Quilt Designing

These lessons will give you tips and tricks for designing different types of quilt layout styles and borders.

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Greg Rehill from BC Canada, presents a lesson on drawing Hexagon blocks. you need prior experience to complete this lesson. You’ll find Hexagons Lesson Part 1 in the EQ7 lessons list.  The lesson can be done in EQ6 or EQ7. Greg lets you download his Hexagon Block file whether you do his lesson or not.


Don’t forget that just one block can create a stunning and complex-looking quilt merely by repeating it. The “Wow” effect doesn’t require years of quilting experience.


It’s magic! This quick little lesson introduces you to playful coloring tools you may not have used — one of them even recolors the whole quilt for you. Expect the unexpected!


Learn how to use Auto Borders for quick, beautiful quilts.


EQ7 LESSON: This “easy enough for beginners” lesson shows you how to make a new block out of an old block.


EQ7 LESSON: This easy quilt method starts with sewn Nine-Patch blocks which you cut into quarters. By flipping and rotating these quarter blocks (easy in EQ), you discover interesting secondary designs.


EQ7 AND EQ6 LESSON: Learn how to rotate fabric and design a candy striper quilt.


EQ7 LESSON: Based on Barbara Brackman’s lesson, learn how to create snakes in EQ7. Download the EQ project to begin this lesson.


EQ7 LESSON: Super-easy lesson about making sashes forming Ohio Stars. Even if you want a different sash look this lesson will teach you two points applying to any sash block:


EQ7 LESSON: How to make a Twister Block.


EQ7 LESSON: Learn how to draw and design a dream catcher quilt in EQ7.

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