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Thread: Using One Block, various fabrics on hand, different looks

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    Using One Block, various fabrics on hand, different looks

    Now let's see if this system is going to allow me to upload these this morning...only 5th try!
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    adding more photo's of this block

    Here are two more in white and reds. Have another that won't upload for some reason and the one I like the best. Will keep trying to upload it.
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    Last one...figured out why it would not upload

    Finally got them uploaded. :-)
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    My pick is #1. Beautiful fabric choices.
    The one who dies with the most fabric wins.

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    Really beautiful!!!!!

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    I pick number 3, the red binding really sets the quilt off.

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    You sure are good at EQ. I have EQ5 and 6 but have never used it. Peggy
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    I like the 3rd one too!! EQ is great isn't it?

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    Wow! that is really so nice to see them instead of just in one's head. thanks for all your efforts to get them posted.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    What a neat program you have. Which one will you make?
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    Makes me want to open my EQ7 and play
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    All are beautiful. But love to hae #1.

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    They look great! Which one are you going to make?

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    All are beautiful.
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    I like the first one best. Is so pretty.

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    I like all of them so it's hard to choose. I may make one of each just to have for show and tell at our guilds in the area and how you can manipulate EQ to use one block and create several entirely different quilts.

    IF YOU HAVE EQ, any version, I highly recommend that you take the classes offered in the program, view the video's and play with the program alot.

    I bought this program almost a year ago but felt intimated with it until I took the EQ7 Sampler class at Quilt University and than found the 22 lessons in the program itself as well as the video's.

    Now I fear I am fast becoming addicted to it.

    I'm getting anxious to learn more about the program so I can design my own blocks and upload them into the program.

    I'm also getting anxious to using the stencil feature, and creating alot of appliques by importing line drawings into the program and create one of a kind designs.

    I'm learning this is a powerful program that will allow you to do more than just use the libraries in the program by importing your own work into it to lay out your design and manipulate it to what you want it to be.
    clsurz

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    too many choices! how do you choose? All are good.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Thanks, as a newbie it really helps me to see options in the different views you share!!

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    I like #1 best. I hate to seem uninformed (or stupid) but what is EQ? :-s

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    Love your designs - isn't it amazing what the humble little 4P can turn in to?
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    I think I like the 5th one the best
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    This makes me feel like I'm playing where's Waldo looking for the differences in the photos - but that said, what a great tool for really messing around and trying things out, and seeing "what's gonna happen if?" I'm sure you're having a ball now that you've really starting using this program. And your sample in the reds and browns is really nice -I love those warm colors together. Can't wait to see what you make.
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    I would have to make them all!! LOL

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    They are all pretty, but I like # 1 best!

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    Yep, I think number 1 is the best!
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