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August 14, 2009


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Denise  @ A Bun Can Dance

Oh you are so very talented and I am in awe! Congratulations on the magazine article - well done you!
I love the description "eco artist" - sounds great - I'd love to be one of those!!
Happy days
Denise x

Mathyld / encore petite

So many gorgeous tutorials, Margie ...
I am afraid I will definitely HAVE to learn crochet !

I smiled when I saw you called "eco artist" this is so perfect for you, and just perfect all around :)

I am so glad to see your little beauties spread all over the world and become more and more famous every day !
x x x


Youpi Margie ! I'm so glad for you about the issue of these magazines (sound great compare to our French crochet magazines) ! I love your article with the so pretty photo of you and the pictures of all your famous wonders ! This is so exciting ... but I'm not surprised that everyone wants to know more about you and your amazing and unique work. Great and warm congrats, dear friend ! You're definitely the best !


That's so great! Your work is so beautiful ... I'm going to try and get my hands on those magazines :)

Christina J.

Wow! Congratulations! How wonderful to have your work published. I think I should buy this issue for my mom so I can get her busy crocheting some rocks for me. Ha! :)


These look like great publications. Can't wait to read the articles. Congratulations!


I will run out and get it, I have been so wanting to cover some stones of my own. Congratulations!


I was just this week looking for crochet doily patterns to use for the river rocks and you come out with a magazine article! Amazing. On Sunday, at an auction,I had won a box of vintage material and crochet thread! I've covered one rock so far with crochet and find that I love working with crochet cotton! My Grandmother crocheted many a tablecloth and doily; it's nice to carry on the tradition, albeit in a slightly different way :-). Thanks so much for sharing your amazing creativity!


The article looks beautiful, must be the subject matter! I've always meant to get an issue of Mixtape, now I have the perfect incentive to order. Hope Crochet Today is available here too.
I've tried the merfish necklace tutorial, stumbling at the tail, it may become a thimble necklace instead - I need a lot of practice! I'll let you know what it becomes :)


That's so cool, Margie. I'll look for that magazine. I haven't learned to crochet yet, but it's on my list. Thanks for all you do to share with the world.


Congratulations! Your work needs to be spread around this big wide world!

I love your little thimble! Just precious!

Maybe I'll get a chance for a merfish on Friday!?

Blessings, Kathi


YAY!! Margie what an exciting post! Love all the attention you're receiving for your beautiful work... so well deserved! That star bench shot is wonderful!

Crafty Gardener

Congratulations. I have a copy of the magazine and enjoyed reading about you the eco-artist. I will most definitely be trying out the pattern.

Laura A.

Congratulations! And good selling job--I just bought MIXTAPE and have CROCHET TODAY on my list to buy.


I would so like to be able to buy that magazine, unfortunatley I live in New Zealand so it would be a little hard to get. I am so in love with that necklace though, how amazing!

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