Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by F.James Cripwe » Wed, 11 Dec 2002 20:46:30



     Our Guild now has a set of pictures from our Needlearts 2002 show.
It can be viewed at www.angelfire.com/on3/ovgs.  Follow the trail to
Needlearts 2002; to thumbnails; to pictures.  I hope you enjoy.
--
Jim Cripwell.        
                Thoughts from a confused philosopher.
     If a husband speaks in a forest, and his wife does not hear him;
     Is he still wrong?  (And I know the answer is YES!!!)
 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by Dawne Peterso » Thu, 12 Dec 2002 06:23:14


Rats! The site is inaccessible due to excessive bandwidth (3 pm
Saskatchewan Standard Time).  It says to try later.
Dawne

 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by Joan Erickso » Thu, 12 Dec 2002 07:07:38


Quote:

> Rats! The site is inaccessible due to excessive bandwidth (3 pm
> Saskatchewan Standard Time).  It says to try later.
> Dawne

        I've tried a number of times today with no luck. :(
--
        Joan

See my first-ever design here:
http://www.HeritageShoppe.com/heritage/temp/joan1.jpg

"Stitch when you are young and poor, frame when you are old and rich."
      - Elizabeth's (rctn'r) sister's MIL (Barbara Marr)

 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by F.James Cripwe » Thu, 12 Dec 2002 20:47:36


Quote:

> Rats! The site is inaccessible due to excessive bandwidth (3 pm
> Saskatchewan Standard Time).  It says to try later.
> Dawne

     Sorry about that.  I got a message from the webmaster to the same
effect this morning.  I will tell you if I get further news.

--
Jim Cripwell.        
                Thoughts from a confused philosopher.
     If a husband speaks in a forest, and his wife does not hear him;
     Is he still wrong?  (And I know the answer is YES!!!)

 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by Paul » Fri, 13 Dec 2002 00:43:22


Quote:

> Our Guild now has a set of pictures from our Needlearts 2002 show.
> It can be viewed at www.angelfire.com/on3/ovgs.  Follow the trail to
> Needlearts 2002; to thumbnails; to pictures.  I hope you enjoy.

It worked fine for me just now.

Just one word - WOW.   What an incredible amount of work your group
has done, Jim - you are all to be congratulated.  I especially like
the goldwork clan crest - so elegant!  And the canvaswork piano
picture - just charming and sweet.  And the original design called Our
Butterfly Garden - there is still snow on the ground here from last
week and that garden was so bright and cheery.  And the original
design called Solitude was lovely.

And your pieces, too, Jim, the maiden and especially the Eva
Rosenstand bellpull, were beautiful.  I am just in awe of all the work
your group did.

Anyone who thinks people are doing "just" cross stitch should go look
here!  There is goldwork, canvaswork, crewel, stumpwork, hardanger,
mountemellick, drawn thread, smocking, quilting, machine embroidery,
and on and on.  Such a varied exhibition - very impressive.  Thanks
for sharing the site, Jim.
Paula B.

 
 
 

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Post by Lynn Hanse » Sat, 14 Dec 2002 01:59:09




Quote:
> www.angelfire.com/on3/ovgs

I echo Paula's "wow".  

Am I overlooking a way to view the pictures larger or are they all only
thumbnail?   I suppose if you're already having bandwidth problems, then
thumbnail is plenty, but I want to drool over some nicer pictures if I
can.

   Lynn

 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by Lucill » Sat, 14 Dec 2002 02:38:30


Your members are very talented.  They are truly stunning.
Lucille


Quote:


> > www.angelfire.com/on3/ovgs

> I echo Paula's "wow".

> Am I overlooking a way to view the pictures larger or are they all only
> thumbnail?   I suppose if you're already having bandwidth problems, then
> thumbnail is plenty, but I want to drool over some nicer pictures if I
> can.

>    Lynn

 
 
 

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Post by Lucill » Sat, 14 Dec 2002 03:49:30


Correction the needlework pieces are gorgeous and maybe your members are
stunning too..
Lucille


Quote:
> Your members are very talented.  They are truly stunning.
> Lucille





> > > www.angelfire.com/on3/ovgs

> > I echo Paula's "wow".

> > Am I overlooking a way to view the pictures larger or are they all only
> > thumbnail?   I suppose if you're already having bandwidth problems, then
> > thumbnail is plenty, but I want to drool over some nicer pictures if I
> > can.

> >    Lynn

 
 
 

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Post by F.James Cripwe » Sat, 14 Dec 2002 05:48:24


Quote:

> Am I overlooking a way to view the pictures larger or are they all only
> thumbnail?   I suppose if you're already having bandwidth problems, then
> thumbnail is plenty, but I want to drool over some nicer pictures if I
> can.

>    Lynn

     You should be able to click on the thumbnails for large pictures.
Apparently it was the "slide show" which caused the porblems.  I think
this has been removed.
--
Jim Cripwell.        
                Thoughts from a confused philosopher.
     If a husband speaks in a forest, and his wife does not hear him;
     Is he still wrong?  (And I know the answer is YES!!!)
 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by Lynn Hanse » Sat, 14 Dec 2002 07:06:58




Quote:
>      You should be able to click on the thumbnails for large pictures.
> Apparently it was the "slide show" which caused the porblems.  I think
> this has been removed.

When I click on the thumbnails I get a text description of the item.  

   Lynn

(oh, and can I have the URL again?)

 
 
 

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Post by Paul » Sat, 14 Dec 2002 21:49:19


Quote:


> > Am I overlooking a way to view the pictures larger or are they all only
> > thumbnail?   I suppose if you're already having bandwidth problems, then
> > thumbnail is plenty, but I want to drool over some nicer pictures if I
> > can.

> >    Lynn

>      You should be able to click on the thumbnails for large pictures.
> Apparently it was the "slide show" which caused the porblems.  I think
> this has been removed.

I sat through the entire slide show and it worked just fine for me.
It was nice not to have to click on every thumbnail to see a bigger
view.
Paula B.
 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by F.James Cripwe » Sat, 14 Dec 2002 23:01:40


Quote:



>>      You should be able to click on the thumbnails for large pictures.
>> Apparently it was the "slide show" which caused the porblems.  I think
>> this has been removed.

> When I click on the thumbnails I get a text description of the item.  

>    Lynn

> (oh, and can I have the URL again?)

     I tried the URL, and it worked fine for me.  Go to
www.angelfire.com/on3/ovgs, through Needlearts 2002, and thumbnails.  HTH.
--
Jim Cripwell.        
                Thoughts from a confused philosopher.
     If a husband speaks in a forest, and his wife does not hear him;
     Is he still wrong?  (And I know the answer is YES!!!)
 
 
 

Needlearts 2002 pictures.

Post by Lynn Hanse » Sun, 15 Dec 2002 02:13:01




Quote:
>      I tried the URL, and it worked fine for me.  Go to
> www.angelfire.com/on3/ovgs, through Needlearts 2002, and thumbnails.  HTH.

Ok, I played with it and the Show Source option.  The larger images are
in a folder called "images" and the html pages are set up to display the
image along with the text that I've been getting.  The odd thing is that
the source of the images is listed as "image\whatever.jpg"   Most URLs
including image source URLs use forward slashes (/).  That backslash is
not reading in my version of Netscape.  My guess is that the web
administrator set up this page using one of Microsoft's fine products
which purposely codes to exclude non-Microsoft products.  But that's
just my cynical guess.  The simple use of a universal / instead of a \
would render this page useful to ALL (well almost all) readers rather
than those that are programmed to read the unusual \.   It's a shame,
really.

Lynn