I just finished reading a post by Shakespeare's Peddler designer, Theresa. She has developed a place for all our UFO's to find an adopting stitcher to continue working on those pieces that might otherwise sit stuck in a dark closet or drawer for eternity. I just think this is wonderful - and her rules for the program really have taken everything into consideration that one could think of. Great going, Theresa! I hope she won't mind, but I'm going to paste some of the information from her blog here so any interested stitchers can learn how they can join in.
Here is a portion of her original post, but PLEASE stop by the link to Theresa's blog to read all of THE RULES of the program before you commit. And maybe drop Theresa a quick comment. I think she deserves kudos for arranging this Adoption Program for our stitching community.
"[Theresa] started a new group on Facebook to help these wayward orphans find homes. I am including here the same rules I have posted on Facebook. I may edit these rules as issues pop up. I do not accept responsibility for any transactions (except my own) on the page, but am the administrator in that I will keep an eye on the goings-on. I hope that you have fun participating in or just watching the group. You can visit and join the page by going to this link: www.facebook.com/needleworkUFOs. Encourage your friends to like and follow the page. The more people we have, the more fun it will be." (From Shakespeare's Peddler blog)