Welcome to our blog series, Do You EQ Too? Each month, we will spotlight a different EQ user and their quilts! If you haven’t already, you can read our introduction post here.

This month we are spotlighting Ann Doty! Ann shared one of her photo quilts with us, and we were so blown away we knew we had to see more! She has designed countless quilts featuring photos of family, nature, road trip adventures, and more! To incorporate her photos into her quilts, she used EQ Inkjet Fabric Sheets to print the photos onto fabric.

EQ design for Bear Paw Cabin quilt

Bear Paw Cabin quilt

“Until I found EQ I designed these on graph paper, says Ann. “Didn’t even realize my wonderful photo paper came from you! Now I am loving this method! I have made many photo quilts starting with this Blueberry Quilt (fabric and appliqué) with photos of who eats them (including our granddaughter).”

Blueberry quilt

By incorporating photos into her quilts, Ann is able to ensure each quilt is personal to the recipient. She has gifted many pet quilts, anniversary quilts, and even fidget quilts to friends and family.

St. Bernard quilt

25th Anniversary quilt

Aunt Bev with fidget quilt

Highlighting the beauty of nature is also a common theme in Ann’s quilts. In her Tweety Bird quilt, she features 80 of her own bird photos!

Tweety Bird quilt

Thank you Ann for sharing your wonderful quilts and story with us!

Tell us your story!

To be considered for our next spotlight, write a brief comment below and attach an image of an EQ-designed quilt or project you’re proud of! You can also tag us @theelectricquiltcompany on Instagram or @ElectricQuilt on Facebook, or use our hashtags #EQ8 and #DoYouEQ.

Each month we will select a quilter from all the submissions we’ve received. So if you weren’t picked this month, you can still be featured in future months!

Join us next month as we spotlight another quilter! View all Do You EQ Too? posts >>

How to submit an image of your quilt:

  1. In the comment form below, tell us a little bit about your quilt or story. Then click Browse to include the image of your quilt.
  2. Select your quilt, then click Submit Comment.