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Designing a rhapsody skeleton using EQ6 is way more easy than you can image....The most wonderful thing is you can try it out without drawing a line, cutting any freezerpaper or fabric
And...you can change the size in a second
When Ricky is drawing his rhapsody skeletons he is working at 1/8 of the patters..then transfere it to make the whole pattern.
Designing on EQ6 you will make 1/4 of the skeleton. Treat the lower right corner as 1/4th of your quilt's center, upper lefthand corner as the corner of your quilt. Upper righthand corner will be the midpoint of the finished top edge, and the lower lefthand corner will be the midpoint on the side edge of your finished quilt.
Use Ricky's principals...design it as a BLOCK in EQ6, store your block in sketchbook, put the block into a quilt (4 times;))..rotate so you have the complete skeleton...now you will see if your skeleton works or you need to change some of the lines. If it works, just play with different choises of fabric
When printing the block, you set it to 1/2 the size you want your finished quilt to be. Print the block once...you dont need more
Then transfere it to freezerpaper, again using Ricky's principals....
Just play with it girls, you will have so much fun! Even though you do not end up with the perfect rhapsody skeleton the first time, you will end up with some awsome designs to make unique quilts