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April 15, 2016

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Toffeeapple

That looks like it was a fiddly job but you managed it very well and your stitching is beautifully neat. Well done. I utterly hate re-making anything so you have my admiration.

Fiona

May I say I really love your blog. I am impressed with your accuracy and enthusiasm. I make costume too, but the museum I work for in York, UK, pays me for both that and dressing up! My dream job. Your stitching is really good, and remaking anything is always tedious, so well done there.

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