It's been 10 years since I started this blog! Oh my what an adventure it's been! I have gotten an updated logo to better reflect my current mood and style and as soon as I figure out how, I'll be updating the blog as well. In other words, I will be hiring someone since Blogger has changed so much that I no longer can figure it out on my own. And now they CHARGE me monthly to be confused!!!!
I would so much rather be quilting! Speaking of quilting, thank you so much for your amazing support of my longarm business. It truly pays the bills around here and keeps this venture afloat for the meantime. My fingers are crossed that guilds will start hiring teachers again and I'll be on the road once more. I have three teaching trips planned for the next year but before Covid, I was teaching that many times a month!
If you follow me on social media (I'm most frequently on Instagram) you've seen some sneak peeks but I'll be sharing some of the following here soon:
- New sewing room
- New longarm space
- Projects and kits from my fabric line Daisy Talk
- New teaching and workshop options
- Travel adventures
- Book reviews
- Rebranding and updates
- And always more giveaways
Love the new logo and can't wait to see what changes pop up on the website! It doesn't seem like 10 years have gone by...;-)ReplyDelete
I love to read your blog and hope you find a way to continue that works well for you. I have heard others complain about it is harder to make them work. I live here in Georgia and if I ever get anything finished I will definitely want to send it to your for long arming. I am older and have issues but still love looking at all the beautiful work that everyone does. It makes my day to read the blogs. I am not into all the other things like Instagram. Maybe I should learn. It is so good to see you being so happy!ReplyDelete
Congrats on 10 years! So glad to have a quilt finish and I look forward to your magic!ReplyDelete
10 year's of blogging, you are one of the die hards in blogland! I love the blogging world, it has brought me so much friendships, here in the Netherlands and in the US. Blogging changed my life, and I hope it did yours too. I wish you many more year's of happy blogging!ReplyDelete