Answers to FAQs
Do you have more patterns than are shown here on this website? Yes, go to http://store.tkquilting.com/ to see and purchase more designs. Eventually, they will all be moved here.
How are your Statler patterns generated? My patterns are drawn in AutoSketch with three point arcs. The files are converted in a program designed by the programmer for Statler Stitcher. They stitch smoothly and have been tested on my Statler machines.
How are your IntelliQuilter patterns made? The designs are drawn in Autosketch and the DXF files are converted in a program from IntelliQuilter.
How long do I have to wait for my patterns once I finish my order? The pattern files are available for download immediately after purchase. You will also receive an e-mail with download buttons if you miss the download.
How do I download the files in Window 10 Mail?
Download the attached file.
The Mail app doesn't download the files until you give it the command. Instead, the Mail app places shows generic thumbnails — placeholders for attached folders — along the email's top edge.
You can save the file either of two ways:
Click the attached file's generic thumbnail icon. When the thumbnail shows a miniature of the attached file, right-click it and choose Save.
Right-click the attached file and choose Download form the pop-up menu. When the download completes, the generic thumbnails fill in with photos representing the newly downloaded files.
Choose a storage area to receive the saved file.
File Explorer's Save As window appears, shown here, ready for you to save the file in your Documents folder. To save it someplace else, choose any folder listed along the Save As window's left edge. Or, click the words This PC, also on the window's left edge, and begin browsing to the folder that should receive the file.To save an attached file, right-click it, choose Save or Download from the pop-up menu, choose a location to save the file, and click the Save button.
Saving the file inside one of your four main folders — Documents, Pictures, Videos, or Music — is the easiest way to ensure you'll be able to find it later. When you choose a folder, you see a list of existing folders where you can stash your new file.
To create a new folder inside your currently viewed folder, click the New Folder button from the menu along the folder's top and, when the new folder appears, type in a name for the folder.
Click the Save button in the Save As window's bottom-right corner.
The Mail app saves the file in the folder of your choosing.
After you've saved the file, the attachment still remains inside the email. That's because saving attachments always saves a copy of the sent file. If you accidentally delete or botch an edit on your saved file, you can always return to the original email and save the attached file yet again.