REQ: Digitizing simple design (0/1)

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Attached you will find a simple design I created using EQ5.

I used to own the Brother software for digitizing, but when I sold the
machine, the software went with it. I now have new software for my
Janome, but for the life of me I can't figure it out.

My intention is to make a small backgammon board. The attached files
(there are 2 of them) is one in black and white and the other in
colors.

Please use the simplest stitch fill possible.

The finished size is requested to be 4.75" x 4.75".

Thank you in advance for any help you are able to give this frustrated
sewer.



Re: REQ: Digitizing simple design (0/1)
I forgot to include the following links to the files in case you don't
get them through your newsgroup:

http://rapidshare.com/files/63704682/Backgammon-block.jpg
http://rapidshare.com/files/63705082/Backgammon-color.jpg

Again, thank you.

On Fri, 19 Oct 2007 16:29:46 GMT, One-Four-The-Road

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Sorry, I'm not about to register at an unknown site...



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BEI Design wrote:
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there's no need to register to download files.

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RS is hardly "unknown", yet I do agree with you.
I wouldn't give them one bit of data, false or otherwise.
"Money for Jam in a Fools Paradise" is how I see any
business plan for the site owners.

As to the value of any uploads to servers alsem RS - and there
are a number of these around.
For me it is the same old story.
It is those who are keen to waste ones time
(and resources) that use these closeted servers.
I am yet to download anything useful from
links to such uploads - as is pointed out in
this thread one is not motivated to ever use them :-/

l.eem



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Attachments don't usually show up in most newsgroups that aren't
"alt.binaries".



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Actually, it depends on the service provider. It's the reason I sent a
follow on message with links to the files.

wrote:

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Actually, it depends on the newsgroup.
Get reported for posting binary to text group and you loose your
service provider.

Do not pollute group. Learn how to post, inclusive of top posting
into conversation. Not!

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I agree with this post:

..and when you park it up over in <abcp> check out this post:
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Subject: How 2 Info_ABCP_miNi_FAQ_Rev778.pdf (0/1)
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2007 22:42:06 -0000
Organization: ABCP Post
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.. and download and read the attachment to that post.

        Good luck in your travels :-)


l.eem

Re: REQ: Digitizing simple design (0/1)
One-Four-The-Road wrote:

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The images you provided have the following anomalies:

Except for a narrow border, the points extend the full depth of the
design. If you make a backgammon board out of these, the opposing
points will touch, which they shouldn't.

Each has a double border, with white on the outside and a narrow black
line inside. Since I don't think you intend that these be stitched,
they need to be removed.

Also, what did you want to do with the "empty" image?

Please move this discussion to alt.binaries.crafts.pictures, where
images and designs MAY be posted. They are inappropriate for
alt.sewing.mach-embroider.

   - Herb

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