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Thread: PDF files for All the EQ Classes by Rhonda

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingKrazy View Post
    How can we ever thank you for doing so much for all of us!
    THANK YOU!
    Knowing it is helping people is all the thanks I need. Hmmmm You could buy my...... LOL no just kidding. *Grin*

    I just like to teach and I like to help. It makes me feel good. I am also learning as I go. And when I learn something I always have this compulsion to show someone what I learned and how fantastic it is! It frustrated me when I came up with some of my cut down methods because I had noone to share it with! So being able to share with you all makes my day!

    I do like to hear that people are benefiting from my lessons. It helps to know I am not just doing this for nothing and am not wasting my time.

    I hope to see lots of people coming up with new quilts and new projects because they used their EQ program!! I love to use mine to jot down ideas and keep track of things I want to remember. If I see a technique or a pattern I want to go back and use then I put it on my EQ. I know I won't lose it then.

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    Rhonda, I have EQ5 and haven't used it too much. Should I upgrade to EQ7 or just use what I have? Since you have both you can enlighten me. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raddy View Post
    Rhonda, I have EQ5 and haven't used it too much. Should I upgrade to EQ7 or just use what I have? Since you have both you can enlighten me. Thanks.
    My first reaction is to use what you have and get used to it first and then upgrade. but it also depends on what you want to get out of using it. EQ7 has lots of features that are really cool. It might also be good to use the up to date program and learn to use it from the start. the 3 versions share alot of features but the EQ7 has a few things that make life easier. If you are going to be a casual once in awhile user then I would use the one you have. If you are going to spend any real time using it to design your quilts and figure yardage and want to use some of the cool new features then I would say go with the upgrade. The 7 version has a feature that lets you merge a block into an already existing block. there are more border options and layout options. I haven't explored alot of it yet so I don't even know what all 7 has that the other two don't.

    In time I plan on covering the new features in 7 but I want to explore all of 5 first. So if you want to learn on 5 and then decide when we get to 7 if you like the new features enough to buy the upgrade then you could do it then.

    If you see 7 on sale and want to jump on it that is an option too.

    It's really all up to you tho and how you would use the program.

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    Thank you for putting these lessons together. I am looking forward to going through them in detail. For now, I'm just getting them saved to my pc. I've had my EQ7 for a couple of years and am only now beginning to use it very much. I really am looking forward to learning more about it.
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    Here is the next list of PDFs. Week 11 up to this weeks Week 13.
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    Rhonda...is there a quick link to # 11 and 12? Have been off Board for several weeks due to illness and just trying to catch up on the tuts. Thanks for all you do!
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    Oops! Guess the link I followed took me directly to the info for the earlier lessons...when I went back I found the link I was asking about. Back to my corner! ;o))

    Quote Originally Posted by Krafty Nancy View Post
    Rhonda...is there a quick link to # 11 and 12? Have been off Board for several weeks due to illness and just trying to catch up on the tuts. Thanks for all you do!
    Nancy

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    Does anyone know if you can create foundation piece patterns in EQ6 and Applique patterns? I just purchased it and I haven't gotten it in the mail yet but those are the two things I was needing to know?
    May all your ups and downs in life be with a needle and thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karielt View Post
    Does anyone know if you can create foundation piece patterns in EQ6 and Applique patterns? I just purchased it and I haven't gotten it in the mail yet but those are the two things I was needing to know?
    Yes you can. I plan to do that lesson sometime soon.

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    Thanks Rhonda I need all the help I can get.
    May all your ups and downs in life be with a needle and thread.
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    Here is Week 14 - Paper Piecing Foundation.

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    Here is the PDF file for Week 15 - Importing Photos

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    Thanks for all these great lessons Rhonda's. Now we need to make a label for our quilt that won't wash out after we put it on the back of the quilt. Maybe last lesson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merry7110 View Post
    Thanks for all these great lessons Rhonda's. Now we need to make a label for our quilt that won't wash out after we put it on the back of the quilt. Maybe last lesson
    Thanks for the suggestion. I did see that in the manual. I will have to take a closer look at it. It will definitely be a class but not sure when I will fit it in. Thanks!

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    Rhonda, I want to join the others in saying thank you for not only the EQ lessons, but for all the nice things you have done for us over time.

    Right now I am in the middle of teaching an additional class at college plus taking classes myself to become a certified online instructor so I don't have time for anything else. I am so thankful you are making and adding these PDF's so when summer comes I can play with the EQ.

    Thanks Again Rhonda
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    Thank you Rhonda! Years ago a friend gave me EQ5 but the manuals had been lost. I've made one bed runner using the program, a very simple one. Now maybe I'll learn to do more. A Bargello is my dream! Is it very hard to do in EQ5? I have no room for a large design wall , yet I'd like to see my coloring before ruining my fabrics.

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    Here is Week 16 - Bargello Quilts
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    I love this tutorial, except for page 9 that gives me an error message: Insufficient data for an image.
    ... again ... {whimper} (I have Adobe Reader 9)
    Liz / Calgary

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    What a generous gift you have given all of us .. reluctant EQ users. I can't thank -you enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz92B View Post
    I love this tutorial, except for page 9 that gives me an error message: Insufficient data for an image.
    ... again ... {whimper} (I have Adobe Reader 9)
    Well send me your email address and I can send you the file. If that doesn't work I can use a differant PDF writer and try that again. If worse comes to worse I can print out that page and send it to you.

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    Rhonda

    As a newbie to EQ7, I want to thank you for the time and effort that you have put forth. I just might now start using EQ7 again!

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    I have been watching this topic since the beginning. Thank you so much for all your detailed instructions. I haven't had a chance to take your "class" yet but we just got our desktop computer back from the shop yesterday. I can't wait to go through step by step. I have worked with EQ7 some on my own but haven't taken the time to really get into it. I know with your help we can all get the most out of this program.

    Thank you,
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    Hi Rhonda,

    I have had EQ5, EQ6, and now have EQ7. The closest I can get to doing anything with it is using it as a reference for quilt blocks. With your tutorials, I might actually design a quilt of my own! My SO has been after me to make a bargello quilt... Maybe I will now. Thank you so much.

    Anita

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    You're welcome everyone. I am glad it is helping people. I am not an expert but if I can show you how easy it is to use some of these features then I am a happy quilter! I love my EQ and am glad to share what I know. A lot of this the last few weeks are things I am learning also. I have discovered a great deal about my EQ I didn't know!

    The only way to learn is hands on and using your program. Explore you software. You aren't going to hurt anything. Just experiment and try out things and if you dont' like it all you have to do is delete it!

    In my opinion trial and error is the best way to go. You never know what you might discover when you play the What If game!! What if I add this and What If I change that to this. Great way to discover new things!!

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