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2/9/2016 05:07:14 pm
Love these, Sarah! That first one makes me smile.
2/10/2016 02:33:48 pm
Thanks Bonnie! What could be better than to kick off a smile?
2/10/2016 04:52:30 am
What a lovely way to journal!
2/10/2016 02:35:26 pm
It is fun, Angie, if not exactly the speediest journaling method ever. I was experimenting with different stitches: running, double running, back, stem, chain etc. Each one changes waht I wanted to write. Who knew?
2/10/2016 01:44:07 pm
These are so lovely. I look forward to your posts each week.
2/10/2016 02:39:21 pm
Gosh Valerie, that is delightful to hear esp. you never know (and I rarely know) what the posts are going to be about. But I guess that is the fun of it, at least from this end. Thank you for reading.
2/24/2016 02:02:05 pm
You are now the mistress/master/something of french knots. I'm getting the needle and hoop out right now.
2/25/2016 09:00:11 am
What is it about French Knots? I make one and long to make another, and yet another after that. Addictive little beasts. Must practice restraint....
2/25/2016 01:18:36 pm
Hi Sarah! Tell me please, on your blue background that you are doing your wonderful embroidery on, is it a felt backing? Did you hand make it yourself and dye it? If not, where do you get this material? Thank you, Janie
2/25/2016 02:35:58 pm
2/27/2016 09:01:50 am
Sarah, I have never dyed felt but I have silk in a plastic bag in the microwave. How did you dye the felt? Steam, immersion, then heat setting in the oven??? You have me fascinated with this subject. I found the virgin 100% wool at our local store before you mentioned what it was and after you told me what you used I went back and bought some. I would like to try a test sample.....I have indigo but when I dyed with it last summer it was very fugitive, so I think I would try something more predictable in my color choices....I really appreciate your help.
2/27/2016 09:07:32 am
Oh, I didn't mention it is 100% virgin wool felt in a natural color. From the Nonwoven felting company.... and Thank you again. Janie
2/29/2016 02:14:00 pm
2/29/2016 06:20:24 pm
Thank you so much again for your help Sarah!
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