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June 24, 2016

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Sandie in Sydney

Congratulations on your very successful foray into 40hpi silk gauze! Your cushion is lovely and you've stitched it beautifully. Great job. Warning though - it's addictive and I'll guarantee that you try other items in this finer gauze now too, once you've done the second cushion. Frances' designs are delightful and also look at Janet Granger's website: teapot cozies, traycloths, purses, Christmas stockings....Oh my, what a choice lol

Mary Lou

I want a half-moon table just like that for my upstairs hallway. Well, not just like that, a bit bigger. Nice haul!

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