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June 20, 2012



Marg.. LOVE your stand. It was so pretty. It was lovely to finally meet you.



Saw photos of your stand on a few blogs. Your stand looked fabulous Marg and from the previous comments sounds like you had a successful show. I think you might need a short rest after such an intense period of work and play.


Oh my, your stand looks so wonderful! And I'm glad the show was successful to you (and of course to all who visited you ;) )!



Lovely to see you and all your crafty inspiration!


Hi Marg. I loved your stand too .. and brought quite a bit home with me! Looking forward to making up the lovely kits I couldn't resist. The workshop was fun too .. even if I was the slowest student! Say hi to Jan ... it was lovely to see you both again.


Hi Marg...lovely to meet you at dinner on Friday night...Your stand was gorgeous and toooo tempting to not buy anything....Love it all...Dzintra xo


Your stand was gorgeous, one of the best I think. Seeing all the finished projects makes it impossible to resist buying the patterns. - good marketing! The Bird of Happiness purse is one pattern I bought and the stitchery is finished so hopefully I'll finish it this week. Very inspirational!

Patricia Quinnell

Hi Marg,

I am envious i wanted to get to the show and see your stand, so glad you did so well and say hi to Jan for me too.

cheers Pat Q


It looks so lovely! (No surprise there!)


Hey Marg........your stand was gorgeous..........just like the girls on it......lol.........but it was dangerous to call by so many times as I think I brought something every time.........glad you and Jan joined the bloggers for dinner on Friday night........thanks for the workshop.........

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