Thursday, March 18, 2010

Electric Quilt Company Celebrates With " I Have A Notion"

Day 4 of
30 Days of Giveaways


The Electric Quilt Company (EQ) has joined in the Celebration and are offering their Quilt Design Wizard software to one lucky IHAN reader!!! Thank You EQ!!!

The Quilt Design Wizard software is for those of you who are beginning quilters and software users.  This is a great way to start designing quilts on your computer.  It has simple pieced blocks, straight/horizontal layouts, on-point layouts, and the ability to change colors.   I like to think of it as dipping your toe in the water to see if you want to jump all the way in. 

Want to know more?  EQ has an entire page dedicated to educating you about their Quilt Design Wizard software so you buy (or win!!!) feeling confident you know what you are getting and can use it once you have it.

I have personally never used the Quilt Design Wizard  software but I have the EQ6 Quilt Design Software.  It has always been difficult for me to learn new material and I get intimidated fairly quickly and shut down when it comes to even thinking about learning new computer software.  So for me to say I have really enjoyed my EQ6 and have found it very manageable to learn, really says something!!!

The Electric Quilt Company has made their software fail proof....and I'm not just saying that to be nice....it is 100% true.  These are just some examples of what EQ does to make sure you are successful once you purchase their software:

A host of demo videos available on their website-free-

  • What You Get with EQ6

  • Designing Quilts

  • Adding Borders

  • Printing Patterns

  • Importing Photos, Scans, and More

  • Drawing Blocks

  • More About Drawing

  • Quilt Gallery
 EQ also offers:
Newsletter
Club EQ
Lessons, Classes and Tutorials
Forums
Books (one comes with EQ6...others are available for purchase)
Tech Support
Customer Service


Oh, and I mention they have their own channel on You Tube?


They have crossed every "t" and dotted every "i."  If you have any interest what-so-ever in designing your own quilts or if you want to know what your fabrics will look like once cut into your pattern....EQ software is for you. 




You probably want to know how to win the Electric Quilt Design Wizard software, right?


You must leave a comment on this post sharing either your experience with EQ Software or telling me why you would like to have an experience with EQ software


The Electric Quilt Company will mail the Quilt Design Wizard software to the winner of this drawing (drawing being held on 4/16). Comments will close on 4/15/2010.


If you would like to read about my EQ6 experience....click here. :)


For those of you who may be first time visitors to the IHAN blog, you may want to read more about the 30 Days of Giveaways and learn how to get more entries into the drawings.  You can click on the link above or go to IHAN website and on the left side on the bottom there is a link that says "Happy First Anniversary."


Smiles,
Kelly
(PS....I have no personal relation to the Electric Quilt Company and everything that I have written has been from my (very positive) experience)

114 comments:

  1. Dear Kelly Josephine.....my sassafrass....HAPPY BIRTHDAY....as I look at your six year old picture I clearly see Aaron and Zachary...how lucky you are.

    Love you...Mom

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  2. I am always up for a challenge if I have a partner, so if I win I would get you to figure it out with me....lol I like computer stuff, but don't know too much about the program either.

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  3. I had no idea there was such a thing! I've always wanted EQ, but the cost and the idea of spending more time on the computer when I should be sewing has always kept me from buying it. It sounds like the Quilt Design Wizard is just what I need! (I guess I'll wait to see if I win, but I have a feeling that I'll be ordering one soon!)

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  4. I have a little bit of EQ6 experience as my mom has it and I play once in a while at her house. I think I would use it more if I had it, but I still have lots of patterns I want to make without designing my own too.

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  5. Kelly, I am like you, it is hard for me to learn new things. And this program sounds like a real winner. Thanks to EQ for helping those of us who need a little extra help. Wonderful giveaway, and thanks for entering me ;-)

    Hope you had a wonderful birthday.

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  6. Kelly, What a generous offer! BTW Happy Birthday! I'm fairly new to quilting. I have many quilt ideas in my head and think EQ would be a great help expressing my ideas. Like you, I shut down if things get too complex but I've heard good things about EQ. Thanks for entering me in your contest.

