Tuesday, 18 February 2014

I'm slowly moving forward

I'm having lots of fun with my blanket I find it is easier to pick up when I don't have much time than cross stitch and a lot easier to do. It also is more comfortable at the moment in the heat to be not thinking about than anything else.

I'm almost finished the tenth colour so only two more before I will have used every colour that I have.

I was browsing blogs today and I came across one recommending an app called beautiful mess. It's a photo editing app and it's so simple to use to make quite professional looking collages and stuff to display my work. A plain photo is so boring.... and I'm too lazy to upload them onto my computer anymore, I take them directly from my phone so anything to help photos look interesting when I want is great. Even just an easy way to add simple text if I need. Basically I was looking for something to make my photos seem more professional without spending tonnes or having to use my computer.

It's meant to be used for project life so has a nice sizing that prints well too. Can you tell I had some fun with my pictures. It was soooo easy to play with and enjoy.

 It's so much fun to play with I had to play with all my projects. The colours are so pretty.




I had so much fun playing with my new program. The only problem is that it saves to my phones memory not into the pictures folder. So uploading them from my phone was a pain until I worked out how to move them around. :P

I just couldn't resist all the pretty photos.

Happy Stitching,
Caitlin

7 comments:

  1. I find the same thing with crochet, it moves so much faster than stitching! And so much easier to pick up and start working away.

    I just love the images you've put together with your new app. They look really fun!

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  2. WOW - what a warm and fuzzy rush I got from seeing your blanket - looks just like the one, all the ladies on my fathers side of the family would make. Great childhood memory-

    Great time to start to make a blanket.

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  3. WOW - what a warm and fuzzy rush I got from seeing your blanket - looks just like the one, all the ladies on my fathers side of the family would make. Great childhood memory-

    Great time to start to make a blanket.

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  4. Love the colors in your blanket Caitlin.

    Linda

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  5. the colours you chose for your blanket are so sweet
    it's already very beautiful and we can't wait to see more =)
    enjoy
    xxxx

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  6. Great job so far on your granny stripe! I have yet to start mine since I need those counter thingies to help with the initial chain. Wonderful photos too!!

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  7. Hi Caitlin, I am loving your Granny Stripe and its colourway. Mine has only had a couple of rows added this week, been distracted by Blackwork. I look forward to seeing yours grow. I am not the quickest so I expect yours will be complete before mine :-)

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