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Tuesday, November 06, 2007


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mary in H.Va

Thnak yu Pat you answered some questions i was having!! Great videos.


Thanks for the comments on the video quality. It's challenging to get these right for everybody every time so let me know if you have problems viewing. --"the tech guy"


I love your videos . . . you are great in front of the camera! I will definitely have to learn how to make a video. . . and yes I do have two blogs now - hopefully it is a good plan! LOL


Wow, the difference is amazing! Even with High-Speed internet service, the YouTube videos kept stopping and starting, resulting in a very "choppy" view. These run start to finish no problem, and the quality is better too -- whatever the Camera Guy figured out to do, it works well!


Thanks for the tip.

I love the coffee (hot chocolate, hot tea) design.


Love the videos. Next time I send in an order to you I will order one of the pin things. The camera man is doing a great job!!


It IS clearer in comparison!..

Up until the time you mentioned coffee or hot chocolate, I thot I was seeing a really unusual primitive-type design there. *L*

Take a look at it upside down and see what you think.


Thanks Pat. Good info. Cute little quilt too. Think I might have to make one.......

Roni Hunt

great tips, pat!!! it's so much easier to 'get' things after seeing them! have a great day!
roni in fl

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