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Thread: Rhonda's Electric Quilt Class - Week 8 - PatchDraw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Diana View Post
    Dearest Rhonda,
    You are a gem. Glad you are feeling better. DH got this Christmas Eve, gave him musinex and my backup Z Pack ( Zithromax) which takes about three to four days to kick in...it has worked and he was back to work the Friday after Christmas...still weak though. My Doctor says if you have a fever with this, the Z Pack will work on this illness. It is a virus that is mimmicking the flu....Doing a darn good job of that! He said it is airborne ( sneezing and coughing), and you can get it again. So please be careful with all of your sick little ones.

    I was wondering, did you do pdf's on the Introduction and week #2? Thank you, for all that you have done and are providing to us novices out here. It has been so enlightening to follow your instruction.
    Diana
    Everyone seems to be back up and running again. Especially the kids! LOL They were throwing up one morning and the next morning they were bouncing off the walls! LOL Just a 24 hr bug thank goodness. But it is nasty while you have it.

    Here is the link to the Electric Quilt section in Topics List. All the classes are there.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tags/electric+quilt.html

    I am going to post a thread soon with all the PDF links in one place.

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    Looking for the PDF for lesson #5. there was an error in lesson # 7 so I couldn't print or save the PDF. Any help would be greatfully appreciated.
    I am trying to find out how to print quilt and fabric requirements on same page. If anyone can help, please let me know or tell me where to find the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiskme View Post
    Looking for the PDF for lesson #5. there was an error in lesson # 7 so I couldn't print or save the PDF. Any help would be greatfully appreciated.
    I am trying to find out how to print quilt and fabric requirements on same page. If anyone can help, please let me know or tell me where to find the info

    Did you see this link with all of them? Hopefully that might help. All 23 EQ PDF Lessons by Rhonda

    ALSO.... Rhonda might not see this posting so you could send her a PM, she is very helpful.

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    Thanks thimblebug As for the answer - I would print off the fabric requirements on a page and then run the same page back through the printer and print the quilt on the same page. I doubt the software will do both on one page for you.

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    Hi Rhonda: So glad to hear all of your family are up and doing well!
    I jut want to thank you for all you are doing for all of us members here on the board. You've helped me a lot with EQ7 and I appreciate all you do....
    JoAnn

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    thank you JoAnn I appreciate your kind words. I love to help if I can.

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    Hi Rhonda: Hope all is still well with you and your family. You may have addressed this but I am trying to figure out how to make and print stipples and other FMQing patterns in EQ7. I know there is a way to do it but am at a loss. Do I need to buy the quilt software? Or download from the Net, FMQing patterns? I know you will know the answer! Thanks in advance...
    JoAnn

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    the quick answer is you can import any design or motif you want into your EQ7. then you use the right layer(I'd have to look up which one) and lay the motif as in stippling over each quilt block or section.

    So find on the internet or create your own design for fmq and import it. You can scan the image into your pc and import it from there if you create your own design.

    If you need more than just pointed in the right direction let me know and I'll do a bit more digging in the book.

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    Thanks! I'll give it a try...

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltjoey View Post
    Thanks! I'll give it a try...
    Once you get your quilt done on EQ7 with your fmq on there then you should be able to print it out the same as normal.

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