Hopefully not too much to follow along - always holler if you need help - back awake again - grandson sitting day so just dropped him to nursery now time to play a while before I go pick him up again and go back to being chief wooden train track engineer - he is the driver and the boss designer and driver ( at 3) heaven help when he is older .............lol
Thank you so much
Sorry not to have got back earlier, real life kicked in
. However, success, cutting file made and tested, works a treat. I got my knickers in a twist with the the original triangle, but with alot of help finally sorted it. I am now sitting here with a silly grin on my face, and loads of trianglly shaped pieces of paper. I can't believe you wrote a tutorial in Inkscape and I made a cutting file in Studio - surreal. Once again thank you, I've got to get my head around Inkscape, but I find it intimidating.
Know how that works - my daughter produced her first baby Bear Bradley Carter this morning at 8.15 weighing a healthy 7lbs 7ozs and all thoughts of the video I was going to do went out of the window. Delighted to have the image of you sitting grinning surrounded by triangles - such fun when it works
Think the trick with Inkscape is to do a little at a time - start with simple shapes and then work your way up - as you gain confidence things do get easier and it is wonderful for doing all sorts of stuff. Any time you need help and I or lots of others will be happy to repay the debt we owe to everyone who helped us. I am only scratching the surface and as you can probably see from my youtube channel ( newbiecrafter) tend to make videos which interest me or someone has asked about rather than a progressive learning set. Though I am considering make some basic - here is how to start and just cover a little each time
All of course put on hold for time to play with new grandson
good luck Pandora