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Re: Reverse printing of block templates Peg, I've printed blocks on clear overhead projector sheets. Then you can use either side or direction. Debbie On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, Ethel Granger

Debbie Zeida
Mar 4
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Re: Reverse printing of block templates Thank you so much, Diane. It was so simple and, no tracing! Don't know why I couldn't find the mirror box before but it worked. Appreciate your help. Peg

parksix
Mar 4
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Re: Reverse printing of block templates Yes Kay. Thanks for that. I wasn't at my computer when I replied and got the boxes mixed up. Sorry for the confusion. Dianne Sent from my iPhone

Dianne
Mar 4
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Re: Reverse printing of block templates I don't seem to have a print box. Here is my path to reversing patterns: I have the block on the worktable. From the menu bar I choose -- 1. File 2. Print 3.

kayahr
Mar 4
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Re: Reverse printing of block templates Printing in reverse is one of the print options. Explore the print box for all the options like showing fabrics etc. HTH. Dianne Sent from my iPhone

Dianne
Mar 3
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Re: Reverse printing of block templates Actually, if you have a light box you can place the pattern face down and trace it and it will be reversed. I use a light-drawing box made by Crayola (in the

Ethel Granger
Mar 3
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Reverse printing of block templates I have created a block that I want to make using paper piecing so selected templates to print. Is there a way the templates can be printed in reverse so that

parksix
Mar 3
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Re: Recoloring block once placed Once you have the original saved to the sketchbook, you can "edit" and change colors and re-save as many times as you wish. All of the changes will be in the

Ethel Granger
Nov 22, 2014
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Recoloring block once placed Anyone, Can you recolor a drawn block once it is placed? I am trying to do this so that I don't have to recolor and save to sketch book for every color! Thanks

budngwen
Nov 22, 2014
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EQ for Mac I recently installed the Mac version of EQ7 on my MacBook Pro. Now I want to make sure I can use the Karen K Stone program , including blocks and fabrics, and

lynndgreen
Oct 17, 2014
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Re: Saving a Palette? I have several palettes saved. Just save each as a project, with a unique name. I keep one for christmas fabrics, one for other holidays, one for floral

sillenn
Jul 25, 2014
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6738

Saving a Palette? I know you can change the default palette, but is there a way to save a second often used palette?

marlee214
Jul 24, 2014
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6737

Re: Block Sizes I made a BOM for my quilt guild, here in Brookfield, WI. It is a simple string block, meant to use up scraps The pattern includes a chart, (14 custom sizes)

wisfritz4
Jul 23, 2014
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Re: block library missing color I also have that problem!! Haven't been able to figure it out, so hoping to get an answer here. Debbie R.

Debra Reber
Jul 22, 2014
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6735

block library missing color I have no idea how this happened, I lost all the coloring in my block library for Eq7 and blockbase, any idea how to get it back

ccerasi
Jul 21, 2014
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