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April 22, 2008


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Thanks for sharing


I'm busy making your solid granny square blanket. I'm doing this while I take a break from my first love Hooking! I usually use wool fabric strips but have done several with yarn. I'll be checking your progress further along in your blog!


hello greetings from México, definitely i love your blog and the things you do, so colorful and gorgeous, congratulations you are an artist.


what is the tool on the picture called. it puts neat hole through things(the last picture)


What a lovely weekend.
I have always wanted to try hooking...thanks for the link.
I have visited before but thought it was time to say 'Hi'
Take care,


That walk sounded wonderful, and so uplifting.

I'd love to have come along with you to the workshop, how fantastic. I did a hook rug many many moons ago and sadly never finished it :( Wish I had now. Your heart is just lovely, I can't wait to see it all framed.


Oh I love that heart. I am so envious of your crafting ability Luce - I'm so artistically challenged!


I totally get the hook thing. I've got the hooks, I've got the book, I've even got the dvd. All I need now is the time! Fi x

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