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Yours is a job I would LOVE - I bought the magazine and enjoyed the article (although chocolate spread never makes it onto bread here, it goes straight from spoon to mouth!)Your photo's are gorgeous, and do exactly what they should, make the looker dream! Can't wait to see more of your work! Kath x
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A very sensible list! not sure if I can resist buying more wool though....oops! actually I think I have already bought 3 balls so far this year! Kath x
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2011 on To do list at Wibbo's Words
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Oooh, I can't wait for the show to arrive at Harrogate now - catering arrangements are usually prety dire there as well, but at least the journey there is pretty stunning! Kath x
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2010 on knitting and stitching at jane brocket
Glorious colours - and use of on e of my favourite words 'potager' - ooohhhh, lovely! Kath x
Toggle Commented Sep 30, 2010 on aglow at jane brocket
in't north there are loads of EWS painted onto old buildings, Emergency Water Supplies from WW2 I think! Kath x
Toggle Commented Sep 30, 2010 on s.j.a. brocket was here? at jane brocket
I have never been a follower of fashion but I love the old couture dresses - I would have loved to work with them in some way. They certainly would never have fit me! Kath x
Toggle Commented Jul 24, 2010 on Couture elegance at Ruby's Button Tin
Glorious! it has been a very good year for Orchid-ery Kath x
Toggle Commented Jul 21, 2010 on Still going for broke... at Wibbo's Words
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Lemon and Lime are always so zingy and fresh - there has been an abundance of yellow this spring! - Lovely painting Kath x
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2010 on Lemons and Limes at Ruby's Button Tin
I love liberty fabric - we used to have the liberty mill shop about 6 miles away from us and I went totally insane in their when they were closing down! Your quilt is going to look fantastic - and I agree - my fav quilt is one my gran made from shirt tails! Kath x
Ahhh, a lovely mag I only get a copy once a year at the knitting and stitching show. I have never heard of that film, must look it up! Kath x
Those dresses are amazing! I love them - and the colourful bobbles on the cushions, but SNIP away at my country living magazines????? SACRALIDGE!!! hehehehe Kath x
are these your work? they are so nice - I love the colours! I love the tappestrys at ehrman - especially the gustav klimt and kaffe fassett designs Kath x
They are so lovely - especially the happy faces! I would so love to go to the quilt exhibition at the V&A - My daughter was there a couple of weeks ago, and didn't realise the quilts were there! teenagers...what age do they open their eyes???! Kath x
I love your last comment - it is so true! Sod the dress, I want the figure to go with it! I love the cafe idea - I just wish a damn shop would come up for rent where I live, and that it was cheap rent, and the stock was a gift....A girl can dream! Kath
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2010 on le sewing cafe - ooh la la ! at Ruby's Button Tin
I think all those bangles would drive me insane! I love the way they posed for these old shots though - the side burns are bit dodgy! ;~) Kath x
Toggle Commented Apr 8, 2010 on Nancy Cunard, style icon at Ruby's Button Tin
Looking forward to watching you evolve! Kath x
Toggle Commented Apr 4, 2010 on Moving the goalposts ... at Ruby's Button Tin
wow - I would love to see it for real, get some idea of scale and texture. kath x
Toggle Commented Apr 4, 2010 on Crazy Quilt at Ruby's Button Tin
Ahhh, how I wish my own house was like Kaffe's...sigh... I did make a blind for my sewing room - similar to those on your picture from his first patchwork book - but somehow it lacks something...I then wanted to mosaic my yard, but couldn't get the colours again. I think Kaffe should just come round and donate his time and artestry for free to all us frustrated fans! Kath x
Toggle Commented Apr 4, 2010 on Knitting natter at Ruby's Button Tin
Sometimes the packaging is prettier than the contense - I love the colours with the brown background. It has taken me a long time to appreciate brown after growing up in the 'brownness of the 70's! Kath x
Toggle Commented Apr 2, 2010 on Design idea for needlepoint at Ruby's Button Tin
I think they look fantastic! well done - are you going to knit a tea pot and cup to go with them?? Have you seen Jean Greenhowe's web site? she has some ace free patterns on there - I couldn't see the invisible man though...(urghhh sorry, that was very poor!) http://www.jeangreenhowe.com/index.html Kath x
Toggle Commented Mar 31, 2010 on A selection of knitted cakes at Ruby's Button Tin
I nearly fell of my chair - that is brilliant! You can tell what a good catholic girl I am! Kath x
Toggle Commented Mar 30, 2010 on Saint of the day at Ruby's Button Tin
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