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  7. I have always wanted to have the sw and have almost purchased it many times. It would be fantastic to win and get even more creative with my quilt designs.

    Patty D from NC

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  8. Hi Kelly,
    I don't have any experience with EQ6 but I hear about often. Because of my limited income I am unable to purchase it. I would love to have the chance to win the give away.
    Happy Belated Birthday,
    Elaine

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  9. I have never used any quilt design software, but I would love to learn. Quilt Design Wizard sounds like a good way to get your feet wet!

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  10. I love, love, love EQ. And the Quilt Design Wizard sounds like a fun and easy to use software package that anyone could easily learn to create beautiful quilts. The price is extremely resonable too (amazing for any software package).

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  11. Well, I am new to IHAN as I just found the link on Happy Cottage Quilter's blog but I am intrigued. I have started using EQ that came with my Bernina Embroidery software...probably version 1! I am so to read manuals but on top of that mine was inadvertantly thrown out :-(
    So Quilt Design Wizard sounds like just the right thing for me. Thank you to EQ for celebrating with you. I'll have to check out their product support as I have alot to learn.
    Happy Anniversary IHAN!

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  12. Happy Anniversary Kelly!! And Happy Birthday also!! Thanks for the great giveaway, I've always wanted EQ6 and never got around to purchasing it. It might be fun to play around and design my own quilt. Thanks again.

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  13. I would love to have an experience with EQ software because many people in blogland rave about and show me the wonderful designs they come up with; I would like to join them!

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  14. oh la la, I just got a computerized sewing machine and would love to have this. although i haven't mastered the brother ped-basic software yet.

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  15. I've never plunged into EQ, mainly the cost. The wizard sounds like it would be easy to use. The thought of being able to design your own blocks and check out the colours would indeed be a joy. Thanks for giving us the chance to win one. Sharonj.

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  16. Hi Kelly,
    I am very intimidated by new technology and this sounds like I MAY be able to learn how to use the program....maybe.
    Always,
    Sandy
    cha16946san@epix.net

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  17. I have a hard time visualizing designs in my head and knowing how they will look... this wonderful software would allow me to "see" my quilts before I start cutting and I would be much more successful in the end!

    SHeilaC

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  18. I'm an EQ virgin. I love quilting and lord knows I'm on my computer a lot... I would think some sort of software would be beneficial...

    Happy anny, dear!

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  19. I love EQ, I love EQ:) It is a great way to celebrate your creative quilt dreams...oh I can dream even bigger if I win the design wizard! I just want to win it all...oh and yesterday was my birthday...lol. Happy Birthday to you Kelly! March babies are awesome! Thank you friend! Jenny

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  20. It was great meeting you tonight and I look forward to having you in my Modena;and Italian Balcony class tomorrow
    Linda M Poole
    http://www.lmpoole.blogspot.com

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  21. Oh, this is a fabulous give-away. I've never used Electronic Quilting software, so I'd love to try this out. It looks like it is EQ on a smaller scale, so I could try it before I go the whole hog and get EQ6. It would be fun to try a lay outs of blocks and quilts before I commit to fabric. Crossing my fingers :D.

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  22. ooough la, la! what a lovely prize you are giving away with that EQ software!!! WOW, I can only dream that I'd be so lucky b/c as much as I'd love to have EQ and enjoy using it... I simply cannot afford it's price tag b/c as the Go Fish guys put it... "If you work all day and ya never get paid... YOUR a MOM!" :P

    Thanks for all the great links and the tip that they are on youtube. I'm clicking on them all tonight! ;)

    Love from Texas! ~bonnie

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  23. I LOVE EQ!! Not too good at it, but good enoough to get me by. I purchased EQ a couple of years ago when I hosted a Civil War Love Letters Block of the Month at my local quilt store. It was an amazing tool that I could not have lived without! Love to own the newer toy! Tell EQ Thanks for the great giveaway and count me in!!

    Happy Birthday by the way, and big birthday hugs to you!!

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  24. What an incredible giveaway. I would love to win this as I have only seen it through blogs. Our LQS has classes on it's use too. I have just sorted my fabric closet and realize that I have to get busy creating quilts with ALL the fabric that I have.

