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Anne Underhill recently sent us a photo of her quilt to post in the Quilt Gallery, but it was so cute I just had to share it here on the blog too! Anne used blocks from Angie Padilla’s Ship Ahoy! collection to make this adorable quilt for her new grandson.What a perfect use for these appliqué blocks! Anne says: “This was my first attempt at an EQ7 quilt. Custom Set quilt layout made it easy to swap the appliqué blocks around and then add ‘fillers’ until I had a sensible and pleasing layout. I really enjoyed the process and learned my way around the software at the same time.” Anne’s design in EQ7: “My grandson lives by the sea so I was delighted to find Angie’s wonderful ‘Ship Ahoy!’ designs which I could use within my EQ7 software. The appliqué is fused raw edge and machined using blanket stitch. I’m…
Your favorite designer patterns will soon be found at ElectricQuilt.com! EQ7 users love add-on libraries. Now find them all in one place! Here are a few notes about the upcoming move. Purchases will no longer be available at MyEQBoutique.com beginning on August 1. All designer patterns will be available as EQ7 add-on downloads, hopefully by the end of August. All downloads are available for PC and Mac. All downloads will install directly into your EQ7 Block Library for immediate use in EQ7. Any supplemental PDFs will install into your My EQ7 folder. Any purchases made prior to August 1, 2014, will still be available to you on ElectricQuilt.com.
Sindy’s done it again! She’s released another adorable quilt pattern on My EQ Boutique AND she’s hosting a Block of the Month for the pattern starting February 1! You can follow along with the BOM on Sindy’s website, or you can purchase the pattern on My EQ Boutique and have all the patterns instantly! Plus, with My EQ Boutique, you’ll be able to print the blocks at any size you like. I could see these cute little penguins on all kinds of projects—pillows, tablerunners, stockings—you name it! The ability to print the patterns at any size makes the possibilities endless! For some cute penguin inspiration, check out MooseStash’s version of the Penguin Cheer quilt: You can find more of Sindy’s charming patterns here!
Denise Russart is starting a Dog Pound Pals Adoption Society Block of the Month Project. You’ll be using her adorable dog blocks from MyEQBoutique.com. Denise will be providing a quilt layout, additional block instructions and instructions to set everything all together. The applique dog blocks will be 12″ finished blocks. Denise says, “The blocks are are pretty easy to applique with fairly large pieces.” She will be giving tips on how I applique them using the “freezer paper on the bottom” method of applique, but you can use any applique method you choose to make these blocks. You must sign up before January 25 to participate. Check out Denise’s website for more information.