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February 06, 2009

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Margaret

I love the Easter Treats pattern. What a gorgeous display those eggs would make.
However, my favourite is the For You pattern which is just divine. If I'm not lucky enough to be the winner of the pattern I will have to buy it!

Margaret

Carolyn Stracik

I love the Easter Treats! Wouldn't those be fun to share with family!

Australia is certainly in my thoughts these days - I know you have been touched by these fires, but hopefully not too closely.

Dawn

Oh how lovely Marg...that is much better than chocolate and doesn't make my bum look big..LOl

Mandy

Those Easter Treats are really cute. Please include me in your giveaway.

Lyn O

Well we always add new decorations fo Christmas each year- this will be a wonderful way to continue with a special Easter tradition - a collection of your lovely eggs. Just saw on the news here in NZ that the Beechworth fire has been re-lit-it is so hard to understand how someone could do that...take care

Wendy Fitz

These eggs look like the chockie eggs with the hard candy icing on top, absolutely delicious mmmmmm.....

Cara

Gorgeous pattern! The buttons are cute too! Glad to hear you are ok. Praying that you all receive cooler weather soon.

Deb

Marg, your patterns and work are an inspiration to us all. I love your new easter treats pattern and would love to be in your giveaway draw!

Dawn

These are way better than chocolate...Maybe I need these instead and my pants will still fit.Love them...If I don't win I will also be buying this one...so cute.
Hugs x

Nic

A happy Easter would be nice after the week we have had in Victoria, so please count me in for your lovely giveaway.

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