Monday, October 15, 2007

"Nice Matters" Blog Award

I made the mistake (grin!--really never a mistake) of going to Leigh's site this morning and discovered that she had tagged me, among six others, for the "Nice Matters" blog award. Here is what the award is supposed to be:

"This award is for those bloggers who are nice people; good blog friends and those who inspire good feelings and inspiration. Also for those who are a positive influence on our blogging world. Once you’ve been awarded, please pass it on to 7 others who you feel are deserving of this award."

That's pretty powerful stuff, and I thank you, Leigh!

Anyway, so here are my seven. I tried to make them seven that I had not seen tagged yet on other blogs:
A spinner and knitter, she prepares and sells wonderful fibers to spin. Lots of eye candy on her blog and also good information. An active participant on the spin lists and generous with her vast knowledge of spinning.
How can I resist listing a blog with this motto:
"You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm". -Colette
Filled with good information on spinning
Weaver and dyer and also someone who uses her computer for designing.
Karren Brito's shibori blog. Lots of good photos and some interesting essays. Another textile person who is generous with her knowledge and experience.
Lisa Souza's very personal life journey, often fun, always interesting. Lisa dyes fibers and yarns for the rest of us to play with.
Stef is into all kinds of fiber arts, including weaving
Covers the process of her various tapestry weavings. But don't miss her second blog, which is a community blog done with three other tapestry weavers"

If you've counted, you know I've sneaked in an either blog. I just had to. I had not known about that last blog until this very afternoon. It's really kind of a subsidiary of her main blog. Well, even if it's not, I like it because it's a good blog. But I also like it because it's a community blog. Perhaps this might encourage other weavers to think about starting community blogs?


Bonnie said...

Stef made my list as well, so she must be doubly nice:)

I really enjoy exploring each person's list.

Leigh said...

I've enjoyed exploring all the lists too.