Timeline is coming and for some of us, it has already come to our Facebook page. On the 22nd of February my personal Facebook page was forced over to the new timeline format. Do I like the change? Not really, but it is time to suck it up and deal with the changes. I signed up for a webinar on the Edge Ranking that controls how long posts stay in on my friends pages. I worked right through the webinar on Friday afternoon and missed it. Now I will have to read the report next week. So what does it all mean? I really don’t know, but if I figure it out I will tell you.
But as long as the change is here I would like to do something positive with it rather than just complain. On everyone’s timeline, is a cover photo that can be changed as often as you desire. And you have the ability to pin a story at the top of your Timeline. While I was trying to decide what I wanted to put up for Quilter’s Rule page, I had a couple of thoughts. Some mediocre thoughts and maybe one good thought. What do you do if are not supposed to be commercial? Well the Quilter’s Rule page is commercial.
So what to do? What could we do that would be of interest to all our friends? One thing Quilters have in common is they love to look at quilts. We know there are a lot of great quilts out there that never get seen by anyone except the quilter and their family. We would like to show our friends some of these quilts using our Facebook page.
So here is how it is going to work. Subject to revisions as we figure this out!
Tell me a little about the quilt. You know, how big, why you did the quilt. How long it took to complete. Fabrics, thread and batting used. And any other information you think is important.
Once a week we will choose one quilt from the photos we receive to be the Quilter’s Rule Pin Story. For each quilt photo we post we will send out a complimentary Quilter’s Rule ruler (Your choice of any of our Fabric Gripping rulers). Just a little incentive to do it today not next week. Don’t forget to like the Quilter’s Rule page if you have not done so previously.
Currently, I have posted a quilt that was created for the Quilter’s Rule Tool Challenge. The quilt was pieced by Virginia Walton owner of Creative Curves, using her Multi-Angle Tool. This photo was taken before it was quilted by Gayle Bong of Gaylee Quilting. I forgot to get another picture before we presented the quilt. The quilt was presented to Juanita Canfield, a longarm quilter and a great supporter of QOV, for her service to this great country during the Quilts of Valor auction at the Milwaukee Machine Quilting Show in 2011.