The path to blogging is paved with good intentions. But all the good intentions in the world won't create a blog filled with interesting content. Or even boring content. QF333QSF85WD
To fill a blog with things to read, you have to sit down and write. Writing is a a time consuming process for me. I'm in awe of bloggers like Judy Laquidara and Bonnie Hunter who almost always publish not just one, but 2 or 3 or 4 new blog entries every day. If I wrote that much I wouldn't have time to do anything to write about!
Over the past several months there have been lots of things I could write about here:
- quilts from my 3rd Sunday Project Linus group
- hats for charity
- sock projects
- handmade gifts
There's a half done article about my meandering path to completing a Wacky Rail Fence quilt. It's either one very long article or a 2-parter. I still have hopes of finishing the article, even though I haven't touched it for 4 months!
On a more positive note, I'm devoting a couple of hours a week to working on things for the Handcrafting with Love website. I have a collection of patterns in various stages of development that I'm finishing and publishing (e.g., the Griddle Stitch Beanie).
I have ideas about other information to add to the website; for example, getting started resources and technique tutorials. If I don't get sidetracked too soon, there will be a website redesign. Eventually. When I get a around to it.
Here's hoping this rambling note eases me back into blogging. If it does, you'll see some current projects and maybe some older projects I never got around to writing about.