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  25. Happy Birthday! I haven't quilted in a while but hope to get back to it very soon. The idea of creating on the computer sounds wonderful to me and I'd love to win this prize to help get me quilting again.

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  26. This sounds like a great intro to EQ. I have not wanted to think about one but maybe if I had the exposure I might change my mind. So if I win...
    I might have to have the lap top that my husband keeps trying to buy for me.

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  27. I would like to win the Elictric Quilt Co. give away so I can learn how to change colors and blocks and know what they will look like before I cut them to pieces. Anita Kopp
    akopp4@roadrunner.com

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  28. I am a new quilter and would love to be able to design my own quilts.

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  29. I would love to win the software because as a novice quilter, I find my inability to imagine how various colors and patterns will work together to be my biggest stumbling block! Thanks for the chance!

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  30. AWESOME! I love the EQ programs and with my EQ5 software I was able to design a quilt; make it; impress some folks and complete the design and teach a class on how to make the quilt. The quilt was entered into the 2004 Robert Kaufman Quilt Quest...it did not win any ribbons, but it did travel the US and Canada! So yes I love the EQ5 that I have and hopefully someday soon a EQ6 will be apart of my equipment! I really cannot say enough about it!
    hugz
    Pam

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  31. I loved seeing the presentation from EQ. Though I usually do my own patterns, this would be great for helping me visualized the final product. Yea!

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  32. I have absolutely no experience with EQ, but I would sure love to win it so I can experience it! LOL!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. I would LOVE to win this EQ looks like so much fun to play with. I've only ever seen it used at craft show here in Australia and am always afraid to ask how much does it cost because the mark up and exchange rate make buying things from USA really expensive.

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  34. Hi Kelly,
    I appreciate the shipping to Wellsboro via Mary Jane. Thanks for creating this store.
    sismep@yahoo.com

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  35. EQ software is the best! I have EQ6 and use it so much! I started a BOM the first of the year and was having trouble with my fabric choices. I just added them to EQ, drew up my block, added the fabrics until I got them where they looked great. What a great help!

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  36. Your anniversary celebration drawings are truly an ingenious idea! You are getting people to look at products they knew nothing about previously, they are coming back to your site, you are planting seeds - you are a fantastic marketer! Great job.

    And Happy Birthday to you as well!

    Oh, yes - the matter of drawing my name for this prize - please, please, please! How fun it would be to create your own quilt. The quilting process is so personal any way, that to create the design would add just that much more to the finished quilt - it could be a keepsake!

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  37. I would love to try EQ6 because I keep hearing all of these good things about it!

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  38. Quilt Design Wizard sounds like something I can handle and I'd be thrilled to win! For my purposes, I would have a hard time justifying the expense of EQ also, so this could be just right. Happy Anniversary, IHAN!

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  39. This would be a dream to win! I'm learning so much about quilting and I would love to be more creative and design my own! What a fabulous prize. Cindy

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  40. how did I miss this one, is it to late to enter into this lovely giveaway? I would love to win the software.

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  41. Kelly I have EQ6 and I have designed 2 runners and 2 pillows.Having this will be a joy.

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  42. I've been eyeing EQ6 - but this would be a step in the right direction! Thanks for the chance Kelly :)

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  43. I haven't tried EQ (yet), but I learn software very quickly and would love the opportunity to mesh my computer and my quilting!

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  44. Oh, what a great giveaway! I am so coveting this software! I would go absolutely crazy with it. I love designing but the math not so much.

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  45. Well... I love using the computer! I love designing and so I think this software would be a great fit for me. Since I am a visual person I would benefit from seeing my design worked out for me. Looks like great fun!

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  46. Before I retired, my job had me using computers daily to do my work and solve problems. I love how they make life easier!! I haven't yet tried EQ, but if I did get this intro to it, I'm sure I'd be hooked.
    Kathie L in Allentown

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  47. I had EQ 5 and 6 on my laptop, which has died recently, and the disks were lost in a move in 2006 so I have been without my beloved quilt programs. I loved how easy it was to mock up a quilt, figure out sizing, colour options, everything! I'd open it up whenever the mood struck, I needed some math help and it made quilting so much easier and enjoyable. And I never lose my work, like I invariably do with paper!

