jeaniesa wrote:Jenny, I did a quick video tutorial a few years ago showing how to to this in Photoshop Elements 4. It should still be the same for later versions. http://www.kaleidoscopecollections.com/ ... ter-print/ Hope this helps.
jeaniesa wrote:Here's a tip for sewing the pieces together... Do not rinse the fabric (to set the ink) until you've sewn the pieces together. When you rinse the fabric, it may skew a bit and each piece will skew slightly differently. That makes it really tough to match the design across the seams.
Also, the easiest way I've found to sew the pieces together is to press back the seam allowance on one piece (using a dry iron since any water drops on the unrinsed fabric may cause water marks). Apply glue stick (washable or one for fabric) to the pressed back seam allowance. Then visually line up that tile with the one next to it. Press down so that the glue stick holds everything in place, then open and sew along the crease. This is so much easier than using a light box or holding up two pieces to a window and then trying to pin everything in place.
Hope this helps!
she-quilts wrote:With a nasty magic wand, since April/May when all of PS worked fine for me... I now have NO cropping tool!
Can you help?
This is my screen shot of my tools --
Am I missing something? I can't even get to crop my photo. :tears:
lotti wrote:Hello Joyce
i have PS Creative Suite... and a german version - but should basically be in the same place and work the same way...
go to the little triangle on the bottom right next to the slice tool - the 5th one down, click on that - and you can select the cropping tool in the little window
hope this helps
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