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March 16, 2008

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mary

Margie I have been wondering. I have been enjoying all your Easter crafts so much. Is Easter your favourite holiday or do you all this at Christmas time too? Because if you do it at Christmas time we are in for a real treat!

helen

I will try one of these beautiful nests soon . Thankyou for the instruction .

Margaret Oomen

Mary, Christmas is definitely my favorite holiday by far. I started this blog in January so I didn't get a chance to document my pre Christmas activities last year. It was a very handmade Christmas. Almost all my gifts were made or bought on etsy. Helen, I can't wait to see what your nests will look like. I know you have some beautiful old fabrics to work with.

Marsha

Oh, what a lovely idea! My husband and I have been gathering goodies for our daughter's Easter treat but haven't figured out what to put them in yet. If I can get my act together quickly, a knitted next might be just the ticket!

Christiane

a lovely nest, I like very much what you do, will visit often:)

Elsita

Wow Margie, these projects are really special. You always surprise me with something beautiful. That little nest makes me sooo happy. I love everything you make.
Thank you for sharing!
Elsita :)

Judy

Can I make your birds nest with circular needle?
not good with three needle and I don't have any, but lots of circular.
Sure love the birds nest want to make a bunch to give away for Easter
Thanks Judy

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