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  48. EQ is a dream, I've seen so many beautiful designs made on it. I've never tried it, but I would love to.

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  49. I love EQ!!! I got mine last year and have loved the ease of designing my own quilts! I think it is an excellent program for the price and the learning curve is pretty easy. I love that the manual was more like a step by step (with lots of pictures) workbook rather than just a "manual" I've also thought about getting the design wizard for those times I just need to do a simple quilt design

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  50. Oh....I could truly use that program!!

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  51. Like you...new technology and learning new programs isn't my favorite....BUT if you can do it, maybe I can too.

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  52. I love the idea of playing with a pattern (your Jan post), especially the storm at sea pattern! I have seen this pattern become ribbons of color--wondering how the heck they figured that out! I bet it would be easy to do with the EQ6. I'd love to give it a shot!

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  53. I have never used this program ... as I am very new to this craft... but I have read quite a bit about it on different blogs and would love the opportunity to have a hands on experience with it...
    Cath's Blog

    Cath Ü

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  54. thanks for letting us know that the give aways are not closed yet! I have EQ (or any form there of) on my wish list...boy is my wish list long. Thank goodness for things like birthdays, Christmas, and Mothers Day right? =) I have a few ideas for quilts I'd love to see through and colored pencils and graph paper are not ideal!

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  55. Hi and greetings from Western Australia. Thanks for making this possible. The software looks great. I have taught IT for 16 years and am relatively new to quilting. I think this would be really good for me with my background. Please enter me in the giveaway. regards Sam

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  56. I haven't tried EQ software before, but I am getting more and more interested in desiging my own patterns, so this would be such a fun adventure!

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  57. i've never tried any eqc products before but i'd love to have a go!
    who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks??????
    gill

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  58. I would love to try this EQ product.

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  59. Wow, I have no idea what to do with EQ or this Quilt Design Wizard, so i would be a challenge for me to figure it out, but I'm always up for a new challenge. Would love to learn how to use the Design Wizard and then maybe I could figure out how to use the EQ too.

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  60. I have dreamed of owning thisn software. I hgope it will work with winmjdows 7. I have gone to their website several times but I cannot afford this software at this time. It would help so much in my7 color choices and designs of my quilts. I hope I win Thank you Karol

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  61. I've been one of those standing on the outside looking in with EQ. It has been something I wished I had, but been afraid, like you of the extra learning curve. You have given me more courage to think I might be able to learn. I have lots of designs in my head, and some on graph paper with colored pencils. How much more fun to put them in EQ. I realize it would be much easier on EQ. How fun.
    Thank you for this drawing

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  62. I've never used EQ before, but I've seen awesome things that other quilters have done with it... so I'd love to have the chance to try it out!

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  63. I have never used EQ before, but am always looking for new ways to improve my quilting. I have great computer knowledge, so this is something that is right up my ally ;)

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  64. My only experience with it is that I continually put it on my gift lists as an easy gift for the husband but he never gets it for me.... now I just keep holding out so that I can continually not get it and yell at him. :o)

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  65. I am trying not to be grabby, but I would really like this/

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  66. Oh! I have had my eye on EQ software for quite awhile. I would love to win it!`

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  67. I've not used the EQ software, but have been looking at, and drooling over it. The gal who taught me to quilt told me it's great, and recommended it highly to me. Thanks for the great give-away!!

    mybusyhands@gmail.com

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  68. Have never ventured into quilt designing via software and this seems like just the way to get started.





    lcloos@epix.net

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  69. In a prior life long ago before PCs, I was a computer programmer. Now, I enjoy USING technology where it suits a good purpose. EQ is on the pricey side for just getting started and not knowing if want to use the computer for my quilt designs. The Quilt Design Wizard seems just right for me, a beginning quilter. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  70. I have been debating getting some type of quilting software...this would be a great way to get started!

    Thank you for all of the wonderful giveaways...that's pretty amazing!

    p.s. quilt dad sent me your way ;)

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  71. i have ALWAYS wanted the EQ6. i've purchased the "Quilt Design Wizard" and love it but would really love to have the EQ6.

