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June 21, 2009


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As usual I love reading your posts and following you and your friends great adventures into art and poetry.



Mathyld / encore petite

I love Pat's stones and the Water one is so very promising !!!
They do look smooth, indeed. I kinda want to reach them and squeeze them a tad. Just a tad :)

x x x

PS : I love the blue composition with the books and the air stone. What is the blue stone / crystal ? It has an incredible colour !


As usual, Margie, your playful groupings make the stones look so nice. I love the idea of the element stones as prose stones. I had hoped that they told a story. Part of what was so wonderful about working on the stones was the texture, and Mathyld is so right to want to give them a squeeze. The felting is just soothing to the touch. WaterStone should be on the way soon.


A special project. I remember the blue stone with the bird and tiny piece of driftwood, it's still my favourite of all these pretty pieces, that blue sings to me. What fun Pat must have had stitching these together for you and what a joy it must be to receive them :)


My children and I just finished felting river stones. Wool is such a nurturing fiber to work with, the wool felted over the stone has such a great feel to it.
These element stones are lovely and that blue crystal is fascinating what is the name of it?!
If you are interested in vintage fabric you may be interested in my giveaway : )


What a thoughtful series, so carefully executed, and so full of texture and color and life.

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