Thank you so much to Rebecca at Home, Heart and Hook for nominating me for a Versatile Blogger Award!
I’ve only been blogging for a few weeks and its great to know that your posts are being read.
I think the rules for receiving this award are:
1. Thank the person who gave you this award – That one’s easy – thank you Rebecca! (click on Home, Heart and Hook above to check out her fabulous blog).
2. Nominate 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award… with only being part of the blogging community for a few weeks, I’m still a newbie, so if I haven’t nominated you, it’s probably because I haven’t found you yet! No one is obliged to take the award, so don’t feel you have to accept it! So here are my nominations!
- The Thrifty Needle
- Quiet Vintage Sewing
- Did you make that
- The Giraffe’s Hat
- Sew well
- Olivia’s Sewing Room
- You and Mie
- 2 Kids Land
- Sarah London
- Cult of crochet
- Devin Likes to Knit
- Mary’s Hobby House
- Stitched Up Mama
3. Say 7 things about yourself.
- I started blogging as one of my friends wanted to learn to knit and crochet. As she doesn’t live very close, I thought it would be good to use blogging as my platform!
- My mum taught me to knit when I was a child and Lucy’s blog, Attic 24, got me hooked on crochet just a few months ago!
- The first item of clothing I made was a black lace see-through top – it was back in the 80s and I wanted to look like Madonna!
- I’ve just started up a lunchtime knitting group at work to try to get the office to knit. Two weeks in we’ve had 4 new knittters and 4 returners!
- I love vintage and have become a bit of a car boot china collector. When we have our friends over it’s a high cream tea! Even the silver sugar tongs come out!
- My first sewing machine was an old treadle Singer …. foot and hand co-ordination was essential to get your sewing done!
- I have 4 chickens called Leg-warmers, Hetty, Pineapple and Ginger… I can feel a pattern for some cute egg cosies coming on!
Thank you again to all my blog readers and followers. If I can post just one thing to inspire you to pick up your needles then I feel I have achieved something!