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JoMoury

Featured Project: Jo Moury – QIH

This quilt was designed by Jo Moury for the Quilted in Honor challenge hosted by EQ and Island Batik.
*Winner
Category: Combination (Pieced & Appliqué)

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  • 19-DeanPenny-Blog

    The Christmas Shirts by EQ Dean & Penny

    “We send holiday greetings and wishes for peace and happiness this coming New Year to our EQ users all over the world! We thought we’d say it with “The Shirts,” because these are blocks Dean drew for an early version of EQ so many years ago. We don’t recall seeing anyone actually ever use these blocks, but we love them just the same and think they just might inspire a nice little quilt done up in fun fabric prints.” – Dean Neumann and Penny McMorris

  • 18-BeaLee-Blog

    Jesus Table Runner by Bea Lee

    A note from Bea:

    “I wanted to create a big “Jesus” in the middle of a table runner and then added an auto border and found the vine border and thought of the John 15:5 bible verse and added that on layer 2. I kept the colors in red and green Christmas colors.” -Bea Lee

  • 17-LindaFranz-Blog

    Inklingo Christmas Rings by Linda Franz

    A note from Linda:

    “Quilters who use Inklingo know that you don’t have to be an expert quilter with advanced skills to sew a stunning  Double Wedding Ring quilt. Print the cutting and stitching lines on fabric with your ordinary Inkjet, rotary cut, and piece by sewing along the printed lines. Christmas Rings can be sewn by hand OR by machine. Some quilters will want to sew some seams by hand when they need something portable and sew the rest by machine. When we mix hand and machine piecing in a quilt, we call it an Inklingo hybrid.” -Linda Franz

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    Christmas Traditions by Patti Carey

    A note from Patti:

    “This is a quilt that I designed for this year’s Quilts From 100 Blocks, based on a block that I designed (in EQ of course) for 100 Blocks Volume 9.  I really liked the Christmas Traditions collection by Tracey Sims for Northcott, especially the cardinal border stripe, and this quilt seemed a great way to showcase it.  When I made up the quilt for the magazine, it looked just like my EQ image!” – Patti Carey

  • 15-TobyLischko-Blog

    Frosty by Toby Lischko

    A note from Toby:

    “I used a snowman applique design that was in EQ, added the facial features and outlined the snowman to look like I put a running stitch around it. I learned a lot of things while designing this quilt since I had never done anything like it before. I thought putting it in front of the star blocks made it more interesting. It can be hung all winter instead of just during the holiday season. – Toby Lischko

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    Color Play by Lerlene Nevaril

    A note from Lerlene:

    “With the blocks in this project your designs can be subtle or striking – it all depends on value. Use colors close in value and the effect is subtle. Use high contrast and the quilt sings. You’re the conductor – you choose the instruments and make the music. (I haven’t veered off into another universe – I’m still talking “quilting.”)
    To get multiple layouts in a hurry, activate the Symmetry tool and watch the fireworks.
    Flip through the quilts in the sketchbook. The yellow shapes look like circles behind a gray and purple lattice.

    Have fun with the basics as you change them into your own masterpiece.” – Lerlene Nevaril

  • 11-SandiBlackwell-Blog

    Candy Cane Trees Table Runner by Sandi Blackwell

    A note from Sandi:

    “I’ve always loved the red and white twist look from a candy cane! It reminds me of the excitement of Christmas!  Even more, I love the excitement in a child’s eye when they see a Christmas tree…seemed right to mix the two into a holiday table runner.” -Sandi Blackwell

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    Strings of Ornaments by Karen Combs

    A note from Karen:

    “I designed a fun optical illusion, perfect for the holidays! Blink and you see strings of Christmas ornaments, blink again and you see a transparent Attic Window design!” -Karen Combs

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    Twilight Zone by Nancy Mahoney

    A note from Nancy:

    “I love pairing up two blocks to create a unique quilt. In this amazing design, I combined an original block with a Massachusetts block to create a design with lots of motion and visual interest.” -Nancy

  • 8-GailKessler-Blog

    Downton Abbey Table Runner by Gail Kessler

    A note from Gail:

