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Thread: Any EQ6 users here?

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    I'm not entirely sure this is the right place to post this message, but I was wondering if there are any EQ6 users here on the forum. If so, it would be interesting to get a round robin going, and post screenshots of the results here. :-)

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    I have EQ5 and love it.

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    a round robin of a design? pass the file around?

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    I have EQ6 but cannot really say I use it. One of these days I'm going to sit down and figure it out. I've lost one of my loads and have not even used the program yet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    a round robin of a design? pass the file around?
    That's exactly it. Everyone starts out with the same center block, and it gets passed around as many times as there are members so everyone has a chance to add on a border. :)

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    i can do that. :P

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    I have EQ5 and am just now learning how to use it. I would love to see what you all do with your EQ6 RR...it will be fun to watch you.

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    question is, where would the call for a RR be best placed in the forum? And are there enough people who would be interested to make this work?

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    How do you do a RR?

    Do you make the block, mail it to someone and then they add to it, and mail it to someone else? I never did understand this process.

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    I would love to do that! Count me in.

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    I got EQ 6 for Christmas last year and have maybe used it 5 times. I need to learn and want to learn. This would give me an excuse and I would have help. Great idea - count me in!

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    Okay, so that's three who are interested? I'll be watching this until Saturday, so the group doesn't get too large. It'll be my first attempt at hosting a RR, so keeping to the KISS principle is probably a good idea. :)

    Interested in RR
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    WesternWilson
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    Anybody else? :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paganquilter
    I'm not entirely sure this is the right place to post this message, but I was wondering if there are any EQ6 users here on the forum. If so, it would be interesting to get a round robin going, and post screenshots of the results here. :-)

    --Paganquilter


    I have EQ6 and trying to learn how to use it. This might be a good way to learn some new things. I am going to be up in Oregon until Sunday, closing up my mother's apartment, she passed Oct. 11th and I am trusteee of her Trust so kind of busy the next few weeks. Maybe I will get in the second RR if there is one.

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    I'm not an EQ6 user but I may be now that I have seen your quilt. It's beautiful and I find that pics don't usually do them justice.

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    I too have EQ6, but not very fluent in it yet. I'm not even sure how to extract files to post here of the tutorials I am doing. I would be fun though if I knew more about my software. I am hoping after Christmas to make myself sit down to it and learn to use it more! Perhaps when I am more knowledgable in it I will take on a round robin.

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    I just purchased EQ6. I have finished lesson 1 and will do lesson 2 this week.

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