Hello Dear Friends!
I have been asked by a few... about the jacks stitch in the previous post. This is a pattern that I worked up some time last year... and I cannot for the life of me remember why, when, or any other details about it. As you know... things have changed for me (for the better!) over the past year and I am still recovering from all of that. Mentally I will get back on track soon. Maybe... (maybe not)
Anyway... because you asked... here is a little FREEBIE for you...
~*Potted Jacks N' Crows*~ Freebie Betty Dekat/primitivebettys © 2014
67 by 74 stitches
Use thread colors of your own selection. I have printed the pattern with DMC 3021 brown gray, 610 drab brown, and 301 mahogany.
On another note... I am working to restock my printed~mailable patterns in my ETSY shoppe. Some are listed now, others will be added soon. Once my paper pattern stock is gone ~ it is gone. I don't plan to print any more photos or patterns. Where we live now, it is not convenient to run to the store for prints and copies. SO... like I have said many times over... I AM TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO MAKE A PDF PATTERN. My super smart, stepsons are planning a visit from Chicago over the 4th of July holiday... and I AM GOING TO BEG THEM FOR HELP!!! LOL So please, bare with me a little longer! Thank you!
The freebie patterns of mine can ALL be found by clicking the link on the left sidebar. To print the free patterns...
Click on the freebie link (currently Miss Jane Freebie) and it will bring up the entire album. Find the pattern you wish to print - keeping the entire album on the screen Then right click. This will bring up a menu of options for you to pick from... choose view image. This should (if you are using Windows - I know nothing about Mac) bring the image up on a page alone. From the File menu at the top left of your screen... all the way top... choose print preview. Choose the scale that best fits your needs... then print. To get back to the patterns - use your back arrow.
Ok... I have to step away from the computer to cheer on another ball game. Have a GREAT night!
Wishing you all warm smiles,