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Traveling to sewing shows in the Spring and Fall is always a really busy time for me. This week I go to Toronto, Ontario, Canada to teach at the Creative Festival. After that I go to the Houston International Quilt Festival to teach EQStitch and EQ7 classes. The very best part of the traveling is that I get to meet so many people and hear what they are doing with the program. They also share with me the types of lessons they want to have in the future. That is really helpful for me. The worst part of traveling is that I am away from my sewing machine and don’t have time to test sew my design ideas. I recently taught a machine embroidery class in which we made fobs. You can see these at my groups website under the September class heading. http://members.shaw.ca/lmeg/ These quick and easy little projects come in handy when traveling. I use the fobs to mark my suitcase so it is easy to find at baggage pick up. Launch your EQStitch program from your desktop. Click on FILE>Preferences and reset the program back to the defaults if you have been playing with the settings.…
Have you received your newest issue of Quiltmaker yet? Grab your copy and check out the EQ7 Creative Spark feature on page 38! This feature focuses on the fabric coloring tools. Using the Fussy Cut and Rotate Fabric tools, you can see exactly what your finished quilt will look like! Visit Quiltmaker’s site to see the companion EQ7 lesson for the article: EQ7 Fussy Cut and Rotate Fabric Tools