I use it frequently to trace something that I want to use as an applique or to digitize but have only used it once to actually print out a picture. It was for a memory quilt for my granddaughter of her deceased mother. I did not embroider on the picture, just used it as a center block in the quilt. Ann in TN
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I haven't used it yet, but will appreciate lessons on using those features. I recently embroidered 12 aprons for a club and used EQ to draw the hearts for the design. A friend helped me and I was quite happy with the finished design.
How many of you use the photo/image features of the EQ program when creating blocks or creating machine embroidery? Do you use photos to trace images to create the embroidery? Do you print the images and add machine embroidery for detail? What printer fabric do you use when you know you will be hooping the printed fabric for embroidery or applique? Is the photo/image printing ability of the program something
you would ever use? I have used it a fair amount for digitizing, but I don't always print the images I bring into the program. Let me know what you do as it will help me to write lessons for teaching.