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July 06, 2008

Comments

Jo

Wonderful way to spend the weekend. I totally love that hand stitching, you are very clever. And oh trumpet, you find the best places to sleep!

janet clare

I'm loving Rita- never heard of her and she is great! If you like her you'll probably like Stanley Spencer (you may already have heard of him being a Brit)
Can you sit at the dining table, sewing and watching DVDs and save yourself all that walking to the almonds...?

Julz

The felt flowers are great - am looking forward to Craft 2.0, I used to work at the Dowse so love visiting to see what their latest exhibitions are, along with Craft 2.0 - I'll pass by and say hello :)
Hugs Jxx

cdm

well it looks like you are going to have a wonderful weekend all tucked up safe and sound in your home.

emma whiston

Hi ALi

What a lovely insight in to your weekend. I have a Julie Arkell book to send to you - hurray! Just have to make it to the post office!
Lots of love Emma x

donna

Oooh I love your felt corsages. I always get comments when I wear the one you gave me. Your cross over apron looks fab too.

Strangely enough, even though it is July, our weather isn't too different from yours. Not fair!

mary@andsewtosleep

Log fire, films, sewing and food -perfect! Enjoy
Mary

julie

There is nothing like making good use of time. Your projects look great.

Ellen

I love the homey,nesting feeling from a forced stay-in. It makes you appreciate the quiet (and not so quiet) rhythms of the day. You're not caught up with the fast pace outside. Of course one can go a bit batty too! Do you use a particular pattern for your crossover aprons?

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