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In EQ7, you are working with finished sizes. When planning your patch/block sizes in EQ7, subtract ½” from the pre-cut size to account for seam allowance.

In EQ7, you are working with finished sizes. When planning your patch/block sizes in EQ7, subtract ½” from the pre-cut size to account for seam allowance.

I Love My Electric Quilt – 10 Tips For Using EQ |

I Love My Electric Quilt – 10 Tips For Using EQ |

Disappearing Nine Patch | Lessons | DoYouEQ.com

Disappearing Nine Patch

Disappearing Nine Patch | Lessons | DoYouEQ.com

Announcing the EQ7 Summer Drawing Series on the Do You EQ Blog!

Announcing the EQ7 Summer Drawing Series on the Do You EQ Blog!

ClubEQ is a free club any EQ user can join, simply by using EQ to design a quilt. Club leader, Barb Vlack, presents monthly challenges. Those EQ users who join the challenge (and the fun) send in a pr

Tool Tip Tuesday! – The Auto Borders Tool | The Electric Quilt Blog

Tool Tip Tuesday! – The Auto Borders Tool

Tool Tip Tuesday! – The Auto Borders Tool | The Electric Quilt Blog

You can create your own "fabric" using the Photo Layout Tile feature.    Add a photo(s) to your Sketchbook either through the Library...        by importing your own photos...    or through the Image worktable...    Click FILE

Quick Tip Tuesday! Creating your own “fabric” in EQ7

You can create your own "fabric" using the Photo Layout Tile feature. Add a photo(s) to your Sketchbook either through the Library... by importing your own photos... or through the Image worktable... Click FILE

Tutorial - How to Design Triangle Quilts in EQ7

Tutorial - How to Design Triangle Quilts in EQ7

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