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May 21, 2013

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Sue

Those are the sweetest little baby shoes! I don't think there's anything you can't do! My goodness. I wish I had that much talent.

Deb

Those are adorable. Love the comment about the cost of long-arm - I think you could spend twice that for some of them.

PegVan

Love those little sandals. We'll have to try to make them when you come to visit. I have an idea of whom to send a pair to - a cousin of yours is a hint.

Ivy

Adorable! Such talent! Now you can crochet, too? What's next? An honest to Oz granny square afghan?

carolld

Those shoes are adorable. I bet they are fun to make too. LOL about the price of your toys!

Jackie W.

Exactly how do u accomplish so much? please write a post about it!

April

Wow, you're so clever for figuring out crochet on such a tiny project! They turned out so great.

I haven't been around blog world as much but I'm hanging in there, hoping to get back in it someday. :)

Thank you for being a faithful blogger. I do so enjoy your posts!

kathy olkowski

Darling little sandles!!! Go ahead and get that long-arm!!! You know you'll love it. I'll even come out & give you lessons on it :)

Lynn

Those are just adorable! You did a great job!

Donna

These are precious!!! I am in love with them. I did purchase Maggie Kate an adorable pair of tiny crochet pink shoes. When I saw them I couldn't put them down. Some things you just gotta have ;)
Hugs,
Donna

Maria Flores

Hello, they are so beautifull..could you please share how did you mahe the sole? Living it is very dificult to get the patern as we have exchange control from the goverment. I love to made then for my first granddoughter...my email is mifc54@hotmail.com.
Thanks so much..

Maria Flores

I forgot to mencioned that I live in Venezuela...sorry...

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