Buried blog post treasures

il bloggo design in January 2006
My blog, back in January 2006!

I’ve already mentioned that since the database move there has been quite a lot of blogging behind the scene going on here. As I am tagging old posts and rearranging my categories I am also reading a few posts here and there…. It’s an interesting but slow work. I find ideas and words I had forgotten I had written down. Now I’m so happy I have all this memory keeping going on, it’s awesome looking back sometimes! I find myself agreeing with most of what I wrote – even looking five years back! And in the process I’ve found a few gems I thought I’d share with you today.


Buried blog post treasures

There are so many posts that I am really proud off – consider this just a quick taste of what resonates with me right now. I hope you like ’em too. Please add your thoughts to any of these posts if you find them helpful or interesting, new comments are always welcome and appreciated. The post from the screen dump above is called Planning a dream studio, if you want to check that one out too.

I’m posting these today as a response to Seth’s call for buried treasures. Check out more buried treasures at his blog The altered page!

10 Responses

  1. Sherry, thanks! It’s fun that it’s afternoon here when you start your day, but yeah, the buried treasures are fun! Glad you enjoyed!

  2. hi hanna, i just want to say thank you for all the information you post. i have found your blog to be one of the most informative & inspirational. you are so giving & i am so happy to have someone like you when i need some help. i have found a lot of answers to my questions just by reading your blog almost everyday.

  3. Seth got me digging into the ‘burried treasures’ a while ago… it is indeed fun to look back and find your own words that you’d forgotten…

  4. I left a comment at the fabric scraps post because it resonated with me. I also like the other posts for all their information. You have a very interesting blog. I’m glad for Seth because I found your site.

    • Thanks for taking the time to comment on my posts! Makes me so happy just to know that someone is reading old posts too! :-)

  5. Great way to spend the day, and butt therapy to boot. And that sewing machine makes great stamp perforations if you’re into making your own stamps!

  6. i loved the photos in “sewing with other people’s trash” – it inspired me to want to sew with my smallest discarded bits.

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