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Old 03-09-2011, 04:39 PM
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Default Re: Tying Schollmeyer's Parasol Emerger

Very well done, sir! As for re-sizing, I use my computer program of Microsoft Office Pictures by choosing the edit feature. I don't ever re-size on Photobucket.

Take that parasol puff and really give it a workout with your thumb and distribute those fibers around and it will lose that half-and-half look, but, it still looks great. Once again, very well done. Now go forth and have fun tying all sorts of different patterns under the parasol.

Kelly.
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