Just thank you

by Kris
(Upstate, South Carolina, United States )

I just wanted to comment and thank you. You come across so sweet, helpful, and knowledgeable. I've been wanting to try cross stitch and with your instruction, I feel comfortable about doing so :) Thank you for sharing your know how with the world!
K

Carol responds...

Why thank you, Kris. That was really nice of you to take the time to write. I am pleased that you enjoyed my site and found it helpful.

My joy comes from sharing, and helping others to experience the fun of all kinds of embroidery. It truly is a hobby you can carry with you for the rest of your life. Something that you will never tire of and can always learn more about.

There are just so many different kinds of needlework that I don't think I will ever run out of things to share with you, my visitor.

Do let us know how you get on with your new project.

Regards,

Carol

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My first project is underway!
by: Anonymous

I just started my first project a few days ago, Carol! I'm very excited :) I'm making a princess crown to frame for my 3 year old, Emmy. It's been a learning process, with trial and error, but I think I'm getting the hang of it. I really enjoy it! I knit a bit, and love to crochet, so this is a refreshing change of pace.

I look forward to showing you a picture when I finish!

I've been referring to your wonderful website for hints and tips along the way... Thanks again for for sharing your love of the craft and your knowledge!

Warm Regards,
Kris

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