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Topic: OWS Round 113, 114 & 115 Gallery & Discussion  (Read 82553 times)
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« Reply #220 on: June 01, 2015 09:29:17 AM »

Love the mug rugs!!!

I've had a lot of photo uploading problems too. I upload straight from my iphone and have found that if the picture is taken vertical (up and down), it causes a ton of problems, the pictures always look stretched and flip! If I take a picture horizontally (sideways) it uploads perfectly and has no distortion problems! Maybe if you who are having uploading problems try and only take pictures horizontally and that could work for you too? This solution might only be for phone uploads but maybe it could help all uploads!

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« Reply #221 on: June 01, 2015 10:19:12 AM »

Lo{ve} - Thank you I will give that a try. I upload from my phone as well as I find it is the easiest way, with less steps.
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« Reply #222 on: June 01, 2015 11:20:16 AM »

What pretty mug rugs.  I'm amazed at appliqued (is that what its called?) quilts and mug rugs.  How on earth do people manage to make such neat pictures/designs like that?  Do they cut the shapes and glue them on or what?  I think I need to just bit the bullet and learn.  Time to do Craftster research!  Cheesy
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« Reply #223 on: June 01, 2015 11:29:16 AM »

Lo{ve} - Thank you I will give that a try. I upload from my phone as well as I find it is the easiest way, with less steps.

If I want to use upright photos, I have to upload them to Craftster (they will show up sideways!) and then go into "my pictures" and use the edit function. In the upper right corner are some options, you can flip, flop, or rotate your picture! Then scroll down and save. Sometimes it will distort the picture, but then I just edit the post and delete or change the sizing info in the picture's link. I'm sure there is a more professional way, but this is what works for me.
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« Reply #224 on: June 01, 2015 11:53:27 AM »

Received from stainedmushroom and sheepblue today!!!<3

sheepblue crafted some AMAZING dress up goodies for my toddler. I need some action shots of these, but little is napping. I'm way too excited


stainedmushroom sent me some lovely kansas city air-roasted coffee and fibery goodies (alpaca, mohair locks, handspun/handdyed yarn!)


I am in loooove with this swap! thanks you guys!
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« Reply #225 on: June 01, 2015 02:52:30 PM »

I'm so happy you like it all  Cheesy And I'm shocked that the package got you that fast! I hope little mouse loves playing with the stuff - I always loved dress up as a kiddo.
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« Reply #226 on: June 01, 2015 03:56:40 PM »

the dress up stuff looks like such fun!

do tell us how the coffees taste! and fiber goodness Smiley

I have started to give feedback for round 114, put in a ticket to remove the 3 people who were not able to make a claim in May, and sadly had to red letter a couple of swaps as I have not heard back from PM'ing them as to status of their claims.

Of course things happen, come up, etc. but we hope that they are ok and just some minor delay has gotten in the way of sending out their crafty goodies!
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« Reply #227 on: June 01, 2015 06:38:54 PM »

Alright, my turn to share a photo of my craft area.  I am pretty excited to share my crafty nook because in our old place I had to cram my stuff in one of those 'mini' closets.  Plus, my clothes where in there.  So I basically only had room for a tote of supplies.  Now though, I have a whole lovely closet!  I love it very much.  Okay now....its one of those closets that has 2 sliding doors so we'll do the left side first.

My $5.00 yard sale cubby filled with yarn.  The little square baskets are filled with left over yarn scraps.  Im going to use it all to make scrappy afghans this year.  Notice one scrappy afghan in the center cubby that I already started. Cheesy  The top shelf in the closest shows my fabric.  And you can see half of my little embroidery machine.  That little beauty is an oldie so its not the best but, it was only $20 at a yard sale and its very fun to use.   Cheesy


This picture here is the right side of the closet.  The top shelf shows the other half of my embroidery machine.  And you can see my sewing machine.  Which I acquired in a round of OWS many years ago.   Cheesy  I forgot who sent it though-but, if your reading this I just want to say the machine is still running like a champ.  The long hanging cubby holder contains a plethera of knitting/crochet notions.  As well as embroidery stuff, felt, cross stitch fabric other random notions.  The hanging bags beside it each contain a WIP.  One of which is the kiddos WIP.  The colored bins are empty, theyre just stacked there waiting to be used.  The two totes under it contain some faux fur pieces and the hubby/kiddos paints, drawing things as well as our laminator printer paper, tape, glue and other bits and bobs. 


I didnt take a picture of my book shelf because it mainly consists of my harry potter, Percy Jackson and other books like that.  But, the bottom shelf has my craft books and a big binder full of patterns that I printed off of Ravelry.  I usually sit on the couch and craft or in the floor.  But, we have a small table that we use for home school.  I sometimes craft at it and the hubby and kiddo will draw and paint at it.  Anyways....thats my craft nook in our house. 
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« Reply #228 on: June 02, 2015 05:56:02 AM »

Thanks for sharing your crafting area LFP! but who is that adorable little one sitting by the closet?
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« Reply #229 on: June 02, 2015 08:47:03 AM »

Thanks for sharing your crafting area LFP! but who is that adorable little one sitting by the closet?

That little darling is my pug Buddha.  He likes to photo bomb. Cheesy 
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