4 comments on “toolsoftrade

  1. Thanks so much for explaining this to an EQ newbie…what a great pattern and so nice of you to offer it for us to use. I did get a copy printed, but I think I’m going to go back and enlarge it a bit when I print off the templates. My “a” skills are a beginner’s. 🙂 Thanks again Denise! I bet your collaboration yielded a wonderful end result!

    Sue

  2. Hey Denise….
    I finally visited your blog and WOW! is all I can say. You have some wonderful patterns that you’re sharing! My LAing group is delving into our own EQ6 lessons (just had another yesterday) and since you offered this great project of the teapot, which I am enamored with BTW, I felt it would be a great one to download. When I click the download w/EQ button (I have EQ6 BTW), it opens with the sketchbook and a 16 patch layout…there is no pic there. What am I missing? 🙂 I have not downloaded projects from folks’ blogs, so maybe it’s me?

    Thanks for any help, advice you can give!

    Just so you know, I found your blog through TQP group. You are a very talented lady! 🙂

    Have a great day!

    Sue V.

    • Thanks Sue! Glad you found the blog. You have to go to the sketchbook for that pattern to find the block for the teapot. The layout was from the full quilt that used that block but that project was a collaboration of Susan N.’s and mine, so all of the blocks were not mine. The only block from that project that I left in the file is the teapot so just go to the block tab in the sketchbook and you will find the pattern for the teapot.

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