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    • #647
      Luv2stitch2
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      Not the best but I found I had a few photo’s of current calls.  {{{sigh}}}

    • #662
      Veena
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      Your stitched sample photos are lovely!

      Veena

    • #665
      Luv2stitch2
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      Thanks Veena. 😁 Horribly old photos with ancient camera. 😉

       

      The design is a freebie by “My Aunt’s Attic.”

      (Edit: Link removed for the moment.)

    • #666
      csogle
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      This link isn’t working for me.  “Server can not be found”
      Also, could we get the price before signup?  Thanks!

    • #670
      Veena
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      Price is $75 a hank or $8 per mini. A hank is 10 minis. A mini is 25 yards of 6-stranded floss.

    • #975
      donnatl82
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      How do you post pictures

    • #1093
      Veena
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      @donnatl82, @cristing, there are two ways to post pictures:

      1) Upload directly from your phone or computer using the Upload Attachments box below the post window. Photos need to be 512KB or less. When posting from your phone, click on Choose File, select Photo Library, and select your photo. At the bottom of your phone, an option pops up to Choose Image Size. Select Medium or Small (either will work). Click Done. You will see the image attachment. To add a second photo, select Add another file (below the Choose File button) and repeat.

      2) Take a screenshot of the photo and upload it. This seems to be the easiest way to dral with the size issue.

      3) If you have photos on your blog or some other website that are already 512kb or less, you can insert the photo directly into the body of the post rather than as an attachment. To do this, copy the url of the photo on your blog/website. Choose IMG in the top bar of the post window. A pop-up will appear asking for the URL. Paste the URL. This will insert the image into your post. I use this second option, that is why you see my pics within my post itself.

      Hope this helps. Let me know if you run into more issues.

      Veena

      • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by Veena.
    • #1107
      Luv2stitch2
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      Thanks for taking the guesswork out of it @veena!

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