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  • grumpy3b
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    Originally posted by wihlemina View Post
    I'm new at this picture posting thing so let's see if I got it right...hmmmmmm

    geeze, you could at least use autofocus...hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii :p

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  • grumpy3b
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    Originally posted by Darcy View Post
    Great photograph, wihlemina!
    Oh dear GAWDS...whatever you do Darcy, please do not encourage this Wihlemina character...for the love of all things furry and kind don't do it!!...I mean she is, well, just not "right"... :p

    She will, however likely order every single accessory you point her toward...it's just the sorta person she is...throw in stationary supplies and she'll never stop buying!! hehehehe....
    Last edited by grumpy3b; 11-26-2009, 11:29 PM.

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  • wihlemina
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    Originally posted by backpack View Post
    Fabulous pictures Wihlemina!

    The display of yarn colors in picture 2 is really really beautiful.

    I do agree with you about Cork being the most beautiful of fabric, because it is so eco-friendly TB should make more things in Cork.


    I usually store my needlepoint needles in a Small or Medium Clear Organizer Pouch. The piece of yarn used at the end of project help me find the needle easily.
    Hiya Backpack, Thanks so much! I'm glad you like the pics.

    I bought an assortment of clear organizer pouches so I could try out the different sizes to hold needlework accessories and they all seem to work great.

    Now all I have to do is quit organizing everything for a bit and actually get to work on a new project!

    Happy needling! :rolleyes:

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  • backpack
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    Fabulous pictures Wihlemina!

    The display of yarn colors in picture 2 is really really beautiful.

    I do agree with you about Cork being the most beautiful of fabric, because it is so eco-friendly TB should make more things in Cork.


    I usually store my needlepoint needles in a Small or Medium Clear Organizer Pouch. The piece of yarn used at the end of project help me find the needle easily.

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  • wihlemina
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    Originally posted by travelwkid View Post
    Hi Wihlemina, as a semi-regular contributor to Inspirations magazine, its great to see it (and I think an A-Z book?) poking its head out of your Swift!

    Travelwkid
    Hiya Travelwkid :) I am completely addicted to Country Bumpkin! My Swift is so great because it does hold books and folders as well as needlework accoutrements . I was a bit surprised at just how large and roomy the Swift really is and I take it along when we go for coffee so I have fun activities to pursue while my better half is absorbed by his laptop. (He's getting a Tom Bihn Brain Cell but that's a surprise!)

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  • travelwkid
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    Hi Wihlemina, as a semi-regular contributor to Inspirations magazine, its great to see it (and I think an A-Z book?) poking its head out of your Swift!

    Travelwkid

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  • DQBunny
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    Agreed, great idea! I'll poke through my yarn stash and see if there's a scrap left over from making socks that I can turn into a needle-holder.

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  • wihlemina
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    Thank you gmanedit :) And that's a great idea about a needle holder, too.

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  • gmanedit
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    wihlemina, that second picture is fabulous.

    For a needle holder, get a knitter friend to work a fine-gauge swatch.

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  • wihlemina
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    What I was trying to show is this...the lovely thing about the Cork Swift is that both sides are cork and it's gorgeous to show off. I use Clear Organizer Pouches to stash little things, and the yarn bag to hold the wool. The wood frame here is the smallest size, obviously the larger frame sizes would be carried separately. But the nifty bit is that everything I need for needlepoint is in there and ready to go whether I'm at home or going out. I love this bag!!!

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  • wihlemina
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    Thank you Maverick!

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  • wihlemina
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    I'm going home now...

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  • wihlemina
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    Thanks Darcy :) Hi Maverick, I thought it didn't post correctly...sheesh! Here's the other side:

    Last edited by wihlemina; 11-05-2009, 10:56 AM.

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  • maverick
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    Originally posted by wihlemina View Post
    Back to the drawing board and try again...
    hi wihlemina,

    you can do this using the [ IMG ] tag (without the spaces), followed by the URL of the image, followed by the [ /IMG ] tag (again, without the spaces).

    i've corrected it in your post.

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  • Darcy
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    Great photograph, wihlemina!

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