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Thread: I did it!

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    Senior Member quiltergirl80's Avatar
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    I've been playing with the idea of starting a blog and I finally did it tonight! I wanted a place to share what I'm creating and to share my inspirations. Now, any ideas of a creative name to refer to dh and my daughter by?

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    Just a family joke but DH is right brain and DD is left brain. Left is physical, right is intellect. LOL

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    lol! Thanks Deb :0) I asked DH and he wasn't much help

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    I went to your blog I like the pattern with the apron on it.
    Where did you find that.

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    When I blog about our travels I refer to my DH as "driver". Seemed logical. Does your daugher have a hobby or a vocation? ie: catlover or... red (if her hair is red) Kinda early in the morn for me to be thinking straight, I guess.

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    Very nice blog.

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    Congrats! Nice blog. Love the apron block. Did you design it yourself?

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    Don't have a clue for your DH, but the first thing that comes to mind for a red headed girl is Pipi Longstocking.

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    Love the content, but with my old eyes it is hard to read the skinny letters against a busy background. Great apron block!

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    Neat. I will go see your blog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDB
    Don't have a clue for your DH, but the first thing that comes to mind for a red headed girl is Pipi Longstocking.
    Love it! Thank you :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoyoteQuilts
    Love the content, but with my old eyes it is hard to read the skinny letters against a busy background. Great apron block!
    Thank you so much for your input. I'll work on that. Can you read the titles? Is it just the letters of the content?

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    The apron pattern was part of a pattern she had bought. I'm not sure of the name...grannies aprons? or something like that

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    Congrats! I checked it out and it nice. The apron block is really cute.

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    very nice blog! I just started one myself in Dec 2010. :) It's fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltergirl80
    Quote Originally Posted by CoyoteQuilts
    Love the content, but with my old eyes it is hard to read the skinny letters against a busy background. Great apron block!
    Thank you so much for your input. I'll work on that. Can you read the titles? Is it just the letters of the content?
    Titles are great, just the content lettering was difficult.

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    Congrats!!! IMHO Background is a bit busy.. makes it hard to read the blogging..

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvTooQuilt
    Congrats!!! IMHO Background is a bit busy.. makes it hard to read the blogging..
    Thank you. I've changed the background of the posts and hope that helps. It's great to have input from someone that hasn't been staring at it so much, while getting it ready with buttons,etc.

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    quiltergirl, I also, have a blog. It is very plain with medium brown solid background with black lettering. I was told I needed to 'spice' it up and get a busier background. I won't because I don't want the background to take away from my quilts!

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