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March 12, 2012

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Mary on Lake Pulaski

Love your Birdie Stitches Stephanie! I did use two strands of DMC for the detail work - beak, feet etc. Try that. I've never tried the Aurifil embroidery thread, but would love to some day. Have a great week.

Allie

I love that snow bird stitchery, I've saved it to make at some point! And the birdie stitcheries too. Although I'm NOT going to use six strands, my hands couldn't take it. One of these days I want to try the Aurifil threads. Cute pic of Sweet Pea!

Lynn

I am going to download those birdie patterns. They are darling!

carolld

Everyone seems to be doing hand work today. Love your patterns. Birds are my favorite! Thanks for the links. Little Pea is so cute! It's storming right now. I better get out of here. Gads. it's Hail!

Deb

I bookmarked the Birdie Stitches blocks way back when they started....and picked out my jelly roll, too. But never got around to doing them. I love the Birdie and the Snowman! I think I'll print them out and really do them one day. I'm sure you had a wonderful spring break filled with lots of fun things!

jenclair

Love that snowman! Wonderful stitching, Stephie!

Donna

I nearly missed this post and so glad I didn't! Love all your stitched projects ... so cute :)
Sweet Pea looks adorble!
Hugs,
Donna

terriaw

Adorable stitcheries! I love the charming scenes and wonderful typography. I wanted to keep up with this one but never had the time. And, I intended to comment on this post sooner, but forgot! lol

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