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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

I am at Ravelry

I joined Ravelry several days ago and I am happy there. So many wonderful projects and a lot of pictures.
It has only one disadvantage: you can spend hours admiring projects in Ravelry, while your own projects lie in box or bag untouched.
You can put your unfinished projects and show your progress.
It has connection to your blog on blogspot.com, what you write here, it will appear in ravelry.
You can make friends from all world.
You can put to favourites inspirational pictures of other crafters.
I am sure, that there is a lot of more great features, I look forward to diccover them.

BTW. my nick is rupr, if you want to meet me.

6 comments:

Terri Lynn said...

It is so nice to meet new friends on Ravelry! I am sure I was looking at your work on flickr recently and commented there. I love all the work you do and you remind me alot of myself....Dabbling in all the needlearts. Thanks for adding me as a friend!

hakucho said...

Welcome to ravelry!! It really is an amazing place to get lost in...so much inspiration :) Enjoy!

happy knitting :)

blackcatdesigns said...

Welcome to Ravelry! You're absolutely correct: you can spend way too much time looking at other people's projects and neglect your own! Thanks for adding me as a friend.

blackcatdesigns said...

Welcome to Ravelry! I agree with that you can spend too much time looking at other's projects! Thanks for adding me as a friend.

Susan said...

Thanks for adding me as a friend. I'll visit you on Ravelry. My husband's grandfather came to the USA from the Czech Republic, it was Bohemia then. His name was Jaroslav Valenta & his town was Pertoltice. My husband's favorite food is the bread dumplings.

Susan said...

Thank you for adding me as a friend. I stop by on Ravelry. My husbands grandfather came to the USA from the Czech Republic. His name was Jaroslav Valenta & he was from Pertoltice.