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====== HTML Patchwork  ====== ====== HTML Patchwork  ======
-The ''htmlp'' folder on this website is designed to hold 216 pages - one for each patch in the HTML Patchwork. Each page is named according to the six-digit colour code that the patch represents, and you can see a link to each page in the list on the left-hand side. You can also click directly to each patch from the hexagonal patchwork design in the top left corner of the page.+Welcome to the Html Patchwiki of 216 pages - one for each patch in the HTML Patchwork. Each page is named according to the six-digit colour code that the patch represents, and you can see a link to each page in the list on the left-hand side. You can also click directly to each patch from the hexagonal patchwork design in the top left corner of the page. A photograph of the completed patchwork is shown below.
On each wiki page the maker of the patch has uploaded information, photos and notes about making their patch. Patches were made in Sheffield, Newcastle, Birmingham and Brighton in the UK; Italy, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. On each wiki page the maker of the patch has uploaded information, photos and notes about making their patch. Patches were made in Sheffield, Newcastle, Birmingham and Brighton in the UK; Italy, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
-More information about the Html Patchwork can be found at www.open-source-embroidery.org.uk/patchwork.htm[[http://example.com|http://www.open-source-embroidery.org.uk/patchwork.htm]]+More information about the Html Patchwork can be found at [[http://www.open-source-embroidery.org.uk/patchwork.htm|http://www.open-source-embroidery.org.uk/patchwork.htm]]
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