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February 02, 2008

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mary

I saw that felt rooster of yours in Flickr. You are inspiring me to dig out all my wool felt and get to crafting again!

I love all the colours you have in this post.

kathy Glinski

I love your rooster. I had never heard of rooster day. I must admit that I did not realise it was groundhog day! I also am very inspired as of late by all things folkloric. I would love to learn more about folkloric embroidery patterns. I love your colors and designs. You are so amazing!

helen

I remember those rooster calls also . The polish paper cutouts are amazing , I cherish mine. Kathy was an amazing embroidery artist and I think you are inspiring her to get back to it . Way to go !

Elsita

Thank you Margie!!!!
As always today I learned something new from you.
Great links and your creations make me happy!!!
Love your sense of color!
Elsita :)

Concha

I'm Portuguese therefore very keen on roosters... I loved reading this post and the rooster you have made is fabulous!

Sonya

You rooster is so bright and cheery. I had a rooster from Portugal that some neighbors gave me for housesitting when I was a teenager. I ended up giving it to a very kind woman I met through my son's school. She was also a rooster aficionado.

Crystal

Great roosters! You have exellent taste in poultry.

Maria

Your creations are becoming better ad better dear Margie.Love your felt and embroidered rooster.
The Portuguese roister is called
-Galo de Barcelos-
Barcelos is the city were this traditional design is produced.
***Maria

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