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August 31, 2009


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Roseanna  Bogley

Oh an adorable button mushroom, love it!

Teal Cuttlefish

I had never seen spore prints before! I live in a semi-arid climate, so wouldn't have much chance to do such a thing, but what a neat idea!

I just found your blog. I like the button mushrooms quite a bit.


that is so cool i love to knit mushrooms and than felt them


Gorgeous! What a warm fuzzy feeling they create.


These are so simple and gorgeous! I'm quite jealous of your variety of fungi.

Also, I'd love it if you posted a tutorial on the crocheted button mushrooms; they're adorable!


Your last picture is so curious... what a super little collection! I especially like your crochet mushroom. How delicate.


You never cease to amaze, impress, marvel me with all your special experiments ! What a nice hommage to mushrooms !
I love your crochetted mushroom to and I'll have a look on your tuttorial (I think you made one last year ...). The crochetted trees in background are great too !
Thank you again, Margie, for all your fantastic giveaways. Fall's coming is so exciting !


your spore prints are so lovely. =)

Allison Lu

i can't wait to see your spore screen prints! i think they'll look just marvelous on fabric. thank you so much for sharing your experiments. i would have never thought of spore printing on my own.


HI Margie,
I made many spore prints as a kid and now that the season is afoot in Oregon, I am about to head out and make my first spore pint in at least 20 years! I l am so happy to have stumbled upon your work. I am thinking of making spore prints with 6th graders and experimenting with different papers- Chris Drury is my soul inspiration! check out his website at http://www.chrisdrury.co.uk/

booklet printing

It is a amazing spore printing and i has seen the first time this types of the printing . After taking the spore from the cloth and than the design look awesome.

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