EQ Block Contest

Winner announced & EXTENDED CHALLENGE FOR EQ USERS!

Posted 07-29-2015 by | Posted in: Congratulations Contests EQ Block Contest EQ Quilt Contest Favorite Posts

[This quilt challenge is closed. See who won here!] We are so impressed with all the fantastic blocks submitted! As always, you make it so hard to select just one. The winning block for the Charleston challenge belongs to: Carole Carter! Congratulations Carole! Carole’s block: Honorable Mentions: Ria Klopper Marque McKay Adrienne Quinlan Sheri Lesh Thanks so much to all who participated. To see all the other blocks submitted, view the original challenge post. HEY EQ7 USERS: The challenge isn’t over! We’re so impressed with the blocks submitted that we’d love to see what you can do with them! Design a quilt using your block and submit it by Monday, August 3rd at 9am EDT. We’ll pick one more winner based on your block in a quilt design. Rules: You must use the block you submitted to the original challenge exactly how it appears there. (You may flip, rotate and

Timeless Treasures Block Challenge

Posted 07-13-2015 by | Posted in: Contests EQ Block Contest Favorite Posts Uncategorized

[This challenge has ended. See who won here.] This block design challenge is open to everyone! All you have to do is color a block using fabrics from Timeless Treasure’s new Charleston collection by Revive and submit it by Monday, July 27th! No sewing required! No software required! Challenge Rules 1.  Choose a block (or design your own) and color it with Charleston fabric(s). You may do this using any method you’d like: draw and color it on graph paper, design it using software, choose a block from EQ7, etc. You may use as many Charleston fabrics as you’d like and may also add 1 solid color. (A minimum of 1 Charleston fabric is required. You may not use fabric from any other collection. Winning block is not chosen by quantity of fabrics used.) 2.  Submit an image/photo of your block using the Link Up feature at the bottom of

2-Week Block Design Challenge for Everyone!

Posted 03-13-2015 by | Posted in: Contests Downloads EQ Block Contest Favorite Posts

Congratulations to our winners: Linda Remley – (EQ7 Entry) Piotr Kowalczyk (Non-EQ7 Entry) A big thank you to Michael Miller Fabrics and all who participated in this challenge! Wow, did we have a hard time choosing just 2 winners – there were SO many amazing designs! We love seeing your talent! Scroll down to view all the creative entries. Sign up for EQ newsletters to find out about the next design challenge! Winners: Please look for an email from me (ChristineKohler@electricquilt.com) so we can get your EQ products and Michael Miller fabric to you! Thanks again for participating Challenge ended 3/11 at 9am EDT. Don’t have EQ7? Win one! This block design challenge is open to everyone! All you have to do is design a block using fabrics from Michael Miller’s Fiesta collection and submit it by Wednesday, March 11th! Challenge Rules Design a block using whatever method you’d like

EQ7 Block Challenge Featuring Moda Fabrics – WINNERS!

Posted 02-04-2015 by | Posted in: Contests EQ Block Contest

WINNERS ANNOUNCED! We are so proud of what our EQ7 users can do! Wow, what incredible submissions we got! Our users are SO talented! To see all the block submissions, click here. A big thank you to judges, Rachel and Allison of BasicGrey and Moda Fabrics! And thanks to everyone who participated! We love to see what EQ users can come up with. Stay tuned to our blog for more, upcoming challenges. 1st Place: Kerry @ PennyDog 2nd Place: LaVonne Dunetts 3rd Place: Claire Kerr Prizes Winners: Please look for an email from me (ChristineKohler@electricquilt.com) so we can get your EQ products and BasicGrey fabric to you! Thank you again to everyone who participated, every block was beautiful! Subscribe to our newsletters to hear about the next challenge!

EQ7 Block Challenge featuring Moda Fabrics – LINK UP!

Posted 01-30-2015 by | Posted in: Contests EQ Block Contest

Submit your Moda “Fresh Cut” EQ7 Block! Submission Guidelines: Scroll down to the comment form at the end of this post. Fill in your info and select an image for your comment (this will be the photo of your block). For a recap of the rules, prizes and steps to submit your block, click here: EQ7 Block Challenge Featuring Moda Fabrics The link up will close Monday, February 2nd at 9am! Winners announced Wednesday, February 4th – check back then! See who won!

Moda Block Challenge: Join in and spread the word!

Posted 01-12-2015 by | Posted in: Contests EQ Block Contest

Three weeks left! Visit the Free Fabrics of the Month page and download the new Fresh Cut by Basic Grey collection. You can find instructions on that page about how to link the Fabric Library to your EQ7. Design a block in EQ7 and color it with the Fresh Cut fabrics (2 solid colors may be added). There will be a link up to submit your block on Friday, January 30th. THREE winners will be chosen by Basic Grey judges, Rachel Brenchley and Allison Black! For prizes and rules, view the original challenge post here. Tell your friends! Save this image (below) and upload it to your blog and social media sites to spread the word! Good luck! Challenge ends Monday, February 2nd at 9am EST.

EQ7 Block Challenge Featuring: Moda Fabrics

Posted 01-05-2015 by | Posted in: Contests EQ Block Contest

See who won! We’re partnering with Moda Fabrics to bring you a fun challenge featuring “Fresh Cut” by Basic Grey! This block design challenge is open to all EQ7 users. How to Get Started Visit the Free Fabrics of the Month page and download the new Fresh Cut by Basic Grey collection. You can find instructions on that page about how to link the Fabric Library to your EQ7. Challenge Rules You must design your block using Electric Quilt 7 (EQ7) design software. The block design must be colored with Fresh Cut fabrics (you may add TWO solid colors/fabrics to the design). The block design can be pieced, appliqué, or both! Block must be at least 6” x 6”. Block designs do not need to be square. The block design can be an original drawing, or a block from the Block Library that you’ve colored your own way using the

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