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The basic palette option is available in 5a. It should default to it if you're choosing crochet.
yeah we do have that here also
I really don't know any designers who are rich...I'm sure the few exceptions are out there, but I don't know any personally! Most are like you...they're trying to eke by, doing what they love. The arts are a cruel industry. Every once in a while I hear a success story and realize they're the exception to the rule.
I would have thought the festival would be making enough money from sales alone. Shame on them, trying to make fortunes off of struggling people! I wouldn't publish their info either, particularly not for free. Let them pay someone a large part of those fortunes they charge to put that up on their site. Like they're going to do that.
I too am having a problem on getting my st count to be as many as I want for my pattern.
I want my pattern to be 150 wide and 180 long
Right now I am getting the 150 wide, but then I get 236 long (or tall)
and the tall is more than I am wanting it to be. Can you tell me what I have
to enter to get just the 180 tall?