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At 5:05pm on November 20, 2010, Elizabeth Smith said…
Thank you, I have so much fun with her. I put her in the bathroom when we have company and she causes many giggles.
At 2:35pm on November 20, 2010, Gloria Allender said…
Elizabeth, thanks for commenting on my blog. You are so correct. My husband, The Love of My Life, is a great guy, but I so look forward to his camping weekends.
Your soft sculpture dolls are too cute. I love the lady in the bathtub with the wine. I feel just like that sometimes.
At 5:46pm on September 28, 2010, Lynne Demeter said…
Isn't it funny how our pets always follow us into the sewing room!! Thanks so much for the comment.
At 6:19pm on August 3, 2010, Margi Mae said…
Not a dust cover, just a cute little vintage apron.
At 3:54pm on January 10, 2010, Lynne Demeter said…
Thanks so much for the compliment. It was so much fun to make this quilt and I'm so glad everyone seems to like it. Unfortunaltel, this will be one quilts Jelly Bean won't be able to snuggle on since it really can't go in the washer. But, he has plenty of others, plus his own!
At 8:09am on January 10, 2010, Larri said…
Elizabeth...I saw your post on Susan's comment wall. I do hope you're feeling better and making a good recovery. Sending you warm hugs and well wishes. :o)
At 7:01pm on January 08, 2010, Susan gave Elizabeth Smith a gift
At 8:03am on November 30, 2009, Larisa said…
hello dear Elizabeth,
thank you for your request,
i have not been here for a long time. pc was dont, now i got my new laptop can be back on line.
have a good week dear friend,
regards larisa

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At 7:51pm on November 23, 2009, Birdie said…
That was really kind, thanks. My kids even laughed at him!
At 5:32am on November 22, 2009, Larri said…
Elizabeth - I had to update my Windows Explorer for my page to work properly. Have you tried that?
At 6:50pm on November 21, 2009, Larri said…
Thanks, Elizabeth! Here's the link for the pattern. It's not mine, as I found it at www.spoolsewing.com. Enjoy!
At 8:54am on November 21, 2009, Anita Edmonds said…
I love your fairies! Such great personalities . . . How did you make their wings?
At 9:12pm on October 26, 2009, Birdie said…
I guess so!!! Too funny!!!
At 8:45pm on October 26, 2009, Birdie said…
*L* Yeah, somethin' er-others are really the best ones aren't they? : ) Seriously though, it's all metal at least! I was checking some machines out at Wal-mart & they were all plastic! Hundreds of dollars & they're made of plastic? I feel like one of those old timers that say "Why, back when I was young, everything was made of steel...even our shoes!" or something like that. *wink* I guess it's the fancy insides of the machine that really count, right?
Thanks for posting pics for me and sharing your instructions. Now I have both so I wont go wrong. My mother in law would really like one for Christmas I think. Thanks for sharing!!
At 8:34pm on October 26, 2009, Birdie said…
Thanks for the friendship Elizabeth!
At 3:33pm on October 26, 2009, Birdie said…
Needle safes & book marks from ties?? DO you have a tutorial?? Our local charity shop has oodles of great ties!
At 12:06pm on October 22, 2009, Jeanne said…
Forgot to mention that your fairies are beautiful and should sell very well at the craft show you areaobut to do with your daughter. Great personalities! And beautifully done!
At 1:29pm on September 23, 2009, Jeanne said…
Began way back..making dolls from Miss Martha and Judi Ward patterns. Went from quilts to dolls. Quicker gratification with dollmaking..LOL Always worked in medical/dental field and sewing and crafting was a good "outlet". Have taken classes from Judi Ward, EPB, Pattie Culea, Meo Feroy, and went to Doll U two years. Jean Bernhard, Karen Shifton, Judy Skeel, Christine Shively...can't think of more..Worth every bit of information derived from them. With all of those gifted folks as teachers I should be better, huh?! There are other things I like to do..pine needle baskets, knitting, art gourds. YEE GADS! Not enough time left in my life. Had better hurry up!! You sound like an interesting person. We should live nearer each other so we could PLAY more. My advice to you is to try really hard to find dollmaking classes "somewhere". We also live in a very small community. Inspiration is not here. Besides, it's fun to get outta town ocassionally.
At 6:40pm on September 22, 2009, Brenda Gulley said…
Hi Elizabeth, Thanks so much for the welcome. Your dolls are wonderful. My Mother-in-law made my kids dolls when they were small. They loved them better than any store bought doll. One of my children is 40 & the other 37 yrs. old & they still have their dolls. Children bring life to a doll & they never outgrow them, because there is so many wonderful memories. Thanks, Brenda
At 3:39pm on September 22, 2009, Jeanne said…
Would love to have you as a friend too! Please??

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