EQ Projects

These project files will open right up into your Electric Quilt software. After downloading, open EQ and click the “View Sketchbook” button. There you’ll find any quilts, blocks and fabrics included in each project!

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This banner is quick and easy to make. Just add your own colors, change the flower applique to something you like better and then marvel at how cute it looks hanging at the party! Print out the templates for the letters and one for the block. Better yet, add image of your party girl or boy to personalize the banner! With EQ7 new Image work table you…


Jazz up your holiday quilt border with some twinkling lights.


With today’s unpredictable weather, it could snow ANYWHERE!


This simple quilt layout is perfect for 4” snapshots, printed on fabric. And works with EQ7 since you can crop your photos right in EQ7. We’ve had many requests for this project file so we share it with you here. See the Notecard for some instructions.


Linda made an EQ7 project to start your own experimentation with the historic Lucy Boston quilt “Patchwork of the Crosses.” Recolor Linda’s pre-designed quilts with your own fabrics in EQ7. Or combine her blocks to create your own beautiful mosaic quilts. (Be sure to view Linda’s block notecards for block sizes since she’s pre-sized the blocks for her Inklingo shapes.) See beautiful block coloring ideas…


Cathy Picaut, and her Mosaic Tile Quilt project were featured in the current (Feb-March, 2011) Quilter’s Newsletter. Cathy inspired 20 quilting friends into turning her passion for intricate Spanish-Moorish tilework into 22 quilts exhibited at the Abbaye de Trizay. She shares with EQ7 owners the group project, “Les Zelliges de Marrakech.” (Her project contains Quilt 1 in centimeters and Quilt 2 in inches). Cathy is a quilt teacher and…


Riddle: When does a square block form a cube? Answer: When it’s set into a baby block setting. Open this “Waffles” project and you may be surprised to see how this design was created.


Own EQ7? Then download this free Sampler Project of Kaleidoscope blocks Andrea Bishop created for you from her Kaleidoscope Collection CD. Then work through the 12 fun lessons for owners of Kaleidoscope Collection and EQ6 or EQ7!


Download our free New Year’s Fireworks project which puts star points in a quarter-log cabin.


Another cute foundation-pieceable project from Heidi Kory for you.


Depending on where you live, it may be spring cleaning time. Here’s a tableunner project for your fresh, clean home.


EQ’s Heidi Kory designed this cute “In Like a Lamb” project for you to download.


Previously featured in The Quilter, this gorgeous quilt is from Erin McMorris. It also includes her fabric line called, Summersault. The EQ7 project has 3 simple quilt designs and a palette full of Erin’s latest fabric line –Summersault from Free Spirit.


This adorable quilt comes with 1 block from the Kaleidoscope Collections library!


As seen in Fat Quarterly Magazine! Get this EQ7 project file for this little Robot Friend.


As seen in Aug/Sept 2011 issue of Quilters Newsletter, Frosted Cupcakes is a refreshed a beautiful old quilt into a fresh new replica using EQ7.

Tannenbaum Forrest

Perfect for Holiday decorations! This quilt is easy and fast to make especially if you have the AccuQuilt GO! dies.


Make this freshened up version of a vintage favorite! As seen in Quiltmaker Jan/Feb 2011 issue, this EQ7 Schoolhouse Quilt is adorable.


EQ Printables, Premium Cotton Fabric Sheets are perfect for creating memory quilts and heirloom projects. Get this EQ7 file to get started.


Sometimes we pass this tote bag pattern out in the booth at trade shows. It is great for parents and grandparents who want to show off their kids! It uses Printable fabric for the faces.

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