Monday, August 18, 2008

Who are you People?

I stole this from the lovely Chiloe

So who reads my blog?

1. As a comment on this post, leave one memory that you and I had together. It doesn't matter if you know me a little or a lot, anything you remember! And if we've never met in real life, leave me a comment of your favorite post I wrote and why it was your favorite.

2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you. It's actually really funny to see the responses. If you leave a memory about me, I'll assume you're playing the game and I'll come to your blog and leave one about you.




Anonymous said...

I have a lot of nice memories about your blog but the one that comes to mind straight away is your Rose of Sharon post - the first one where we saw you were doing her in the red conversion ... and you very kindly emailed me the conversion too:o)

Rachel said...

I found your blog when viewing celtic ladies on various blogs and saw your Celtic Autumn and fell in love. Thank you so much for sharing the color pallet with me :o)

Im waiting for the gold beads before really getting started on mine.

Kathryn in NZ said...

Just enjoy your blog generally, love that you post progress pics (both stitching and Bethany, LOL) and enjoy your taste in stitching.

Chiloe said...

I found you first and love everything I saw ever since :love: I love your stitching as you know: it's always a pleasure to visit your blog.

Thanks for your nice comment on my blog today: you almost made me cry. As soon as we win the lotery, we'll come to visit you ;-)

Kathryn said...

Thank you for your kind comment about Hawaiian Mandala. If you like it, then you should be happy that it take me more than a year to finish it. This is only Part One of Twelve (though some of the other parts will not take six months to stitch).

My husband graduated from the University of Auckland in Archeology and we lived in Epsom and Sudley. We were back in 1999 and will be back again in 2010.

XS Margie said...

Hi Andie ~

I first came across your blog after visiting another blog ~ and fell in love with all of your beautiful stitching. I visit often to see the new projects you are working on ~ all of your work is wonderfully done. We've never actually chatted or commented on each others blogs ~ but I love to visit & read your new posts ~ and see your stitching projects.

Hope you are having a wonderful day!!!

Mel said...

Memory: well that would be when you invited me to join your SAL with Kristen for Celtic Autumn. While for some it might not be a big deal I was really honoured. I never had been in one before and I really had such a fun time knowing there were 2 other peopl stitching with me.
I have a lot of fav posts. I love seeing your progress pics and finishes. Your stitching inspires me.

Anonymous said...

I first found your blog through the Stab and stash site,and I just love all the pretty ladies you stitch. I remember seeing a picture of your bump and now can't believe how much the babe has grown

The Euphoric Stitcher said...

I don't remember how I found you blog, but I loved your RoS red conversion. I can't wait to get her started. Oh and your blog also got me on the Enchanted Fabrics BB.... what an enabler!!!!

Barb said...

I enjoy coming to your blog and seeing your pieces. I don't remember when or how I found it but I do come often.

Daffycat said...

I'm new left a comment on my blog so I came to visit. I've added you to me reader so I'll be back!

sugardoll said...

I've lots of memories of you. All good and pleasant of course haha. I know that we have talked against some ppl behind their hiney's when we don't like them over at a bb or 2. LOLOL

I am always running to you when i feel like something is wrong with this order...or yuck, this one thing i order is this and that LOL

You gave me my first sets of countrystitch hand-dyes. Absolutely a generous heart.

And that sexy 'hot momma' pregnancy picture you posted when Beth was still living inside your uterus. LOL

And then there is your Wade, your cute teen-ager..I wish i was his age hahaha. No, I won't corrupt minors. LOL

And of course, I wuv yew! always and always!

Delphyne said...

I've just discovered your blog for the first time. Your stitching is gorgeous. I will return often.

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