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January 23, 2012

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Giovanna

What adorable smalls - I'm looking forward to My Brother's Keeper. Great stash enhancing too :-)

Margaret

Sigh. I love seeing everything from your Attic experience. The smalls from Brother's Keeper are wonderful! I recognize where the motifs came from. lolol! Love those pieces John made. Amazing!

Margaret

Forgot to say -- loooove the stash!!!!! I didn't need to see the colors in Sarah Harvey. I've been doing so well convincing myself that she's not something I want to stitch. :And now you show me the colors. Sigh......

Lynn Jones

Trust me, wallowing is good for the soul especially when the stash is this good!
The Token of Love design is fabulous and I'm in love with the Vierlande too.
John's work is amazing and a wonderful keepsake of your weekend visit.

mary

Oh! The fabrics, fibers, and the sampler designs look so yummy!

karren hubrich

I always like to see what you have here. I really love the first one on the pimento jar lid. What a smart thing to do, and I like the little sheep etc.

Katrina

What gorgeous stash!!!! And I love My Brother's Keeper :-).

Michelle

Love your little smalls that you made - especially the little button jar! And I'm dying over your Sarah Harvey - the silks are luscious!! I am going to give 45ct a try, as soon as I can find some of those needles. Your Vierlande Sampler is going to be spectacular on that Fern Gully with the Schoolhouse Red...wow!! I so wish I could have been with you all instead of working!

Kerri

I need some of those hex buttons - too cute. Can't wait for this design to come out - how about some sneaky peakies?

You have some great pieces and sometimes the planning of a new piece is so much fun. I don't know about the 45 ct but will wait to see how you like it.

Thanks for sharing all the wonders of The Attic. i put one of the needle cases on my birthday wish list already!

Kathy

Could you share your silk conversation for the Sarah Harvey sampler?

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