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Thread: Different Variation On Star and Squares Used

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    Different Variation On Star and Squares Used

    Star and squares used.

    Here you will see how I manipulated in EQ7 the same block I showed y'all this weekend to create different looks for a quilt.

    See how different the 3rd one looks like by my manipulated the blocks by turning and/or flipping them.

    Enjoy!
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    Amazing!! I love the second one best ! But that third one just keeps me coming back and studying it. Which one will you make ? or are you just playing.

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    The third one, with the blue background reminds me of the "fortune tellers" that I used to make when I was a kid!

    Let us know what you decide and please share when you're finished!
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    So awesome!!!!!

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    It's amazing what happens just by color change. I love #3. What a fun program you have there.
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    I am enjoying the different blocks you have posted. Lots of fun seeing how fabric colors change the quilt appearance.
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    I like the blue/teal in the 3rd one except maybe in 1 color so that you can see the stars.
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    I don't know anything about EQ7, but I love all that you are doing with it. Beautiful colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm View Post
    I don't know anything about EQ7, but I love all that you are doing with it. Beautiful colors
    I love designs you came up with! Please show us what you make!
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    I love the first one and the last one. As I get older I like the brighter colors. Could it be my eyes? I like them all.

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    Could you tell us what program you use, your designs and color are beautiful

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    Awesome, I need to take time and learn how to use my software to the fullest.

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    Amazing. I love them all!

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    All are pretty but I especially liked the bottom one with the blue and turquoise back of the stars. You have been busy with your EQ program.
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    Just beautiful, great job, thank you for sharing, I just love the 2nd one
    Have a blessed day
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    Cool!!

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    All are beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmabby View Post
    Could you tell us what program you use, your designs and color are beautiful
    I have stated it in the message when I posted. I am using EQ7 to create and design with. I do however also using MS Sniping tool to harvest line drawings, line geometrics, and more to upload to EQ7 to use later in designs I plan to create.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barny View Post
    I love the first one and the last one. As I get older I like the brighter colors. Could it be my eyes? I like them all.
    I like bright colors too. After I had my cataracts removed I had a real surprise when I looked at my "purple and cream" quilt. The cream color was really white!
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    What pretty combinations. I need to update my EQ program so I can have as much fun.
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