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Thread: Rhonda's Electric Quilt Class - Week 21 - Custom Quilts

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    Rhonda's Electric Quilt Class - Week 21 - Custom Quilts

    Here is this week's EQ lesson on PDF file. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask. Rhonda
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda View Post
    Here is this week's EQ lesson on PDF file. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask. Rhonda
    I just wanted to say THANK YOU for your time in doing these lessons. I was having a hard time with EQ and now with these classes, I just might have a shot at mastering it!

    Louise
    I wish to grow into a better person than I am.

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    Rhonda, I too would like to express my thanks for the time and effort you give us each week. It is greatly appreciated. A big Aussie thank you.

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    If you have any problems just let me know. If I don't know I will research it or ask for a more experienced EQ user for their input and advice.

    I'm glad the lessons are helping.

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    Thank you for these lessons. Have to reload my EQ7. As soon as I get a new printer will start on the lessons. I want to make a baseball theme quilt for my middle grandson. He lives and eats the game, so will have to make one up with EQ.
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    Rhonda, I can't begin to tell you what these lessons have meant to me. Trying to understand the manual can be quite confusing to a newbie. Thank you so much!!

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    You're welcome. I am glad if they help.

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    Rhonda, you have been doing an outstanding job of explaining these lessons. I don't have a scanner hooked up yet and maybe after the garden is in, I can play around with these lessons in the evenings. Your lessons are so much easier to follow than the instruction manual, by all means. I need to create a graduation quilt ASAP and am sure with your instructions, I can accomplish it. Thank you so-o-o much.

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    I'm just getting into quilting and have just seen the tutorials you are doing. The first one I'm seeing is Lesson 21. Is there a way to see the first 20?

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    Rhonda, in the custom setting (I haven't yet checked) I presume it gives a large overestimate of fabrics needed then? And the actual cutting etc. of filler blocks would all need to be calculated manually in the EQ5, right? How about in EQ 6 and EQ 7?

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