Michael Miller Is Rocking the Children’s Prints.

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There is a bounty of new prints upcoming from Michael Miller, as detailed on the Making It Fun blog. And they’re certified lead-free in compliance with the CPSIA to boot! As Caroline wrote here, this won’t do crafter/entrepreneurs much good right now, but if the legislation is modified to allow component testing, this is the type of documentation you will need.

Also, I’m trying out my new Flash slideshow generator (Slideshow Pro in this entry. I’m thinking it has a lot of potential for showing fabric collections here on True Up. It allows a lot of customization, which I’m still messing with, but we’ll get there. Let me know if you’re having trouble viewing it. I’m worried about it crashing people’s browsers.

8 Comments

  1. rifferaff says:

    hi kim, this slideshow doesn’t snow up in my google reader. i now can’t see pics unless i visit the site itself. just an fyi.

  2. Kathleen says:

    I love the slideshow. Less paging down–which is nice when you are trying to look at older posts, too.

  3. Hi, I love your site~~ Great concept and the flash slideshow is fabulous. it looks great and easy to view.
    thanks so much,

  4. Angela says:

    Doesn’t work with my news reader (google). Great idea but I can’t see anything unless I click over to your blog. Very cool if you can get it to work! Good Luck!

  5. georgia says:

    Slide show works great for me in Safari (although it made my laptop “take-off” as we so lovingly refer to it, ie start running really high). Love Michael Miller!

  6. Lisa K. says:

    I am loving! those new M.M. prints!! They are vibrant, whimsical and just really fun.

    And your slideshow is working perfectly for me in Safari.

  7. Sarah says:

    The slideshow is a sort of scary strobe black and white test page in Firefox. It’s got some black dots and what looks like a play icon from a DVD remote. And “preview size” in computer font. Very trippy.

    And like other posters said, it’s no go in Google Reader – which might be part of your secret master plan to increase traffic to your site. :)

  8. shawn says:

    It works perfectly on either browser: Safari or Firefox over here in my corner of the world. I’m on a mac… maybe that’s why. Thank you for that wonderful slideshow and kind words. :O)