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June 28, 2017

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Robin in Virginia

Sampler Houses I and II are gorgeous, Paulette. I like the frame moldings you used for them. Look forward to seeing the next pair.

Betty

Thank you for the wonderful series! After seeing your "first drum" I immediately called Dying to Stitch and ordered chart and fabric--it is awesome. Saturday, I stitched with Judy who is 3/4 of the way toward a finish with Yuletide Welcome--it is beautiful--she is doing your design proud. Yes, with everything "faster" seems I should get more accomplished--I don't most days I think it just adds to my stress level. Thank God for stitching!

Shelly

Love houses, especially yours! I have those two on my wishlist and will look forward to the new releases.

Jeannine Foss

Beautiful, both of them! ;-)

Dorcas

Faster food faster delivery But take care of your weight.

Debby

Paulette, you're so right about time and our perspective and reality and all that. What I don't understand is how keep providing us with SO many wonderful charts to stitch so quickly! I must admit, I'm totally addicted to houses and will be catching up with this series soon. Thank you for contacting to share your awesome talent with us!

Debby

Guess I need to preview before I post! I meant "continuing" to share -- can I blame auto correct???

Sherrie

H Paulettei,

I'm a new stitcher and I love your patterns. I was wondering if you would consider adding the dimensions of the cut linen for newbies. I find it very confusing trying to determine what size linen I should start with for your designs.

Looking forward to stiching many more of your designs. Especiallly the plum tart series!

Sherrie

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