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oops, didn't link: http://www.acehardwareoutlet.com/(2ooovl45avxxan45om2stl45)/productdetails.aspx?sku=61374&source=GoogleBase
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How about a little one-quart bottle?
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My husband thinks it's a purple finch. I know, it's red, but he said purple finch?
Toggle Commented Jul 11, 2007 on what bird is this? at bekka
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Hi, CALVIN, Your wonderful projects show that you are THOUGHTFUL, OBSERVANT, CREATIVE, and TALENTED. You have made me want to complete some of my unfinished projects, so I should go now, to do just that! Lisa K. (I live near Chicago)
Toggle Commented May 4, 2007 on He Blogs! at SouleMama
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Haha, I love that Smokey Bear is on your bunting. Happy everything! All your goodies are gorgeous!!
Toggle Commented Apr 18, 2007 on SIGN UP ON THIS POST at Calamity Kim
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I can't take my eyes off that fallen tree pic. Glad you're safe, sorry you're sick. I'm sorry about the basement too. Good luck cleaning up and I hope you feel better soon.
Toggle Commented Apr 18, 2007 on the past 48 hours at SouleMama
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Oh! Amanda! You've made such a wonderful gift for your Meme. It's beautiful and it's perfect in all the ways it needs to be. Thank you for your gentle reminder about overcoming crafty perfectionism and setting priorities.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2007 on "important" crafting at SouleMama
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I just checked out Martha's site, and it IS Eugenia Kim on the show. There two free projects on the site: http://www.marthastewart.com/page.jhtml?type=learn-cat&id=cat22823&rsc=011107_hpslot6_C
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2007 on Get all hatty! (a book review.) at angry chicken
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LOVE the hats. I have a huge head and can never find hats, so this would be a great book for me. Um, I think the book's being featured on Martha's show this morning? I think I caught a glimpse of that pink-ribbon-trimmed cutie in their "coming up" montage at the top of the show!
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2007 on Get all hatty! (a book review.) at angry chicken
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Huzzah! what a great theme! How about leather jerkins made out of a paper bag? flip the bag upside down so the bottom is becomes the neck/shoulder area, and make arm and neck holes. I can't remember whether to split the bag lengthwise down the front, but you could always make a belt out of fabric strips: just tied. I like the ideas for paper clips or pipe cleaners for chain mail materials. Can't wait to see pics from the party.
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I love this post! What a thoughtful, industrious boy.
Toggle Commented Dec 18, 2006 on my little elf at SouleMama
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Ack! Dying...from...the cuteness...... Seriously, Hillary, you really knock me out with all your ideas.
Toggle Commented Dec 11, 2006 on Jingle Bell Buns at Wee Wonderfuls Archive
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Lovely fabric, dress, child, and work!!
Toggle Commented Sep 26, 2006 on the b-day dress is done. at angry chicken
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Wowee. Lucky you! I like bags; have you seen the Hexagon Hand Bag on the customer gallery page here? It's about 1/4 of the way down the page on the right. Dreamy. I can't find a pattern, but I bet you could figure it out! http://www.fatquartersshop.com/fatquartershopcustomerquilts.asp?Store_id=499&T=1
Toggle Commented Sep 5, 2006 on Surprise mail is so lovely at SouleMama
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I've done the same thing with those wings before! Um, I'd just attach the wing anyway. It would make the scrappy look (which I think is cute!) seem intentional; work with it! Your stitching is so pretty! When I work on something last-minute, it looks like a four-year-old stitched it. I'm glad Ellie's getting better. Probably best you didn't make it to the water park with a cold, anyway. BTW, the Six Flags water park here in the Chicago area had to close for a little while this week because people were becoming ill on site. Yuk! My favorite are the flat ducky feet, though. I'll try that modification next time.
Toggle Commented Aug 22, 2006 on One-Wing Wonder at Old School Acres
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