Wednesday, 21 April 2010

Jackie suggested this for today's blog. Please click on the photo to enlarge it so you can read it.

See my side bar for a link to Jackie's blog. I am sick of editing this blog and I don't seem to be able to make the link work - this last time I was taken to some ads for Google! Definitely not what I wanted.
This is the very interesting fibre fever page I received yesterday from Margreet in The Netherlands.
My chosen them is Nature and I love the way Margreet has used hand embroidery to add the flora to the page.
No time for any more. Blogger has been most unco-operative today and I have deleted and reloaded this post three times! Perhaps I should admit that it is probably my lack of knowledge which is the biggest problem. Cheers.


  1. I do agree about the addition of that embroidery.
    Google can be frustrating at times but at least we all get to contact one another - eventually!

  2. I find that since I have Arthritus in my thumbs that hand writing is a pain--literally-but you do have lovely handwriting Robin.

  3. Your writing is lovely Robin. Thank you for taking part. I am thinking of copying and pasting all these handwritten pieces into a mosaic or something. Its a glimpse into your personality.

  4. Lovely handwriting Robin and that is also a cute fibre fever page.

  5. Your writing is a beautiful as the needlework you do and I'm not surprised that you practised copperplate at school. I love the elephants' 'garden'!

  6. Lovely handwriting, with echos of that copperplate - and another new blog to explore! I'd like to have a closer look at some of those fibre pieces, so shall return another time.

  7. Thanks for visiting my blog - your handwriting is lovely. I think how you hold your pen, left or right, must be to do with how your whole arm is formed, joints & all. It does seem odd pushing a pen instead of gracefully pulling it, tho, but I've always enjoyed being different!

    Good to meet new people thru Jackies game!


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