Sunday, November 25, 2007

Well I have to start somewhere

We all need to start somewhere, and for me this is the beginning of my story. The middle and the end is still being written. So sit down, and hang on for the ride. I will do my best to keep your interest as I share my story with you.

As far back as I can remember, I have always had an interest in working with my hands. Creating something from scratch and finding out what I can do with the raw materials is very exciting and rewarding. I have worked with many different materials along the way, like fabric, thread, yarn, clay, pencil, and paper, paints, chalks, and so many more. There have been many different results some good and some not so good. (Not going to share those right now {{grinn}}. But I will over time share some of my creations with you once I figure out how.

You see this blogging thing is relatively new to me, so for those of you who are seasoned bloggers, you may need to bare with me as I figure out things here. (if you want to share you expertise with me I am open to help)

Anyway back to me, as this is my story. Though trial and error I discovered my true passion and I am driven to follow this passion. It has plagued me for years, and I really did not know what it was or why but all I knew is I needed to continue until I found my destiny. (which I think I have) You may be asking yourself what is she talking about? My dream was to have my own place where I could teach others how to create. I have had many jobs along the way which were all part of my journey here. Over time you will get to know more about them. But right now I want to let you all know that this blog will give you an inside to my experiences and I hope to inspire you to follow your dreams too!

I know there is not much to read on this blog now, but I promise to work at daily so if your at all curious then bookmark me, and come back to see the rest of my story. This blog will also promise to provide you with lots of information on quilting, and sewing. I want to share what I know with you, and I want you to learn what you can from me. Sound good? Then come back and see what else I have in store for you.

In the meantime, I would like to invite you to check out my website: http://www.quiltingweekly.com This is also a new venture for me. It is an online quilting classroom dedicated to quilters around the world. You can register for free, and pay for a class only if you want to take it. I even have a free class which you get when you register so why not check it out!

Until next time,
Remember in quilting there are no mistakes, only design choices to be made!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Chris, It was lovely to read more about you. It will be fun to see where this site goes in the future too. Everything creative-quilting related has been a joy to be part of.
Hugs, Anna

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