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Old 05-16-2017, 05:03 AM
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If anyone has EQ7. Would you get back help me. Don isewman

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Old 05-16-2017, 04:15 PM
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What is your question please, Don?
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Old 05-17-2017, 04:44 AM
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Show or tell us what you need. There are more of us out here with some EQ experience than you know.
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Old 05-17-2017, 05:26 AM
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I need a picture of the 3 sq's. and the pyramid with the 2 sides of the pyramid. The 3 sq's have a rectangle sewed to each to the 4 patch.001.jpg
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Can you draw out your design in quickdraw? It is a lot like the drawing program in paint. I may be able to in a day or two if you don't know how to use the drawing program.
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Is this what your quilt looks like? What size blocks do you have now? I suspect they started out as 12" blocks.
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Hi Don
That block, as well as several variations are in the eq library. Here is how to find it.
Click on Library -> block-> EQ7 library - > classic pieced - > 9 Patch stars. You will
see your block under several different names. EQ's search feature can be a challenge to use,
but worth the time to explore. I love EQ for blocks like that because it is so easy to experiment
with placement and color.
hth - lefty in (about to sizzle) Philly
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Use the picture you have to use the import and trace feature. I love this feature. You can trace any block picture and it will covert to a dawn block.
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To draw a block you have to be on the block worktable. The graph appears and you can choose the sixe of the block and by selecting different grid points you can make the size of patches you need. Glad someone took the time to find the block.
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