Saturday, February 2, 2008

New Direction

I have decided to take a new direction with my blog. No, I'm not going to stop posting free charts (I know it must seem that way, since it's been a while!) but I am going to start posting pics of projects I'm working on, posting a little more about other stitchy stuff and generally making it a little friendlier. I started out wanting to keep it very anonymous because it is, afterall, on the Internet! However, over the past months, I have been hooked on reading the blogs of others and I realize that the ones I enjoy the most are the ones that give you a bit of insight into the writer. So, I will let a little of me come in - no, I'm not going to post about my life problems, etc., but more about my stitching philosophy, praises for other stitchers and designers and things of that nature. I LOVE stitching and I LOVE stitchers!! It is a great community that I am happy to be a part of. I wish I had time to stitch something special for each and every one. Since I don't, I will have to be satisfied with stitching for a few, and continuing to design for the rest. Happy Stitching to All!

6 comments:

Becky K in OK said...

Here's wishing you the best on your new direction. I look forward to reading your new posts, philosophies, and praises.

Jennifer said...

I came down the same path as you did - not wanting to put too much of my personal stuff out there for privacy reasons, but discovering that the most interesting blogs did indeed offer some insight to the author. Injecting a little personality into your blog makes it not only more enjoyable to read, but more enjoyable to write as well and I think helps stitchers feel more connected. I applaud your decision!

loris said...

Sharon, the best to you whatever way you decide to go. I enjoy reading your blog.

monique said...

Sounds like a good change! I like to get personal on mine, but no more so than anything I'd say out loud to co-workers (If I had any LOL)

AngelSan said...

I love to read about what you are describing in your post. And actually that's how I try to post on my blog. Being personal and telling about your stitching experience is always a good read, and then we feel like some people share the same opinion as we are...

If anything I would read your blog even more !

Deanne J said...

Sounds like a great idea