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November 16, 2009


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Kathy Wommack

Colleen, you are a hoot!!

(hmm, maybe that's why the 2010 is owls!!)

I luuuv your peppers' fibers and stitch!! Also, the coat!

you are inspiring...so organized! look at your goals! did Jane influence you, or are you type "A"?

take care,

Laurie Fondren

Love the cat hair touch! Really, you're inspiring! I thought I had mapped out a plan to get Amy's Nativity done by Valentine's, but I'm beginning to think I was a little ambitious. We'll see! Guess I just need some stitch getaways! What do you think?

Jeanne W

That's going to be so neat! Now I'm wondering how you'll stitch in that cat hair [but if I'm remembering right, it just stitches itself in, right?]

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