Interesting statistic!

Interesting statistic!

Post by Leslie& The Furbabies in MO » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 00:00:23



I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!  Join
in the quilty fun!  ;-)

Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by Robert » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 01:08:23


Well, some of us went more than once!
Roberta in D

On Mon, 17 Aug 2009 10:00:23 -0500, "Leslie& The Furbabies in MO."

Quote:

>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

>All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!  Join
>in the quilty fun!  ;-)

>Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.


 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by Leslie& The Furbabies in MO » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 01:28:49


Well, then... that explains the numbers!   LOL

Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.


Quote:
> Well, some of us went more than once!
> Roberta in D

> On Mon, 17 Aug 2009 10:00:23 -0500, "Leslie& The Furbabies in MO."

>>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

>>All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
>>Join
>>in the quilty fun!  ;-)

>>Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by Mary » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 01:40:57


Well, I for one like to see what people have with their sewing rooms,
quilting studios, etc., and think yours is the best I have ever seen!
I do not have anything set up at all, preferring to keep both of my
guest bedrooms as guest rooms.    Besides, I prefer to do everything
by hand and do the majority of my stitching in my favorite chair
downstairs with TV in the evening or on the porch with iced tea and
neighbors, etc.  And I always take a tote bag of some sort of quilting
with me whenever I travel.  I have to admit, however, that I do have
quilting stuff stashed all over the house, and can set up whatever I
want in a jiffy in either or both the living and dining rooms!  The
featherweight machine is in its case hiding in a dark corner under a
table in the living room;  the 99K is in its case with rollers in the
back of a closet; my grandmother's treadle machine is in the kitchen
(it's a very large kitchen);  the sewing table is folded and stashed
under the sofa;  the card table is folded and stashed under the edge
of the kitchen island and behind the dog's bowls and a cookbook
shelf;  stencils and miscellaneous tools and stuff for the "next
project" are in a dresser in the large guest room; cutting mats are on
the dining room table between the two table mats; books and patterns
and template plastic are on a set of shelves in the ba***t (near all
the knitting/crochet/tatting references); large pieces of fabric are
in a couple of locker trunks in the large guest room closet; scraps
and smaller fabrics are in a laundry basket on the floor in my second
clothes closet; my "outdoor" sewing kit/basket is tucked under the
silver chest; the iron and ironing board are in the utility room just
off the kitchen; the traditional sewing basket is inside the victrola
in the living room; threads are in see-through boxes in a drawer of
another corner table in the living room; the current work-in-progress
is in baskets under the buffet in the dining room; the actual piece
being stitched is in my small sewing basket next to my favorite
chair.  So it's all over the place, but I can lay my hands on anything
I want or need very easily, and everything is out of sight from
guests.  It sounds like chaos, but I never seem to need lots of
different things at any given time, so it works for me.   If I ever
decide to move I will probably set up a separate room, but will
probably continue to do handwork in the living room and porch as
usual.
 
 
 

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Post by M Ennekin » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 03:52:43


You can count me in the number who looked at your photos. Your studio is
just wonderful. My first reaction was "Wow!" I don't know if  you were
looking to buy or rent when  you moved to this house, but I have to think
that room was a big part of your decision. The windows, track lighting and
high ceilings along with the beautiful walls and floors were a good start,
but your cabinets definitely make it a perfect studio. I am very jealous.
Linda



Quote:
>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

> All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
> Join in the quilty fun!  ;-)

> Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by teleflor » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:34:06


Well, about 6 of those would be me.  I just couldn't stop going and looking.

Cindy



Quote:
>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

> All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
> Join in the quilty fun!  ;-)

> Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by Tari » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:40:45


So just how do we 'stash raid' a whole room?
There are so many bad sewing rooms around
it is just nice to see one done well.
Taroa

Quote:
> Well, about 6 of those would be me.  I just couldn't stop going and
> looking.

> Cindy



>>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

>> All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
>> Join in the quilty fun!  ;-)

>> Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by Kate in M » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 07:25:32


I was there -- more than once!

--
Kate in MI
http://community.webshots.com/user/K_Groves



Quote:
>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

> All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
> Join in the quilty fun!  ;-)

> Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by Michelle C » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 07:47:18


Well, I went a couple of times.  Then I had to show my mom too!  :-)

Michelle in Nevada

Quote:

> Well, about 6 of those would be me.  I just couldn't stop going and looking.

