Meet Lynne Demeter of Quilts and Cats! She’s the next winner of the EQ Blog Badge contest and will be giving away a Sue Spargo: Folk-Art Dreams on her blog so make sure you check into Lynn’s Blog and see what projects she’s up to! Most recently, Lynne has been working on this Cathedral Window Design and I just love it! Don’t you? See more of what Lynne’s up to on her blog.
This comes from Judy in Toronto: I thought I’d tell you about the cake I made last weekend for my son’s birthday. One of Sean’s favorite activities is to play guitar, and at least once a week he gets together with his friends and band members to jam in our basement. Although it’s a bit loud, I appreciate the fact that he is being creative, as he is mostly self-taught and writes and co-writes much of the material that they play. I figure that music for him is sort of like quilting is to me! To honor his passion, I decided to make him a guitar birthday cake, and EQ helped me make the pattern. I traced a photo of a Fender Telecaster (the newest of his 4 guitars), as an applique to create the body and drew patches to use as the neck and headstock. I was able to
We recently talked with Lacey Hill of Golden Thyme Designs about how she uses EQ6 to design her quilts and we had to share it with you! My name is Lacey Hill and I am an author & pattern designer. I am currently doing freelance designs for Northcott Silk and I have used EQ6 to create the appliqués for center medallions of 3 quilt designs coming out for Spring Market 2010 in MSP. Below are 3 quilts I designed in EQ using Ro Gregg’s fabrics from Northcott and 1 that is in Asian Fabrics Magazine this issue. All my quilt patterns at www.QuiltWoman.com were created with EQ along the 7 patterns, includes the 3 appliqué I sent will be available after Market. My mantra is: It’s All About the Fabric! I use the large-scale designs in full repeat. Ro & I collaborated on 2 books that are at print using