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  • Re: How do you create your own quilt patterns?

    [quote user="Latasha"] is that your fur baby sitting on your laptop? If so, I have the same problem. [/quote] You're more than welcome Latasha! Yes, that is one of my two fur babies. The other one is a small black medium-haired baby and she's taken over laptop sitting. I'll be in the middle of reading a post and she'll jump
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by MizPat on Mon, Jan 12 2015
  • The Challenge required blocks with birds in the name of the block

    Let Me Tell You 'Bout the Birds and the Bees. The Blocks are Bird's Nest and Barbara Brackman's block 2218. The border is made up of Birds and Star and Birds in the Air. The cornerstones are Barbara Brackman's block 2210.
    Posted to EQ Software Group (MediaGallery) by MizPat on Fri, Jan 9 2015
  • This is a project in EQ7 I called it A

    Posted to EQ Software Group (MediaGallery) by MizPat on Fri, Jan 9 2015
  • Re: Group Discussions

    In looking back over this thread, I said I'd post some of my EQ designs back on Dec 16. OOOPS! For me, time has a nasty habit of melting like snow in Florida! I'm only about 3 weeks or so behind, which for me is pretty close to on-time! I'm going to post a few of the files to the Media section of this discussion. If you look further down
    Posted to EQ Software Group (Forum) by MizPat on Fri, Jan 9 2015
  • Re: How do you create your own quilt patterns?

    Hi Latasha, If you have Electric Quilt, work through the lessons in the book that comes with it. If you aren't sure you want to get that involved, EQ has Quilt Wizard design software, that has a little less complex capability. It can link to EQ if you decide to move up. I have EQ 7 and love it! I've had every version of EQ since the beginning
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by MizPat on Fri, Jan 9 2015
  • Re: Group Discussions

    [quote user="Judy T-Bellingham"] Beth, if the teacher is Fran Gonzalez, you will learn alot. She is a fantastic teacher. [/quote] Fran is teaching on the EQ educational site, don't remember what it's called. Beth is right, the EQ Academy is taught by locally or regionally certified EQ educators. The offerings on the EQ site include
    Posted to EQ Software Group (Forum) by MizPat on Fri, Jan 2 2015
  • Re: I'm in

    Count me in for both! I have more yards than I'd like to admit to and as many UFOs as it is possible to get in 25 yrs!
    Posted to The Great Stash Down (Forum) by MizPat on Fri, Jan 2 2015
  • Re: Looking for a four color quilt pattern

    Hi Jeananne, Take a look at any of the Ohio Star patterns, or any that resemble that, Star in Star, e.g. A lot of patterns lend themselves to a limited palette, just what pleases you. Hope that helps.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by MizPat on Fri, Jan 2 2015
  • Re: Group Discussions

    [quote user="Judy T-Bellingham"] MizPat. I think with everything, participation gradually wanes in a particular group. Then it will get a kick start and go great for awhile before it fizzles again. Sometimes it's because members leave QCA or can no longer quilt. It takes someone like to you revive interest. [/quote] Judy, that's what
    Posted to EQ Software Group (Forum) by MizPat on Tue, Dec 16 2014
  • Group Discussions

    With as large a group as this is, there isn't much activity. Why is that? Is it that you already know everything you want to about EQ? No questions, no comments, no "hey, look what I made, learned, etc"? I've seen posts lamenting the lack of participation on QCA. Let's see if we can revive this group!
    Posted to EQ Software Group (Forum) by MizPat on Tue, Dec 16 2014
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