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Re: Fall Out 3 pattern request.

Posted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 1:33 pm
by jelibe
Aww that's a shame!! I hate running out of thread!

I can't wait to see this done, I hope you post lots of progress pics.

I would have done a lot of my patterns with backstitching but it would take FOREVER to make the patterns. If you wanted to do it in backstitch you could still follow the pattern, just adjust for backstitch. I may try that for a bookmark I'm going to do for one of my brothers who wants the ruins on Thrors map, but that's ages off yet!
If anyone knows how to import patterns straight into backstitch on pc stitch 7, PLEASE let me know!!

Re: Fall Out 3 pattern request.

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 5:37 am
by Nitewing
Hey Jelibe can you export that one into an image so I can import it into KG Chart? :nod

Re: Fall Out 3 pattern request.

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 6:58 am
by jelibe
Which one?? There r 2. Shall I give you the original image, that would be best.Woo Hoo think I've just worked out the spoiler too!!! :D
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Re: Fall Out 3 pattern request.

Posted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 4:00 pm
by piratekitten
I was wondering if you guys had this in .pdf? I'm new to the boards and just getting back into cross stitch again (I haven't done it in a few years and thought I'd take on what seems like an ambitious project). Thanks so much!

Re: Fall Out 3 pattern request.

Posted: Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:11 am
by Lord Libidan
piratekitten wrote:I was wondering if you guys had this in .pdf? I'm new to the boards and just getting back into cross stitch again (I haven't done it in a few years and thought I'd take on what seems like an ambitious project). Thanks so much!


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Re: Fall Out 3 pattern request.

Posted: Mon Apr 26, 2010 12:04 pm
by Asinine
So I totally came in on this thread after only reading the first page... haha.

I've converted the two previously-posted .pat files into .pdf's. I don't know how well they'll come out though, so be sure you pay attention to how it looks before you start...

And I've also did a really quick (read: not a very good) job on that last picture. I removed the background, cut the size in half (to just under 400 wide), and then tossed it into the program. I'm not great at photoshopping things, so it could probably be done much better by someone else. But hopefully it's helpful.