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Thread: Craftsy Pictures to Pixels

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    Craftsy Pictures to Pixels

    Wow maybe it's just me but found this to be so complicated. First time I have bought a kit from them. Anyone else ordered this and would like to get your opinion? Thanks.

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    Have you asked them for any help??
    A Good Friend, like an old quilt, is both a Treasure and a Comfort

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    Did you take the class, or just buy the kit?
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    I bought the kit and you get the course. You need to download a special program to do a spread sheet and could not find the video to have me cut the fabric. They have a phone number and I will call them. I was hoping someone on the board had received this same kit and had some suggestions. About a week ago someone was ordering this same kit but I couldn't remember her name.

    Joanne

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    I did send them an email and will wait for my answer. I guess I am use to having my directions in paper form. As the old saying goes "LIVE AND LEARN".

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    Good luck -- it is frustrating to not be able to do your project. I too like instructions in the paper form. I like to refer to them all the time and really don't want to have to go back and forth from my computer to the sewing machine. Guess I'm old school.

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    Joanne,
    I did purchase two kits, but it was because I wanted the fabric and couldn't beat the price. On clearance it was about $28 with over 10 yards of Kona cotton.

    I don't plan to make the quilt, although it was very interesting and I like the colors.

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    Have you checked out the video on how to make this? Wow it is so complicated. I guess I will just use the fabric for something else and it was a good buy. Mabe someone on the board will make this.

    Joanne

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