Fresh Sewing day or small blog meet


When I woke up today and been surfing around on my android phone I came across Shakey Stitches’s blog http://shakeystitches.blogspot.co.uk/ from 1 May 2012, when she was taking about a small blog meet.

It seems the lovely lady at Lily’s Quilts came up with a great idea to get links to small blogs – with less than 50 followers – to  get to  know more people and possbilly make new friends  that are interested in the same – sewing :).

So I’ve decided to have a look and add her button to my blog!

Now I’m off to add my link to her blog and to visit the ones already there!

See you  later 🙂

4 thoughts on “Fresh Sewing day or small blog meet

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  1. I’m here from Lily’s Quilts for the Small Blog Meet. By following your blog, I’m gonna want to start sewing. Right now, I’m just a quilter.
    Nice to meet you.
    Vicky K
    VickyKCreating.blogspot.ca

    1. Thanks Vicky, I’m also seriously thinking of trying quilting as well. Just you guys have s lot of patience. Making clothes tends to take less time ;).but now I’ve got loads of scraps that light be better used. Will have s look at you blog as soon as I get in front of pc.

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