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October 26, 2009


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aaah your knitting will probably force/inspire me one day to get started ! That handspun yarn is so yummy looking, look at that texture & all these variations of colors !
Have a wonderful new week ! xoxo big hugs

Mathyld / encore petite

What a wonderful yarn !
And this painting ? Perfect !
Another one obsessed with the beauty of birch trees ! I spent the whole school year, last year, to make Birch Tree Stained-glasses ...

Oh ! And love your fabric leaves hoop, too !

x x x

Justine Costerouse

Your scarf has such autumnal beauty -- it looks just like the leaves on the ground. And that birch painting! It is marvelous! I had a summer moment with some birch trees this year, and now the memory of them is nourishing as the days grow shorter... Have a good week!


I so enjoy visiting your blog. This autumn I've felt a strong need to experience the season more fully, but didn't know how. Then I found your blog and you gave me just the inspiration I was needing. I'm so enchanted by your work. I love the intersection of art and nature.


Sadly our pumpkins here do not carve as easily nor are as sweet.

I am eyeing off your pile of riverstones with envy..


lovely, lovely goldens.
i haven't picked up my knitting needles in ages- your scarfette inspires me though!

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Certainly different yarns and knitting needles may be used to achieve different end products by giving the final piece a different colour, texture, weight, and/or integrity

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