To celebrate, here's a link to a touch.lbr Eagle library. It has one part, QWHEEL_4BUTTONS_UP. The wheel and buttons are on the component side and are meant to be adhered to the inside top of a case. If you don't mount it to the inside top of a case, you'll want to cover the top of the PCB with something to prevent fingers from directly touching the thru-hole pads in the center of the touch buttons.
In the design I'll use this on, the wheel and top 3 buttons are connected to a QT1106. The center button may be connected to a QT102 for a power-on/off feature. If you connect to the center button, be sure to run the trace on the bottom side so that it does not cross multiple sections of the wheel. Feel free to modify this library to fit your own design. If you do modify or add to this library, please post it back here.
*** The script file placed the wheel on layer 118, be sure to include this layer during CAM processing of the top layer when creating your Gerber files - thank goodness for Gerber viewers. Let me know if you know how to move this to layer 1.
EDIT: Touched up a minor misalignment between the P$6 pad and its surrounding (center top) touch pad. Note: you could replace the thru-hole pads on the top three touch pads with SMD pads. I decided to use thru-hole pads because I had to route the traces on the other side of the board anyway.
Added link to image of package.