Saturday, January 24, 2009

I've Arrived........

Hi to all of my new friends in the world of blogging. I am posting my first message and I am really excited about sharing my stories and crafts with all of you. I have been following quite a few blogs in the last few months and I am in awe at some of the stitcheries and quilts and just overall ideas that I have seen. Such talent!
I just rediscovered hand embroidery and am loving the Noah's Ark BOM by Lynette Anderson that I have just started. I have completed 2 and have several more traced to start. I am also doing the Country Calendar from elliesquiltplace.com.
I also enjoy machine embroidery, counted cross-stitch and quilting. I took quilting classes several years ago and have alot of UFO's and of course the usual "stash" that goes with the love of fabric. I hope to do more quilting as I try and perfect my 1/4" seam!!!








11 comments:

Tudy said...

Very nice. I am glad you got on board with the blog you suggested I do too. I am getting so many ideas I will never get them all done in this life time.

Enjoy your blog.

Steve said...

Did you say Noah's Ark?! Are you almost done with Jordan's Noah's Ark embroidery?!

AmyB said...

I love it!! I love your name too!!

Terry said...

Welcome aboard Sandy! Your Noah's Ark BOM stitcheries look great! :0)

Yvette said...

Welcome to Blogland. I look forward to seeing more of your work.

Joyce said...

Welcome to blogland. There are so many talented blog owners out there with wonderful ideas.

Karen said...

Welcome to blogland! Your Noah's Ark is looking good. :)

Miss 376 said...

Looking forward to seeing more of these

Greedy Nan said...

Hi. Nice to meet you. I'm here from Terry's and originally found her via Hensteeth which is one of my absolute favourite blogs.
I have only been blogging for a short time but really enjoy it. I'd like a few more readers but am happy that anyone takes a look really.

Greedy Nan said...

Forgot to say, I'm also doing the Lynette Anderson Noah's Ark piece. They are so very small aren't they, so why do they take so long to do ....

willowberryd said...

Hi Sandy, Your little stitcheries are very cute! I look forward to spending more time here....
Cheryl