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G. Romilly Mueller
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Living life at the intersection of art, craft, dance and writing!
Living life at the intersection of art, craft, dance and writing!

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But possibly not for a bit, at least not for videos… You see, we upgraded to Windows 10 two weeks ago. Um… Yeah. Despite assurances from my local IT specialist, maybe that wasn’t such a good idea. (He’s now swearing up a storm as well…) While I can still…

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I am currently up to my ears in deadlines. Oops. I’ve run through my backlog of already-typed posts, and don’t have time to put more together and get them up just now. Don’t let my deadlines worry you! If you’d like to work with me, please feel free to…

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Way Too Busy...

In addition to embroidery, I’m also a tech writer and editor. And currently up to my ears in deadlines. Oops. I’ve run through my backlog of already-typed posts, and don’t have time to put more together and get them up just now. So today, if writing and…

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Learn Bullion Knots - a long knot that looks like spines or curls.

I am in the midst of an editing job today… and coming up on the deadline. As such, there’s not much time to actually write a full post on bullion knots nor to find an appropriate photo. I hope to add better photos and more text in the coming days. :)…

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If you're a freelancer, there are easy ways to keep your clients coming back...
So you are building a stable of good writing clients. Some of them are Very Good. Of course you treat everyone with professionalism, send thank you notes, and talk to them regularly. But what if I said you could do more to keep these fantastic clients…

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Are you a freelancer? There are easy ways to keeo your best clients coming back... 
So you are building a stable of good writing clients. Some of them are Very Good. Of course you treat everyone with professionalism, send thank you notes, and talk to them regularly. But what if I said you could do more to keep these fantastic clients…

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Do you railroad, or is it too much trouble? 
Railroading Stitches for a Smooth Look

“Railroading stitches” is a phrase popularized by the cross stitchers on UseNet in the late 90s. It refers to making the strands of floss in your stitches lay parallel to each other as if they were railroad tracks. Specifically, it does this without using…

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Do you railroad? 
Railroading Stitches for a Smooth Look

“Railroading stitches” is a phrase popularized by the cross stitchers on UseNet in the late 90s. It refers to making the strands of floss in your stitches lay parallel to each other as if they were railroad tracks. Specifically, it does this without using…

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Railroading Stitches for a Smooth Look

“Railroading stitches” is a phrase popularized by the cross stitchers on UseNet in the late 90s. It refers to making the strands of floss in your stitches lay parallel to each other as if they were railroad tracks. Specifically, it does this without using…

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So you are building a stable of good writing clients. Some of them are Very Good. Of course you treat everyone with professionalism, send thank you notes, and talk to them regularly. But what if I said you could do more to keep these fantastic clients…
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