"It takes ages to finish a quilt you're not working on!"

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Calling all Apron lovers!!!

I finally got around to putting Linda's CD in my computer, logging into Picasa, and attempting to transfer the images direct from the CD to my blog. It worked! Well of course - there is no reason why it shouldn't have - just another example of my lack of confidence in high level technology - lol!! But back to business...
I have put nine aprons here - with sincere apologies to those people on dial-up. I'm afraid it will take a while to download, and probably use up your monthly allowance of megabytes or whatever..sorry. But once I started, I thought I may as well put a few online, otherwise I would be fiddling around for weeks on end if I did it one at a time. There are another 10 or so on the CD, but I will put them on in a few days time.
Enjoy! And please feel free to comment. I notice while actually in the process of downloading, Maggie Ann was sitting at her computer watching, and commenting as I went!

5 comments:

Pam Kellogg said...

Gina, I'm drooling all over my keyboard! I'll send you the bill for a new one! :) Just kidding!

Wow! These are amazing! I don't know which one I like the most. Will have to take me another peek tomorrow morning.

I could just get lost in your linen collection. Such a special and lovely collection you have.

And don't worry about us dial-up people. My time is unlimited but it only took a minute or so for everything to load.

Medieval Lady said...

Hi Gina,
WOW what a collection! They're all so beautiful. I think the puppies are my favorite but then again....It's too hard to pick a favorite. Keep posting.
Patty who will be catching up on posting soon. For a change was actually involved in a project. :-)

Maggie Ann said...

Yes, and Gina,I enjoyed every apron you downloaded. In fact I have started embroidering myself one with a crinloline lady on it. I took it with me in the car Tuesday and got almost her whole skirt done. Your posts are a treat!

Gina E. said...

Maggie Ann, I am delighted to hear that I have inspired you to stitch a crinoline lady on an apron, no less! I am dying to see it! I have been inspired to take on so many more interesting and exciting things, since I discovered the wonderful world of Blogs. Isn't it a shame that "Blog" is such an ugly word, for what is the most fantastic tool in communication to be invented since the telephone?

melissa said...

The aprons are wonderful...I especially love Captain Cook's Cottage. They look pretty simple, sewing-wise, except for the embroidery.

I'm inspired!