This morning I logged into WordPress to see what the sewing world was up to and was greeted by a big announcement of Gutenberg.
I thought it referred to the large, free, public domain book site, gutenberg.org, and wondered what the heck was going on.
Mid-afternoon I had a bit of time and decided to explore. Being careful not to click the Download button, I opted for more info.
And promptly thought I’d dropped down the rabbit hole.
Starting here I had trouble making it through the first paragraph:
“The editor will endeavour to create a new page and post building experience that makes writing rich posts effortless, and has “blocks” to make it easy what today might take shortcodes, custom HTML, or “mystery meat” embed discovery.”
Rightly guessing my clueless and bug-eyed response, the text immediately set about explaining:
“Key take-aways from parsing that paragraph:
“Authoring richly laid out posts is a key strength of WordPress.
“By embracing “the block”, we can potentially unify multiple different interfaces into one. Instead of learning how to write shortcodes, custom HTML, or paste URLs to embed, you should do with just learning the block, and all the pieces should fall in place.
“Mystery meat” refers to hidden features in software, features that you have to discover. WordPress already supports a large number of blocks and 30+ embeds, so let’s surface them.”
Maybe I am more sleep deprived than I thought. This doesn’t make sense. Can any of you Lovely Readers help?
Already have a top and cut-offs, but could also use a skirt.
Nothing fancy, just slip in an elastic waist and zip up the sides. Maybe a pocket, if the bits on the jagged edges are large enough.
Sitting over on the corner is another rayon remnant. This navy might be enough for shorts, but I think the fabric’s print might look better as a skirt.
Do prints ever do that to you? Sort of give you a Look, as if peering down their nose and saying, “I am not that sort of fabric.”
Hope this isn’t a “best-laid plans” sort of post, and I can actually motivate myself into picking up the scissors.
Watch this space…