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June 25, 2010


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Nanny Pumpernickel

Another beautiful inspiring post:)I think it is such a huge treasure to keep on playing at all ages,people who do that are always F-U-N!Happy weekend!!


What a gorgeous playscape you've created.


Grown-ups need to play more. I need to play more ! So happy you could play, because I love it when you play. Thanks for mentionning the blog of your friend, I added it to my list & will be visiting & saying hi ASAP.
Merfishes in a shell sounds so poetic, what a lovely idea ! So glad I had sent you some (I suppose) merfish suitable stones.
Big hugs my friend xoxo Hope you can go to the beach


your fishes are the most lovely and sweet l have ever seen!!!! and the best is that you teach us how to make them!!!thanksssss gracias!!!!!l love very much the photos of the shadows!! your blog margaret is unique!! l adore it!!!!!!!! happy you in the beach!! lucky you!!!! muchos besos!!!!

Holly McLean

The merfish are just too cute! I like them almost or as much as the covered stones. They are nice with the shells.

Elisabeth Black

That first of the two shadow pictures is amazing. These are lovely photos.


We should all play more if playing produces results like these!


I love your fish! Years ago I wove fish out of seed beads and I think I'm going to have to do it again. Thanks for the spark!


It feels good to 'play' sometimes but it is such a guilty pleasure, because one is grown up and one shouldn't waste time thus.
But when you play you make some wonderful discoveries like the lovely shaddow photographs. They are delightful.


I use your site as inspiration for adding "beautiful" items to my prek classroom to encourage play and appreciation of nature. Your pictures are beautiful!


Your crocheted snail is just about the sweetest thing I have EVER seen. THANK YOU! It makes me very happy!


You deserve more than a little playtime. These images are so much fun. I love the shadow one so much!


all the merfish and the snails look like they're having lots of fun playing as well! i think every merfish needs a shell, just like every person needs a bed to sleep in :)



I am a habitual rock picker-upper. And fan of yours. Thank you.

hands follow heart

Hello Margaret, I'm a big fan of your work and have even tried my hand at a couple of crocheted rock covers from Crochet Today magazine. I'm also a regular visitor to your blog though haven't yet left a comment. I just loved this display of rocks and your creatures/creations. Simply beautiful. Thanks for all the inspiring things you bring into the world!


Vers Cythère !

Une perle née d'une maille au fin fond des coquilles, l'histoire se tisse et s'empile sous ton regard aux mille doigts. I'm travelling in your ferm, every time. Thanks to you.

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