Special Editions

These are downloads that have been part of an EQ contest, challenge or series.

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Rithmetic-EQ

This quilt was designed by Patti Carey for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Rithmetic.

Cherry Basket

This quilt was designed by Lori Miller for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Cherry Basket Table Topper.

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This quilt was designed by Alyce Blyth for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Tic Tac Toe.

CelticHeritage

This free project is part of our Pearls of Wisdom celebrating EQ’s 30th Anniversary!

Crossroads

This quilt was designed by Melissa Corry for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Crossroads.

Sew Floral

This quilt was designed by Kimberly Einmo for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary!

Applecore

This quilt was designed by Yvonne Menear for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Applecore.

Pearly Twirl

This quilt was designed by Barb Vlack for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Pearly Twirl.

Schell-PaperSnowflakes

This quilt was designed by Kari Schell for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Paper Snowflakes.

Amazon

This quilt was designed by Jan Allston for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Amazon.

[Solomon] Splash 2018; Quilted by Kristi Ryan

This quilt was designed by Anita Grossman Solomon for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Splash.

Color Wheel

This quilt was designed by Karen Ackva for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary! This quilt is called Color Wheel.

EQ-project

This quilt was designed by Nancy Mahoney for the Pearls of Wisdom celebration of EQ’s 30th Anniversary!

19-DeanPenny-Blog

“We send holiday greetings and wishes for peace and happiness this coming New Year to our EQ users all over the world! We thought we’d say it with “The Shirts,” because these are blocks Dean drew for an early version of EQ so many years ago. We don’t recall seeing anyone actually ever use these blocks, but we love them just the same and think…

18-BeaLee-Blog

A note from Bea: “I wanted to create a big “Jesus” in the middle of a table runner and then added an auto border and found the vine border and thought of the John 15:5 bible verse and added that on layer 2. I kept the colors in red and green Christmas colors.” -Bea Lee

17-LindaFranz-Blog

A note from Linda: “Quilters who use Inklingo know that you don’t have to be an expert quilter with advanced skills to sew a stunning  Double Wedding Ring quilt. Print the cutting and stitching lines on fabric with your ordinary Inkjet, rotary cut, and piece by sewing along the printed lines. Christmas Rings can be sewn by hand OR by machine. Some quilters will want…

16-PattiCarey-Blog

A note from Patti: “This is a quilt that I designed for this year’s Quilts From 100 Blocks, based on a block that I designed (in EQ of course) for 100 Blocks Volume 9.  I really liked the Christmas Traditions collection by Tracey Sims for Northcott, especially the cardinal border stripe, and this quilt seemed a great way to showcase it.  When I made up…

15-TobyLischko-Blog

A note from Toby: “I used a snowman applique design that was in EQ, added the facial features and outlined the snowman to look like I put a running stitch around it. I learned a lot of things while designing this quilt since I had never done anything like it before. I thought putting it in front of the star blocks made it more interesting.…

12-LerleneNevaril-Blog

A note from Lerlene: “With the blocks in this project your designs can be subtle or striking – it all depends on value. Use colors close in value and the effect is subtle. Use high contrast and the quilt sings. You’re the conductor – you choose the instruments and make the music. (I haven’t veered off into another universe – I’m still talking “quilting.”) To…

11-SandiBlackwell-Blog

A note from Sandi: “I’ve always loved the red and white twist look from a candy cane! It reminds me of the excitement of Christmas!  Even more, I love the excitement in a child’s eye when they see a Christmas tree…seemed right to mix the two into a holiday table runner.” -Sandi Blackwell

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