Shout-out to My Peeps

Lots of stuff going on in the blogosphere and elsewhere:

Lisa of was featured in an (and she didn't even tell me — Rachael did)!

Cherie of was interviewed at !

The fabulous founder of was interviewed on the APM podcast . (Thanks to Kay for the link, and you should also know that the first part of the podcast is about a man who at the age of 17 parachuted into a forest fire with a group of fire fighters. Nothing about fabric, unless it's Kevlar.)

And our own fabulous Cookie was a featured blogger at Holly's ! (And Holly's starting a BIG sale tomorrow … check this space later for more details!)

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12 thoughts on “Shout-out to My Peeps

  1. Hi Erin, I appreciate that you mentioned Cookies blog post. If not for Dress A Day, Im not sure many of us would know the extraordinarily talented Cookie! I know I always look forward to Cookies comments and was delighted when my query for a guest blogger was met with enthusiasm.Thanks, Cookie! Youre awesome.

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  2. I love the old buildings; they have so much character. Not sure if the one pictured relates to any of these peeps, but its a great picture.

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  3. Thanks for the shout out, Erin! That article was almost 1/2 a page, and brought me lots of people whod like to part with many lovely patterns, and even some who preferred to buy. Yay!

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  4. I loved reading what Cookie had to say, but I was disappointed to see it was a one time thing…I have looked for a regular blog written by Cookie…and there should be one! Get on that will you?

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  5. I couldve sworn Cookie had a blog . . . maybe Im thinking of when he did a long piece on preservation at the National Trusts website?In any case, Im sure hell let us know. And yes, he is fab!

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  6. Thank you, babies! No, I do not have A Blog of Ones Own. I am maybe going to convert my bedroom into a sewing room and move my bed into the adjoining dressing room/alcove (that I never go in), as my Moms going to be with me for the winter (to combat her seasonal depression) (which is actually only aging neediness), and I thought we could work on sewing together and make some childrens clothes to sell at flea markets or something. Occupational therapy, basically. She is a good sewist. That situation could be the basis for a good blog. However, Im not entirely driven to communicate and ORGANIZE in that way…I am just a squatter at OTHER peoples blogs! For now.So pleased you all liked the guest blog entry : ) Thank you for the compliments!

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  7. You can squat at my blog ANY TIME you want, Cookie. I wholly support your move to make stuff with your mom. It sounds like it will be a good experience for both you. What better way to beat the winter blues than by being creative?Holly

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