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Thread: Designing a Quilt with GIMP - Free Software

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    Senior Member klarina's Avatar
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    I downloaded and started using GIMP a few weeks ago. It is a great program.

    Thank you so much for this tut.

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    Thanks!

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    Thanks!

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    Very good tutorial. :thumbup: Thanks, Michael. I've been using Gimp for a
    while but your tutorial will sure help improve my Gimp skills. Like you said
    it's free so what more do we want? I can't use EQ programs since I use
    Linux so I'm pretty much stuck with Gimp. I might have more questions for
    you later. So far so good. :D

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    Very good tutorial. :thumbup: Thanks, Michael. I've been using Gimp for a
    while but your tutorial will sure help improve my Gimp skills. Like you said
    it's free so what more do we want? I can't use EQ programs since I use
    Linux so I'm pretty much stuck with Gimp. I might have more questions for
    you later. So far so good. :D

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    appears that GIMP is also on the MAC OS X platform.

    It's located here: http://www.gimp.org/macintosh/

    I don't know if the instructions will differ greatly or be the same. If you want to try and let me know that would be great! ;)[/quote]

    Well I didn't get too far since I'm computer challenged. :oops:
    DS is coming for vacation in a couple weeks so I've bookmarked this site - just know he'll want something to do!! LOL

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    Hey Michael, I did it. :-D :thumbup: (doing a happy dance here)
    Finally, now I know how to import fabric into Gimp.
    It's a little different in Linux but we figured it out. Thanks again.
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    Fantastic tut. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyPeezy
    Hey Michael, I did it. :-D :thumbup: (doing a happy dance here)
    Finally, now I know how to import fabric into Gimp.
    It's a little different in Linux but we figured it out. Thanks again.
    WOOHOO! Look at you! :) Now that you have that down, keep in mind if you play around with all of the different graph papers, I think you possibilities are end less. :P

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    Thank you very much

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