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I love all your works. You're really good.

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This stitch is often worked in a circle to form a flower motif and as a result known as lazy daisy stitch.

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maneki

Thanks for the tutorial! I really like the filled flowers. Must make some of those soon.

I found your site via CraftGossip and now I can't wait to explore it some more.

Houseelf

Thanks

paulette doyle

FANTASTIC!! Thanks Helen!!
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kaholly

Helen, I am really enjoying these lessons, esp. this one. I only know the basic basics and your tutorials have been a blessing. I am looking forward to practicing this one. Thanks so much. ~karen

Annie

Lovin this Helen - I love to stitch, but very self taught....(you can tell that sometimes)..thank you so much for all the time you are putting into us ladies xox

Val

I love the way you have done a second petal inside the first. I would never have tried that without your help. I love your Sunday lessons. I am a bit behind and have been working on my running stitch project. I hope to think of a new project to showcase each new stitch or combination as we get further along. I will add my running stitch project to the flickr group when I finish it.

Carina

So good explained!! greating from holland. i like your blog Carina

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