Monday, February 8, 2010

So, I finally got that blog up and running that I've been talking about for the last 4 years. The hardest part was thinking up a name. I thought I had it about 18 months ago but that name was taken.

Stitching Between The Lines popped into my mind because I'd rather be sewing or reading more then just about anything else in the world. Mostly, I can stitch and/or read while doing a whole bunch of other things. You know, waiting in the car for a kid, waiting at the orthodontist office again...., waiting up for a kid's phone call, you get the idea. Such perfect hobbies.

I have 3 kids and live in a part of the country where winter lasts about 6 months. Again, perfect hobbies. I could live anywhere in the world as long as there was a library and the UPS guy can find my house. (With my new Kindle, the UPS guy is almost expendable.) Oh, bite my tongue..... who would bring me all that great stitching and quilting stash.

I plan to post about my stitching, quilting and reading, for the most part. Since the kids, the husband, the job, and the cat are forever present, they'll get mentioned too.

I'm going for a small amount of anonymity, the kids would have a cow otherwise, so I'll try to keep things a little general. Don't be afraid to email or post a comment asking for more specific info, though.

OK..... So here goes...... now I just need to get people to stop by and see this all come together.

I'm off..... The Queen Bee

16 comments:

  1. Hey girly! I'm thrilled to be your very first comment writer! Welcome to the world of blogging! I'm so glad that you've decided to jump into Stitchy Blogland with us!

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  2. Hi there!
    Welcome to blogdom!
    I'm from NY too, lower Hudson River valley.
    Stitchy bloggers are a pretty frienly group.
    Good luck to you! I look forward to seeing some of your projects.

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  3. Welcome to blogland! I'm looking forward to reading your posts. I used to live in New York...where do you live? Have fun with this!

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  4. Welcome to the blogging community!

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  5. Welcome to blog-land from snowy Western PA!

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  6. Welcome to blogging! I can totally identify with your post. I've been thinking for awhile about starting a blog, but like you, it's taking me awhile to come up with a title. I too, love books and stitching, so I love your title.

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  7. Hi Pam! So glad to see your blog! Hopefully you'll post more than I do! Looking forward to seeing what you are working on. Oh, and I love the name. Perfect.

    Barb from Camp Gottastitch

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  8. Welcome to blog world . It's so much fun . You get to meet great people like your first comment gal, Lee. Look forward to seeing your work and hearing about any good books. I am in a book club and always looking for good reads. Have fun!

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  9. Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. If your interested I have a blog with over 500 stitching blogs on it . You'll get addicted to reading them so be careful lol and happy stitching
    http://stitchingblogsweallluvtoread.blogspot.com/

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  10. Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging.

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  11. Welcome to the world of blogging! ;) I'm looking forward to seeing pics of your stitching and reading about your favorite books.

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  12. Welcome to our world. Always nice to see a new face on the block of stitching blogs.
    Be always in stitches.

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  13. Welcome to the blogging community. I jumped in a little over a year ago and amazed how quickly the world seem to shrink. Between reading other blogs, having people read & comment on mine and then participating in all the different stitching exchanges (and other activities) - I have met and interacted with some many wonderful people from all over the world. I have even been blessed with meeting some as I travel with my son's hockey team.
    I hope that you find as much enjoyment and reward from blogging as I do!
    Take care,
    Lisa D
    www.cadurst.blogspot.com

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  14. Our stitching group finally took the plunge and started up our blog almost 2 weeks ago. I hope you have as much fun with yours as we have had so far with ours. (We still have tons to learn though!)

    Tracey
    http://morethanjustcrossstitchin.blogspot.com/

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