If you haven't signed up for the free EQ8 webinar, here is your last chance. Even if you cannot attend live, sign up to receive the replay (which will be available for 48 hours).
Then scroll down to see the easiest way to use a custom set layout for your next quilt. This is so fun, it may become your go to method for future quilt designs.
Easter Egg Hunt Free EQ8 Live Webinar is Sunday and Monday
Create a Fabulous Easter Quilt with Foundation Piecing and A Bit of Appliqué
How many times have you wanted to create a new quilt, but struggled with your own drawing skills? That blank piece of paper (or blank computer screen) can seem super intimidating. And often those initial efforts can cause us to give up.
But what if you could get beyond bad drawing skills?
Let me show you how to quickly get past the challenges of drawing both applique and foundation blocks using Electric Quilt 8.
When you join my free Electric Quilt 8 webinar, I will take you step by step through the entire process to create your own Easter Egg Hunt quilt. In this live webinar, you will learn how to:
What are you waiting for? Join us today.
PLUS all participants will also receive a guidebook that you will be able to use as a reference both during and after the video. This will provide you with all the steps (complete with illustrations) to ensure that you can draft the blocks and quilt from the webinar.
I am super excited to see your future Easter/spring quilt (either the Electric Quilt version or the real quilt).
Join us now.
Free Webinar Registration Information
Choose the time that works the best below and register for this amazing fun webinar. You won't be disappointed.
For all those that attend live, I will be offering a special bonus offer as well. Make sure to join me. I can't wait to see you there.
A replay will be available for 48 hours if you cannot attend live.
Pre-Made Custom Set Panel Quilt
Did you know that Electric Quilt has a huge collection of pre-done custom set layouts? It gives us the benefit of being able to use unique designs for quilts that are not based on a standard quilt layout -- with a minimal amount of work.
Here is the final quilt from the video. Pretty fun and can you believe there is only one pieced block in the entire quilt.
I would love to see what you do with the concepts from this video. Consider trying it with a different set of fabrics or even a different layout. Post a picture in the Learning EQ Facebook post.
Electric Quilt Expert and Educator and Pattern Designer.