Blowing my Own Horn

I wasn't going to say anything about this, but now that I've seen the photo, I can't help myself.  So I'm blowing my own horn loudly and I hope you'll forgive me. 

Remember this cotton piece I decided not to send to Handmade for Christchurch?   Well, a certain young maker left a comment on that post, and I discovered she lives in Christchurch, so I asked if she wanted it.  She did, and I was so happy because it felt just as good as if had donated the piece to H4C.

I wanted to see if her life had improved in the months since so I went to her blog, and what did I see?  I swear, this is one of the most beautiful photos I've seen recently, and whoa, it even has my piece in it.  She's only the fourth person I've ever seen wearing what I made.  Well, fourth not counting Ben.

I am totally blown away, and this is why you have to forgive me. 


  1. Its because its such an amazing scarf!! And your just so talented and lovely! I wear it so much, its perfect for summer! And i just don't know how to say thank you enough =)

  2. Oh, no need at all. I'm so glad you like it. And thank you so much for making it look so great!

  3. Meg, what a lovely story, and what a lovely thing to do, to give the scarf to Hannah. She does indeed look wonderful wearing it, and I know my friend will too, when I give her your scarf. I'll send you a photo. xxx

  4. Oh, yes, do please! I so very seldom get to see what my pieces look like on living human beings! Yes, please, Carol!

  5. Just gorgeous, keep weaving ... lots.

  6. Yeah, Dianne, I feel so ... rewarded!


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