Please be aware that with EQ8 coming out, the blocks are designed in EQ7 so that you will have access even though you might not upgrade.
These files only work if you have EQ7 or EQStitch installed on your computer, and may not work with earlier versions. These files are inaccessible without EQ7! Click on the .pj7 file to transfer it to your computer and place it in your Electric Quilt folder. That should do it.
IF you have problems downloading, try a different browser!
If you have EQ7, download the files as they appear. I will do my best to load the EQ designs with the blocks each month, although I won’t guarantee to get them out at the same time as the PDF. Just so many hours in the day. Check back often!
Have fun using them in your EQ quilts. If you design a quilt with these blocks, I would love to see it and will share it in my BOM Gallery! That actually applies to any quilt made from my patterns, whether or not it is in EQ. Always love to see your work!
ATTENTION EQer’s! Please read the note cards. Since the program generates the templates, it isn’t possible to have parts in front and behind a motif at the same time. The note card has instructions on how the part is to be placed. I foresee that each appliquéd letter will have stems or leaves behind the actual letter or pass through the openings. You can also decide for yourself how you want the stems and leaves placed.
When a letter has closed areas, as O, P, Q and R have, those areas are cut out of the letter fabric, exposing the background. A little reverse appliqué for you!
Those templates are “broken” to allow for the background to show, or to place a stem or leaf behind and in front of it. Cut the WHOLE letter from your fabric, not individual parts as the template page may show. The whole letters are available in the file.
If you want to talk about the blocks or EQ7, leave a comment below or come to the latest blog, at the link.