I haven't posted in forever. I have been moving, moving, relocating, trying to get acclimated. At the same time, I am still working and trying to get back into stitching. This post sounds like a complaint, and in a way it is. I'm not sure if anyone will read it, but I am finding more and more cross stitch designers making a terrible punctuation mistake in their patterns, so here is a punctuation lesson.
It's is a contraction for it is.
Its is a possessive word.
If you are trying to say a phrase such as "The moon shed its light behind the cloud," don't say it's because you are really saying "The moon shed it is light behind the cloud."
Also, while we're at the punctuation lessons, commas and periods go inside the quotation marks, not outside of the quotation marks. See above for an example.
I have had to eliminate that apostrophe on more than one pattern, and it's starting to become annoying.
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