Thursday, May 21, 2009

Logo for Stitching Exchanging

Dear All,

I was thinking it would be nice to have a logo for Stitching Exchanging that we could put on our own blogs with a link to this site. What do you think about this one?

Edit

15 comments:

Marie said...

As you already know Edit, I really like this one :-)

SGVChicago said...

I think it is very nice.....I will need vast and detailed instructions to actually put it on my blog....I am VERY non tech!
Willing but not apt...

Kate said...

Great Idea!!!

Edit said...

Sharon,

This is the way to include it on your blog:

1 Save the image to your computer.

2 Log in to your Blogger account and go to "Dashboard".

3 Choose "Layout"

4 In "Page elements" click "Add a Gadget" and add a "Picture"

5 Now appears a window called "Configure Image"

6 Choose "Image from your computer" and browse the location of the logo and select it.

7 To the line "Link" type the address of Stitching Exchanging (http://stitchingexchanging.blogspot.com/)

8 Click "Save"

9 Picture with the link is added.
Now it appears in the top of the list below "Add Gadget". You can move it down if you want (just grab and move it down).

Click "Save" and it is finished.

Good luck. Edit

Gillie said...

I like it very much - we'll puzzle it out together, Sharon! Marie, am I part of the Just Nan exchange, just being anal.....!

Marie said...

Hi Gillie

Yes you are - I added you to the list, but didn't think to actually tell you lol. Can you email me with your snail addy please :-)

Yoyo said...

I like the script...but I would like to see it in a "stitched" version more. Any possibility of that?

Yoyo said...

Sorry, forgot to say, if you want to put the image on your blog and you do not have a Blogger blog E-mail me and I'll give you the procedure for your blog type.

Kate said...

Great Idea!!!

Edit said...

Yoyo, I don't know how to do it in a stitched version :( Any idea?

Yoyo said...

Edit, This looks like a familiar font to me, do you know what font you used to make the design? I might be able to do it in my software and actually stitch it will quick, that's one way. Or, I think I have a couple of "stitch fonts" that might look good too, I can play with that a little and see if just putting it in a stitch-like-font might give it the 'flavor' of stitching. Tell me your font name if you have it and I'll see what else I might have.

Edit said...

Yoyo, I used the font "Lindas Lament" on the page http://cooltext.com/. There are a lot of other fonts there, but I couldn't find any stitched ones.

Yoyo said...

Edit, I couldn't find a font I liked either. Please take a look at this and tell me what you think. If you think it's trash that's fine, I just played around with your image and came up with this. It's a thought.

Edit said...

Yoyo, it looks good, maybe a bit difficult to read (?), but it is fine for me :)

Yoyo said...

Edit, you're right. I changed the lines to be thinner and not so many. Have a look now and see if this is better.