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September 14, 2012

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Giovanna

Oh Paulette, this is wonderful! Can't wait to get my hands on it :-) Congrats on the great new design.

Kristen from MA

I love it, Paulette! It's a must-have for me! (I live in Salem!)

Fun fact: Salem Village is actually now Danvers, MA. The city of Salem was then Salem Township. My city takes all of the 'credit'/tourist dollars for something that happened in the next city over(!).

Michelle

I really love this one, P. And the effect of the vertical stitching is really cool.

Marion

Ah Paulette....another to add to my list....you do realize I will be stitching your designs in my grave????!!! LOL
Kristen...if you happen to re-read the comments...I did not know that about Danvers....I was there in February for my best friend's aunt's funeral...interesting fact to know!

Margaret

Love it! Love the weathered effect from the vertical stitching too. I think this one is the best of them all.

kielrain

I really like this one. It is so great.

Nancy

I love your new design!

Ranae

Oh! I'll be at Celebrations next week, can't wait to see it.
Will the pattern be available?

connie adrian

Another one to add to my every growing list! My husband traced his family history back and found a female relative that died in the Salem jails at the time of the Witch Trails. We have been searching for more info without much luck.
Stitching vertical or horizontal really makes a big difference doesn't it? One way can give height the other width and a total different color way.
Wish I were going to Celebrations....anyone want to do a road trip??

jeannine520

Love, love, LOVE it! I'll start this the moment the chart is in my hands!!

Shelly

Oh man, I'll have to have all three!

Cathryn

These are GREAT!!! You should also consider releasing them as a triple package!!! :D Cathryn

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