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May 09, 2006

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Peg

I just found your blog! Beautiful! I love the art work you put in often and wonder about its source! Sewing is a pastime of mine, too, but working with a Japanese pattern is not something I have tried. Good on you!

dawn

Looks like there's some lovely bags in that book. Love the shawls in that shawl book, but the very eighties photos are awful! I've seen a few of these on various blogs, and they look stunning. One of those shawls is on my to-do list.

erin

So intriguing - buttons and embroidery floss and an unpronounceable shawl!

Isabelle

Bonjour Françoise! I came here from the Big Bag Swap website. How delightful to see that you write in English on top of it all! (I'm an English Lit teacher & PhD student... you bet I love the language!)

How funny, I nearly bought that Japanese bag book the last time I ordered from Yes Asia...

I shall definitely have to bookmark your blog and explore it some more! For now I really need to dash ;)

le chat qui coud

from wich wave are you? (i mean for big bag swap)....
It's a great adventure, isn't it?

Kim

For YOU to find something unpronounceable. . . I can't even imagine the rest of us trying!

So glad you had a warm birthday. You sound very excited about all your projects --- good for you!!

Krawuggl

Such lovely buttons, the ones with the flower-shape. And those books are looking very nice, isn´t it a good feeling to find exact the instruction for the item you was looking for? Can´t wait to see a picture of your maybe-new-named-shawl and the first itsy-bitsy-peeks of your finished bags.
Greetings,
Suzi

carol

Looking forward to seeing your new shawl beginnings. I have not seen that book before - I shall have to try and see if anyone local stocks it to take a look. Glad you are settled on a bag now - great buttons too by the way.

Adriana

I think you are very brave for considering the shawl. I am really looking forward to reading about and seeing your progress as I am intrigued by how they are made. It looks really difficult. I love those buttons.

Marie

I love the blues in the post! The picture of the thread and buttons and fabric makes me want to pick up my sewing projects right now...except that I am still stuck at work. Sigh. Can't wait to see your shawl!

Aimee

A belated Happy Birthday to you (and Mother's Day.)
I love May as well, my birthday is May 11th.

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