"It looks really good. We can get an image with the right proportions by clicking on VIEW FULL SIZE. Every now and then the software squashes the image like this. I don't know why. But the correct image is in ning's computer."
Thank you very much! I think I need to give it a try again in the coming month. I may reach out to you!
I have one of the Italian Puncetto books as well (I think the first one) that was published a few years ago. I cannot remember the name. And I did buy a magnifier light and also got 'craft' prescription glasses so that may help.
Your picture working diagonally looks like a smart idea as well.
Linda - I did read your message to me. Let me explain some things about the software for this site. What they call a "message" is actually a private email going from you to me. This "message" function works between you and me (as the administrator), or between you and any individuals that you "friend".
To reply to someone's comment on one of your photos, look all the way up and down that page for an empty comment box. Post your reply in the box. Then look under the box and click on ADD COMMENT.
I was interested especially to hear that you had designed so many pieces. I look forward to seeing more of them. Have you looked through our album of puncetto photos (posted by our members). We do have a few who have done some imvpressive work. And some have experimented with it, and tried working in color.
Hi Linda, nice to meet you. I am doing a lot of puncetto, I've been practicing it since 2005. I live close to the valley where puncetto was born (Valsesia, Northern Italy), I followed classes there.
The piece I can see from your profile is beautiful, very complex. Did you draw it on paper before realizing it?
This is my first attempt to leave a comment. I am working from my cell phone and haven't figured out how to post pictures yet.
I have been making and studying Puncetto for about 4 years now, learning all I can from the internet .... thank you Avital!
I hope to join tbe Puncettp group.
Welcome. Please read all the NOTES. They explain our policies, the laces we include, and how the software works. Join any groups that interest you. We do have a group for PUNCETTO and one for OYA. And of course a BEGINNERS class for western European needle lace. If you have any questions, contact me and I'll try to help.