It’s my Blogiversary!!!

I am in sheer disbelief that it’s been a year since I started this blog.  Since I just did a review of the last year and a post about my goals for 2010, I won’t repeat myself here.  But I think this anniversary is worth at least a little mention and hope you will indulge me.  

I have met so many wonderful people on line in my sewing research, through reading tons of sewing blogs (you don’t want to know how many, trust me), and through Pattern Review.  I’ve even met some people IRL (in real life): Carolyn, Karen, Lindsay T, Cidell, Trena, Wendy, Dishmey, Barbara, Mica…  to name just a few.   To the last, all are wonderful and talented women.  And did I mention helpful?  Carolyn and Karen have both patiently fielded late night panicky questions and Karen was even a guest blogger on my Trench Coat Sew Along

This online and IRL community has been a godsend to me as I muddled my way through this past year learning to sew and I would like to acknowledge what a great resource you all are.  I may not have the fanciest blog on the block, but I thank you for visiting me nonetheless.  As ever, your comments, feedback and advice are most welcome.



7 responses to “It’s my Blogiversary!!!

  1. Congratulations on your blogiversary! Looking forward to many more posts.

  2. Congrats on your anniversary! I love reading your blog, and I like the look of it too. Its clean and refreshing.

  3. Congratulations! The blog is a year older and you are a year wiser!

  4. Congratulations. I just started mine and hope I can make it a year.

  5. I’m so proud to see you standing up and walking..okay I know you will get that as the mother of a 2 year old! I’m looking forward to seeing great things from you sewing-wise in the next year! You can do it!!!

    Happy Anniversary ~ and here’s to many more!!!

  6. Happy anniversary – and no problem about the panicky late night phone calls and emails! That’s what friends are for.

    You’ve made huge progress in the last year and I’m looking forward to watching what comes next.

  7. The skirt is gorgeous! It looks so professionally done. Pleats are really hard to sew. I am very proud of my talented daughter.

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