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I started working at Electric Quilt as a graphic design intern back in 2001 and stayed on after I graduated from college. I’ve caught the quilting bug while working here at EQ–you can only see so many beautiful quilts before you want to try making one yourself! I blog about everything from sewing to EQ tutorials. My favorite posts are the sew alongs I get to host with all of you!

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I love sharing photos of EQ-designed quilts and info about the designer! EQ users are always encouraged to send us photos of their projects so we can show our readers. I also like to follow our EQ Artists and share what they’re currently up to. Whether it’s a new book, free patterns or EQ tutorials, they’ve always got something worth sharing!

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I started taking quilting classes when I was nine years old! One of my teachers at the time was EQ Margaret. She mentioned the Electric Quilt Company and after I graduated college, I decided to apply. I’ve now been working here for over 12 years! I’m excited to share tips and tricks on the blog as well as interesting magazine articles, and other quilty happenings.

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I have been quilting for over two decades and was an EQ user for years before joining the team in 2020. In fact, I made my first quilt with the help of EQ3 when I was in junior high. I have a PhD in Folklore and wrote my dissertation on colonial and early American quilt history. I blog about cool things related to quilt history!

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Lori is a Quilter, Pattern Designer, Educator and EQ8 Superfan from Oxford, Michigan. She enjoys the design process and one of her favorite tools is EQ8 Quilt Design software. She teaches EQ8 classes around the country and contributes to EQ8 Lessons with Lori on the blog. As an Accuquilt GO! Getter, she shares tutorials and patterns of her designs on the Accuquilt blog. Combining these two products, Lori is the creator of Add-on EQ8 Block Libraries that work with Accuquilt dies. Lori’s original Quilt Designs have been featured in American Patchwork and Quilting, Fons and Porter Love of Quilting, American Quilter and many other quilt publications. She enjoys being a member of the Modern Quilt Guild and the Stitching Sisters Quilts of Valor group. See Lori's one-of-a-kind style on her blog, Lori Miller Designs.

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I started working at Electric Quilt in 2020 for a co-op and am so excited to now be a full-time staff member! I love sharing our monthly Design Challenges with you all, as well as our 30th Anniversary Pearls of Wisdom! It’s very inspiring to see all the wonderful quilts our users create!

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As a quilter and machine embroidery individual, I learned very quickly that I could do so much more with my computerized machines if I knew how to use the computer and all the different programs that support our quilt designing and machine embroidery designing. I had already retired from my career as a dental hygienist of 40 years to now become even busier with my career of teaching sewing and all the related topics.

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