Thanks for the explaination even though I amd not the one that asked
abt it! Makes perfect sence to me now and I actually did it! Never
noticed the number size blocks at the bottom til you mentioned them!
Kathy in CA
--- In EQ5@yahoogroups.com, Judee <judeeq@g...> wrote:
> Go ahead and make the box any size when you are placing it in custom
> set. Once the
> block is placed on the background then click on the adjust tool
> button (second one down on the right-looks like four dots and an
> arrow) and then select your block. If you have your graph pad turned
> on, there will be several boxes with numbers at the bottom of your
> screen. The first set of numbers is where the block is on the quilt
> and the second set of numbers is how big is the block you have
> selected. Just change the numbers to what ever you want the block
> size to be.
> If you have placed multiple blocks on your quilt, size the first one
> this way and then select all blocks by pressing shift+ clicking on
> each block. The first one you select the rest will change to that
> size when you use the size arrows at the bottom right of your screen.
> the first button sizes only width, the second one height, and the last
> both width and height.
> hope that helps.
> > The other question I have is in the custom set when I shift to drag a
> > block onto the design how do I know how big I'm making it and if I'm
> > making it square or not? I hope this all made some sense!
> > Glenda Cox GC+
> > Calgary, Alberta
> > www.sleepytimequilting.com