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Sisters Rematted
September 13, 2020, 8:38 pm
Filed under: ANG Delaware's Seashore Chapter, Sisters

I am 8 months late celebrating a 10 year anniversary of my blog! I’ve been posting less photos this year trying to decide what to do about moving forward because my 3 GB of free space was just about used up. Do I start a new blog? Do I go back through over 700 posts and delete pictures to open up space? Do I upgrade and pay for more space?

Well, I have upgraded. Now, I have 13 GB of free space which means that I have over 30 years of space for more pictures and God willing that’s about what I need! Can you imagine 30 more years of stitching? I sure hope so.

So, now I can use up precious space and show my rematted Sisters piece. I had Pam at Romeo’s cover up the stitched silver border which emphasized that the canvas was warped. You can’t see it with just the background unless you really scrutinize it.

Before.

After.

So much better!

I may have to take a class to learn how to use all the other upgrades that came with the extra space but for now I am happy to be able to post as many photos as I want.


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Looking great!

Comment by suesci

I upgraded my personal blog when I ran out of space for pictures. I just didn’t want to delete a single picture!

I agree that the rematting on “Sisters” looks great!

Comment by rosielunde

I figured that it was just prolonging the inevitable. And, it’s not that expensive. I didn’t know you have a blog, will you email me blog address? Thanks!

Comment by melitastitches4fun




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