Judy Martin Star Power
Judy Martin Star Power
New look, same great product! Get star struck with Judy Martin! This add-on for EQ gives you 110 blocks and 61 quilts from Judy Martin! Piecing diagrams for every block and quilt are included too! Print rotary cutting charts, templates, or foundation paper piecing patterns to make the quilts as Judy Martin intended, or add your own touch—it's easy with EQ8!
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Get star struck with Judy Martin!
This add-on for EQ gives you 110 blocks and 61 quilts from Judy Martin’s out-of-print book, Knockout Blocks and Sampler Quilts. These spectacular designs can be used as Judy designed them, or changed to make your own. Scroll down for more information and videos of the fantastic features that make up this add-on for EQ8!
Note: No designs from Judy’s sold-out Stars & Sets software are duplicated in this product. Those designs can be found here.
Blocks, blocks, and more blocks
A new block library will automatically link to your EQ software. The library includes over 110 blocks, good for quilt centers, borders and sashing!
With 61 quilts, there are so many options!
Judy’s projects install into your My EQ8 (or My EQ7) folder, making it easy to open them in EQ software quickly.
Find the quilts by clicking Open an existing project on the EQ8 Home Screen. Choose a project, click OK, then browse through the Sketchbook to see the blocks and quilts.
Includes piecing diagrams for every quilt!
Yes, you read that correctly. Each quilt has piecing diagrams available in your My EQ8 (or My EQ7) folder > Documentation folder.
Plan to paper piece those stars? Print the patterns onto Quilter’s Newsprint sheets using any printer or copy machine. Sew directly over the newsprint and then tear away the paper to reveal clean and precise lines!
About the Designer
Judy Martin made her first quilt in 1969 and published the first of her 28 quilting books in 1980. She was a Senior Editor and quilt designer for Quilter’s Newsletter and Quiltmaker magazines from 1979 through 1987. Her most recent book, Red, White & Blue Star Quilts, was published by C&T Publishing. Before that, for 34 years, she and her husband self-published her books. Judy has had countless articles published in a wide variety of quilting magazines. Her work has appeared in more than thirty books by other authors. Judy’s quilts have been the focus of solo shows in The National Quilt Museum, the Iowa Quilt Museum, AQS Shows, and other venues. She has taught and lectured nationally.
Judy Martin is best known as a quilt designer. She has published 1273 original block and quilt patterns to date. Judy’s familiarity with traditional blocks informs and inspires her designs. Her early designs often combined elements of two or more traditional blocks. Her more recent work often includes superimposed images and dimensional effects, but it is still rooted in tradition. Judy works loosely in series, exploring variations on her own designs over a period of years.
Her favorite designs are stars and Log Cabins. Judy nearly always makes scrap quilts and frequently adds pieced borders. Judy often uses multiple block types and custom setting elements to create secondary patterns in her quilts. Her goal is to create designs that sparkle with a wholly new idea yet remain relatively simple. She says she isn’t done yet, so you can look forward to more designs from her in years to come. View All Judy Martin products for EQ >
These designs are copyrighted by Judy Martin. You may use these designs for personal use only. You do not have permission to sell these patterns in any form.
Preview the Designs
Preview the Designs
Quilts Included in Judy Martin Star Power
This add-on includes 61 total quilts. You'll get 17 EQ Project files plus 110 blocks!
System requirements for Judy Martin Star Power
- Requires EQ8, EQ7 or EQStitch software
- Download -- internet access required for downloading
- 100 MB hard disk space
The block patterns are installed to the EQ Block Library and the project files are in your My EQ folder on your computer. Use EQ software to print the patterns.