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September 28, 2008



I love this table. I would love to make one for my three year old daughter. Your nieces are very lucky! Did you create your own pattern pieces? If so, would you be willing to share the pattern?


What a huge project! So ambitious and adorable.


Wow-I just found you through Kimba at A Soft Place to Land. What an amazing project! How did you come up with the dahlia pattern? I'd love to try something like that, but I suspect I could make quite a mess trying to make it look right.


I had asked you about a pattern for this project, but you are super busy (understandably so). Anyway, just wanted to follow up and say that I winged it and made a design very similar to yours. So thanks for the inspiration. I did it in paper rather than fabric like you because my fabric skills are somewhat lacking.


This table looks great! Did you use a pattern to cut the pieces? How do they fit together so well?




I love this table! Its super cute, I blogged about it today on my inspiration day. I linked back to you and I hope you will come and check it out.



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