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January 30, 2011


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That's gorgeous.

ellen kelley

I know that the kind soul is watching, looking down at you as you have lovingly restored this fabric for a new purpose. She is kissing your hand and so grateful. And, I think that she will be holding that hand as you rest tonight, whispering in your ear, thanks and appreciation for all you do.

Emily Z.

I just can't say enough how much I love your studio space: so inspirational!


what a great looking top - and i so love the mended spots on that sheet, perfectly highlighted in the pockets you made. looking forward to seeing the dyed jersey made into a rug - i've been thinking of making a t-shirt rug, although i imagine with natural dyes yours will be so much more!


What a delightful crafty week-end you had in your sunny studio ! Just sorry to hear you about your "aching head", hope it was not too painful and that you feel better now with some kitties' and snails' kisses :)
To answer to your question, my (rainy) week-end was also relaxing ... virus treating, cooking, studio arranging, crochetting and especially tour guides studying :)
Wish you a happy Monday, Margie !


Was the pattern very quick to make? I must finally cut into mine.
I'm sorry about your aching head too. Looks like you still managed a good dose of relaxation in spite of it.
Your balls of jersey yarn are so inspiring. One day I will add it to my list :)
Sending you hugs and good wishes for a wonderful week ahead.


I hope you don't feel sick & achy anymore my friend. From a distance, the wooden brown of your studio did look like orange, and went so well with all the blue going on :) Your top is wonderful & I love the print. So happy to see fab books & yummy drinks on your desk :) and that ball looks SO yummy. Now if only I could crochet .... ;-)


What a pretty tunic! It looks so soft and comfortable. Looking forward to seeing your new rug... sounds like you had a lovely weekend.
The rain on Saturday kept us in, so I cleaned the tile floors. The sun on Sunday got us out, snowdrops and bulb shoots on our walk, it was a pleasant and welcoming surprise.


hola margaret!! you have one of the most beautifull places for making what you love to do!! everything there is a paradise of inspiration! edgar is lovely!!always happy!!!!!besos enormes!!!!!


Pretty tunic. Such a sweet idea to include the mended areas as part of the top when others would discard it without thinking, including myself, I'm afraid. Love that big ball of t-shirt yarn!

Amber at Berlin's Whimsy

Margie--- Your studio is beautiful!! I love how you bring nature indoors with such respect and admiration.

Are you using a particular pattern/instructions for your rag rug? I glimpsed (in a later post) the strips after dyeing and they are beautiful.

As always, you are such an inspiration... ;-)

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