Judy Momenzadeh and Michaele Shapiro (also known as Mo and Mike) are award winning art quilters who like to use digital images in their art. Of course they use EQ Printables. They have a great Etsy shop where they sell kits to make photo quilts. Check it out here!
One of our users, Claire Haillot, has been using EQ7 to make panel quilts. She even gives seminars on the subject! Claire points out that one key to designing panel quilts with EQ7 is using the photo library to keep big fabric to size. Claire says… “Trick to design with panels : Use JPEG format of the panel and import the file as a photo. Using the Set Photo tool, you will be able to set the photo onto layer 2 (I always keep the layer 1 for fabric only but if you just want to see the design, and not calculate yardage, you can set on layer 1) FOR RUNNING BORDERS This portion needs to be done through a photo software (I use Picasa3) Rotate the picture so that you have it as it would be in your border (horizontal straight, horizontal upside down, vertical to the left, vertical to
Sue Gruber is a wonderful quiltmaker and photographer from Bowling Green, Ohio. Today she shares with us one of her beautiful bird quilts made using EQ Printables Inkjet Fabric Sheets. Here’s what Sue says about her quilt: “The bird is a white ibis. I took the photo in Crystal River, Florida. The picture was edited using Photoshop, then imported into EQ. I set the photo into a one block quilt of the exact size I want to print it. Then I printed the photo from EQ, which lets me set the size of the fabric sheets and landscape or portrait layout. EQ tiles the photo for printing, including stitching lines to sew the fabric sheets together. This was printed on the 13″ x 19″ Regular Cotton Fabric Sheets on my Epson printer. These sheets have a very soft hand after printing, I have used them in many projects with good
One of our users, Lynda DeTray, says,“I’ve just returned from the Sauder Village Quilt Show here in Ohio and was thrilled to see that my quilt, Diamonds & Rust, won third place in the Large Wall Quilt/Machine Quilted division. I originally created the quilt in EQ7 as a finalist in the 2012 McCall’s Quilt Design Star contest. I love using EQ7 to design; it’s so versatile and allows me to manipulate different elements of the quilt until I’m satisfied with both the design and the ease with which I can piece the design. (I had written a blog post about my design process here and check out here for a photo of my winning quilt. I also want to share a tip for using EQ. I’ve created a lot of designs in EQ, some that I’ve made and many that I haven’t gotten to yet. I had enough designs where
Spring is in the air! We are loving these cheerful photos in a quilt by Janet Quam. She writes: “Here is a quilt I designed in EQ7 and made using my photos printed on EQ Printables Cotton Satin Inkjet Fabric Sheets. The tulips in Skagit Valley are out and beautiful this month.” ~ Janet Quam View Janet’s quilt in the EQ Quilt Gallery and don’t forget to leave her a comment! Shop EQ Printables Fabric Sheets