My approach was a bit different than Anne's, but is built on her technique. I started with a design in Electric Quilt, transferred it to Art and Stitch (where I created my new master). From Art and Stitch I created the stitching for my longarm. I also took the shapes and cut them using my Silhouette Cameo. All of this is described in Part 1 of the Video.
if you aren't using a Silhouette cutting machine, you can ignore the last section of Part 1. Just print out the patterns in Art and Stitch and trace them on your fusible interfacing.
In Electric Quilt (I used EQ7):
1. Open the desired block or stencil in your sketchbook and click on Edit to place it on the EQ Workspace.
2. Look at the rulers and make a note of the block dimensions.
3. Choose menu File > Export Metafile of Block
4. In the next dialog click on the button "Copy to Windows Clipboard".
In Art and Stitch (version 3):
5. Start a new Design Page and choose menu Edit > Paste Special. This will place a copy of the EQ design on the Art and Stitch Design Page, as artwork.
6. While it's still selected, go to Properties panel, tab Transform and enter the dimensions you wrote down in step 2. Click on Apply.
7. To reduce the too many nodes, select all, right-click and choose Simplify Smoothen. Use the following settings:
Curve Precision (%): 30
Angle Tolerance: 57
Distance tolerance: 20.
Once I finished my piece, I added an "envelope" back and created a full fall pillow. I used lots of leftover batting pieces for stuffing the pillow form.