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January 29, 2012

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Laila Skauge

Gorgeous hand pieced blocks! Hope to get time to make some one day, and got to get those rulers!!!
A friend once told me a messy house/room is a sign of creativity, so I'll stick with that, and keep my sewing room (and sometimes my house) messy :-) And it's fun to clean up after being creative:-)

Marie

Don't feel bad, my room looks the same.

Bronwyn

I have had a very productive Sunday. I have finished my Husif. Made the Applecore pinchusion and started on the Hexagon tablerunner by Annie Downs.Looking forward to coming up in June/July for the workshops.Glad to see you have a mess in your sewing room. Mine is like that from time to time but I always feel productive when it happens.

Lenna Green

Gosh you were so productive, this goes hand in hand with some rummaging amongst the fabrics.

Heike

I like your piecings.
And I thought I came in my room. It looks the same at time.
~~Heike

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