Once upon a time Homemade Frontier was just another idea that I thought up, a glimmer in my eye. Then I met Sue at BlogHer ’11 and a plan was formed.
Seven months later, after many skype calls and emails, Homemade Frontier launched. While we’ve only been blogging here for five months I consider the BlogHer conference weekend the real Homemade Frontier anniversary.
Last week Sue and I met in New York City for BlogHer ’12 and held our 2nd annual Homemade Frontier think tank.
This picture is not of the think tank meeting. You might call this the morning after picture. We were so busy thinking we didn’t take a picture until a few days later.
We’ve got some new ideas up our sleeves and we learned some new tricks at BlogHer ’12. But we’d like to ask all you lovely readers to help celebrate our renewed excitement for Homemade Frontier.
What are your ideas? What would you like to see more of here? Do you have a story to share about your homemade experience? We would love to have some guest posts and share your expertise.
I know quilting has been highly requested and I will get to it, promise. Once we are settled in the new house and my sewing machine has a new home. And I am working on finishing up a sock so we can get to the heel lesson.
Share with us – what has been your favourite Homemade Froniter post?