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July 27, 2010


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your new camera is wonderful, but so are your eyes- you take such lovely photos!
i love that patchworked stone. so many layers and details.


i'm wondering if you've ever attended, taught at, or been approached to teach at the Squam Art Workshop in New Hampshire?


i continue to be inspired by your crochet stones... and luv the patchwork design used in the birthday stone for your daughter. beautiful! thanks for sharing the photos (looks like you and your new camera have become fast friends!)


I love these little stones so very much. They make my heart fill up...


Those stones are breathtaking and worth all the extra effort. Rebekah will treasure every stitch made by her mama.
Looks like your new camera is performing very well for you.

The Muse of The Day

I think I will return to this very post again & again. It is so overwhelmingly beautiful - it is exactly the kind of inspiration I need. I cannot thank you enough. Carolina

Lovely World

Amazingly gorgeous. Magical stone. Enjoy seeing your process. Slow craft, like the slow food movement!

brionie williams

Extraodinary stone and work by mama for her lovely daughter! It makes my heart sing :)


those are gorgeous! really, really nice work!


I {heart} these stones that you make. :)


Wow, this is spectacular! I love the combination of different crochet work and different fabrics. Really beautiful.
I came here to tell you that I tried crochet covering a stone: http://www.fuoriborgo.com/fuoriborgo/2010/07/floral-urchins.html
I did not expect to find so much more inspiration! Off to find another stone:) Thank you Margaret!


I have just discovered your lovely blog via Dottycookie and I'm overwhelmed by the beauty of your photographs. The stone is delightful.


I hopped over here from DC too. This is absolutely stunning work. The combintaion of crochet and fabrics is perfect.

arounna khounnoraj

beautiful photos margie - you should do a blurb book - I would buy one.


WOW. gorgeous!! :::

Lill Engström

I will just say that I love your stone work. I have borrowed 2 pics and show them on my blog. If you want me to remove them , just let me know.

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