I'm going to apologize in advance. I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings. Especially the last person who did what I'm about to highlight. Because she's certainly not the first and I doubt if she'll be the last one to do this.
If you see a finish or a work in progress on a needlework blog and you're curious about whose design it is, instead of asking, why not scroll down a post or two or three?
I'll say it again:
Scroll down and look for the answer to your question.
Because I can almost guarantee you the information you seek will be there.
Now, I know not everyone who stops here to read, reads my blog all the time. I'm not that much of an egoist. I don't expect you to be keeping track of my various projects. In fact, I've got so many, I can barely keep up myself.
I freely admit that I am terrible about adding labels to my posts which is something that I am working on getting better at. Because labels do help with questions of this sort.
Why I am even going out on a limb about this is because I don't want to sound like a broken record constantly repeating what the project is. I bore myself when I do this.
Some people have asked me what the project is when the answer has been in the post that they were commenting on! And questions like that just break my heart.
I know that I'm writing here 99% for myself. But that other 1% wants to feel like someone cares and that someone pays attention.
Goldy, much love. Thanks for giving me a chance to highlight something that bugs me. I hope I haven't hurt your feelings. And the answer is: Jane Nichols, from the July 2003 Needlepoint Now magazine.