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Rotate and Duplicate Design Exchange

 Round and Round We Go.  

Since I like to crochet in the round, Thred's Rotate and Duplicate feature especially appeals to me. Rotate and Duplicate can be used many ways.  I expect the entries in this exchange  to show me some ways I haven't yet thought of. There is a lesson if you are a Thred user and need help.  If you do not use Thred, but can make a design in another program, we welcome your entry.  If you are willing to share your design with the general public, please let me know when you send it in, and I will make links for downloads with the picture of your design.  Otherwise, only people who send a design to the exchange will get the URL for the download page after the exchange closes at midnight, August 31st, Pacific time.

Please name your design with short file names- eight letters, no punctuation.  DOS is still used in our house.   Include your initials in the name,preferably all of your initials.  This is intended to make it easier for me to keep track of the designs. In the last exchange, I got many designs named "Doodle 3", and it confused me.  I'm already confused enough.

Stitch out your design.  When you are sure it is ready, send the design file (or files), and a picture 250 pixels square in JPG format (not a bitmap, please.) attached to an e-mail.  Send to: AlfMc@charter.net  

This design is an example made using Rotate and Duplicate, but please don't think your design ef="mailto: jhondo_and_sandy@compuserve.com4.940656e-324"> Sandy Erickson 

Marie Town  

Marie Town  

Ann Cain 

  Dale Ricklefs

Alfie McCoskey  

Alfie McCoskey  

Ursula

summaries

Diane Alderman  

   
 
 

 Ann Cain  made a lovely quilt of designs she made with Thred's with rotate and duplicate function.  

This picture shows just one corner.   Click the picture to see a larger view.

Ann Cain