Here's my free charts


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make my charts as a series of sequential pages,each adding in a new colour. Less confusing onthe eyes, and easier to stitch complex stuff. Thereare only 6 patterns so far, but I'll be adding approxone new one a week.
Absolutely free for personal, noncommercial use
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Skunky
Yuck! Ever try just using highlighters or colored pencils to mark off where you've been? Sheesh! What could be easier?
Oh, and plural subjects require plural verb forms. I've fixed the subject header for you this time. Darla Sacred cows make great hamburgers. Picture Trail Gallery:
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User Name: Condorita
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Darla
This really doesn't do much good for those of us who don't have access to color printing.
-- Brenda
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Brenda
My grammar has gotten worse year by year. When I'm in my nineties no one will understand me at all! :)
I'm sorry you don't like my sequencial system, but it's not for everybody. It kind of feels like cheating since it makes it so easy to follow.
Skunky
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Skunky
I did one of the samples completely at the computer with a comfortable chair. At the time, my printer refused to print colours correctly, and so I just jotted down a list and did my best at the store. Hope that helps.
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Skunky
Actually, it's a novel idea. Personally, I don't like the highlighter approach. Too much "make work" for my pleasure. Having to mark off each symbol is like stitching it twice! :^) It might be kind of fun to work a color at a time and get to the next page. I don't do a lot of designing, but for the few I've done, I played around w/ some ideas in my head related to either printing pages on transparency paper (for overhead projectors). Similarly, I thought about doing designs online that can filter the colors on and off by the user. Not that I've tried it yet!
Cool designs, Skunky.
Lucy Boyer Cross Stitch Unlimited Arlington, MA USA
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Lucy
Thanks. I made them using a full colour, sequential system, because I wanted to stitch a design without having to translate symbols into colours. I also wanted the charts to match the colour stage I was at to make it easier to see where to stitch. I prefer petitpoint using embroidery floss, but they can done in needlepoint or cross-stitch too.
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Skunky
Can you imagine trying to do a TW with that technique? Darla Sacred cows make great hamburgers. Picture Trail Gallery:
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Darla
I've changed the non-commercial use thing into:
You are not allowed to sell these charts for profit in any form. However, if you run a needlework supply store, you are welcome to print out charts (charging no more than your ink and paper costs) and sell the customer their required stitching materials.
I figure I don't mind at all if supply places want to do that.
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