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July 24, 2012


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You gather the most beautiful collections. Seeing images in the stones reminds me of seeing images in the clouds...

I cannot wait to get my hands on Geninne's gorgeous book!


The patterns on the rocks are so beautiful. Some of them remind me of Arounna's prints. The bird rock is amazing.


You have precious treasures ! I am lucky that I can see it !


I love the gatherer in you
those fossils are amazing
as is our G's book !
Looking forward to seeing what dyeing stuff you've gathered


Those are some sensational spots and striations :)


Wonderful treasure. Been meaning to send you a few treats like these from our new surroundings.
Very exciting about Geninne's book :)

lynda howells

l too am a gathererx


You are so loved M ♥ I can hardly wait to see you again to give you the biggest hug. I have the best memories of us gathering little natural treasures together.


A lovely collection indeed. More than just pebbles cast aside, or away. :)

Connie | Daydream In Color

I love this collection. Gathering is always so much fun...


You are the BEST gatherer!! Your stones always amaze me..I have never looked at rocks the same since I first found your blog..:) I can't wait to get a copy of the BOOK!!!!!


I do the same thing : lots of stones in a basket ! But I never know what to do with them. I threw them. I know it's sad...
But thanks to you, your crocheted stones give me THE idea ! I'll do the same thing as you... if you allow me, of course.
See you soon !

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