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December 18, 2010

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Sandy61Cookie

Hi Melanie, Love the bag made out of Where the Wind Blows. It inspires me! I'm glad you're feeling better, Melanie. Have a wonderful Christmas! Bless ya!

Erika Langham

The bag is gorgeous, so is the antique quilt. I just received my fat quarter bundle of Where the Wind blows from Under the Mulberry tree and have spent a couple of days just touching it and thinking of lots of different things to do with it. It really is a lovely and cheerful range.
Enjoy the holidays with your kids. We are two weeks in already and I am amazed at how sitting and colouring in with them, baking, or making kid craft gives me creative energy for other things. As I have two more of your patterns waiting under the tree for me that is a good thing. Softies are great for a Qld summer when the idea of a heavy quilt is a bit much to bare.

Jan Blake

Just gave my 6 month old granddaughter Shaishana her own little Kokeshi Stuffie Doll. She loved it (especially to teeth on), but her older sisters want one too. So Thank You so much for the pattern. Looks like I will be making a couple more.

Tracey Park

Thats a gorgeous bag, dont think I would have been able to part with it myself lol!! Have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy every little thing...the smiles the joy the laughter - I look forward to seeing your 2011 creations - and hope I can find the time to make them!!!

Laurence

I love your work and good humor that they reflect. Here in Paris it's cold and snow, so again thank you for sharing this warm.

nicolette

Our world is covered in 10" of snow so I love to see your cheerful coloured bag! The quilt is amazing. Great purchase!

Enjoy the Summerholidays with the kiddo’s!! Merry Christmas Melly and an inspirational 2011!

Janellybelly

Dearest Melly
It is so lovely to see your bag design in your fabric range, although I'm sure it looks good in your Big Sisters fabric ranges too ;)
Love Ya
Janelle xx

Cherylene Brown

Hi Melly,
So glad that you're starting to have warm fuzzy feelings again. Take each day as it comes. Hope you and your family have a joyful and wonderful x-mas filled with all those delicious treats we all love to have. Looking forward to seeing new range of fabric in my favourite store. Loved the last one. Hugs Cherylene:)

Fer

Merry Christmas Melly! I can't blame you for buying that quilt, it's truly a beautiful investment. :)

Deb

Melly, you certainly couldn't leave that quilt behind, its just lovely. So pleased to hear that things have had a bit of a happey dance for you, it seems to be a hard year for many for many different reasons, and I wish you all the best for moving forward into the festive season and 2011.
hugs Deb

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