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November 13, 2007



Yay! I love the bird nests. The corsage is gorgeous too! Ann


Good morning. I like to say hello but would also like a nest too if I am second!

Love reading your posts Alison. I hope to hear from you soon - Mrs Busy!!

Love Emma Whiston


Oh, drat! Just missed out. Shame - the blue one would have looked lovely on our tree. Perhaps I will have to have a go at making one myself!

Good for you on looking after the niecephews! They seem delightful and how fab is your niece?! Soon you can put her to work for Agnes Coy!

Best, Claudia

Violet & Rose

What a find! Miss Polyanna/Babushka. Perfect for a 6 yr old. She would have loved it. What a great Auntie you are! Well done.


There could be no greater gift than a kind relative having your children for a weekend and making sure they have such a special time.

Hooray for Aunties and Uncles!


Your nests are beautiful! Looks like you had a fun time with your neice adn nephew...and you got to give them back! Love the vintage jersey too.


How lovely - as good time had by all. You are naturals at it.
Looking forward to seeing the kitchen



Loving the corsage and the nests are so cute. It's also nice when kids show an interest in making stuff -)


i love that rag doll!


Hey Alison... it was d) all of the above! I loved your nests, thought the linen was right up your alley and that the simple, clean, stylish design was similar to many of the other things you make. I'm going to make myself a string too.

janet clare

Damn! Missed out! Couldn't you say the first 12 people... no?
My boys are 3 and 6 too, and are great fun like your niece and nephew- but they do take up a lot of time don't they!
I'm sure there parents were so grateful for a break!

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