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In previous blog posts I’ve compared Quilt-Pro 6 with EQ and explored how to design a simple quilt. This time I’ve been having a look at how to draw a simple block. All blocks in Quilt-Pro are drawn using patches rather than lines (if you are an EQ user, it is similar to Patch Draw).…

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Quilt-Pro is a quilt design program for your computer. It works in similar way to EQ8 but there are a few differences particularly in the drawing functions. Both have pre-loaded blocks and fabrics and both offer further blocks and fabrics via their websites or blogs. Both have excellent technical support – you can email them…

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Quilt-Pro 6 is a Windows-based quilt design program for your computer (for Mac users it is version 5). It does much the same as Electric Quilt (EQ) but does it slightly differently. They both have their good points and their drawbacks and I have owned both for a very long time although it is EQ…

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Last time I just showed you how to draw and colour a straightfoward square before turning lots of these squares into a simple 9-patch block and quilt. If you haven’t read that blog yet you might like to read it first before trying triangles as I am likely to assume you know a few things…

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You don’t really need expensive sophisticated programs to design a simple quilt – although they do help – as hidden in Word are a set of drawing tools. I’ve still got an older version of Word so my screen may look a little different to yours, but search and you will find the drawing tools,…