Finally, EQ7 for Mac is now available for instant download, or to be shipped to your front door! Plus, don’t forget to ask your favorite quilt shop! Get EQ7 for Mac now! Attention EQ6 owners! Upgrade to EQ7 for PC or Mac! Already have EQ7 (PC) but want to run EQ7 on your Mac? Download the EQ7 Migration Kit to run it on both platforms.
A new issue of Quiltmaker means a new Creative Spark article featuring EQ7! The May/June issue features hexagon quilts. This issue’s Creative Spark accompanies Shayla Wolf’s playful Hex-a-doodle quilt. Check out page 23 in the magazine to see how to jazz up those hexagons on Layers 2 and 3 in EQ7. And then click over to Quiltmaker’s site for a lesson on how to use layers in EQ7.
We are happy to announce the release of the EQ7 Migration Kit. This kit is for existing EQ7 PC owners to migrate to Mac. Who it’s for The EQ7 Migration Kit is only for owners of Electric Quilt 7 (EQ7) software. Regardless if you have the full version of EQ7, EQ7 Upgrade, or EQStitch, you are still eligible for the Migration Kit. How it works With the purchase of the EQ7 Migration Kit, you will receive a link to download the appropriate files to install and run EQ7 on your Mac. Since you are required to own EQ7, you will not receive a license ID or password with your purchase. You must use the numbers that came with your original purchase of EQ7. Once you’ve purchased the migration kit, you will be able to use EQ7 on a PC and Mac. If you are currently running EQ7 on two PCs,
Updated on 03/14/2014. Thank you for your continued interest in our products, and especially this long-awaited EQ7 Mac release. We are trying to keep you as informed as we can with the release date and details. As with any product, we want to provide quality to our customers, therefore we will not release the product until we’re confident of its performance. Below are details as we have them now. You can also refer to our post from early January. When will the Mac version of EQ7 be available? We are releasing the Mac version to our *current Windows EQ7 users* first in the form of a downloadable migration kit. Migration kits for current EQ7 owners should be available early to mid-March. The full version of EQ7 for Mac (for those who don’t currently own EQ7 for Windows) will be available April/May. It will be available for download as well as
In the Winter 2014 issue of Modern Quilts Unlimited I have an article about making a modern family tree quilt, using EQ7, of course. I drew all the blocks, I scanned in photos of my family and put them all in the quilt. The article also talks about editing photos right in EQ7, drawing silhouettes, importing fabrics and much more. There is a Web Extra that explains, step-by-step on Modern Quilt’s Unlimited site on how to make this quilt here. You can also download the EQ7 project. It does accompany the article though, so be sure to get the magazine!
When Will the Mac Version of EQ7 Be Released? We had hoped to be ready to release a Mac version of EQ7 in January. We are continuing to work on the program and will keep you advised as to our progress. Downloadable Software for Purchase Since many of the computers on the market now are being manufactured without CD/DVD drives, both PC and Mac, we knew this was something we would need to develop before we released EQ7 for Mac. We have started to incorporate the ability to download software from our website. We released our first downloadable software for purchase in December. Read more about EQ Stash Online! Accommodating Our Existing Users The development of the Mac version was intended for a “new” audience of quilters. But, we have a large user-base of EQ7 users who run the Windows version of EQ7 on their Macs via Parallels or some
2014 is almost upon us! Last year at this time I posted about Quilting Resolutions. The focus of that post was using EQ to help you finish up UFOs that may be laying around your sewing room. You could have quilt tops that need borders, or you completed a block of the month for 2013 and now you have no idea what to do with all those finished blocks! This post shows you how to use photos of those sewn elements to design with in EQ7. Maybe your goal for 2014 is a bit more broad and you’d just like to use your EQ7 more. We’ve got plenty of resources to help you learn! Click here to check out the Lessons section on Do You EQ. You’ll find free lessons on a wide variety of topics. You can still access all the sew along lessons for the EQ7 Summer Drawing