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August 02, 2011


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plus that baby blue jay is darn adorable!


Your owl and Sonia's tiny squares are perfection. That afternoon we spent stitching on the porch was marvelous. I spent today finishing up my first square using the beading needle and seed beads you gave me and enjoying the memories of last week :) I miss you friend.


oh, my goodness---the owl is AMAZING. lovely letting us in on your afternoon on the porch!

Sherry Harmes

I am so happy that you got to spend this time together. Thank you for bringing all of us along too through this blog. You inspire me Margie. Thanks again and hugs to you and yours.

ana isabel

I love how natural dye colours always seem to compliment each other. Never a need to worry about them clashing, it's impossible. Such lovely pics, thanks for sharing :)


A treat beyond words. So satisfying, in a deep way.


Exquisite :)

Chez Chouke

It looks beautiful, as all your post do. So happy I found your blog! ‚ô•Judith

Jill Wignall

Not just three ladies sewing together but three very talented ladies. What a treat and your owl embroidery looks wonderful as does Sonia's art work.


it all looks like such fun!


I love the use of the clothespins to hold the thread! Great idea! :)


I have followed your blog for some time now and am always inspired by your designs and labors of love. Thank you!


these moments will remain in my memories forever
I wish we could do that all the time ... sigh


I'd love to see the owl barn once it's finished!


that looks like time very well spent. i am in love with that owl - and all those natural dyed threads and fabrics are candy for the eyes!

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