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Graph paper program by virginia grace
I once had a very small program to make graph paper of any size...all you had to tell it was how many blocks per inch, or cm. I can't find them anymore. I believe the company was named *something*soft? anyone know if they're still around? Thanks!
November 21st 14 04:43 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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Diamond anniversary report OT by Shirley
We had a wonderful day, with friends and family calling in. We had flowers and lots of cards. The special highlight was a special delivery from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth of a card wishing us well on our special day. The buffet went well and guests enjoyed themselves. Hugs Shirley --
November 18th 14 02:37 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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I do believe I recognize a few names here by Jimmy Mac McNamara
A long time gone by - glad to see all you stitchers are still hard at work.
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November 17th 14 10:50 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Easy Grapher Pro by Duckie
Does anyone know if they are still in business. I placed an order on Nov 4 and have heard nothing. I have sent email. One bounced and one is still hanging in the wind somewhere. I tried calling and after it rang 11 times, a voice said "Mailbox full". Not sounding good. Really wanted and needed this...
November 13th 14 11:29 PM
by Duckie Go to last post
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OT wedding anniversary by Shirley
DH and I celebrate out 60th Diamond wedding anniversary next Thursday Nov.6th. We are having an " Evening at home" for family and friends to celebrate it. -- Shirley www.allcrafts.org.uk
October 31st 14 04:25 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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Crocheted Wedding dress by mirjam
On Monday, September 29, 2014 6:20:35 PM UTC+3, wrote: My mother +seamstress sewed my dress so that after the wedding i could separate the upper part and i used it as a white lace shirt on festivities ,,, the skirt i took apart and used for other sewing projects , mirjam
October 31st 14 10:42 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Looking for Petit Point kits by Maureen In Vancouver, B.C.[_2_]
On Tuesday, December 19, 1995 12:00:00 AM UTC-8, Jim Prescott wrote: I'm looking for information on Petit Point kits, patterns, etc. I've checked several local craft shops but none have had Petit Point; at one store the proprietor referred to it as "a lost art form". The info is for my...
October 28th 14 03:58 PM
by Karen C Go to last post
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Rose Anniversay Record by Nancy[_2_]
I'm looking for a SUNSET cross stitch pattern OR kit named Rose Anniversary Record. Does any one know how I could find it? --
October 18th 14 07:00 PM
by Shirley Go to last post
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Hi. folks, I am back to my real computer by Gillian Murray
We got back from our summer away from the heat of Florida, yesterday afternoon. I now have my real computer, and can access the group. I have been using my iPad in the RV. It is good for many things, but not this! I hope everyone is well, and keeping busy Gill
October 15th 14 11:03 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Just Cross Stitch Christmas Ornaments by Ruth[_4_]
Picked my issue up the other day. There are a few interesting one's that I plan on doing. Anyone else get theirs? What do you think? Which one is your favorite? I have a couple that I would really like to get done this year, one is "If You Don't Believe" by Sue Hillis Designs, and the other is...
October 13th 14 03:25 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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WooHoo! A finish! by Joan Erickson
I finished the birth record for my former coworker's baby. I finally got it stretched and taken to Michael's, who has had the frame waiting for over a month. It's an old JanLynn design. I wish I knew what type of aida cloth they used because it was much nicer than most of what I've worked on....
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September 29th 14 03:59 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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Something different for the knitters by Bruce
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/beardies-handmade-knitted-bearded-beanie-hats--2. -- Bruce Fletcher Stronsay, Orkney UK
September 24th 14 03:25 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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ROYAL DOULTON INFO by [email protected]
I have two cross stitch kits for sale at AUD$30.00 each: Royal Doulton Top o' the HIll - Red Dress Royal Doulton - Rebecca
September 9th 14 02:34 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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The Nativity by Heaven & Earth by Ruth[_4_]
On Monday, September 1, 2014 9:00:44 PM UTC-5, Ruth wrote: Hi Folks...Just wondering if anyone is working on this? I saw it at my LNS last week and just HAD to have it. It looks quite challenging and I would appreciate any words of wisdom you all can give. Thanks much...Ruth Joan, there are...
September 6th 14 01:36 PM
by Karen C Go to last post
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1 Attachment(s) Converting Paternayan old colors old to new colors by Marco Andres
I've attached to this message a txt file containing the color conversions from the old Paternayan colors to the new ones. Now that the new colors are being produced again by Saco Dyehouse and Waverly also has equivalents to the colors, it seemed like a good time to include this conversion chart...
September 2nd 14 12:20 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Thread by Dawn0[_3_]
I sort my DMC thread by number. I have wondered, recently if by color isn't better. When I substitute color I find it harder to find the color. Input please
August 28th 14 12:27 AM
by vcardx[_2_] Go to last post
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Time for "What are you stitching?" by Joan Erickson
We haven't had this topic for awhile, so thought it was time again. Currently I'm working on "Mice babies birth announcement" for a coworker. Criminys, I didn't think this pattern was *that* old...can't find a pic anywhere for it! It's a Janlynn pattern. This is the closest I saw: ...
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August 4th 14 04:04 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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RIP, Jasmine by Joan Erickson
My dog, Jasmine, went over the Rainbow Bridge yesterday. I got her as a pup for Mother's Day in 2001 and it was the day after Mother's Day when she left us. 13 is pretty old for a lab, so she had a good, long life. She was hard of hearing and her bodily functions were leaving her, so it was...
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July 31st 14 02:57 PM
by Joan Erickson Go to last post
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A crochet challenge by Bruce
Interesting use of crochet! http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/07/animal-and-insect-sculptures-wrapped-in-crocheted-webbing-by-joana-vasconcelos. -- Bruce Fletcher, Stronsay, Orkney UK
July 30th 14 04:11 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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On Wednesday, June 18, 2014 5:10:43 PM UTC-4, wrote: What is the easiest sort of needlework to learn? Is it knitting? Crochet? Embroidery? Tatting? What? Thanks to anyone who answers Crochet was easy for me to learn. At least it's an easy ripout.
July 30th 14 10:42 AM
by Kay Lancaster Go to last post
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