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August 26, 2009

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Helen Stubbings

Hi Wendy, she is still a typical teenager and being pushed all the way by
mum! But she is trying. We shall see at the end if she makes her target or
she is threatened with paying us back for 20 years!

The online version will be available for two weeks after the 5th if you
don't think you can do it on the day.

Hugs

Helen

wendy

Miss Molly certainly is a talented young lady and has captured a younger sister beautifully...I can imagine the face-pulling, as this is what I did to my brothers!!!! Haven't seen any others but I think it's a winner!! She certainly is working hard towards fundraising for her trip....looks like you've brought her up well - my 14 yr old son did some fundraising for a Brisbane trip for Science and Engineering but I couldn't imagine it going further than that!!
Congrats on the Homespun article..certainly the message is going far. Still tossing up about the online version....many things on the go.
;o)

Queen of the Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries

Wow...how talented is she!!!

Shiree Johnston

Helen that is simply georgeous! Another beautiful creation.

Helen Stubbings

Thanks Annette, only 4 from each school get chosen so we will see, either
way she has done very well I think.

Regards

Helen

Helen Stubbings

Hi, I thought she did really well with really no painting lessons to speak
of - she was over it by the end but I think happy with her efforts. now they
start portraiture and painting in art..

H

Jo in TAS

Painting captures Tilly so well! I love it!! Quilt looks fab too, can't wait to see her other designs.
Great article on Homespun's blog!

Annette

Fingers crossed for Miss M that her, way cool, painting makes it to the top 4. Very lovely quilt. We'll be on the look up for the pattern!

All the best on the 5th. I'm so disappointed that a previous engagement precludes me from participating. Hopefully there will be a next time!!! ;)

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