Wednesday, March 24, 2010

I forgot to tell you....



My article was published!
Heritage NZ Magazine is published for the Historic Places Trust. It is published 4 times per year. The Editor asked me if I would write a 1000 word article on the care of vintage textiles.

It was a very enjoyable article to write!




I wish all my uni essays were this interesting!! ;-D


Carole x

12 comments:

Bunty said...

Well done you! I enjoyed reading your article - it was really interesting.

Barbara

Linda said...

Wow! You are becoming quite the star! I knew you when..... Congrats and a hug!

Doreen G said...

Wow I know someone famous-------
Congratulations Carole.

PAMO said...

Great information! Congratulations on your article- the first of more to come, I'm sure. WELL DONE!

Kayjay said...

Congratulations Carole. I'll be looking out for the mag at the Library. And I can say I know that writer!

bad penny said...

Congratulations ! sorry not to have replied to email - my fabric journal will be done when the mood takes me - I don't really know what I'm doing ! I haven't done aymore. The first was about 12 x 14 cms which is a nice size. Really I want to stitch it all - but I/m a terrible sewer !

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

OH BIG Congratulations dear Carole!
What a thrill!!!
We'll all be able to say we knew you when (before you became famous) :)
oxo

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

OK, just saw Linda's comment ... is I knew you when a saying in NZ ... she and I were on the same wave length :)
oxo

Joanie Hoffman said...

Congratulations, Carole!
It must be a thrill to see in print "words by Carole Brungar"!
Happy days,
Joanie

Nathalie Thompson said...

Congrats to you! I hope it brings more of what you like to write about! :)

Pallas said...

Very nice article Carole, congratulations on having it published. I've been torn between between the balance of caring for quilts that my mother in law and my husband's grandmother made, and displaying and enjoyng them. I used to use them, but decided it was too hard on them because I have cats. But, I'll probably let the next person store them in the acid free boxes.

Julie said...

Congratulations Carole!