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Thread: Jenny Haskins 1200 Classic Foundations software

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    Jenny Haskins 1200 Classic Foundations software

    I resently purchased from Fons and Porter a kit very nice fabric, but the kit needs the software from Jenny Haskin's which wasn't included...I was wondering if any of you wonderful ladies has purchased this cd and is it really worth it. It is extremely expensive in the few sites I found to purchase it. My total cost would be 72 dollars and since I only paid 67 for the kit seems a bit excessive to me...Think I might just make up my own baskets for the kit...Kit called Ring a ring a Rosie basket full of Posies.

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    https://www.softexpressions.com/software/JH/PerfQlt.php
    You can download the Demo -program here and see if you think it's worth buying. ( I myself could never figure the software out when I first started a few years ago, I probably still have the demo somewhere. The full program is quite expensive to purchase just for one project.

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    I'm not quite sure why software is needed. I found this free pattern http://www.sewcreativecottageblog.co...ng-a-rosie.pdf and it looks like it can be put together from just this pattern. it looks like the software shows how to do the applique... an old technique called broderie perse. here is a link to how the technique is done http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/me...e-applique.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valerie Scherr View Post
    I resently purchased from Fons and Porter a kit very nice fabric, but the kit needs the software from Jenny Haskin's which wasn't included...I was wondering if any of you wonderful ladies has purchased this cd and is it really worth it. It is extremely expensive in the few sites I found to purchase it. My total cost would be 72 dollars and since I only paid 67 for the kit seems a bit excessive to me...Think I might just make up my own baskets for the kit...Kit called Ring a ring a Rosie basket full of Posies.
    Ichecked the pattern on line. I would certainly PP the askets using my patterns and the do the applique. Plenty of free basket foundations available. I'll give you some links once I go through my files. One that comes to my mind right away is WENDY VOSTERS baskets. Google.
    Last edited by hevemi; 02-17-2013 at 03:54 AM. Reason: misspelling

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    think some of you misunderstand the software is for the foundation piecing of the baskets in the pattern and I need 9 different baskets.

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