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« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2011 11:04:00 PM »

Ive tried this a little and it seems great, but I've got a question about it which I'm not sure how to ask because english is not my native language.
But I will give it a try and hope that someone understands what I mean Smiley

I want to make a piece that will end up being around 120x115 cm big. I entered this in the settings-window that pops up when I import the picture I want. Im a bit new to needleworks so later, when I looked around the internet for aida-fabric I found out that there are different kinds of aida..
Some are "bigger" with only 2,4 "holes"/cm and some are very "small" with 8 "holes"/cm.
The aida I want is 5,4 "holes"/cm. But to my question: Where do I type this? So the size on my fabric will end up correct.

Once again, sorry for my bad english Smiley
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nothingremains
« Reply #11 on: January 20, 2011 02:05:43 PM »

Ive tried this a little and it seems great, but I've got a question about it which I'm not sure how to ask because english is not my native language.
But I will give it a try and hope that someone understands what I mean Smiley

I want to make a piece that will end up being around 120x115 cm big. I entered this in the settings-window that pops up when I import the picture I want. Im a bit new to needleworks so later, when I looked around the internet for aida-fabric I found out that there are different kinds of aida..
Some are "bigger" with only 2,4 "holes"/cm and some are very "small" with 8 "holes"/cm.
The aida I want is 5,4 "holes"/cm. But to my question: Where do I type this? So the size on my fabric will end up correct.

Once again, sorry for my bad english Smiley



do you have the newest version of it? i'm not exactly sure as i haven't used any of the patterns i made with it yet so i don't know if they'll turn out right. if you look under the "cloth name" box, click on the "linen th./cm" then adjust to the size you need. try that, i hope it works.
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leadmomma
« Reply #12 on: February 04, 2011 10:52:39 AM »

Awesome -- I've download a couple that were total junk - so this is great! Thanks!
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