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Is my new blog written in english. I had first a blog written in hebrew which I update sometimes mostly to tell what is new in the other english blog.
It is new and I haven´t written so much yes but I am going to post the progress of making my first fiber book starting june 1st with the group here in stitching fingers.
My blog, for anyone interested, covers a bit of everything...crazy quilting, knitting, flowers, family life, and just general mumblings about life! I'm working on the monthly TIF challenge so there are posts about that and some of the other needlework projects I do.
this is my blog spot. I am new to blogging and have a variety of craft things on my blog. I hope I can develop into a place people enjoy coming. One day.
I am looking forward to reading other people's blogs.
Any help and discussion you can offer will be gratefully accepted.
I create lampshades from plant-fibre paper using the technique of reverse applique. My blog shares my design inspiration, work in progress and finished lamps.
Many of my designs are inspired by my garden on the slopes of the Malvern Hills in England and my blog features a 'Bloom of the Week' (usually posted on Mondays) which is a photographic study of a plant flowering in my garden that week. It provides me with a continuous inspiration source of colour, shape and form and I hope it inspires you too. Do visit and leave a comment or two!
My blog is mainly a blog of what I am creating but also a little about my surroundings in the English Lake District. I dabble in quilting, crazy quilting, needlepunch,painting, beading etc and often all in the same project! :o)
this is the blog I started 2 months ago. I wanted to have an online journal to write my ideas down . I found this neather than writings on bit of paper everywhere. Now I also started a sketchjournal I finely use.