As you read this post, I will be enjoying my guild's biennial quilt show. The week before a show can be really busy.
I am now looking forward to a relaxing Saturday enjoying the quilts at the show.
If you are reading this on May 4th -- you still have time to join us at the Maple Grove Community Center in Maple Grove, Minnesota..
Custom Quilt Labels using Electric Quilt 8 and Word
Nine easy steps for creating a custom quilt label using Electric Quilt.
See the process in this weeks Electric Quilt (plus Microsoft Word) video tutorial.
Here are my four labels added to my quilt backs. (See -- I do find a little bit of time to create real quilts.)
Tip: Include photos of the quilt labels in the same file as the quilt design -- just in the photo section of the project sketchbook.
Note: I did print my labels with my Laser Printer (in violation of all the rules of printing on fabric). The biggest downside on printing with laser is that there is a build-up of ink on the fabric. This definitely stiffens the label and can make needling through the fabric a bit of a challenge. I found a thimble to be very helpful to both push and pull when sewing down the labels.
Introduction to Electric Quilt Class at Minnesota Quilt Show
Would you like to join me for an an in person hands-on Electric Quilt class? I will be teaching at the Minnesota Quilt Show in Rochester MN. This is my only scheduled in person class for 2019.
The class, Introduction to Electric Quilt 8 is a full day class on Saturday, June 15, 2018. You can learn more and register here.
I look forward to seeing you there.
EQ8 Drawing Blocks
Learn the fundamentals of block drawing.
If want to draw your own blocks in EQ8, this is the book for you! Experienced EQ educator, Kari Schell, takes you step-by-step through each of the drawing styles available in EQ8. You'll learn skills for both pieced and applique drawing while filling your Sketchbook with beautiful blocks! From drawing a simple nine patch to creating a beautiful floral applique wreath, this book will take your drawing skills to the next level!
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