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November 19, 2009


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I love your beautiful folkloric bird, and your bird all done in feather stitch. I'm amazed at all the crafting you get done while still having such a busy day job. You have very fast crafty hands :)
-Can't wait to see more of your large stones too!


What a beautiful work you made, Margie, with the embroidery felted necklaces ! They will be wonderful winter gifts.
An amazing work on the stones too. They feel so lucky and spoiled to be dressed by your fairy hands and become pieces of art ! "Brother stones" are on the way ...
Wish you a quiter end of the week ... distracted by other lovely embroideries. Good luck dear Margie !


I simply don't know how you manage to make such creative & grogeous piece while you are so very busy with that damned H1N1 ... the stones from Nanou ... they are so naturally pretty & you covered them so beautifully ... the center makes me think of snowflakes.
And you know what ? You def keep me on my toes with your secret project !! I want to know mooooore waaaah ! LOL xoxoxo
PS : and the folkloric bird has winked at me, is that normal ?! ;-)


I love your work and I have to thank you for inspiring me to ask the ladies at work to teach me to knit, which in turn means I am half way through your scaffett pattern and we've started a knitting and crochet club at work also.

You are a continous inspiration and I love your blog. Many thanks once more. Kat x


Just want to say that I love your work - particularly the folkloric bird!


I just love your embroidery! The bird reminds me of old tales in storybooks. He is really special!


You really manage to make sweet moments for me every day Margie. I feel so special to be included in your life and your crafting. Thanks for the inspiration, as always.



Wow your embroidery work is amazing.I am very much interested in this work and I am just learning it.I really like that you share you work with us.


How did I miss this post? Your stitching is amazing!

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