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Old 04-21-2010, 04:59 PM
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Some of you may have seen my post in the introduction section, but if you haven't I am part of brother team that develops applications for the iPhone. More specifically, quilting/sewing/designer apps.

FabricStash- This app helps you control your fabric stash and other notions all on your phone. Tracks everything so you don't buy duplicates at the store ever again.

http://www.blueshiftsoftware.net/iph.../fabric-stash/

FabricJournal-Fabric Journal is an app designed to help recall your design work wherever you go. Fabric Journal gives you a place to put your hard work so that you can easily find and share the information you have on your sewing, quilting, and designing projects.

http://www.blueshiftsoftware.net/iph...abric-journal/

Please leave your feedback or any experiences with our apps as well as any features you would like to see!

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Old 08-19-2010, 06:39 AM
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I thought I would bump this thread instead of starting a new one to tell everyone about an app that might also be helpful to you.

PatternPal is an app that helps you organize your patterns using a bunch of information and pictures on your iPhone. I recently did a little video walk through and have a bunch more information on the website at:
http://www.blueshiftsoftware.net/iph...al-iphone-app/
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Old 08-19-2010, 08:09 AM
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I have several quilt apps on mine. I found the only one I use is Block Tool. The rest are kinda lame for a quilt app. Fabric Stash would be great for knowing what you have at home when you are in the store. I think only a very well organized person would get the benefit from it, I know that's not me. LOL
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I agree BellaBoo, Block Tool is brilliant. It's portable and excellent value for money. As for the rest - ho hum...
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Originally Posted by BellaBoo
I have several quilt apps on mine. I found the only one I use is Block Tool. The rest are kinda lame for a quilt app. Fabric Stash would be great for knowing what you have at home when you are in the store. I think only a very well organized person would get the benefit from it, I know that's not me. LOL
Yeah, we understand that a majority of people have a huge stash and it would take a while to input/stay organized.

We found some people are using it for all there new projects/business projects and the like. Thanks for checking it out!
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