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February 02, 2008


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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!


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 !


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 :)


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


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.


Great roosters! You have exellent taste in poultry.


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.

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