There were some weeks, and even months, when for whatever reason, there was
There are lots of great places to link up works in progress and finished projects and I sure have found them to help keep me motivated and to get ideas for future projects.
Some of my friends told me they also had noticed there were things they would like to document, but also weren't sure what to do with them on a sewing/quilting blog.
And so Really Random Thursday was born, along with a link-up so everyone could share something random.
Over the months, there have been some faithful "randomeers"--the name being coined by Hadley. Some of you have faithfully linked up nearly every week, some more frequently, some less, but all those collective random things are so much fun to read.
One time, Lucy posted a tutorial on how to thread her eyebrows using Aurifil thread. It might be one of my favorite "randoms" ever.
Fiona lets me live vicariously with her fabulous pictures of places she visits in Europe.
Katy always finds interesting facts and has the best random observations. She makes bears. I don't know anyone who makes bears.
Hadley also has a quirky sense of humor, one of my favorite things about her.
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Random Observation--they are all from the UK. In fact, when I mentioned that to Katy, she filled me on this random fact: they're all connected to Scotland too - Fiona's Scottish, Hadley and Lucy are married to Scots and Katy lives in Scotland.
So I thought this week maybe a little reminder might be in order.
Want to share some randomness? Here are the linky rules:
1. Link up any post from the past week that includes at least one "random" thing. It's fine to include some sewing-related things, but please include something random as well.
2. Somewhere in your post, you must link back here to my blog.
3. Try to read and comment on one or two other links.
I'll end with this random photo. Given the ongoing controversy over the legality of medical marijuana, I found the name of this sushi restaurant to be fitting for California...
Now it's your turn.