"Dream, Design, Create"
Electric Quilt® by The Electric Quilt® Company is the Best-Selling quilt design software in the world!
Electric Quilt® 7 (EQ7) is the newest version on the market.
EQ7 is a fantastic quilt design software program with tons of new and exciting features to spark your quilt design creativity!
For beginning, advanced and photo quilters, EQ7 helps develop your creativity. Combine blocks, borders and virtual fabrics, turning your computer screen into a design wall. Print quilt labels, draw original block designs, even import scanned fabric and photos. And no math needed – EQ7 calculates yardage and all pattern sizes & seam allowances. PLUS it includes a complete User Manual and 20+ lessons and 10 videos to teach you everything! EQ7 also offers an new activation policy! Install on as many computers as you like and quickly transfer activations from computer to computer.
The software includes the following features:
• CD to install
• User Manual
• 22 printable full-color PDF lessons
• 5000 copyright-free block patterns
• 5000 scanned fabrics
• 4200 non-digitizable embroideries
• 540 ready-made quilt layouts
• 10 help videos targeted for beginners
• 67 "How Do I?" topics
• Tools for working with quilts, blocks, and images
• Importing features for scanned fabric
• Exporting features for print-quality images
Requires Windows ® XP, Windows ® Vista, or Windows ® 7; and an internet connection.
Will run on Macs through Virtual PC or Parallels (XP, Vista, or Windows ® 7 version).
Please review the complete system requirements before buying this program.
Minimum system requirements for EQ7:
•Windows® XP, Windows® Vista, or Windows® 7 (32 or 64 bit)
•Internet access (Internet required for activation, deactivation, and periodic validations.)
•750 MB of available hard-disk space
•Monitor with screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or greater
•Sound card for demo videos
•Internet access is required for activation, deactivation, and periodic validations
•Activations can be easily transferred between computers
•Two (2) computers may be simultaneously active