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 Post subject: testing flicker ...
PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:24 am 
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With thanks to Mark … even an old Radio Operator can learn some new tricks.

This is one of my embroidered art … this panel was also embroidered on a Tote Bag as well as a Sweatshirt ..

Instead of a brush and paint .. I used 15 needles and colored thread.

I realize that it is a "G" Model and not an "F" but that was all I had at the time … changes can now be made

Jerry




ImageMUMB01 by Jerry G, on Flickr

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 Post subject: Re: testing flicker ...
PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 10:33 am 
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Good job Jerry ;) ... PM sent as well.

Just one thing left to do to clean up the results you see once you post a photo.

1. When you copy and paste the BBCode only leave the length of the code as I show below. Backspace and erase until you only have the what I show below as the end of the code. (I show in bold) This way you won't see the additional code next or below your posted photo.

[url=https:/flic.kr/p/25szfEU]https://farm2.staticflickr.com/_967455290_h.jpg[/img][/url]

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