As all websites do
Electric Quilt's new website under their own domain name electricquilt.com is
maturing rapidly into a blossoming wealth of information. We have been carrying
their products from the onset and the Electric Quilt product line is one of our
most popular. Part of EQ's success is they really care about their customers and
this shows on their website and what they are offering as support.
Supporting The Expressive Quilter In Tradition, Innovation, Art & Computer Quilting
8, March 2000
Editor: Sharla Hicks
Here is some of what you will find at ElectricQuilt.com: EQ4
Show download available. This is a slideshow view for the quilts
we create in Electric Quilt 4. When EQ ran out of time in the EQ4
development phase they had to leave a few things things. What a class
act the EQ folks are as in the EQ 4.1 update they added some back
and this EQ Show gift is their way of giving back what they could
not finish and as a new century thank you. If you have not downloaded
your version yet, click
here to open a new browser page to Electric Quilt download page
Our page will remain open in its own window, check the Start bar for
Windows for easy access to find us. Enjoy!
- Update: February 2110: We are now on to Electric Quilt 6. Same
Quality and expert.
- Update: February 2110: Have you check out the Electric Quilt's
website yet. They have forumns tutorials and more to help the EQ
- This is the place where you will find the latest Floppy Gazette including
a tutorial lifted from Barb Vlark's book, EQ4 Magic. If you have not
purchased this book yet because you have not seen inside the cover,
here is a great chance to take a peak. Remember we have EQ4
Magic at our great everyday discount pricing.
- A search for EQ tutorials is always a good idea for some excellent
ideas for running Electric Quilt. Here is a list of the tutorials you
will find around the web for some VERY high quality tutorials for running
- Here were somne early tutoris for EQ:
- Borders in Electric Quilt by Barbara Skj°nberg.
- Drafting Hawaiian Blocks by Suzanne Sanger.
- Editing Nodes in PatchDraw by Barbara Skj°nberg.
- Tracing Bitmaps by Rita Denenberg.
- Piecing Diagrams by Patti Anderson.
- Star Sashes by Patti Anderson.
- Skewing Blocks into Diamonds by Patti Anderson.
- Drawing 45 Degree Diamonds by Patti Anderson.
- Drawing a Block within a Block by Patti Anderson.
- Playing with 60 Degrees in PatchDraw by Patti Anderson.
- Partitioned Blocks by Patti Anderson.
- Using EQ4 .WMF Files in Word by Candy Glendening.
- Country Set on Nancy's Web site.
- Country Set Layout and Layers by Barbara Skj°nberg.
- Tiling Fabric Scans by Lily Kerns.
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EQ is a monthly challenge that encourages you to develope new skills and learn
EQ 4 better.
- Electric Quilt sponsors a Mystery Quilt, this one
is coming to a conclusion: EQuinox Mystery by Megan McMorris and Quilt Design
by Fran Iverson Gonzalez
- EQ Forum is a bulletin board for you post
and answer questions.
here to open a new browser page to Electric Quilt's Studio. Our
page will remain open in its own window, check the Start bar for Windows
for easy access to find us.
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