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January 20, 2011


Cherie C

I just made the same Mermaiden doll for my daughter the other night. Yours turned out very cute and perfect. I had to resort to using wool felt for mine, since I could just not make her body look like yours!
Hope you are well soon!


Glad to hear you are feeling better! That shrug looks beautiful. Can't wait to see your version. :-)


Your family is so beautiful! I am loving the little mermaid dollies!

Betsy from Belly Feathers

I love those little mermaids! They are so precious!! How can I get your gift list? (;

outsourcing Philippines

these are indeed cuties. the two mermaids are made so perfectly.


Those mermaids are adorable! TFS.


love those mermaid dolls

very cute kids.. your family is beautiful! love how you are all dressed up so nice

Natalie J

I love those towels! The fabric is great.


w.o.w. I found your blog while searching for monster party ideas (our little one's turning a year in June, and like you I'm starting the planning insanely early) and then proceeded to fast-forward through your life for *five* hours. While trying to explain to my husband why I had burned the bread and overcooked the pasta (and been so distracted that I made double carbs for dinner), I could only think to say: "You know how when I start projects, I have a picture in my heads about how things will turn out? Her projects actually come out like that!" Kudos on your talent, kids, and fabric line... now please write a few more posts! I'll be here working to control my jealousy.

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