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July 12, 2010

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joanie

How wonderful! Your points on the map are expanding nicely. And how fun for them to have come from a fellow Canadian Margaret.
These are wonderful soft looking stones - wish I could reach in and touch them :)

Sonia

they are so perfectly smooth & round, what a delight for you to create with them !
one last stop before I go. I'm going to miss you tons ! xoxox lots of love, my friend
and take care, please

caireen

recently discovered your blog through another, and really enjoying your posts and photography... this is a beautiful one - I love the stones all wrapped with promise. Cx

The Muse of The Day

The way they came to you, each wrapped individually and tied up with that red string was art enough for me.

ale

how beautifull margaret!!sure you will make beautties with them!!
(remember that in december are my patagonian hollidays and l will collects stnes from there to send you!..l dont forget of course!!)
besos enormes margaret!

Jeanene

Beautiful pebbles. We have a spring surrounding our property that carries many treasures similar to these. My children love to collect them. Endless hours of creativity.

Lovely photos.

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Wow those are such nice and smooth stone.I must say that you are so creative and I like your creativity with those stones.Stones have nice shape.

Roisin Markham

I came across your site recently and I wanted to let you know I've found myself thinking about your work. Do you have a blog post telling the story of why crocheted pebbles and rocks? or how you first came to that idea will you let me know?
Your photos have a wonderful honesty about them, fabulously creative. Thanks.

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