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April 06, 2008


Carole Meier

Have fun with EQ. I have EQ 5 and 6 and Quilt pro. I find quilt pro easier to use. I don't know, I think I have a personality conflict with EQ! I've never really sat down with it. I like to open a software and use it. When I have to use a manual to figure it out, the fun is gone. I'm looking forward to seeing your interpretation of change!


Love that color palette -- can't wait to see what you do with it! It's great that you tackle something like this every month.

Sue B

Working with this color palette would stop me cold. These are definitely hard colors for me to work with.


This palette is really tough...I sometimes wish Sharon lived in the same hemisphere as us, so our seasons would affect us the same way!
I am going to try and use it this month, though.
That's a good challenge you have set for yourself...


I bought EQ6 a year and a half ago and never opened it - maybe you'll inspire me!

paula, the quilter

This color palette is way out of my comfort zone. But I just used it to complete a 4 Seasons Quilt Swap quilt for spring. Even tho it was just a little basket quilt, it was an extremely hard quilt for me to make because of the palette.


I'd like to send you a note; would you kindly contact me? Thank you.


I like change. I don't particularly want to move, but I like trying new things and learning new things. And it seems to me that since change is about the only constant, it surely must be easier to embrace change rather than to fight against it. I don't like change for change sakes, but one of the things that irritates me the most in life is the phrase "but that's how we've always done it."



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