We decided to have a little intra-office fun featuring our newest product, Quiltmaker 100 Blocks Volume 5! Check out what each one of us did with the block we chose! Feel free to comment below and tell us what you think! If you’re ever designing in EQ7, snap a quick pic and post it to social media with the hashtag “#ShowMeYourScreen.” We can’t wait to see what you come up with! Sara Block #472 “Galaxy X” by Deborah Johnson “This block was set into a 3 x 3 on-point layout. I love the secondary designs that are produced! The quilt is colored with mostly Riley Blake fabrics from EQ Stash Online – 2014 Download 02!” – Sara Jenny Block #483 “Mia Bella” by Judy Martin “I always love a good star block! I wanted to make a wallhanging size quilt, so the block 36” square. The fabrics are a variety
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.
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,