When I arrived to work today, Quiltmaker Sept/Oct issue was waiting for me at my desk. So on this Monday morning I sipped on my coffee and flipped through the mag (tough job, right?). Even more fun, seeing l kinds of EQ users throughout the magazine! Seems everyone is using EQ for their quilt design and we couldn’t feel more honored. We are truly impressed with the designs our users come up with.

So what EQ goodies will you find in the Sept/Oct issue of Quiltmaker?

Page 4 – Quiltmaker 100 Blocks Volume 2 is now available!
YES! Editor June Dudley announces that Quiltmaker 100 Blocks Volume 2 is now available for instant download on http://www.myeqboutique.com/Shop/pc/eqboutique.asp. YOU DO NOT NEED EQ7 to get these 100 blocks for less than $.30 a piece. Just get the free pattern printing software download and your ready! Enjoy printing these 100 blocks over and over at ANY size.

Page 8 – Sandy Ressler of Sugar Land, TX makes and EQ Quilt!
You might remember, our EQ quilt, “My Neighborhood” was in the Jan/Feb issue of Quiltmaker this year along with a mini EQ lesson in the Creative Spark section.  Sandy Ressler saw it and made an adorable, brightly colored version of her own! We LOVE it in happy rainbow colors and we’re so glad she shared it with Quiltmaker so we could see it too.

You can get this free EQ7 download on the Quiltmaker website!

Page 32 – Susan Jensen’s EQ Quilt pictured on screen
Long time EQ user Susan Jensen allowed us to show off her “Long Cabin Beauty” EQ quilt in our EQ7 ad in this issue. You can also read her testimony about using EQ for her quilts. Thanks, Susan!

Page 64 – EQ7 “Creative Spark” Mini Lesson
Learn step-by-step how to make a unique stencil for a specific block in EQ7. It’s easier than you think!

Page 66 – DoYouEQ Artist Karen Combs Shares her EQ designed quilt
Karen Combs has been using EQ for years. Shes been a DoYouEQ Artist on our website as well and we just adore her designs.  In this Quiltmaker issue, she shares her EQ7 designed pattern for “Summit Points”.

If you don’t already have Quiltmaker Sept/Oct issue in your hands, go get one!