Sunday, February 21, 2010

Welcome



A good way to start this blog is to post a collage of photos of my world and travels. It took me quite a long time before deciding to jump into blogland but here I am! Welcome to my quilting and stitching world. I will share with you my past and current projects. Along the way, I will talk about the designers I admire. I will show you pictures of shops, quilt shows and classes I attended. And I may also share some recipes.
Though I'm French, I will write in English as it is a language I practice everyday and above all I love speaking English!
Until later,
David

7 comments:

  1. WoW!!! you just had a great idea to open this blog : endly !! I really was waiting for it :-))
    Tes photos sont magnifiques et ta mosaique super jolie ( pretty nice )..et on va pouvoir maintenant suivre tes découvertes :c'est génial!!

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  2. Thank-you for the invitation to visit your blog. As you can see, I registered to be a Follower.
    The needlework and quilting that you put into the photo mosaic are very lovely, as is all of your work.

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  3. Hi there ! Just discovered your blog and I can't wait to see more ! Your mosaic is awesome :-)
    nataliejo

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  4. Welcome to blogging. I look forward to your future postings

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  5. So glad you started a blog, I only just discovered it because you became follower of my blog and am so happy to return the pleasure.

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  6. Une très jolie promenade sur ton blog, merci, bizz

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  7. Hi David! I just discovered your blog while trying to see who else has started Veronique's delightful Mystery quilt. I have just started my quilt and am thoroughly enjoying it. I hope you can have a quick look at my blog, and it would be great if you could add yourself as a follower. How lucky you are to have the Madeira range! I was overjoyed when I found a 30cm piece of the black and cream sampler and I am using it in tiny pieces throughout the quilt!!!! Your blocks so far are fabulous and I look forward to following your progress. Kind regards, Ann ~ Australia.

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