Check out this really cool Canada map made with EQ6 by Charlotte Kleiner. Love it!
We want to know more about the innovative ways you are using EQ6 to design, plan, create, and organize in your world! We’ve seen so many great ideas from guitar cakes and tile floor designs, to stain glass tables and garage remodels. So what else are you doing? Have you thought to use EQ6 as a planning tool for a wedding… YOU CAN you know! Create a floor plan for the reception or plan seating assignments with the text tool. Tell us what you’re doing. Some questions to think about: 1. Have you used EQ in wedding preparation, whether it’s designing and planning your reception hall, cake, flowers, or favors? 2. For parents of young children: Has EQ helped you keep your creativity alive, even if you’re too busy to actually make a quilt? 3. Are you a member of a Modern Quilt Guild, and has EQ helped you with
Les Patches de Jill is a french quilting blog run by Jill Brehon. She is the latest winner of the EQ Blog Badge give-a-ways. You’ll enjoy brushing up on your French while reading this blog and checking out Jill’s projects! Here is a beautiful quilt Jill recently finished. Go to her blog to see more of what she’s up to and to enter her contest to win a Judy Martin Stars & Sets. Hurry! You only have until Thursday the 25th!
It’s been a long while since EQ1 came out in 1992 so we thought it would be fun to see just how many of you out there have been with us since EQ1. We ran a contest for Newsletter subscribers to see just how many of you had EQ1. We had a handful of entries which really touched our hearts. Especially because when Dean and Penny first started The Electric Quilt Company all the EQ1 users contact information was kept in a shoe box! Nancy Quesada was our winner but we thank you ALL for sticking with us throughout the years. Nancy writes: In checking my EQ1 manual, I find that I ordered it on January 25, 1993. Some of the things that I so enjoy about EQ are that everything is explained step-by-step, and the directions do work if I just follow them faithfully. Also, the directions don’t make