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August 21, 2011

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You have a great blog...so pleased I came across it. Great tutorial!

Barb

Thank you so much for such a wonderful tutorial! I love your blog and would love to put your button on my blog.

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Wonderful tutorial! Your blog is fantastic, I've learned a lot. Thanks.

Houseelf

I never knew it was so versatile! Thank you.

karen

Helen, I printed this right off to practice on today. Thank you so much! ~karen

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You have a great blog...so pleased I came across it...warm greetings from south africa

leeanne

Great tutorial, not many for lefties though.
I like doing fly and feather stitch with variegated threads too.

Cheryl

I get so confused with this and feather stitches helped a lot thanks

Joan

Those purple dots, lines and letters HELP ME SO MUCH! it is so much easier to learn and follow - Thank You!

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