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Jun 2, 2015

Free Seaside Cracker Guides (Palma Seljan) UPDATED

Palma Seljan has posted a free stitch guide for Melissa Shirley's "Seaside Cracker: Sailboat" online.  Here's the link--
https://word.office.live.com/wv/WordView.aspx?FBsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fattachments%2Ffile_preview.php%3Fid%3D829133863843755%26time%3D1431787491%26metadata&access_token=1277706333%3AAVIqsNFbm2hztZWuVEpobRH6nkR4BINfVu0y4AxdkRRJoA&title=Melissa+Shirle_s+Seaside+Cracker+_+Boat.docx

This is what the unstitched canvas looks like. Thanks, Palma!
http://melissashirleydesigns.com/galsearch/index.cgi?index=1369675765_4484&col=

And here are the bugle beads Palma choose for her border.
http://www.firemountaingems.com/itemdetails/h208910sb

Plus she has posted a free stitch guide for the mermaid in the set.  You can see the thumbnail in the link to Melissa Shirley's website above.  Just click on it for a good look at the original unstitched design.
https://word.office.live.com/wv/WordView.aspx?FBsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fattachments%2Ffile_preview.php%3Fid%3D607693602705834%26time%3D1432336909%26metadata&access_token=1277706333%3AAVIBVX5bfzsXQd2PiWR0_a9VuUSJgVwLQeJsntZEPPlsLg&title=Seaside+Cracker+by+Melissa+Shirley+Needlepoint+Designs.docx

UPDATE:  Folks can't get the links to open this morning, so I managed to get the files downloaded from the needlepoint group on Facebook where Palma also posted them and turned them into PDF files.  I can't post them here to download (Blogger doesn't have that feature) but if you email me at chilly hollowat hot maildotcom I will reply with them as attachments for you.  Sorry about this!  But PDF files should be viewable by everyone no matter what flavor of software or type of computer they use.





4 comments:

  1. Hi Jane,

    I wasn't able to open the links. To open in Word, a "live word account" is needed. I'm usually savy enough to tackle things like this, but couldn't do this one.

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  2. Sorry, Brenda, this is a Word document and I can't control the content. Let me see if I can convert it to a PDF file. If I can do that, anyone should be able to open it. Give me a couple of hours, ok? I have things I have to do first before I figure out the download and then the conversion.

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    1. Well, that was quick. I can't open either document either, Brenda. It's possible Palma as taken them down. I'll ask her but don't hold your breath for an answer. Palma travels a lot for her job so she may take a while to get back to me.

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    2. Brenda, I managed to download the files from Palma again to my personal computer, then turned them into PDF files. If you will email me at chillyhollow at hot mail dot com I will send those back to you as attachments.

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