yet. I have kept a copy of all your lessons as I know I am going to require some plain explanations as I am very much a newbie at this quilting business.
So thank you for you tutorials.
Thanks Rhonda! I hope to get caught up on the lessons over Xmas break. They are well worth keeping around.
Boy do I ever live under a rock, I thought Electric Quilting was that you made a quilt and put in wiring like a blanket. Oh well, at least I don't have to SEE everyones giggling face. -- J
In EQ7, when I click on the camera looking icon, it says "Work on Image" then you have to get a picture. I found the export under "File" "Export Image" and I could save it that way. Works for me!!!!
this is week 6...right?
Guess each of us with our different versions see something just a little different... my EQ5 doesn't look exactly like what is pictured now, but I hope I'm getting the "gist" of things, thanks for taking the time to share your knowledge of this program with all of us!