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June 10, 2009


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Cathy's piece looks like it was made for the stone. In fact, your collaboration feels like such a natural fit.


The poem, cloth, crochet, and
words all feel so free. They
all transcend time, yes almost
an old world feel, but yet still
has a crispness about it. As if
it has been and always will be.
Four hands are always better than
just two, as my grandfather always
said. Your combind talents have
blended very nicely indeed.
Thank you Cathy and Margie.
Love to you both,


I love this gorgeous collaboration.. you guys are perfect..


That blue is such a happy colour and the sweet little posy in the egg shell is a perfect accompaniment. I love your kitty's tail peaking out, he seems to blend into the surroundings perfectly!


Wonderful. I love the last photo with Edgar's tail peeking out from the table.


yet again Margie, you take my handwriting snippet and transformation, tiny stitches, visual poetry, light and playfulness happen..... truly lovely thank you x


that is beautiful. i love your collaboration- as artists i think you and cathy complement each other very well!
p.s. i just adore those tiny flowers inside the broken baby egg shell. xx


quite delightful!


I love your covered stones, and I love embroidery, and Cathy's work as well, so how could I not fall in love with this ? Your collaboration is absolutely delightful, for both of you, and for all of us. Thanks so much Margie & Cathy, you're out of this world ! oxoxo much love to all


oooh I meant to say also that, yes, a love poem to Liverty would be brilliant, as well as a coffee table book with all Liberty's prints/names/history. Should we email Liberty ?! :) xoxo


What a gorgeous collaboration... meant to be! That robin's egg filled with forget-me-nots makes me so incredibly happy!

Elsita :)

OMG! Soooo beautiful! just perfect!
That color blue and everything else is just perfect!
That rock could never ever imagine that such an amazing art was going to cover its body!


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