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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 30 Nov 2012 12:33 #92661

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Thank you Lotti for volunteering. I am one of those that did not finish in time to make the first book. Still not done yet but getting close. :)
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 30 Nov 2012 09:36 #92644

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You can certainly start the Late Collection, just not able to do anything with them for the time being.


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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 30 Nov 2012 08:45 #92641

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hello ladies
yes - it is still active - however until the book is complete and out - I cannot start with the late compilation as i want to see the "real" product first to see if i should/could make a similar "look".
:) lotti
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 30 Nov 2012 08:18 #92640

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Thanks Lotti. Great idea!
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 30 Nov 2012 08:14 #92638

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Is this "late" SOTTT compilation still active? My quilt is finished, and today it will be hung in a place where I can take its picture. Thanks!
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 14 Jun 2012 19:44 #82467

Thank you, Lotti, for "stepping up to the plate" and taking on this project. You have some great "back-up" thinkers on this thread and it sounds like everyone's tastes, abilities, styles will be considered for printing. I have half of my HSTs left and am so happy and grateful for a second chance to make a "smaller-size" quilt I can hang more easily! What an amazing exchange this whole event has turned out to be. :lol: Thank you everyone for your input.
Cheers,
Shirley
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 29 May 2012 21:31 #81433

THANK YOU Lotti, you are the best!! I might even finish it this time :) :)
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 27 May 2012 15:25 #81288

Lotti, thank you for volunteering to put this "supplement" together. I'm good with whatever works easiest for you. I'd be happy with just simple pages in a pdf file. I know it will be a while before anything gets going, but if there is anything I can do to help, let me know. I'm pretty good at fiddling with layouts and stuff, if it's not too complicated :!: I'm self-taught, mostly by using EQ and doing up written patterns and illustrations for patterns for a quilt shop I worked at.

:) :) :) :)


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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 27 May 2012 10:29 #81279

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hi everyone, espicially lotti,
see the answer of linda franz from inklingo, i have asked her what kind of software she use for her e books:

Hi Becky,

Thank you very much for telling quilters at The Quilt Show about Inklingo! That is wonderful.

I use InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop to create the book layout and Adobe Acrobat to turn it into a PDF. There are package deals from Adobe for these programs. I then add copy protection to the PDF (complicated, working with a small Canadian company) and host everything on my own website. Unfortunately, the copy protection method is a significant expense, but it is good and it has proven to be user friendly.

Is that what you wanted to know? If I have misunderstood your question, please write back and I will try again.

I hope you are having a wonderful weekend with time to sew.

Hugs,
Linda & Monkey
http://www.lindafranz.com
http://www.lindafranz.com/blog All About Inklingo blog
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i hope it does answer all the questions.
cheers
becky
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 26 May 2012 17:38 #81259

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Yup, so far only looked into the blurb version...
But, as we said, still have time to try out various things.
I would like to one where I can work in indesign and then have the possibility to convert into .pdf printing files, PDF booklets, and ebooks...
Obviously we want ALL the options, and I look forward to finding out what we can end up with :)
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 26 May 2012 14:42 #81251

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beckyezra wrote:
ebook is not only for the i series, it is for 'normal' computer as well, i buy regularly from inklingo e books and never had a problem with those.
I think what Lotti is refering to is that the blurb.com website is saying that their e-books are only for the i series. Needs double checking.


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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 26 May 2012 13:59 #81246

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ebook is not only for the i series, it is for 'normal' computer as well, i buy regularly from inklingo e books and never had a problem with those.
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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 26 May 2012 12:24 #81242

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lotti wrote:
Just had a play on the blurb site, very interesting option
I especially like that I can prepare everything on adobe indesign and then upload the finished PDF files...
What I don't like is that the ebooks are for iPad, iPhone and iPod only.
Well, it'll be a little while till we get to the 'publishing' stage, so that I'll have some time to play with various options and decide what to do to suit most of us :)
So, bank on making up the pdf, we are looking at at least 6 months before the original book is launched, who knows what changes they will have wrought on that website in the meantime.

PS have a great holiday :D


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Re: Late & Unfinished SoTTT/Stripper Compilation 25 May 2012 18:03 #81226

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Hmmmmm???Not all of us have those other e-toys! Darn!
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