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  72. I've used their very scaled down cheapie version and i've always wanted the real version! So helpful!

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  73. I am in desperate need of this software! Try designing a quilt in MS Excel...that's exactly what I'm doing. Very limiting...

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  74. My DD drew a pattern in 2003 that she wanted to make a quilt out of. however, only ever having made 5 quilts I have not been very helpful in how to go about making this picture into a quilt. She is in the process of making this quilt completely from scratch. What a blessing this would be to us as new quilters.

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  75. I'd love to try some quilting software, after seeing the beautiful quilt blocks designed using EQ. It's so seldom anymore that I find any patterns in a quilting magazine that I'm just dying to make, so I'd like to start designing my own. I've tried designing in Illustrator (certainly better for the purpose than some programs) but this method doesn't give you templates with seam allowances or rotary cutting instructions.

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  76. I would love to win the EQ software! I am new to quilting and I think this would be a great learning tool as well as a tool to spark my "creative juices" I am a person that needs to see what a project will be before I create it!

    Martha Moulton
    ddkm4444@yahoo.com

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  77. oooo!!! I have NO experience with EQ, but always admire the fabric requirements, schematics and instant designs my friend Di comes up with using her software. I wanna play, too! I'm forever drawing on graph paper, but I think I'm ready for 'beginner design' software. THanks!

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  78. I have seen what quilter can do with this EQ6 and it would be great to own one. That way there wouldn't be any doubt with the colors or layout of my quilts because I could make them to see on this EQ6. I would love it own one.

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  79. Hi there,
    I would LOVE to use the Quilt Design Wizard Electric Quilt product. I try so hard to tweek each project I make. Having this would really really assist in my finished product.
    Thanks so for the opportunity
    Cheers
    Catie

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  80. OH, I LOVE EQ6!!! I just joined a super secret quilt challenge and had to draw all the blocks in EQ6. Luckily, the quilt shop that I worked at gave me one of their licenses, but if I lose my laptop, then I don't have it anymore. I MUST have back ups!!!! :)

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  81. I have never used any quilt design software, but I would love to learn. Thanks so for the opportunity!

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  82. Here is my story...hubby researched on his own and surprised me with EQ5 a couple of years back for my birthday. (I had never heard of EQ.) I tried to learn it and struggled a bit and gave up...and it has been sitting there ever since. I feel badly and now I hear of so many people using EQ with great success, so any help I can get would be greatly appreciated. I really DO want to master this!

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  83. WOW! I have been looking into getting this program! I would love to design my own quilt patterns and this would be such a great tool for me!!

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  84. Oh my! I would love to win the software. It would make creating your own designs so much easier.
    Nice giveaway!
    Happy Anniversary & Happy Birthday!

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  85. I've made my first quilt, and am itching to try another...would be great to have this so I can perhaps design a few as my confidence builds. Good luck everyone. Hugs Naomi

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  86. All my designing is done with grid paper and Excel (does the math if I enter the numbers right). It would be wonderful have software to design with in stead of paper and crayons.

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  87. I have just started feeling confident enough to try to design my own quilts. I find that I am struggling with color combinations. I know that this software would help...a lot!

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  88. I've been scared to attempt computer programs for quilting, but if they have a youtube channel, I'm sure I can teach myself. The program looks perfect for someone who is math challenged as I am!

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  89. So many of my friends use EQ but I've never even tried it. I have seen some extraordinary quilts made with this design aid.

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  90. I have wanted this software for years! I want it now. I design my own quilts about half the time, so this would be such a help for in figuring out how much fabric I need.

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  91. I have Pc Quilt design but havent used EQ but would love to get the chance to try it out. I like to make my own designs up and it is nice to have a computer do the math work. Thanks for the give away.

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  92. I would love to have an experience with Electric Quilt in order to easily get some quilts from my head to reality.

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  93. I've always just used paper and pencil for designing my quilts, I would really like to try working with a computer program - it would make things SOOOOO much quicker for when I am playing with different layouts/color choices!!! I wouldn't have to keep re-drawing the same design over and over just to change my color choices, or move a couple blocks around!!! Sign me up, please!!!