    “Are you as excited as I am for the new episodes of Downton Abbey? As owner of Ladyfingers Sewing Studio in Oley, PA, our new collections of Downton Abbey fabric inspired me to create a fun easy-to-sew table runner to enjoy all season long. I just loved using the fussy cutting feature of EQ7, as well as the ability to rotate the fabrics when creating the runner design.” -Gail Kessler

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    Winter Tree Trivet by Marlene Oddie

    A note from Marlene:

    “A paper pieced project to make a great winter tree trivet. Depending upon its intended use, embellish with your personal favorite colors of ornaments, lights or more snow. Put several together for a table runner!” -Marlene Oddie

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    Mystery Quilt Series by Jean Biddick

    “This project started out as one of the mystery quilts (9 years – 3 quilts a year – and still going strong).” – Jean Biddick

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    Sweet Peppermint Treats by Nan Baker

    A Note from Nan:

    “Sweet Peppermint Treats” are Santa’s favorite at Christmas. These candies are “purrfect” as they are pretty to look at and calorie free! – Nan Baker

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    Modern Christmas Trees by Christa Watson

    A note from Christa:

    “Modern Trees is a modern update of a very traditional pattern that I designed over 10 years ago. It’s part of a free quilt along tutorial series on my blog. It looks great in solids or holiday prints and and you can “decorate” your trees however you like!” -Christa Watson

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    Sugarplum Swizzles by Kimberly Einmo

    A note from Kimberly:

    “I love to design quilts using two simple blocks to create a complex-looking, dynamic layout when they are set side by side. And what could be easier to stitch than large half-square triangles and modified Friendship Star blocks? I also love the clever secondary pattern which is a result of putting the Friendship Star blocks together. It looks as though the blocks are interwoven into a fun, holiday swizzle design beautifully framed by large, sparkly star points! Of course this quilt will look great in any non-holiday fabric combination as well, but since I have a bundle of these lovely Moda prints in my stash from last year, what better way to see how beautiful they’d look made up into this festive quilt? Merry Christmas from me to YOU!” – Kimberly Einmo

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    Celestial Sundry

    Get these cool Celestial Sundry applique blocks and create something out of this world! Compliments of EQ!

    DOWNLOAD THE .BLK FILE TO ADD THESE BLOCKS TO MY LIBRARY
    Download the .blk file and put the file in My Documents > My EQ7 > Users folder. Then open EQ7, go to Libraries > Block Library > My Library. You will see the Celestial Sundry library there.

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    Home Sweet Home

    Get these Home Sweet Home blocks and create something cozy! Compliments of EQ!.

    DOWNLOAD THE .BLK FILE TO ADD THESE BLOCKS TO MY LIBRARY
    Download the .blk file and put the file in My Documents > My EQ7 > Users folder. Then open EQ7, go to Libraries > Block Library > My Library. You will see the Home Sweet Home library there.

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    Rose of Sharon

    Get these Rose of Sharon applique blocks and create something beautiful! Compliments of EQ!

    DOWNLOAD THE .BLK FILE TO ADD THESE BLOCKS TO MY LIBRARY
    Download the .blk file and put the file in My Documents > My EQ7 > Users folder. Then open EQ7, go to Libraries > Block Library > My Library. You will see the Rose of Sharon library there.

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    Gnomes

    Get these neat Gnomes blocks and create something fun! Compliments of EQ's own, Heidi Kory.

    DOWNLOAD THE .BLK FILE TO ADD THESE BLOCKS TO MY LIBRARY
    Download the .blk file and put the file in My Documents > My EQ7 > Users folder. Then open EQ7, go to Libraries > Block Library > My Library. You will see the Gnomes library there.

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    Fabulous Ohio Stars

    Get these Fabulous Ohio Stars blocks and create something really neat! Compliments of EQ!

    DOWNLOAD THE .BLK FILE TO ADD THESE BLOCKS TO MY LIBRARY
    Download the .blk file and put the file in My Documents > My EQ7 > Users folder. Then open EQ7, go to Libraries > Block Library > My Library. You will see the Fabulous Ohio Stars library there.

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