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Thread: An EQ6 design and the fabrics that made the cut.

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    sandpat--I'm working on that NOW!!!! How funny is that??? I was working on that Circle of Stars idea and was playing in EQ6--going through lesson 4 to learn more about Custom designs (after working for hours BEFORE reading the lesson :roll: ) I discovered the quilting motifs just 15 minutes ago! Great minds, eh?? Although, I'm not sure you'd want your mind to be where mine is. :lol:

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    :lol: :lol: Yup...great minds and all that...I was headed that was (to EQ) to work on something I thought of for my Feb. doll quilt. Hope it works out easily enough, we'll see!

    Good luck with your design, can't wait to see. :lol:

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    It's begun....
    I can already see I'll spend waaaay too much time turning squares to make a final decision. I've turned five already just sitting at the table eating pb+j on Saltines.... :roll:


    (I'm taking a tiny break from the horse heads to get this started.)

    They will be 5" finished.
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    Wow...its amazing how much the EQ design looks like the real thing. I can see you sitting there turning and turning those blocks though.... :lol: I'm liking how it is coming together!

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    Thanks, sandpat. I read the booklet on how to best make the squares, but I do them almost the opposite from the directions. :roll: After making them all for "Kayak on the Lake" it's a habit that won't change. I like how they come out better my way. :lol: My quilter said the centers weren't hard to quilt over at all. Thank goodness, because I'll have to quilt this one. Ugh.

    I'm trying to make the squares for two at the same time. Otherwise there's a great chance I may get distracted by another project before ever finishing the second one. :wink:

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    Good thought...I have about 4 projects going on at once right now. I work on different ones depending on which room I'm in.. :roll:

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    It is going to be beautiful.

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    Awesome. Can't wait to see this one finished.

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    That is so pretty! I love your color choices. Post more pictures of it.

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    Hi K - this is coming along great! I only discovered the quilting designs in EQ myself yesterday! LOL

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    k3n--isn't it fun! It's my favorite place on EQ.
    I have more pieces at the machine ready to go.

    I took the time this weekend to work on the horse one. Man, I've had to change the thread color six times! These are not two projects I should be jumping between. :lol:

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    so nice. great colors

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    Yeah Karla...but both are soo much fun!

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    Oh yes! I can play with EQ for hours! Not sure my quilting skills are up to producing most of those designs though! Still, it's fun to see how a quilt COULD look! LOL Plus I'm playing with doodling some of the simpler ones to adapt for FMQ...

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