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Thursday, 11 July 2013

Here are photos
 of the gallery taken five minutes ago, featuring the 17th century section.
Obviously I'm not a good photographer!
Someone has recently complained about the quality of my graphs,
 specifically Susan Singleton.  Since its publication I've never had any complaints and there have been many finishes.  
 
  If you have issues with my charts please let me know, preferably ASAP, and politely. Love to all
 



10 comments:

MJ Hunt said...

WOW amazing display of 'beauties'! Thanks for showing them! MJ

Poussy Stitches My Love said...

very beautiful !!! I love ..

Marylin from FRANCE

Angie Burrett said...

So many beautiful pieces of history. I have never had a problem with any of your charts - they are always clear and make the sewing a pleasure.

Lisa M said...

Beautiful! I only have one of your charts (so far) but it's been really easy to read. Thank you for printing in booklet form. The worst charts for me are the large fold out type that rip easily and difficult to refer to while stitching.

Nicola said...

What a joy to wake up this morning to your photos. Thank you dear Marsha for posting these.

You cannot please all of the people all of the time. Your charts are an absolute joy to work with.

They are clear with excellent instructions and printed on good quallity paper, I love all the extra touches with the period sketches and historial information.

What is more I know that if I have a query with a particular stitch you are always there to help.

Joanne O'H said...

Oh Marsha, thank you so much for the wonderful photos. The samplers are gorgeous and I'm currently playing the happy game of trying to pick my favourite. Except that I just can't make up my mind!

I have always found your charts great to follow and use. There are definitely no complaints from this neck of the woods! Thanks again.

Bethany said...

Marsha, Thank you for the photo's. Wouldn't it be nice if we were all perfect, not one of us is. I don't see many stepping up to the plate to reproduce as many samplers as you do. You have always been very gracious to me, when I have had a problem trying to figure something out. I for one am no longer a purest when it comes to my samplers. Stitching should be fun and when it no longer is, that's when I will stop. Thank you for all you have given to the world of sampler making......

Carmen Sutton said...

What a wonderful display, oh what it would be to see in person. I too have trouble with taking photos of samplers, there is glass/glare, samplers that are large so lose the detail in order to get the whole thing. I have yet to figure it out. I love your new patterns that are in book form so easy to use and it also motivates me in my stitching as I can turn the page when it's complete, it makes me feel like I have made great strides even if there are 15 more pages. The only trouble I have ever run into was placement from an over one section that was charted separately into the main chart, but I just took the plunge and it usually worked out. Having charted charts I know the challenges of getting the computer program to produce the image in your head. I have found that if I have questions I can just send an email to the designer and they are more than happy to clarify. I really can't get too worked up over it as stitching is supposed to be fun! Thanks Marsha for charting so many samplers for us to stitch.

Vera said...

No complaints from me either! I find yoru charts very easy to use with terrific diagrams and all the little "extras" you put in the package. Thank you! The samplers in the photos are gorgeous!!

Krista said...

Thank you Marsha for sharing the photos of your gallery, they are such an inspiration, a hope that my walls may look like someday! :)

All of the SL charts I have ever used have been very easy to stitch from and your attention to detail is wonderful.