Posted 2015-11-11 8:04 PM (#90615 - in reply to #90603) Subject: Re: Color Palettes
Location: Canyon Lake, Texas
Are there any users of Stitch-n-Stash that would like to share how they are using this program? I'm an admitted sewing junkie and have hordes of fabric, etc. to organize. Some parts of the program I find confusing, while most are straight forward and terrific. I read the help files when I've got a question, and usually find the answer. When still lost, I ask the forum. Don't always get a reply, so I thought maybe I'll try this approach. Love all my WG programs and want to use them to their full abilities.
Posted 2015-11-11 10:19 PM (#90616 - in reply to #90603) Subject: RE: Color Palettes
Location: Auburn, AL
Susan Palmer - 2015-11-09 7:10 PM
For each fabric, are the 10 drop down color boxes to be used for the color/colors in the image fabric?
Is "Color Palette Name" a repeat of fabric name or various colors that would compliment?
What image do I insert in the left side large box?
Why do I have to type in code and name since they are listed in the drop down menus?
You can use the color palette as fits your needs. You can either use it to identify the colors in the swatch or if you have multiple colors of the same fabric. We have customers who use it for fabric inventory for the business so they often have more than one color of the same fabric.
You can insert any image you like. For fabrics, that is usually a swatch. Some will put an image of the end of the bolt. The image is not required though if you do not want to use it.
The code allows you to enter a color code such as an RGB value or Hex value and the name allows you to enter a more descriptive name such as dark gray.