Friday, September 23, 2011

Hello

Wow!  For some reason I've been gaining followers.  Hi there!  I'm curious why you've decided to follow my blog.  Do you mind sharing.  If you don't want to, welcome anyway!

Andie asked if I would put all my Chat conversions on one page.  The ones I've posted are now there.  I just need to start digging through my Chat drawer (yes, they have their own drawer) and see what else is there that has been converted.  I know there's Hawaii, Persian Iris Garden, Pompei.  Convent Herbal Garden and Evening in the Park were kitted with the charted colors though.  Geez, I need to start stitching some of these up instead of getting the new ones.  The new Dragon Gate is also kitted and ready to go.  Maybe this weekend I'll get a couple more up.  Thanks Andie!

6 comments:

Teipu said...

Thank you for the nice welcome ^^
I started following you because I really like your WIPs. Looking at other people's WIPs is a great motivation for me ^^

Agi said...

hi,

I fell in love with Frosty Knotgarden first, and then all the other Chatelaine designs. If I remember well it was yuku where I found your blog

Andrea said...

Oh yay! *claps hands together and jumps up and down happily* roflol :D I am so happy you are sharing!....... Are you gonna do Deep Blue Sea? :D lol I originally started following your blog when I saw one of your Chat wips... not sure which.... although I am sure I could trawl thru and find it if you forced me :D

Andrea said...

Hey ya :D Don't forget your Winter Watergarden conversion :D Its so well done!! :D

mdgtjulie said...

I honestly can't remember how I found your blog Sarah. I could have found you on a yahoo group, or I could have found you through another blog. But I like it here!!

OctoberLace said...

Hi, Sarah! I just came from The Stitch Specialists, following a discussion of your HDF conversions for Chatelaine charts. I bought the chart for Hummingbird Elegance just before the Yahoo group closed this summer. I'm not sure when I'll start it, but I do like HDF silks and was interested in your ideas. Theresa