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January 15, 2010


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What gorgeous fabric! Can't wait to see your finished beautiful clutches :) So happy to be with you in class again. Have a lovely weekend, my dear friend! Take care, Wini xo

Priscilla Locke

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog so I could find your lovely one!

Enrouge (Karla)

You have some intriguing and exciting projects cooking in your studio Jacqueline - - I'm very curious about your tutorial! And I love the little birds in embroidery -- they are so sweet and delicate. Just lovely! You do beautiful work!
p.s. i've been thinking about you today as I have my sewing machine humming along trying to finish an old sewing project. So far no tears!


The embroidery looks great, i would love to see the finished product!


I love your fabric! Looking at a stack of colourful fabric is almost better than food! As always, your embroidery is just outstanding! Can't wait to see the end result.


Hi Jacqueline
This is very pretty - love your fabric choices. Thanks for commenting on my blog. I am enjoying the 'together' class also and cannot wait for class2. We are also 'fishies' alum !
Cannot wait to see the results of your work


I'm excited for the tutorial :) Hope all is well with you!


I am still waiting for inspiration to strike and actually get my acts together again... But i love seeing how busy you are and all the beauty you create!


Hi Jacqueline - so glad to meet you in the together course - absolutely loving your blog!
Happy belated birthday!
And what gorgeous fabric!


What beautiful fabrics...such a gorgeous combination!


Jacqueline, I'm so happy to have found your blog! (I can already tell that BYW is going to leave me with a lot less free time...) I'm a sewer, too- my background is in fashion and I love home crafting stuff. I can tell that I'm going to have a lot to look at here :)

Also, thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog last week; it's so nice to have the support of not just regular readers, but new ones as well!

Cheryl Arkison

Those are adorable. I'm just starting to wet my toes with embroidery.

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