EQ7 - Easy enough for a 12-year-old!

I had been sitting at our kitchen table, playing with EQ7 on my laptop.  I stepped away from the computer, and along comes my DD2 (recently turned 12 years old) into the kitchen.  She sees what is on the screen and sits down to play with it.  It doesn't take her long, and she's colored in a baby blocks quilt to a 3-D effect using Moda Kota Batiks.

My 12-year-old's quilt she designed in no-time on EQ7
I like the rainbow spectrum.  ROY G BIV  :-)

She is the Crafty One of my kids, but I think it goes to show that this EQ software is pretty intuitive and easy to learn.  I saved her quilt project file, in case she ever wants to make it one day.

Happy Stitching!!


  1. A good beginning for a future quilt designer maybe. Who knows...
    I love my EQ too, but don't have EQ7 yet, only 6. Is it very different?? Is it worth the upgrade?? I'm still in doubt. Since I have EQ it's become a second hobby for me designing quilts.

    1. I haven't used EQ6, so I don't know how it works compared to EQ7. I did find the following link on the Electric Quilt website that is for the EQ7 Upgrade, and it talks about what is new with EQ7 version. EQ7 - Upgrade Features
      Hope this helps!

  2. Neat program!! Sylvia, I'm nominating you for a Liebster Award!!! Check out my post with the details and let me know if you have any questions! It's all about new bloggers getting to know each other and motivating each other!

    -Jade www.muffinteahouse.com

    1. hi Jade,
      Thanks for the nomination! I'll work on my response and post it soon.
      Have a great week!

  3. I love the design, would it tell you how much material you need of each color? I'm new to quilting and don't have an electric quilt 7 or even know what it is. But I like the design.


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