About Me

Hi,Iam Deepa from Bangalore,India.Iam a lecturer by profession and embroidery is my passion.This blog is my space to share my passion with you. Iam so glad that you came by to visit my little space in this blogosphere. Hope you enjoy your visit here.Feel free to leave your comments and suggestions.I would love to hear from you.You can also mail me at deepabalagopalatgmaildotcom

Sunday, July 06, 2008

An Award


Maureen of Maureen's Mixture just made my day!!! She has chosen me for this lovely award.Aw, Iam flattered!! Thank you Maureen!!
The rules for receiving this award are
1. The winner can put the logo on her blog.
2. Link the person you received your award from.
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4. Put links of those blogs on yours.
5. Leave a message on the blogs of the people you've nominated.
7 people!!! Ain't that a bit difficult? I think I'll follow Maureen's footsteps and select just one.The first person who comes to my mind for this award is none other than my friend Anne.Her work is exquisite.But she doesn't have a blog. So the next choice is Alicia of Hawaii. She claims to be a beginner - but what a beginner she is!!! And her tutorials are great and fun!! She talks a lot,which can be felt from her posts,but she's fun.Blogging should be informative and fun too,right? So,Alicia, now it is your turn.

7 comments:

Maureen said...

Glad you enjoyed the Award Deepa and have passed it on, will keep in touch.

alicia in Hawaii said...

Thanks Deepa!
I'm so excited!
smiles,
alicia in Hawaii

Anonymous said...

thanks Deepa of what you say about myself; I am very honored!
and I don't know if I merit this.
But also very happy to have not a blog, because, I am unable to write and create something every day .
Kind regards
anne
http://quilt007.free.fr

Sita said...

Hi Deepa, congrats and best wishes on your award.You derved it for having such an interesting and colourful blog.

madhuri said...

Hi Deepa I am a regular visitor of ur
blog.I like all ur tutr & embroidery work.I want to know what is the difference bet kutch work & sindhi taki?

Deepa said...

Hi madhuri,
Hope you are reading this.I do not claim to be an expert - but as far as I know kutch work and sindhi stitch are the same.Geographically if you analyse - the kutch region and the sindh region are located near by.I've seen quite a few samples of both and they look to be the same to me.
Deepa

karmicraft said...

Hi Deepa.
I just found your Blog through my hand embroidery group on yahoo groups. I have gone through several of your post and already signed up for your RSS feed. So I can see your new post everyday. I love your sight and tutorials . I am sure I am going to learn alot through your beautiful work and easy to follow tutorials.
Karol
friend3951@verizon.net