Thank you for the great information.
1)website to find a complete alphabet?
2)cross stitch pattern maker???
: Hi Sharon,
: Wish I could find you one already done, but
: it is fun (usually) and satifying to work
: out your own pattern. That way you get
: almost exactly what you wanted!
: You can either grab a sheet of graph paper
: and a pencil and work out the lettering of
: the verse, it's good to have an alphabet to
: work from (say if you already have patterns
: with a complete alphabet or something free
: from the net) that way you will have
: consistant and uniform looking words and
: have an idea of the finished size too.
: Usually you leave 1 space between letters
: and about 3 or 4 spaces between words. Then
: you need to work out how many spaces between
: the lines, if it is a longer verse (and
: yours one may be, depending on how much of
: the verse you wish to quote).
: Otherwise you can use word generators (on
: the net) to create the wording you want -
: please let me know if you'd like links to
: these and I'll post them. Or you can use a
: cross stitch pattern maker, which I
: sometimes use. But using graph paper is
: still good!
: Please post back if I haven't explained
: something well enough.
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