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nancymoo
Asheville, NC
Interests: music, teaching, crafts, coffee
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So beautiful - and what a sweet little man! Were you in the NC mountains? I'm in Asheville and its been so lovely here! :D
Toggle Commented Oct 18, 2010 on weekending in the mountains at Sew Liberated
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Thanks for sharing this interview! I have been wanting to try the Lusa products. I am expecting my first child in four weeks, so the baby kit would be great! :D
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2010 on SouleMama Sponsor ~ LUSA ORGANICS ~ at SouleMama
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Wow that sounds so delicious! Do you think it would work as well with lime? Maybe it would need more sugar? I hope it cools off for you soon! I hate coming back home (Raleigh/Durham) in the summer - Asheville really is significantly cooler!!
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2010 on cooking in the inferno at Sew Liberated
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Ooooh! Love those pants!! Thanks for hosting this giveaway! :D
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Your tunic looks great!! I'd love to have this book as well! I'm due with my first in September, so I'd treasure the mama advice as well as the patterns!! :)
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AND I blogged about it. Trying to figure out how to add the button. :) http://voulezvouscrochetavecmoi.blogspot.com/
Toggle Commented May 18, 2010 on superbuzzy: new sponsor par.tay! at sewtakeahike
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The website is Too Cute. I would definitely buy FABRIC and probably a little gift for the hubby since he used to live in JP. Natsukashi...
Toggle Commented May 18, 2010 on superbuzzy: new sponsor par.tay! at sewtakeahike
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Super sweet. I love all things Japanese. Except an. :D
Toggle Commented May 18, 2010 on superbuzzy: new sponsor par.tay! at sewtakeahike
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How sweet! I am expecting a boy in September and I can't wait for school to be over so I can start sewing for him! I am looking forward to these patterns.... :D
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2010 on spring outfit at Sew Liberated
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Love it! My "studio" is currently the dining room table. And with a baby on the way, no rooms are opening up soon... :) Someday I'll have a room of my own! Your pictures are lovely - thanks for sharing with us!
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So pretty! I can't wait to visit her shop. Thanks for sharing this, Meg!
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Yay! I would LOVE this book! Thanks for offering this, Meg! :D
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2009 on handmade home giveaway at Sew Liberated
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Early exposure to music - especially your singing - is SO important for babies! (as I'm sure you know!!) I am an elementary music teacher and I can really tell the children who've had music in their lives before coming to school. Not to say the other children can't learn it, because they certainly can, but those students with an early foundation have a much better sense of pitch and steady beat! I highly recommend the CDs (http://www.westmusic.com/ProductDetails.aspx?prodid=850248)and books (http://www.westmusic.com/ProductDetails.aspx?prodid=804141) by John Feierabend. He has a set for infants and one for toddler/early elementary children. I absolutely LOVE them and I can't wait to use them for my own children (coming soon)! :D
Toggle Commented Jul 1, 2009 on mama indulgence :: music at Sew Liberated
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What fun for baby and mom! You heard bluegrass? Who did you see? Its my favorite! :D
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2009 on bluegrass boy at Sew Liberated
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Its too cute! It would look great in my house... :D
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Meg, Finn is beautiful - and he shares my birthday! :D This is my first time posting, but I love your blog. I can't wait to try out your patterns (that I just bought)! Thanks for taking the time to share with us! :) Nancy
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2009 on well, golly gee ... at Sew Liberated
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