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January 14, 2008

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kwoozy

knitalatte1 - you hv a blog! Yay! known you from flickr :)

ah.. ic ic.. smart to use picot lace. i love the mushrooms.

Sara

you have so wonderful ideas! I like all of them, specially the mushroom and the scarf. What is the last project? a collar on a dress? and the dress is the coiled brown thing? :-)

Friederike! & Sandra

that´s an real interesting technique, thank you for sharing. We love your trees! :o)
S.& F!

Sara

I'm so happy you have a blog. I'll link it to mine!

Cathy

Thanks for sharing your technique, ideas and photos too! The mushrooms are so delightful. All your projects are lovely. I really like the mushroom faces:)

Elsita

Wow Margie!! Thank you sooo much for sharing this with us! I love what you have made with this technique and I am looking forwardto trying it myself. Thank you!!!
Elsita :)

bekki

i love the lace you just did. even though i don't quite understand what it's going to look like.

cathygaubert

this is such an amazing technique, and thank you so very much for sharing it! now i have to dig through my lace trims to see if i have anything that will suffice. the little mushroom guy is so charming...i love that he is winking at us.
i am so happy to have found your blog. what a wonderful name for it, too. i have some resurrection fern that fell off of live oaks (200+ years old) that live on family property in south Louisiana. i took some home with me and had it outside, but recently brought some in to live on the sunny windowsill in my kitchen. i love to see it when i walk by. amazing how a little plant that most people would not even notice can hold so much memories and meaning! oh, and did i mention that i am so happy that i found your blog? well, i am!

generic propicia

i like this part of the post:"This first example is how I made a mushroom softie. I cut a circle out of a vintage cashmere scarf. I then sewed picot edge lace trim around the circumference with the picots facing outwards." is very good

Alice Sailer

Es una técnica maravillosa... quiero empezar ya, un proyecto de "simbiosis" ...

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