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Tuesday, November 27, 2012


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I love Aurifil thread!


I've enjoyed this blog hop and commenting on everyone's blogs. It's been fun!

Stephanie in MI

Pat, I have been meaning to tell you that I bought your thread kit back when you did Meadow Breeze. I just love it. Every time I need a color of thread for applique or to sew on a binding or something, I always find the color I need in that thread kit. Often, it's unexpected that the thread would blend so well with the colors I'm working with. I'm just amazed at how versatile the thread colors you chose are. It's really amazing. Thank you so much!

Carrie P.

I think, I hope I entered all the blogs. I love the ornaments.

Cindy Dickinson

I so love these ornaments. I have last week's embroidered, I just have to finish them, and I just printed this week's. I was hoping for a gingerbread man (person). I think I will have to make an additional ornament with a gingerbread man. I have the perfect fabric to back it.

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