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I read it last night! Very interesting, yet another technique I have to try. See you in an hour x
I read it last night and found it very interesting too, and it sounds straightforward enough for me to try out! I don't know how Maggie and her team manage to keep up their high standards for WOW, but they come up trumps every time. Thankyou for sharing some of your secrets with us Gina.
Lovely work Gina as ever. I've subscribed to WOW in the past but I don't do enough stitching of any sort to merit keeping it up. I think I know how you might have done this and know you'll have done a great piece for WOW. Lesley
Hi Gina, good to see you earlier - I love texts as backgrounds. One dat I will have time to do some more sewing!
Just a thimbleful....I used to subscribe to WOW but let it lapse. Perhaps I should buy into it again !
So so much to learn... You are a woman of so very many talents, Gina.
That looks really interesting and some of the taster bits were fabulous. I've been pretty disenchanted with Stitch magazine for a while so I might let my subscription for Stitch lapse and sign up to this instead.
Just this moment dug out the email and logged in - I've been waiting for this one!
Me again - thank you - just what I needed to get me unstuck again!
Thanks for the link Gina. I love the way that top piece of work has been displayed.
I've had a quick read and can't wait to have a go at this. I'm going shopping tonight so I will buy a news papaer. WOW is great value and I look forward to each issue.
More lovely jubbly work! I suspect that it involves lots of mess and glue and tissue paper and stuff...all the things I love. M x
I go and check it out.
Very interesting! I've been waiting for this one!Homeowner Insurance
It's a fab article and I've already started on my own version. Thank you for explaining it all so clearly.
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