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  94. Oh man-o-man, would I love to win this! I am itching to try some design software. Please enter me in this drawing!!

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  95. would love to have a quilt design program for my computer..

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  96. This would be a terriffic win. Congrats to the winner.

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  97. I think the Electric Quilt Design Wizard would make my quilting so much fun! Just to be able to see what I can dream up! Great!

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  98. I have just started to get a hankering for EQ software after seeing all the great things Judy Laquidara does with hers! This prize would be a great foray into the EQ world.

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  99. Beginning quilter...that's me! I'd love to try this software out. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  100. I spend way too much time drafting patterns onto grid paper and I enjoy this process, but it takes too long. I would love to try designing with EQ Design Wizard and then move up to EQ6 if I can master it. I just saw an antique quilt in a magazine that I am itching to draw out. This would be perfect.

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  101. Oooooh.... EQ!! Beginning quilter... check... beginner software... check....IT's for ME!!! YAY!!! Fingers crossed !! xo

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  102. What a great way to design a quilt and have some idea what the finished product would look like.

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  103. I would love a chance at this. Maybe I could get some ideas out of my head that I haven't been able to so far.

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  104. With the EQ6 being cost prohibitive, it would be awesome to try that software. I'm sure it would be easier than drawing in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint to make designs I'd like to color and try.

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  105. I've worked my way up through EQ from EQ2 to EQ4 and then had to drop out of quilting for awhile. I loved the little newspaper I'd get in the mail, and somehow I lost that, too. I've been wanting to get EQ6 for the last year and a half, but have to buy the whole program since you can't update from EQ4. Wizard would be fun to play with as I'm currently working in block format and with a lot of traditional blocks. While I love graph paper, my mechanical pencil, and my Prismacolor pencils, if you have a zillion blocks it can get gruesome!!.

    And then I want a nice laptop that I can take to bed with me. I just got a wireless internet connection, so someday . . . I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome among other health problems, and so I spend a lot of time in bed. If I'm not sleeping, I'm reading or drawing. I also have quite bad arthritis in my hands, so coloring and playing with a computer program would let me get lots and lots more quilts done, at least virtually . But someday, I'll get some of them made!

    And eventually I want to be one of the quilters who gets my picture in the magazine asking, "Do you EQ?"


    So -- I've been an EQ fan for a zillion years and each upgrade gets a little closer to what I want for drawing tools.

    (You can add the computer to my birthday list, but I still want Will Smith.)

    B.

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  106. I would love to win this EQ product, as I have EQ6 and love it!
    Micki

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  107. I'd love to have it, because I always get a hard time picking the fabrics I use with the quilts

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  108. I would LOVE to have EQ6! I have played with the EQ software and I always find it immensely inspiring. Keeping my fingers crossed!

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  109. I currently have EQ5 software, but I use it regularly. I love to create the size of the quilt I am making and do lots of different borders. Love this software and eventually hope to upgrade to 6. Thank you for this opportunity to win.

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  110. I have read so much about Electric Quilt and would love to try the software. I can only imagine how it would increase my creativity.

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  111. If Won the EQ Software that could be the impetous to finally updrade my computer as evidenced by how slooooooow it is!! And, it would be much faster to design than in my quadrille tablet!

    Thanks Kelly and Electric Quilt Company!!

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  112. Happy Birthday from Findlay, Ohio. I am new to quilting and have made about 6 so far. I am amazed at those who can create their own patterns. The option to scan material and use it in the process would make this a wonderful tool. Please count me in to enter the contest. I would LOVE to win!

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  113. Happy Birthday from Findlay, Ohio. I am pretty new to quilting. I have made 6 of them. I am always amazed at those who can create their own designs. The software looks intriguing. Having the option to scan your own material to see the potential results would be such a great tool. I would LOVE to win!

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Thank you for reading the IHAN Blog. I read every comment that is left here however I will not be responding to all coments for giveaways. There are times when I am juggling many tasks at one time and may not reply to all comments. Please e-mail me at IHaveANotion@yahoo.com if you need a reply quickly. I thank you for your understanding.
Smiles,
Kelly

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