We had so much fun with our last intra-office challenge that we decided to do it again! This time we each choose our favorite My EQ Boutique Block Collection and designed a quilt using the blocks.
Feel free to comment below and tell us what you think! If you’re ever designing in EQ7, snap a quick pic and post it to social media with the hashtag #ShowMeYourScreen.
We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Crop Circles by Denise Russart
“I am just starting to think about Easter and these blocks (Crop Circles) by Denise Russart seem a little egg-esque. I used Double Circle (8DCB & 6DCB) and her Four Patch Block in an alternating pattern. The newest Stash has adorable springy fabrics that add some fun scrappiness.” -Heidi
All Aboard by Sindy Rodenmayer
“I have a cousin who just loves trains. When I saw Sindy Rodenmayer’s All Aboard blocks, I thought of him and how much he’d love a train quilt on his bed! I decided to add some embroidered steam (Using EQStitch) for a little texture and to unite the top and bottom of the design.” -Christine
Sea Life by Janeen van Niekerk and Sea Life 2 by Janeen van Niekerk
“A friend of mine just had triplets–2 girls and 1 boy. This design is for the little boy, Parker. Although, a quick swap of some fabrics (and the applique name, of course), and the girls, Quinn and Alexa, could have one too! This design uses blocks from the 2 Sea Life collections by Janeen van Niekerk and miscellaneous fabrics.” -Sara
Downtown by Erin McMorris
“I’ve loved these building blocks since they first appeared on our site! I pictured them set against a night sky and added some wonky stars blocks to finish the scene. They sky area would be a great place to show off some free motion quilting.” -Jenny