Blogging Adds Friends…

And YOU are one of them!

A lot of quilters (and non quilters alike) visit quilters’ and crafters’ blogs… some leave comments, some don’t. Some send you email, some don’t. Each morning when I turn on my computer I notice that the number of people visiting my blog has grown, and it always makes me wonder…

Who are you? Where do you live? Are you a first-time quilter? An experienced quilter? A quilter wanna be? What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you have a job? Do you own a quilt shop? Are you a young mom or a proud Grammy like me? Our blogs share important parts of our lives with our blogging friends. Please add a quick comment and introduce yourself, dear friend!

I don’t think I shared this little quilt before. I made it many years ago, and my youngest son used to cuddle under it to watch television. It was machine pieced and hand quilted. University of Michigan colors, my alma mater.

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul,
and paints his own nature into his pictures.
~Henry Ward Beecher

Thanks for stopping by!

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4 thoughts on “Blogging Adds Friends…

  1. Hi Caron,I came by your blog after you commented in mine (it pays to comment!) and enjoyed reading your posts.I’m in Maryland, USA and I work at my local Quilt Shop-I do their webpages, and lots of other things. I’ve been quilting over 15 years now. Definitely a proud mama of 4–not a grandma, yet. And in my spare time I quilt with my friends!


  2. Hi Caron, I came for a visit after you left such a sweet comment on my blog.I have been quilting for about 2 years. I am a stay-at-home Mom to a 7 year old boy. My other 3 children are grown and gone from the nest. I have 5 grandchildren. I live in wonderful Idaho. It is fun to visit with you.


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