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Electric Quilt - How Does It Work & Should I Invest?

This introductory demonstration gives a student who owns the Electric Quilt program the confidence to go home and play with it. It's also good for someone who just wants to see how Electric Quilt works before making the decision to purchase it.
Take your quilting into the computer age. Play with color, design and pattern ideas. Rotate or mirror blocks, recolor, add sashing, figure yardage, generate accurate patterns and more with the click of a mouse. Take a tour to see if this design tool is for you.
Many of the commands are what you are already familiar with from use of computers, phones, and tablets.
No computer or EQ software is required for this class, it is lecture and demonstration.
Visit to see an overview on how this computer program can change your quilting life.

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No computer or software required for this class.
Bring pen and paper to take notes.

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details:
Instructor: Barb Gardner
Instructor Bio: Barb has a background in "Textile Design" from Iowa State University and designs patterns under the "Gardners Delights Patterns" name. She started out making traditional quilts and has branched into Modern and Art Quilts. Most of her designs are created using the Electric Quilt Program (EQ). She has taught EQ classes at festivals, state guilds and The International Quilt Festival in Houston. Barb has had works published and won awards with designs using the Electric Quilt (EQ) Program. She had a quilt designed using EQ travel with the Hoffman Challenge. The April 2014 edition of Quilters Newsletter Magazine has an article on computer quilt design and quotes Barb on page 33. She has a quilt in Ricky Tims "Kool Kaleidoscope" video. She has had pieces in the Capitol Quilt Show in Colorado and at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, Colorado. She has two recent publications, both group efforts with the Denver Electric Quilters a small group that explores the EQ program. The most recent was a winning entry in the New Quilts from Old Favorites contest. Barb was inducted into the Colorado Quilt Council Hall of Fame in 2011. She is from Lafayette, Colorado (near Denver) and is active in several local guilds and makes charity quilts.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.