Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Patting Self on Back

So I'm cruising through my Blogger Dashboard today and I see a post on CraftStylish for a giveaway at BurdaStyle.  I completely forgot they were giving stuff away all month long.  Darn it....

I followed the link for the giveaway and at the bottom of the page is this Friday's Technique of the Week...MINE!  I posted a tutorial for twin-needle stitching earlier this month.  I figured I wasn't the only person that had never tried this before.  It feels great to know that others found the tutorial helpful.  I read blogs all the time but find that I get a little lost because I don't have the sewing knowledge that others have.  Feels good to know I'm not the only one out there that needs some basic help from time to time.

I'm awfully tired from patting myself on the back so I'll post again later.  I got some great sewing books for Christmas that I've been reading cover to cover.  Reviews to follow....

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