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September 10, 2008


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I really want to try that! they are adorable!
We made some from old sweaters,
but they are nowhere near as cute!!


I very much enjoy the colour in your posts - in the setting, the materials, the 'tools'.... shows how playing with fibre is enhanced with vibrant choices.


I really enjoy reading your blog. I love all the really neat things you make from bits of nature. The crocheted mushrooms with the buttons are so neat! I do crochet, but have only made things like babie booties, doilies, afghans and such. I would never have thought of the free crochet and knitting you do with objects found in nature and to represent nature! I really like the embroidered ships you have done! You are truely an artist and I look forward to seeing more of your work!
Have a Blessed Day,


I just discovered your blog this week and I have to admit that I am now becoming obsessed with crochet and trying out some of your tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing your world and your creativity!


OMG, this is amazing!


I have received the little fellow with the knitted suit this morning. He loves Quebec. Thank you very much.

Your knitted trees are lovely. Beautiful colors, beautiful photos.


I get *SO* excited when I see that you've posted. You always come up with the most amazing projects! -Linking-


oh these are so cool and what an amazing way to start knitting on 4 needles. we have a 5 needle project going on at the moment. my 11 yr old daughter is knitting a beanie. i can't wait though, to make a tree! thank you!!!

ps found your blog through cathy - its great!


Oooh I love the cream one with bobbles! So lovely.

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