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Moriarty,
Welcome! Smile
It's good to know the cross stitch setting has worked for you! While we do caution people that the crochet setting is best for graphghans (because technically, single crochet stitches aren't square), if the patterns aren't distorting, that's fantastic! Smile


Sherry,

Thanks for the helpful info!  Kiss

Melanie,

I can draw a bit.. But we have these overhead projectors (if you know what they are). You simply put something in it, that is printed on transparent plastic, and they you turn the maschine on, and you will now see the pattern on your wall.. You can now simply draw after the shadows that the maschine is casting.. Cheesy


Lavender is a beautiful color.. I wouldn't dare paint an entire room in that color (but only because I would be afraid I wanted to change it shortly after)..

I'm not in to the almost white, but not white colors either.. They all look the same.. o.O

Oh come on,  we both know it's your biggest dream.. A brothel like room in your house.. :p You can even complete the look by installing red lamps and so on :p LOOOOOL


Oh the dark color in the bedroom.. My mother has this beautiful, almost black, dark gray in her bedroom.. All white furniture.. I love it..
The room gets a lot of natural light, so it doesn't seem dark dark, if you know what I mean..


Glad you like the sweaters.. They are all knitted by my mother Smiley
I have a ton more, but the boys grew out of them..
She made one with a dachshund going all around the waist once.. Super cute.. Cheesy
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Hi All Smile
            I haven't been tunisian crocheting very long,i have researched it,done a small piece of tunisian crochet,watched alot of youtube videos.I joined this site a few days ago because i wanted to TSS a picture/logo blanket .I found the wizard put my logo in and when i went to view it i thought the graph was the wrong way for TSS because of a video i watched on youtube called : How to turn knitting graph into tunisian crochet graph

For those who don't use youtube
In the video the knitting graph is wide oblong like TKS,she makes a circle on the knitting graph and Tunisian Simple Stitches the circle which comes out a very streached oval because the stitch is tall not wide.
So she rotates the graph and re TSS the graph and it comes out more like a circle

Lol anyway enough of the woffling 
Getting to the point

I think the graph on the wizard for tunisian crochet is the wrong way for TSS
Thinking about it maybe there should be other options to select if your doing Tunisian Simple Stitch (Tall graph) or Tunisian Knit Stitch (wide graph) 

What do you guys and gals think??? 

 

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