Sunday, 14 August 2011

Another Question . . .

I have recently discovered some wonderful scrapbooking blogs and would like to post more about my scrapbooking on this blog. But I wondered if my followers would prefer it to stay stitching related and then I could simply set up a new blog to talk exclusively about scrapbooking. Although this blog will always be mainly cross stitching (it's my favourite hobby after all!), I would like to post more about scrapbooking adventures.
What do you think? As my followers, it's up to you what you would like to read on my blog. Leave this blog to stitchy matters and set up a new, different blog? Or integrate the two crafts together?
Any advice, thoughts or comments would be very much appreciated!

15 comments:

Mouse said...

HI Bekca :)I show off all my stuff on the one blog ... my stitching , sewing card making n the scrapbooking when i have done some which hasn't been for ages as soooo busy stitching hehehe ... hope that helps :) love mouse xxx

Catherine said...

Many of us talk about various things on our blogs from our other crafts, to families and everyday life. It's all up to you! I enjoy seeing what other things my stitchy friends are doing!

Jennifer M. said...

Coming from a person that does all crafts, keep one blog. :) I post all my crafts on mine. I almost made a second blog for stitching but thought twice. It really is time consuming managing multiple blogs. I have two as it is, one for my crafting and the other for my reading.

Its fun reading about the other things that interest people aside from their most loved hobby. No matter what, your followers will enjoy reading whatever you post. :)

Jen

robindefender said...

I put all my stuff on one blog... stitching, scrapping, and stupid cat stories. I think you should keep it all on one blog, unless it just suits YOUR better to have things separate. I look forward to seeing what you're scrapbooking!

Carol said...

I always enjoy seeing any sort of craft spotlighted on a blog, Bekca. I'm in awe of so many people who can knit, quilt, stitch, etc. as I can only stitch! So, I'd love to see your scrapbooking featured along with your stitching...

natalyK said...

I would love to see anything crafty on your blog! It's a spot to share whatever you do!

Karen said...

I love see all crafty things too... great way to get ideas so I wouldn't seeing both on your blog.

I just love papercrafting and would love to see what you have done!

Teresa said...

I would love to see all your wonderful crafting. I started showing some of my sewing projects.
Teresa's Heartfelt Stitches

Sarah said...

I'd love to see more of your scrapbooking. . . most of us stitchers like other crafty things as well!

Peggy Lee said...

I say it's your blog and you can do what you want. So many people have told me since I've started blogging that I should not feel pressured in to anything with my blog, just make it my own.
I agree with the others in that I would enjoy reading about anything you feel you want to post here.

Done any baking lately? :o)

Astrid's dragon said...

Yes, all together! I've been meaning to add the cards that I've made, baking I've done, etc - but just haven't gotten around to doing it yet.

Who knows, you could be someone's inspiration! (Hopefully mine!)

Lynn said...

I put lots more than just stitching on my blog. I'm always interested in other crafty things. I'd love to see your scrapbooking!

Barbara said...

Bekca, why wouldn't you put everything on one blog? It's who you are and we love everything about you.

Blessings

Dani - tkdchick said...

You know what your blog is yours and make it whatever you want it to be.

That being said I would skip posts about scrapbooking its a hobby that dosen't interest me at all.

Debby said...

Bekca, I'd love to see your scrapbooking as well. First of all, it's your blog and I think you should do what you'd like!!! lol But I think there are many crafters who do not "just" cross stitch and many of them will show the other crafts they do as well.

I've enjoyed reading your blog and keeping up with all you have going on. I especially love to see another generation share the passion of needlework and be willing to share that love with all of us!

Keep up the great work and best of luck next week.