This picture shows the improvisational log cabins we made with Vikki Pignatelli. I had a lot of fun doing this. Vikkie recommends that we finish the quilt with obscure angles. NO SQUARES! I am hoping that I will have time one of these days to finish it. These blocks were made from a kit of fabric that was given to us for the class with Margaret Miller. Sample Angle play...I bought ALL the templates..and I LOVE them so far. Some of you who kinda know me...know I love templates for piecing. I suppose that is why Vikki's class was so different for me. I really had to free myself in her class.
The work around for your technical issue that I would try (not knowing any better)... would be to print out document and then scan as a *.jpg
Vickie...glad that you had so much fun on your cruise. I'm not sure what advice to give you for the technical issue with pdf/jpg. Sorry! If you have a minute, check out my new blog design and let me know what you think! Have a wonderful week!
Vickie, are you on a Mac or a PC? And do you have Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Acrobat Professional?
I am no help with the computer question but I wanted to tell you how great your blocks are!
Great projects from the cruise. I always love to learn new techniques that stretch my imagination and creativity. I know that you can do the switch from a jpeg to a pdf very easily on a MAC, but not so sure on a PC. Which do you have?
you can make a jpeg a pdf and vice versa... shoot me an e-mail and i'll help you out... the wonky log cabin block is sooo different... one day i'll take a class like that to help me break out!
Love your WIPs and I see you have a lot of help with your jpeg/pdf question. I wouldn't be much help with it anyway. I usually ask my brother those technical questions. LOL.
The log cabin block is great, is it paperpieced?
Vickie, I can't wait to see on MBS, looks great.
I need to learn the same thing about getting projects on a PDF file.
Keep me posted if you learn how, please.
Great projects from the cruise...
Thanks for sharing...
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