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Putting the No Namers into colours for easy locating

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Putting the No Namers into colours for easy locating

Post  Ev on Mon 25 Jan - 19:30

Janice and I are working on putting all of the No Names patterns into colours. It was an excellent suggestion from Janice as I've just had to look through these patterns many times trying to find the right one and this will make it so much easier.
We haven't finished yet, but will keep working on this when we can.
So the main colour will be used e.g. Red roses, or Blue carnations etc. and they will stay in their colours.
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Re: Putting the No Namers into colours for easy locating

Post  JanPots on Mon 25 Jan - 20:53

I will do some too but it will have to be later in the week Very Happy
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Post  JanPots on Tue 26 Jan - 10:20

I did a few from page 5 - (yes I am weird starting at the end LOL)
A few thoughts/queries...
"Vitrified" - do we file them under V so they all stay together?
Any pattern that are the same but different colors would be nice to stay together
things like 'Bird Shooting' and 'Trafalgar Square' - umm difficult to determine a colour.
I have to go out today, but happy to sort out the gallery but will be later in the week :O)
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Post  JanPots on Wed 27 Jan - 14:09

Ok... I have been sorting the gallery for past 5 hours !!!! LOL I have gone colour crazy...
I tried to keep it simple, but I will go through it again tomorrow as there are a few I am not happy with.
Any hoo...
I put * in front of "deco number" and "Vitrified" so that they came up first. Then any that didn't really suit a colour I labeled as "A Theme"
Then we go in colours
Black , Blue, Brown, Gold ( is a bit hazy ie unsure of) Green, Grey, Honey, Maroon, Orange, Pink Purple Red White & Yellow.
I need to get the original image from the thread to identify the colour correctly.
Have a look and any comments/suggestion/amendments... go for it Janice

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Post  Ev on Wed 27 Jan - 14:20

Thanks so much Janice, I did a heap of Blue, Pink and Red etc the other day too. So now when we add a photo to the No Names we should put the main colour first.
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Post  JanPots on Wed 27 Jan - 14:35

I enjoyed sorting it out, hopefully it will be easier to find patterns now as there are so many ...
The "pinks" gulps... need a special area all of their own !!! LOL
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