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May 27, 2010

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Kirsty

The girls look great. I love the use of the embroidered pieces.

kellie

So glad to hear you are feeling better. The girls look lovely ~ and I love your comment about the stitching. So true.

Sarah

Your dollies are adorable. I love their smiling faces. They are going to make someone very happy. Glad to hear you are feeling better after your migraine. Horrible things! Take it easyx

gretchen/juneatnoon

What a great way to reuse embroidered pieces. They're lovely!

I have plenty of those slumps myself. It's amazing how easily they stall all creative progress. Glad you're back at it!

jessi

co cute and i love the positioning of the flowers over her private bits! ;)

Leah

They are wonderful! Glad your on the mend.

Tracey

Hope you're feeling better now. i really like the red head doll with the rose on her front. she reminds me of princess leia from star wars, not sure why. x

sew funky

those dolls are GORGEOUS! :)

Gina

You do such great stuff with old embroideries - wish I could find as many cute ones as you do. I hope that migraine stays away now... nasty things.

Anna

Being a semi-outed closet cross-stitch lover, I particularly like the lovely lady on the right! Hopefully your migraine is now long-gone, and wont return, at least for a while!

Amanda

Beautiful girls! Love the stitches too.

Neen

Ooh very cute. The fabrics are divine indeed.

angelina

i'm linked up, thank you for sharing
love the dollies
xx

Brenda

Hope you are feeling much better! Your girls are looking so pretty with all that wonderful stitching......a perfect way to give something so beautiful new life.

Hien

Oh the girls are beautiful! love the embroidery on the faces, good work :)

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