Software for consolidating two cross stitch patterns

by Debbie
(Chesterland, Ohio USA)

I started counted cross stitch in the 70's before patterns were readily available - I concocted my own from knitting patterns and my limited imagination, over the years.

I have a couple of faith-based cross stitch patterns that I am interested in working together somehow. Am thinking a computer program would be ideal as I don't have the energy to work and rework on graph paper as I have done in the past.

I'm not really computer-gifted so am looking for a program that is novice-friendly. The Easy Cross program sounds pretty do-able. I assume since the price is given in pounds that this is something that comes from UK. How does the price convert to US dollars and how do I arrange to purchase?


Carol answers...

Yes, Easy Cross is very simple to use, even for those of us who are not computer literate. :) I too started with graph paper and colored pencils, as I told in my story.

Colin Fulford, the programmer for Easy Cross is based in the UK, but we can send the CDs anywhere in the world. You can use the PayPal buttons to place an order and the conversion will be worked out for you. Obviously this will change according to the exchange rate, but now is a good time to buy things from the UK as the rate is in your favor.

Regards,

Carol

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