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Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

I used EQ7, have used EQ since version 4, and I don't make a quilt without first creating it in EQ. There are still a lot of features in it that I'm not good
K R Ritchie
Nov 30, 2016
#6832
 
6831

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please. and a side question

Cheryl, I am sorry that I cannot speak to your digitizing and embroidery question. I do not use EQ Stitch or any embroidery function. I do preview quilting
wisfritz4
Nov 27, 2016
#6831
 
6830

EQ7 - Thank you for your comments

Ladies, Thank you for your comments, both on the list and directly to me. I should have added, I had EQ5 first and could NOT understand it no matter how hard I
wisfritz4
Nov 26, 2016
#6830
 
6829

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

I had it since the first edition and used it a lot. No not hard but as people began to steal it that put more copyright restrictions and now I'm older and the
ozarkjoy
Nov 26, 2016
#6829
 
6828

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please. and a side question

I am very happy with the activation process for EQ7. I did NOT like the limit of 4 activations with EQ6, I was very happy when they came out with 7 and I
Eileen Hoheisel
Nov 26, 2016
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6827

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

Donna, that's exactly what I did. I think I did 2 lessons per week. I often went back and reviewed the previous week, before starting the new lessons. Brenda
Brenda Hare
Nov 26, 2016
#6827
 
6826

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

EQ7 comes with the PDF lessons, I think there are about 22 of them. I printed them out and did each lesson, can't believe how much I learned by doing this.
Donna Convery
Nov 26, 2016
#6826
 
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Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

I have EQ since v1. I have taught a number of classes over the years and I advise students to use EQ as if they were making a quilt without it. Decided if you
marlee214
Nov 26, 2016
#6825
 
6824

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

Was EQ5 difficult. Went to a yard sale and purchased it. How hard is it. I think it all depends on your basic computer knowledge.. I think 5 was fairly easy..
Linda Parkinson
Nov 26, 2016
#6824
 
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Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please. and a side question

Hi Johanna I have had EQ since the beginning and have used all versions. I must admit to not using it much these days - partly because I have more designs
catsatararat
Nov 26, 2016
#6823
 
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Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

Was EQ5 difficult. Went to a yard sale and purchased it. How hard is it. Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android On Fri, Nov 25, 2016 at 11:13 AM, Joyce Sutton
Oleavia Hammond
Nov 25, 2016
#6822
 
6821

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

I became frustrated with EQ6 the copyright was so confining. I had a and often have a lot of computer issues and would have to reconstruct my drive and would
Joyce Sutton
Nov 25, 2016
#6821
 
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Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

I love my EQ7. I was first introduced to it when I worked for a quilt shop in VA and the owner designed quilts for shop hops, we all worked on patterns /
Deanna Davis
Nov 25, 2016
#6820
 
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Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

Linda, Working through the book didn't make it for me. There are free lessons in the software itself. That's how I learned how to use the software. I sat
Brenda Hare
Nov 25, 2016
#6819
 
6818

Re: EQ7: Would Love Your Opinion, please.

Hi, I'm new to 7.. I had 6 and the upgrade to 7 and didn't install either for several YEARS .. not sure why.. but mostly computer issues. I find it fairly
Linda Parkinson
Nov 25, 2016
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