Friday, 1 March 2013

An idea that is blocked

Seeing Phil's 12 pieces together is such a treat.  Linda B has been working in the background (and I spotted her 'secret') trying to make a page for each person's little quilts - pulling them together under your name instead of the them.  BUT... Blogger doesn't support more than 20 pages - yet.  I'm hoping that they will look at this and offer us more before we run out.  You can see what this would be like if you go the the right hand column and under THE TWELVE you will see names that are grey.  Those are pages we have created.  Unfortunately I had to delete my page to create the Encore! page - all the latest quilts are up on their page.

We'll have to come up with something at some stage because each new challenge will mean deleting another page.

Hilary

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for all your efforts, Hilary and Linda B in keeping this blog going and for trying to make it more user friendly. You have done such a great job.

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  2. What about starting another blog for the individual galleries? It would exist as an adjunct to this blog, and you could connect to it with a link from this blog. We wouldn't post to it the way we do to this one: it would just be used as an archive.

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  3. Good thinking Heather. We are going to be forced to do something at some stage because we have used 14 pages (the Home page is counted as one) for phase 1. Hilary

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  4. Maybe a website would be a better vehicle for the archive? Thanks to Hilary and Linda B for all their efforts in organizing our blog. We wouldn't exist as a group without our virtual showcase, would we?

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  5. Oh duh! That's a brilliant suggestion - it's so obvious. Perfect solution. Will get cracking with the idea. Hilary

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  6. Thanks for keeping the group going strong Hilary. Really enjoyed the last round and seeing all the new colour series.

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  7. That makes so much sense Heather - they say the best thinking is when people put their heads together. But then you find yourself wondering why you didn't think of these things in the first place!

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