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February 15, 2008

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Christina

You have some really lovely pieces. I'm glad there are still people out there who appreciate and treasure all the hard work that goes into stitching. Thanks for sharing those!

My mom gave me some crewel work last night that she stitched for me. I'm going to try to put it up on my blog today.

Elsita

Wow Margie!
As always I am very impressed with your treasures!
These needlepoint pictures are so beautiful. I also love the picture of the reverse that you included.

(There is a Cuban Artist who made a series of embroidery of texts containing political ideas but he only showed the reverse of the embroideries which looked like abstract works. Nobody could see what it was behind it and that was a whole statement about how some ideas lose sense when they are not read from the positive side. I thought that he was so creative!)

Thank you for sharing your treasures with us!
Elsita :)

Elsita

Wow Margie!
As always I am very impressed with your treasures!
These needlepoint pictures are so beautiful. I also love the picture of the reverse that you included.

(There is a Cuban Artist who made a series of embroidery of texts containing political ideas but he only showed the reverse of the embroideries which looked like abstract works. Nobody could see what it was behind it and that was a whole statement about how some ideas lose sense when they are not read from the positive side. I thought that he was so creative!)

Thank you for sharing your treasures with us!
Elsita :)

Elsita

Wow Margie!
As always I am very impressed with your treasures!
These needlepoint pictures are so beautiful. I also love the picture of the reverse that you included.

(There is a Cuban Artist who made a series of embroidery of texts containing political ideas but he only showed the reverse of the embroideries which looked like abstract works. Nobody could see what it was behind it and that was a whole statement about how some ideas lose sense when they are not read from the positive side. I thought that he was so creative!)

Thank you for sharing your treasures with us!
Elsita :)

Elsita

Wow Margie!
As always I am very impressed with your treasures!
These needlepoint pictures are so beautiful. I also love the picture of the reverse that you included.

(There is a Cuban Artist who made a series of embroidery of texts containing political ideas but he only showed the reverse of the embroideries which looked like abstract works. Nobody could see what it was behind it and that was a whole statement about how some ideas lose sense when they are not read from the positive side. I thought that he was so creative!)

Thank you for sharing your treasures with us!
Elsita :)

blair

oh my, you have really collected some gorgeous pieces. I really love the windmills. It is so amazing to look at a piece of needlepoint and think of the work so lovingly done.

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