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Peggy Shorrock 1803
Viktor & Irina
Nantucket Girl
A Red Cottage
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February 24, 2014

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LaNelle

Beautiful, thanks for sharing all the pictures to give us a sense of market I would love it! We are So blessed to have such talent in the stitching world.....

Shirlee

Loved seeing all the photos! Thank you so much for sharing : )

Margaret

That sampler isn't out yet? It's yours? Oh it looks wonderful!!!!! Loved seeing all the market pics. What a treat!

Leslie

As always, lovely pictures and the ability to enable all stitchers. I can't wait to check out some of these items at my LNS. - Leslie

Susan

Crowned Bird Sampler? You're doing it again - how's a stitcher to keep up with you? :).

Faye

I could look at all these beautiful photos all day!!! For those of us that weren't at Market, this is a feast for the eyes~~

Sheryl

love looking at everything and can't wait to look up some of the designers and add to my stash, lol

niky

It was really a pleasure for me to meet you finally!!! Thanks so much for those beautiful pictures Paulette, you're special!!! Can hardly wait to meet you again trying to have more time for chatting ...hopefully! Hugs from Italy!!!

Laura

Thank you for the lovely tour! Daffodils are my favorite flower, too.

Ellen Heinbockel

I am trying to find the small piece with a red bird and ABC that you saw at market. It looks like it is by olde colonial but I cannot find it on their site. Would you be able to tell me where it is from?
Thanks

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