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November 25, 2009


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Margie, and I am so thankful for you, xo. Happy thanksgiving.

I hope to see the button snail embroidery in full detail soon. It is reminiscent to me of batik or stained glass.


Happy Thanksgiving my friend. I hope you have time to relax and enjoy it with your family. Your embroidery for the show looks divine, I know it will be a big hit.
J x


HAPPY THANKSGIVING, Margie ! I'm so grateful to know you :)
Your embroidery is really lovely ... it's a perfect Resurrection Fern pattern. And I love so much your new pinecone. Shaped pompoms are a brilliant idea !!!
Have a nice Thursday, wish it a bit quieter ... Love.


I really love what you do!


Melissa R

I love the soft pompom, you can tell how soft it is! Are the rocks in the first picture wet or is that their natural color? So rich!


Wow, I love the gorgeous coloured pompom. I'd love to know how you managed this and hopefully look forward to a tutorial?
beautiful entry as always.
Thank you x


I love the Queen Ann's Lace...it looks like she's meditating. ommmm....

Helen Lansdown

A celebration of 'special moments' is quite lovely. You do it so beautifully. lace and pom pom and..... we appreciate it. Helen, Darcy & Bingley

Margaret Oomen

the stones are wet from the rain and wind. It really brings out the beauty in the stones. I would love one day to do a show with stones in little pools or fish bowls to highlight their natural beauty under water. I first need to look in to fine water resistant fibers. The embroidered piece is not for the show. It is for a quilt project organized by Kathreen of Whipup. I will be sending it back to her in Australia to be sewn into a quilt.

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