From Our Users

Yesterday’s Vogue From Gloria Hansen

Posted 09-10-2012 by | Posted in: Look What I Did More for EQers

EQ author Gloria Hansen of the popular book Digital Essentials, is a member of an art group called 8 That Create. She created this piece called “Yesterday’s Vogue” for an upcoming exhibit in which all works must have a fashion theme. The size requirement was 12″ square. To that Gloria said, “Great. That means I can use EQ Printables, my favorite for inkjet printing on cotton.” We say “great!” too. This is such an awesome quilt and we hope it inspires other projects. Watch for more about this quilt in the coming months when Gloria will guest post on the NEW EQ Blog. 

EQ7 Pieced Pitcher Block from Gen X Quilters

Posted 09-10-2012 by | Posted in: Look What I Did Related Blogs

One of our favorite blogs to follow is that of AnneMarie, Columbus, Ohio, gen X quilters. Her modern style is fun and joyful. She’s a newer EQ7 user but WOW is she ever a fast learner! We met AnneMarie not too long ago and actually, Penny and Jenny just finished shooting episodes with her on Quilting Arts TV (available in 2013). Just the other day, AnneMarie posted this adorable block she made in EQ7: AnneMarie writes us and says,”Yesterday I posted the first paper piecing block I designed with EQ7. It’s a water pitcher block. I’m so thrilled with the results!! This has unleashed a whole new world of possibilities for me. I didn’t know how easy it was to design my own paper pieced designs using the software until now. Thought you might like to see…” Start following gen X quilters. You won’t regret it.

This and That Quilt Free PDF Instructions from

Posted 09-06-2012 by | Posted in: EQ Designers Look What I Did More for EQers

Last week we told you about DoYouEQ Artist, Karen Combs’ quilt in The Quilter Magazine. The quilts titled This and That was designed in EQ7. But is offering the complete PDF instructions free on their website! We love that! Go get it.

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