Thursday, 10 January 2013

Flickr group for 2013: The Year of The Finished Project

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Twenty-nine people  have linked up for 2013: The year of the Finished Project. How exciting! Welcome to you all!

This group started because I wanted a place where I could work on my UFOs/WiPs from all my different stitching projects -- knitting, quilting, hand-piecing and cross-stitch.

I hoped a couple of people would join me and I want to thank all of you who have (and those just watching).

Chris, at Shared Creativity, one of the party-linkers, emailed me and asked about a Flickr group. She has set one up for us, here is the link:  http://www.flickr.com/groups/2122502@N24/

And here is the grab code if you want to put this button on your blog. This, of course, is completely up to you!

Flickr Group for 2013: the Year of The Finished Project

Thanks a lot, Chris. I really appreciate it. Barbara, from Cat Patches, was very generous with her time in helping me set up this linky party (thank you, Barbara). She had suggested I set up a group but it had completely slipped my mind -- I have had house guests since Christmas so have had my mind elsewhere. They have all gone now so I'm going to spend the day clearing out my sewing room which has become the repository for all manner of "homeless" items!

4 comments:

  1. You ha e to have a good area to work so you can finish projects! You might even find some more ideas to work on! Good idea for all of us.

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  2. You are so welcome! It looks like it's all coming together nicely.

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  3. So glad to see that your idea took off in such a big way. I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone finishes up this month.

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  4. It will be so fun to see all the great projects!!! :)

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