> Cindy



>> I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>> 'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

>> All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
>> Join in the quilty fun!  ;-)

>> Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by bvolma » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 07:56:32


I've been mostly lurking here for about 8-10 years or so. I rarely post
because I am not nearly as knowlegeable as most of you regulars. I have
learned most of what I know through this newsgroup, for which I am grateful.
 Leslie, I admire your studio, I live in a very small place and my sewing
machine lives mainly on the kitchen table. It goes under there when I have
dinner guests. I am not jealous though, I am happy here. Keep up the
chatting, I really enjoy it.


Quote:
>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

> All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
> Join in the quilty fun!  ;-)

> Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by Pat in Virgini » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 10:34:43


Roberta, you are right (as usual!) Some of us visited more than once. We
were double checking the stash so as to select what we want when we raid.
Don't tell Leslie!
Anon, NOT in VA!


Quote:
> Well, some of us went more than once!
> Roberta in D

> On Mon, 17 Aug 2009 10:00:23 -0500, "Leslie& The Furbabies in MO."

>>I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
>>'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

>>All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!
>>Join
>>in the quilty fun!  ;-)

>>Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by amy in CN » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 10:44:52


ok, you caught me...i went there 3 times...i had to check the
cupboards out a couple times.

geez....can't get away with nuthin' here =)

amy in CNY

 
 
 

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Post by Pat in Virgini » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 10:40:23


Well, if you've been here that long, you surely know we are not all experts.
In fact, most of us are not real people. We just pretend!!

Anyhow, I want to welcome you, bvolman, wherever you are, and encourage you
to post often. You don't have to be an expert. The only thing you really
need to know is that
it is very wise to have your chocolate vetted. Just send a pound or two to
the Office of the Official Chocolate Taster of RCTQ, which is in my Palace
here in ***ia. I will test and taste and report back via email. You don't
have to thank me ... this is my unselfish volunteer duty in RCTQ. A tough
job, but someone's gotta do it. :)

Pat In ***ia/USA


Quote:
> I've been mostly lurking here for about 8-10 years or so. I rarely post
> because I am not nearly as knowlegeable as most of you regulars. I have
> learned most of what I know through this newsgroup, for which I am
> grateful.
> Leslie, I admire your studio, I live in a very small place and my sewing
> machine lives mainly on the kitchen table. It goes under there when I have
> dinner guests. I am not jealous though, I am happy here. Keep up the
> chatting, I really enjoy it.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 10:54:17


was it the total people or total number of views.
how many pix on your webshots?
we each look at half of them and that'd be a lot of views.
it adds up quickly.
still there is plenty of eye candy on there.
something for everyone.
tho i'd betcha there a few lurkers here reading this thread and not
replying.
*** people they are.
speak up you lot!!
j.

"Leslie& The Furbabies in MO." wrote ...
I just received notice from WebShots that 2,652 people braved all the
'annoyances' on WebShots and viewed the photos of my studio.  WOW!

All you Lurkers... come out, come out, wherever you are!  Talk to us!  Join
in the quilty fun!  ;-)

Leslie & The Furbabies in MO.

 
 
 

Interesting statistic!

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 10:57:20


after all her?  years here no doubt she? is wise to that scam too, Pat.
snorfle,
j.

"Pat in ***ia" wrote ...
Well, if you've been here that long, you surely know we are not all experts.
In fact, most of us are not real people. We just pretend!!

Anyhow, I want to welcome you, bvolman, wherever you are, and encourage you
to post often. You don't have to be an expert. The only thing you really
need to know is that
it is very wise to have your chocolate vetted. Just send a pound or two to
the Office of the Official Chocolate Taster of RCTQ, which is in my Palace
here in ***ia. I will test and taste and report back via email. You don't
have to thank me ... this is my unselfish volunteer duty in RCTQ. A tough
job, but someone's gotta do it. :)

Pat In ***ia/USA

"bvolman" wrote ...

Quote:
> I've been mostly lurking here for about 8-10 years or so. I rarely post
> because I am not nearly as knowlegeable as most of you regulars. I have
> learned most of what I know through this newsgroup, for which I am
> grateful.
> Leslie, I admire your studio, I live in a very small place and my sewing
> machine lives mainly on the kitchen table. It goes under there when I have
> dinner guests. I am not jealous though, I am happy here. Keep up the
> chatting, I really enjoy it.