Sunday, July 16, 2006

Welcome to My World


This is my first post in a blog that I hope to use for my crafting adventures, photographs, etc. Right now I'm mostly knitting with a few forays back into counted cross stitch and beading.


The picture is a close-up of the afghan that my sister and I made, in separate squares, in separate states.

15 comments:

DebbieJRT said...

Welcome to the blogiverse! If you need any help with blogger, don't hesitate to shout.

Dave Daniels said...

Hey there, welcome to blogland.
May you have lots of posts, and endless joy!

mf said...

Welcome to blog world!

Roxie said...

You buy books? Oh goody! I write books! In fact, the first one comes out soon. Knitting magic, with a pattern included for self-heating mittens. Would you care to consider it?

MarciNYC said...

I so love this afghan... great effort by you and your sister.

Welcome to blog land -- a crafter and a reader. I can't think of anything better! :)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful afghan! Wonderful stitchery.

Natalie Tyler

peninah said...

I knew I was in the wrong field.. here I am buying all these books and *you* get paid for it? ;)

welcome to blog-land. we don't bite. ;)

pippi said...

welcome to the blog-o-sphere!

Ann said...

Welcome to the neighborhood!

Saffron said...

Welcome to Blogworld! :)

jessica~ said...

Welcome to blog-land!
Enjoy!

Great afghan, by the way!

Sara said...

Hi! Welcome aboard...you'll have fun here...

Paul said...

Welcome to the world of Blogging! You'll have a great time!

Bugsy (aka Joe) said...

Welcome to the blogosphere!

Are all of those knitted blocks all connected? Sort of like a quilt? That's neat.

Alison said...

Hi all - yes, Joe, we knitted all the individual squares, then put them in a sequence, then sewed them together, first in horizontal strips, then sewing the strips together (using yarn and a big needle.) It worked amazingly well considering all the different patterns we used and the different sizes that things do turn out in!