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    Rowena Murillo
    • 3 years ago

    This is a great guide. Wish I had it while doing daycamps in the 90s. Tie dye folding techniques....Methods for tie dye.

    • Kirsten Harris
      • 3 years ago

      I have noticed the sticky credit to the source on many of your items. Do you have to do anything special to get this when you create a pin? I know you are careful about sources, and I would like to be more careful than I currently am. It's so frustrating to see something you really like and not know who to credit it to...

    • Rowena Murillo
      • 3 years ago

      I just try to pin things with credits and a link back. I try to avoid dead links and tumblr. But sometimes I am not good about it and pin something anyway. Sometimes, one of my followers will know where it comes from and I will link it back. When you edit a pin, you can fill a correct link in. When i pin something original, I try to make sure to credit the artist/creator and always pin from a static link.

    • Kirsten Harris
      • 3 years ago

      Yea, tumbler is no good. I found a trick where you can drag images from one page and drop them into Google Image search to get hits and try to find a source. It works sometimes, but not always. Thanks for your advice :)

    • Kirsten Harris
      • 3 years ago

      Sometimes I just pin things too. Usually if I'm just tired, and momentarily don't care. Sad, but true.