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Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Finished!!

I DID IT!
More pics over at flickr if you would like to see them (just click on the photo)

And if anyone can tell me how you can add more than one photo to a blog at a time from flickr I will be eternally grateful.

15 comments:

  1. Love it! Wish I could help you with the picture question...but I always take the pics from my files to the blog.

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  2. I'm like Beth, I take my photos directly from my computer not from Flickr. Let's me have as many as I want. Didn't know that Flickr made that difficult.

    And impressive sewing marathon. Quilt looks great.

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  3. Unfortunately, with the "improvements" to Flickr, you now can't post multiple pictures to your blog unless you do individual entries and then cut and paste.

    Which is only one of the reasons I always upload directly from my computer. The other reason is I have never yet worked anywhere where our local settings allow me to see photos that come from Flickr, no matter where they're posted. I figure other people must have that problem too, and it's unlikely that they'll come back to my post a second time to see it.

    So I just make sure they can see it the first time around!

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  4. This quilt really talks to me. I love it!

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  5. Fabulous quilt - and I don't know how to bring more than one pic from Flickr at a time, it's so frustrating!

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  6. I do love some plaid! Great quilt!

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  7. I love your country style quilt but then I do love plaid fabric - been collecting for quite a while - must make something and not just hoard it!

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  8. Lovely - and I am impressed that you worked through the sunny days! All the weeds in the garden were calling to me!

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  9. Very nice quilt.
    You can't directly blog more than one picture from Flickr. You can however copy the HTML/BBCode and paste this in the HTML section of your new blogpost. Hope that helps.

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  10. I like this quilt, especially the green flower bits.

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  11. I just love all that plaid :) great quilt.

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  12. Your quilt looks absolutely stunning! I have to go back to my sewing room and pull some of my plaids out! You have inspired me so much!

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  13. Gorgeous quilt! I don't know if you noticed, but I made your Folksy shop the "fabric supplies featured shop" this month - here's the link:
    http://blog.folksy.com/2011/04/30/fabric-sewing-kits-patterns

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  14. And now it's all mine mine mine! Thanks so much, it's adorning a sofa, getting ready to make the house look lovely and cosy in the winter. I would simply never get round to making a quilt these days, so I am guilt free in purchasing this. It looks really gorgeous - thank you so much. I'll keep an eye on your stuff!

    x x x
    Catherine from OriginalStitch

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