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September 15, 2008


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just delightful! Thanks


Over and over again I am impressed (and inspired) with your work!


the fall seasonal table is _so_ excited at our house...(I even taught myself to circle crochet on youtube to make us wee trees).

I love all of your carved animals & trees. They're slightly different than what I've seen in the usual outlets; handmade, or do you have a source you're willing to share?


Thanks for the great tutorial! You've broken this down into some easy steps, and I love the embroidery!

I have to admit that casting on to the double-pointed needles (for your previous tutorial for the coffee cozies) has me "stumped," but I'm not giving up yet. I think I'll head on over to youtube and see if I can find a tutorial!

Have a great week!


This has to be one of my favorites so far!


Beautiful! I think we need something like this for our nature table.


That is one cute stump!


Thanks for this great tutorial. You have made this really easy to understand! I cannot wait to give it a try!


That is adorable! Thanks for sharing.


Hey! This is a sweet tutorial! The beautiful little tree trunk would look so nice next to my recently purchased felt-mushroom, I´ll have to give it a try. So thanks! Also, your cat is really cute ;-)


Hi Margaret! Thank you so much for the tutorial! It's so cute!! I have posted it in my blog. ;-) Gemma

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i can't say if this is adorable or creepy...
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That is very creative because it seems so natural, people could confuse it with a real plant.

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