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Thursday, March 17, 2011

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Mrs. Magpie

Sue! Oh, how I've missed you!!!

Checking in to say, "Hi" and to wish you a Happy St. Patrick's Day!

I adore this post... I adore your creations... they are wonderful... the very thing that attracted me to your blog in the first place... colors, and of course your sparkling personality! :-)

Hope you are well. I'm also hoping to be back to blogging more regularly soon. Just need to get the workmen out of two houses. LOL!

Much love...

XO,

Sheila :-)

~*~Patty

oh my dear Sue
you certainly know how to get me drooling and oohhing and ahhing ... you also write so generously about classes and teachers and the best part of that is I know how genuine and sincere you are...which makes it an even BETTER endorsement!

lovely eye candy as always
Happy St Paddy's Day to you and yours
oxo

Terri@PringleHill

What a labor of love! Your quilt is gorgeous, Sue! Thanks so much for sharing these links. Wow . . . you brought a lot of old, corporate memories back with this post!!! I'm off to check out the new classes. Hugs, Terri xoxo

Beverly

What can I say? I love you.♥♥♥

Oh! There is one more thing I can say.

Go Devils!!! I love them, too.

Lisa H.

Thanks to Cherie's suggestion, I've signed up for SheArt, too! So excited!

Mrs. Magpie

Hi, Sue!

To answer your question, no I haven't seen Flynn with a sterling rake, but I have seen him with a sterling spoon. LOL! I wish I could get the leprechauns to plod the workers. Sigh. The only thing that seems to prod them is the end of the week payday. LOL! They're stealing me gold, they are!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Zuzu

OhMyGosh, Sue, I've never seen quilt weaving before! I'm in love. Head over heals. I'm thinkin' new project!
Happy weekend to you,
Zuzu

Linda Jo

I DO love this stitched piece! Very inspiring. I'm struggling with all my art right now... I have been in a high rise in "that city" working late at night, too....things were a little more safe back then..but still scary. It's amazing what we are doing these days. I can remember when the computers were huge and resided in a dustfree room with big doors! I still miss my Selectric.

Lynn

Beautiful, beautiful work Sue, I love hand embroidery, something I was taught at a very young age :) There are so many online workshops available now it is hard to choose for me, but I just signed up for some journalling classes too as that is something I really have not ventured into yet. Gotta try it all you know?

I never worked on a computer so don't know how you felt, I was a hairstylist, and I agree, you never know where you could be in the next year or two, never mind 10 years LOL. That is the beauty of life :)

Terri Pike

Hi Sue,

Do you need to use a hoop for embroidering that weaving? Does it have another backing?

Terri

Sue

Hi Terry,
No, you don't need to use a hoop. And yes, there is a backing on the weaving. Mine is just a piece of cotton fabric.
Sue

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