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Thread: My new EQ6

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    Super Member Oklahoma Suzie's Avatar
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    I finally broke down and bought EQ6. Look what I made.

    my first EQ6
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    Congrats! Don't you just love EQ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2
    Congrats! Don't you just love EQ!
    I had 5 and just upgraded to 6. I love it.

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    That's a great Halloween quilt.
    I've had EQ6 for a couple years and rarely try it anymore. I just don't have time to really learn it.
    But you've made me want to try it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric-holic
    That's a great Halloween quilt.
    I've had EQ6 for a couple years and rarely try it anymore. I just don't have time to really learn it.
    But you've made me want to try it again.
    my sister is so good at it. She helped me with getting the blocks in the library, and the colors in there, once they are in there, I can play.

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    Great Job - I love my EQ6 it has really let me be creative and try new things.

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    Good Job :thumbup: I can' wait to see more of your creations :D:D:D I spend more time in EQ than quilting :oops: :lol::lol::lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Good Job :thumbup: I can' wait to see more of your creations :D:D:D I spend more time in EQ than quilting :oops: :lol::lol::lol:
    I think that's going to happen to me too.

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    Love it and it is on my someday list to buy, EQ6 but I am nervous because it only lets you install three times

    Did you see where EQ 7 is being released in June ? I wonder what if any changes will be in it ?

    :oops: Great job :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    Love it and it is on my someday list to buy, EQ6 but I am nervous because it only lets you install three times

    Did you see where EQ 7 is being released in June ? I wonder what if any changes will be in it ?

    :oops: Great job :thumbup:
    no, did not see that about EQ7. But on EQ6 it lets you install it 4 times.

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    If you use up the 4 installations you can buy another from EQ. I don't think its fair but that's how it works.

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    Love it!

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    Congrats!!! Very nice

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    Excellent.

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    Great Job - EQ6 is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric-holic
    If you use up the 4 installations you can buy another from EQ. I don't think its fair but that's how it works.
    I agree, I don't think it's fair either.

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    What a fun quilt. Looks like you are having fun.

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    EQ 7 has changed the way installations work. If I read it correctly, you can switch back and forth between several computers with just a couple clicks. I just got EQ 6 for Christmas, but I am seriously considering updating. It also allows you to create using photos, a Kaleidoscope application. Check it out here:

    http://www.electricquilt.com/Shop/EQ7/EQ7.asp

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    what is "EQ " ?

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    Hi Texmexgal, it's short for Electric Quilt a quilting computer program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEXMEXGAL
    what is "EQ " ?
    EQ is electric quilt, you can make quilts using your computer.

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    so you can scan your fabric into the EQ6 program???

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    Yes, it is explained in the very thick manual :-)

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    I just preordered the upgrade to EQ7 while they have such a good price on it. I feel a little guilty since I haven't gotten proficient with the one I have yet, but the new features look so great and the discount was so good that I couldn't resist it.

    Maybe this summer after school is out I can get better at using it. Does this qualify as a UFO or maybe a WIP? LOL :oops: :oops:

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    If you didn't have the 4 or the 5, can you still jump in with the 6 or do you need the others before it?

    enquering minds need to know, because I'm to stupid to try to figure it out on my own..

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