Each project file (.pj7) holds a Sketchbook full of the blocks, fabrics and other items that you’ve collected for that project. If you want to use the same collection of fabric from one project in another project you are working on, you can simply import those fabrics from the original project file. Open the project into which you want to import. To import blocks: Click LIBRARIES > Block Library. To import fabrics: Click LIBRARIES > Fabric Library. To import layouts: Click LIBRARIES > Layout Library. To import embellishment: Click LIBRARIES > Embellishment Library. To import photos: Click LIBRARIES > Photo Library. Click Import > From Project. In the Look in: box, navigate to the folder that holds the project file (.pj7). ([My] Documents > My EQ7 > PJ7) Select the project and click Open. You’ll see the items you want to import displayed in the Import Results section of the
I have just returned from the Houston International Quilt Festival where is was my pleasure to teach several classe on EQStitch and EQ7. There were a lot of questions about further educational information for more study especially with the EQStitch software. I felt these questions would be of interest to people who take my EQStitch classes on line at EQ University so I thought I would answer them here. 1. Is there a specific order to taking the EQStitch classes at EQUniversity? There are no pre-requisites for these classes but I did write them in an orderly fashion. You may take them in any order. Not all the information is repeated from one class to the other. As you progress through the lessons, more information is added to the information in the first classes. I suggest you take the classes in the order they were written, but it is entirely
Congratulations to our winner: Debbie Rogowski! This contest is now closed. For one last chance to enter the Grand Prize Giveaway, submit a video here! We’ll be drawing winners for the Grand Prize Giveaway in early December. Stay tuned to the blog! Welcome to the LAST monthly giveaway we’re hosting on our blog this year. Next month, we’ll be giving away the GRAND prizes! (Don’t forget to submit a bonus entry!) November Featured Sponsor: Timeless Treasures! They’ve provided 20 fat quarters of the Dominicana collection by Crafty Gemini!! Contest closes Friday, November 25th at 9am ET. This month’s contest winner will be announced on Monday, November 28th. To enter, answer this question by commenting below: When AND how did you first hear about EQ design software? — Wait, there’s more - Win an EQ7 on the Timeless Treasures blog! EQ 25th Anniversary blog contests close at 9am ET on the
When viewing the Project Sketchbook through the View Sketchbook button, you can only delete one item at a time. To delete multiple items at a time, you must view your Sketchbook items through the Library box. Click LIBRARIES > Fabric Library (or whichever library you want to delete from). Click the blue Sketchbook button on the left of the Library box. This displays all the items in your Sketchbook. Click to select the items you want to delete. • Use CTRL+click to select multiple files at once. • Use SHIFT+click to select a range of files. • Use CTRL+A to select all the files in that folder. Click the Delete button at the bottom of the Library box. A prompt will display asking if you want to delete these items. Click Yes. Click Close on the Library. If you have questions about this, or anything else, please contact tech support
That is the question posed to me by one of my sit and stitch friends when I told her I was going to be blogging about EQ Mini. She was not familiar with the software and was not sure what it did. Maybe you are in that boat, maybe you have heard of Electric Quilt or of quilt design software, but never ventured into that world. I thought I would start at the beginning and offer my input on the EQ Mini design software. Do you design your own quilts? Do you scribble on a piece of paper or mark up graph paper with colored pencils? Or it is all in your head and you try to do the calculations as you go. Do you use traditional patterns but wished you could see how your fabrics would look all stitched up before you cut into them Electric Quilt Mini
If you have ever come across this library in EQ7 it doesn’t look like much. But, let’s try this. Click Libraries > Block Library > EQ7 Libraries > 10 Sashing > Star Sashing Click Add to Sketchbook to add all of the blocks to your sketchbook. Click the Layout tab at the bottom of the screen Type in 2″ for Sashing Height and Width Click the Layer 1 tab at the bottom of the screen Click the Set Block tool and click on the block you would like. Hold the Ctrl key down on your keyboard and click in the sashing. Some blocks (like with the yellow quilt) will need to be rotated. Click the Rotate Block tool and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard. Other blocks will look better on-point. Have fun experimenting! If you have questions about this, or anything else, please contact tech support and
Did you know that EQ7 comes with over 70 quilts already designed? When your program (EQ7 or EQStitch) opens, you will see this screen. Click on the “Start with a quick-quilt project” You can use the quilt selector arrows to scroll through and see different quilts in the same project. Once you select your project click OK.The Sketchbook will open. Find the quilt you want and click Edit. Now, you can leave the quilt as it is or change anyway you’d like. In the example, there is the original table runner and one in which I recolored and rotated blocks. Have fun with these quick-quilts! If you have questions about this, or anything else, please contact tech support and we will be happy to help!