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sewloud ([personal profile] robinsnest) wrote2017-07-16 12:12 am

knitting away

No sewing lately, I'm frantically knitting away on Jenny-Rose's pineapple reticule to finish and get it in the mail in time to get to her for CosCol. I've reached the point of forcing myself where I think it looks abjectly dreadful and I hate it...I'm not making another pineapple for at least a few year. I need a break from them. Also I'm springing for silk.

So here's my question for people who are smart. why does instagram have an embed code function if when I do it there's never an image there? It would make it so much easier to put pictures here.
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Anyway I think I did too many points, i dislike long skinnypineapples. I want them fat and round :-p 

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[personal profile] totchipanda 2017-07-16 04:52 am (UTC)(link)
That was lj's last good feature, embedding instagram pics (and could copy the code here, but furst youd have to load a post there)

I also dislike skinny pineapples but not enough to rip it back! Good luck! (i started my last pineapple completely over when it turned out too long and skinny:( )
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[personal profile] chocolatepot 2017-07-17 12:11 pm (UTC)(link)
It's possible to extract the filename for Instagram photos if you open the picture in a new tab and look through the source code - it's listed a few rows beneath the caption, a met tag with "property="og:image"". Then you can just hotlink from there!