Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Thanks to Yesterday's Visitors ...

Thanks to the folks who read and comment here, I now have my next two Bride's Tree charts: April's Rabbit symbolizing Hope and May's Bird symbolizing Happiness ... and as a little bonus, a non-Quaker, but absolutely lovely primitive Rabbit chart. This is one of the main reasons I love blogging: it creates a stitching community with which to network. No one individual could possibly be aware of all the stitching resources available on the internet ... but extend your network by including even just a few blogging buddies ... the sky's the limit ... problem solved ... joy reigns.

The commenters suggested a few links, those links led to still other links ... in less than 10 minutes of focused researching, I had two charts perfect for my Bride's Tree SAL Quaker ornaments and another for the sheer pleasure of it. And the links now are part of my blog archive, ready to be retrieved should I encounter similar needs in the future. A wealth of information quite literally at my fingertips.

Oh, yes, I do love blogging.

5 comments:

Nic said...

I'm so pleased you got a suitable rabbit chart - it's so frustrating when you know there's something out there but can't find it! And a bonus getting May's chart too ...

I'm beginning to think next year's design project should be a set for a Bride's Tree...

Dani - tkdchick said...

Stitchers are always the best!!!

Rachel S said...

What ones are you using? Inquiring minds want to know?

riona said...

Rachel: I am using the Quaker Rabbit and Quaker Bird in a Nest from aury's blog ... I should have the Rabbit done in time to post on my own blog and on the Bride's Tree SAL blog in a day or so. And the lovely tall slender primitive rabbit free chart was the one for which you shared the link on your own blog.

Erynne Chard said...

I quite agree, there's a great network here and if you can't find it, someone can! This is one of my only connections to the world of needlework and I love it!

I posted an amusing picture for you on my blog, btw. Well, I found it amusing anyway :o)

Erynne