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October 16, 2008


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Oh! These are as always beautiful!
I love the last one it looks like
a baby carrier! Maybe thumbellina?
Way too cute!


Those stick necklaces are killer! Your creative output is amazing to me. I love them!


Have I mentioned how much I LOVE coming here?


Oh I love these. The photo with the gingko leaf is simply breathtaking. The whole AT comment thing, snarky commenters. We are so insulated from that here among the craft community. So ridiculous.


I love it!!!
I love your work, are you biologist?

(sorry for my english. Ups!)

Crafty Gardener

Wearable nature, I love it!


Your necklaces are wonderful! They are so different and striking and I just love them!
You had some lovely models wearing them too. They must think it so special to do that and see your lovely original work.

Come by my blog I have something for you!

I really enjoy reading your blog!
Have a great day.


Wow! So beautiful!

Elsita :)

Oh Margie! These necklaces are something sooo unique!
It is wonderful how you have incorporated the tiny natural elements into them. Your imagination is unlimited! CONGRATULATIONS!!
And also, I am glad to know that you didn't torture any cotton plants in the making of these pieces. That would be real cruel, but regarding the crochet thread that you're using, make sure that you don't tight the knots too hard because that would be considered violent :0
Elsita :)


Hi, some time that I see your blog, I like so much your work crocheted, and your imagination to do different things...
and the Photographs are stupendous, i Like the colors....sorry for my english, i´m for Bask Country..


Every day I visit your blog and I am both amazed and inspired. Even my little walks to pick up the kids from school take on a new meaning (yesterday we filled our pockets with acorns and horse chestnuts). Your jewellry is so amazingly beautiful. Thanks for sharing.


you are just one giant source of inspiration! over the weekend i crocheted a little necklace to house a stone. i'll take a picture and post soon. i'd love to do a post about the crochet covered stone i made inspired by your work - would you mind terribly if i posted a little tutorial? i used an old crochet book for the motif pattern, then worked from there. i just don't want to tread on your toes. just as before, i will link to your blog as the source of inspiration.

barb jensen

Oh, that last picture is so dear! I love the little stone-in felt-in crochet. And i really love the way you photographed it on the ginko leaf. Brilliant!

barb jensen

And by the way, AT is notorious for the nasty comments. I don't get it at all.


oh, the sticks and stones necklaces are gorgeous! i can't wait for your etsy shop to open. :)

Ei! Kumpel

you are a truly special and very inspiring person... every time I come to you blog I say "wow...." it amazes me the way you look at nature, the way you make things with the most simple and beautiful materials.

thank you so much for always sharing your outstanding creation!


la pomme


la pomme


amy r

beautiful. i come to your blog every so often - hoping to be lifted in some way. you never disappoint. thank you for your inspiration! cheers. a

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