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EQ Stitch - Embroidery, Machine Appliqué and Quilting Software

EQ Stitch - Embroidery, Machine Appliqué and Quilting Software
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Plug-In for Electric Quilt 7

By adding the EQ Stitch plug-in to your existing EQ7 program, you can design and digitize embroidery, machine appliqué, quilting and redwork patterns for your embroidery machine. Use one of the 500 designs included, import photos to trace, or convert your own drawings into stunning embroidery designs by choosing your own fill and edge stitching. EQ Stitch also allows you view your planned embellishments and quilting on your designed quilt top, allowing you to adjust and costomize as needed. Contains 33 minutes of video tutorials and 6 step-by-step how-to lessons for easy use. System requirements: REQUIRES EQ7 SOFTWARE; Windows® XP, Windows® Vista, Windows® 7, or Windows® 8; Internet access; 1 GB of available hard-disk space; DVD-ROM drive. 'EQ Stitch' Plug-in DVD-ROM for EQ7 Quilt design software, by The Electric Quilt Company.

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