There were some questions yesterday about translation. This is the site for the Google translator I use...http://translate.google.com/#auto|fr|
Using the Mac, it is not as easy to get that instant translation that I got instantly on my PC - but I am still trying to figure it out. Maybe I am missing something here.
On this site, I type in the web address and it translates, but in two stages - not bad, just a bit more slowly than the PC.
Here's the deal:
The list has become unwieldy and a bit worrisome. I am willing to let the book continue on its rather marvelous adventure, and am very happy to do so, as I am so pleased with it's journey to date.
However, I am not willing to keep adding more names to the first list or indeed to start another at this time.
In the future, my plan is to begin a new list as we get close to the end of this one. At that time, I will post a request for names as I did the first time, and we can have another go-around. Make sense?
(This really is just a wicked way to make sure you are reading tat-ology!)
There you have it. The new list should start in about a year!
My ninety-five- year-old Aunt looked around for some old hankies for me and she found some - of course! Just what I need ...more projects!
Most of them were large, very old and folded away for decades. The silk had disintegrated in the folds and they are too fragile for me to use, so I sent them to my sister who quilts and does things with fabric, kind of the way Suztats does. Like Suztats, my sister is a whiz with a needle, a pair of scissors and a sewing machine.
This is the one I salvaged, cutting away most of the silk. I think it is so pretty.
It measures about 4"x6" - rather like photo size, with an "S" in the corner. I just love this little remnant. I shall have to pick a special treatment for a border for it.