Circle of Hearts Again

A couple of quilters have written to tell me that the Circle of Hearts EQ5 project file I posted a few days ago has an “unreadable notecard” and wouldn’t open in EQ7 for them.

I am sorry if that project file did not open properly for you. (It does open in EQ5.)

I draw pieced Inklingo blocks with Electric Quilt most often, and this was my first time in a long time drawing appliqué blocks, so it was user error—no doubt about it!

I will try to figure out what I did wrong, but I can’t do it before the Love the Lines Contest deadline.

 for Inklingo Circle of Hearts

TWO NEW PROJECT FILES

In the meantime, I have deleted the problem block (I hope), so you can download again:

If you have EQ7, don’t bother with the EQ5 file!

I actually drew Circle of Hearts in EQ7 first. (I love EQ7.) Afterwards, I took pity on Inklingo quilters who cannot upgrade right now and drew it a second time in EQ5. Oh well. My intention was good.

If you are still using EQ5, you don’t know what you’re missing! LOL

EQ5 is TEN years old!!

I haven’t dressed yet this morning and this nightie is 10 years old (at least), but software is not like soft wear. How many computers have you had since 2002? How many nighties, for that matter? LOL

Maybe if you write a love note in hexagons to your sweetie, you will receive EQ7 for Valentine’s Day! You have the whole alphabet, thanks to Tilde and lots of hexagon sizes, thanks to Inklingo!

  You can download the shape collection for free.

Tomorrow Night At Midnight!

I am planning one more juicy message about the Love the Lines Contest before the deadline—which is tomorrow night at midnight! Stay tuned!

I’m going to get dressed now.

Linda & Monkey

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