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December 27, 2010


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so many great shapes you have done - i love them so much more than the traditional ones. looks delicious too!


ooooh you have baked the best gingerbread biscuits in the whole universe !! The crochet stones are just brilliant <3 I bet they were so super yummy too !!! xoxox

Jean Betts

--gingerbread cookies were my Mom's favorite baking at Christmas. Brings back wonderful memories. I still use her old cutters.


Yours look great! Love the feathers. I made traditional hearts this year: http://kokopellidesign.blogspot.com/2010/11/keksecookies.html

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

Oh holy dogs. The crochet stone cookies are fabulous! Love the whole lot. Feel free to make cookies for me anytime. :)


The crochet stone cookies!!!! What a great idea. I wish I could come over and nibble on one. :)


the feathers! the stones! gorgeous and delicious. we have mushrooms & gnomes here. still in search of a snail... :)


Oh! Your cookies are works of art! They're amazing.


Your cookies are as beautiful as the items you make from fabric. Except I could eat your cookies. love the stone cookies.

Ruth Hower

Today I am thankful for "Blogs" - if there were no such thing, I would never have beheld your light at a feather (NOT heavy as a stone!) unique and wonderful cookies!! You are amazing, Margie! All this wonderful creativity, a mother and wife, and a Physician, too!! God Bless You!


Wow! You are as wonderful with icing as you are with threads! Happy New Year!

Geninne D. Zlatkis

They are brilliant!!! :)

liz noonan

lovely! I put you on my favorite blogs for 2010 - keep all the goodness coming! xo and happy new year!

liz noonan

oops - here is the link ;-)

The Muse of The Day

Of all the cookie posts in Blogland, I think that yours are the most true to your posts. I thought it was so clever. It is too bad I can't reach out to grab one of them through my laptop screen. Carolina


oh how I would love a bag of the crocheted covered cookies
they are so pretty I don't think I could eat one.


This post makes my eyes happy, if not my stomach. Crochet stone cookies? Ridiculously happy!

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