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May 24, 2007

Comments

Tif

isn't her book just fabulous...such an inspiration to us crafters...

kali

It's been a while since i've had the chance to visit.
So much deliciousness happening, your pictures are so lovely.

Mum

The woolen fabric will give you more inspiration I am sure. I love the work you are doing your Soooo talented You make me feel very proud. Trumpet looks realy contented. keep up the good work.

janet clare

Thanks for adding me to your blog roll - I am very flattered! I enjoyed reading your blog. I must get my hands on some of those japanese crafting magazines!

mary jane

Oh that Mustard Plaid!

melissa

ooohh, that wool fabric is so lovely. can't wait to see what you make!
in fact everything in this post is making me rather happy too.
have a great weekend!

Myra

Your energy level together with your innovation is so productive and impressive, I wonder if Trumpet in his slumber appreciates the tallent around him. HE is gorgeous.

donna

I love the Lotta book too. I just need to find time to make something. Are we going to be able to buy one of your felt flowers? I adore my Agnes Coy corsage Tanya gave me but feel it might be time for a new one ;-)

Alison

Smashing comment Donna - thank you! Actually, I'm working on an Etsy Shop at the moment and hope to open it in a few weeks so the felt flower brooches will be available then

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