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August 10, 2011


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You just made want to get out the enamel pot and little jars of natural dyes you brought me. It's so inspiring to see your journal. At first I thought that twisted skein of thread was some kind of bone :)


wonderful. my dye journal is feeling a bit neglected these days, although i am making good use recently of what i've already dyed.


Still loving to see your beautiful dye journal!



Cindy Steiler

So lovely.


Margie, it has been so interesting to watch you over the past couple of years, as you have delved into different artistic endeavors. I really appreciate how you keep learning and finding beauty in new places. Stay vibrant!


Gorgeous. Inspiring. It seems so long since I kept a dye journal ... perhaps I should start again :D

Sonia / Cozy Memories

the magnolia fruit & the oregano dyed silk noils are my favorites
your journal is so much more tactile than my way of digital journaling
I'm kicking my own b*tt for not looking at it when I was with you ...
(next time ...) oxox


still all so lovely......


oh I could sit and look at these all day!

Lari Washburn

Really beautiful and interesting record!


I wish I was as disciplined with my dyeing experiments
I like the pencil case above the book.


lovely journal to feel and see ~


Could never figure out the different between knitting and crocheting. I used to watch my grandma crocheting. I do find your photo's intersting. Thank you for sharing them.

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