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Congratulations to these award winners and authors.

Decostitch Elements – Winner Announced!

Posted 05-03-2021 by | Posted in: Congratulations

We were blown away by how many amazing designs were created with these fabrics! Check out the creative entries we received here! Thanks to all who participated! Winner One winner was randomly selected! Congratulations to…. Winner: Annie Rego “My very first challenge. I had a lot of fun using these fabrics.” – Annie Rego Thanks again to all who participated in this challenge. If you’re looking for another chance to win fabric, check out May’s design challenge!

Chinoiserie Garden Challenge – Winners Announced!

Posted 04-01-2021 by | Posted in: Congratulations

We’re so impressed by what EQ users did with these fabrics! Check out the creative entries we received here! Thanks to all who participated! Winners Two winners were selected by P&B Textiles! Congratulations to…. Winner 1: Scott Woxman “I like the blue and white with just a pop of color from the butterflies.” – Scott Woxman And… Winner 2: Linda Evans “Black tea is my favorite beverage, hot or cold, year round. These beautiful prints are perfect for a sweet little tea set.” – Linda Evans Thanks again to all who participated in this challenge. If you’re looking for another chance to win fabric, check out April’s design challenge!

Rose Whispers Challenge – Winners Announced!

Posted 03-02-2021 by | Posted in: Congratulations

Loved seeing the colorful entries come in for the Rose Whispers challenge! Check out the beautiful entries we received here! Thanks to all who participated! Winners Two winners were selected… one by Benartex and the other by Eleanor Burns herself! A big congrats to…. Benartex’s choice: Amanda Riddle “My goal was to showcase the beautiful, large floral prints in Rose Whispers while using the rich, dark colors to frame out those patterns. I started with the simple idea of using a double sawtooth star block and made everything else up as I went. I really enjoyed joining this competition for the first time using the EQ8 software for the first time!” – Amanda And… Eleanor Burns’ choice: Pat Rother “This is such a lovely collection I chose a scrappy palette and a simple, traditional block to showcase many of the fabrics. I love stripes in sashing and binding and Eleanor’s were

Coco Chic Challenge – Winners Announced!

Posted 02-02-2021 by | Posted in: Congratulations

EQ users were very inspired by the Coco Chic collection! Check out the very cool entries we received here! Thanks to all who participated! Winners Two winners were selected by QT Fabrics and will each receive a bundle of Coco Chic! Congratulations to… Sharon Wasteney “I love combining machine applique with creative piecing. The color palette reminded me more of the art nouveau period than art deco so a few curves to compliment the geometric fabric. I would make this using the dimensional cathedral window border with the “windows” pieced to chevron the stripes surrounding the center bouquet.” And…. Judy Knesel “Glad to be back. I wanted to make something for these fabrics that is reminiscent of the Art Deco age of the 1920′s. I love the Gatsby look of this quilt.” Thanks again to all who participated in this challenge. If you’re looking for another chance to win fabric, check

PURE SOLIDS Challenge – Winners Announced!

Posted 12-01-2020 by | Posted in: Congratulations

The entries submitted to this challenge may be some of the coolest ones we’ve gotten in any challenge! Check them out here! Thanks to all who participated! Winners Two winners were randomly selected and will each receive a bundle of PURE SOLIDS from Art Gallery Fabrics! Congratulations to… Deborah Scanlon “I’m still not all that great at designing things in EQ but I keep plugging away at it. Solids are my favorite to quilt with. Even old classics look fresh and modern when quilted with solids and AGF has always been my favorite and first choice in fabrics. Thanks for the nice giveaway too.” Love that mix of colors! Congrats Deborah! Jackie Rigert “I’ve been seeing so many beautiful wool applique quilts. When I saw these beautiful colors, I couldn’t help but try to recreate them in clear crisp solids. This where I ended up…” That colorful applique is stunning!

Good Vibes Challenge – Winners Announced!

Posted 11-03-2020 by | Posted in: Congratulations

We always love to see the beautiful entries that are submitted to a design challenge! The Good Vibes quilts are awesome!! (See them in the original post here.) Thanks to everyone for participating! Winners There are two winners for this challenge; one selected by Benartex, and one by Christa!  Each will receive a bundle of the Good Vibes fabrics!! Congratulations to….. Benartex’s Choice: Karen Kehl “This was so much fun! I love the playfulness of these fabrics and I have enjoyed seeing everyone’s quilts. I decided to modernize a traditional block. I love the range of colors and how this quilt pops!” Christa’s Choice: Elizabeth Wickes “I call this the Color Maze and it is meant to showcase the low volume/high volume and contrasting colorways of Good Vibes! The high volume prints are on the outside with the longest lines and the low volume are on the inside. Fun patterns when you

Illuminations Challenge – Winners Announced!

Posted 10-01-2020 by | Posted in: Congratulations

As always, we received so many beautiful entries in the Illuminations challenge! (See them in the original post here.) Thanks to everyone for participating! Winners There are two winners for this challenge; both selected randomly.  Each will receive a bundle of the Illuminations fabrics – YAY!! Congratulations to….. Donna Royson “Using the 54-40-or fight block as guidance, I designed this quilt but had some challenges with needing the borders to complete the secondary pattern of circles. The block is 12″ containing (9) 4″ units. For the first border, and to complete the circle, I only needed half of the 4″. So, I created two borders with width of 2″ each. The first border is defined as Blocks and I was able to insert the proper blocks to complete the circle. It was quite a challenge but well worth the trouble!”  Judy Knesel “I created about 20 different designs with this fabric

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