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September 16, 2012


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connie adrian

I love this!! I remember Multiplications tables from grade school! Great job(as always!) stitching it Karen!

karen decker

I can't wait to see the framed model in person! I WILL be at Celebrations this coming weekend!! Thanks for asking me to stitch it for you Paulette, It was fun!!


Love the new pattern. I will be at Celebrations. Can't wait.


Another smashing design - well done Paulette and Karen!


Love it!!! Fantastic!

Tatyana Untila

Fantastic! Can't wait to see it in online needlework shops


Okay. This one I MUST have! It will go with the other multiplication tables I plan to stitch! Yep...a must have! Love it!

amy ( sew~amy)

I really like this one.


Since we have already discussed my wanting this a dozen times over, I can't wait!!! Beautiful job stitching the model, Karen.


In case I forgot to mention it, I LOVE THIS DESIGN!!!!! LLLLLY


Karen did an absolutely wonderful job~~ I love love love this piece....You sure have been a very busy lady with all these fantastic new releases....sigh... My debit card is screaming!!! Take care my friend, Faye

Sophie I.

Beautiful and useful !!


It's wonderful!!!!! Definitely a must stitch for me :-).

Joanne P

I love this design! I remember the poem from a book I had as a child but I've never seen it anywhere else before. Maybe it was an American book rather than English? My version had "fractions drive me mad" rather than practise.

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