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March 06, 2009

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Ellen B

I love the green tunic, especially the decorative stitching!

andrea

nice job sheree! love the dress :)

Paula

Both the tunic and the dress are beautiful, congratulations!

Breakfast for Dinner

Yay for Green! Good for you! Love the tunic and the stitching. Hope I win! I love me some Amy Butler!

floribunda

cute clothes -- you've almost got me interested in making some for myself again! I'd love to win this week's package...

Alisa

I just came here via a link on flickr for your girl's dress. Very sweet. Your tops look really good too. I'd love to win your giveaway too!

Stacey

love this weeks bundle! thanks! you can reach me at luv2knit@roadrunner.com
Stacey

Katherine

Oh, I love the tops you made for yourself and the sweet little girl's dress. That lovely green linen isn't lingering unused in your capable hands! Very inspiring.

Mmm... I would love a chance at the gorgeous giveaway bundle for this week. I'm agog at the vintage trim you're willing to part with.

Jen

I love the clothes you made! And the wrap is great....I'll be waiting eagerly for the pattern :-) I use the clover needles almost exclusively too. I used to love the metal needles but then was introduced to these and I'm in love. I'm slowly but surely getting them in all the sizes. It's taking time but it's worth it!

Mama Urchin

Have a great weekend Sheree!

amy

Gosh I've been wanting to make the birdie sling forever! You have made such gorgeous things.... LOOOVE the green linen (all the green actually!)

Ginger

Thanks for entering me in the giveaway! You have a beautiful blog

sewtakeahike

You really are a fabulous seamstress Sheree! Thank-you so much for including the pattern #'s, I just love the cut of the second shirt! I can't wait to see the tut on the wrap (hint, hint :) although I'm rather slow at knitting, I might have to give it a go!

Andrea

I've enjoyed the posts about green week. I love the tunic I'm going to have to make one for myself.


-Andre'a

Di

Whoa... I really love your tops! You *may* get me into garment sewing yet! Love the green linen - so elegant! Now I'm off to take a look at these patterns.

Heidi

Happy Birthday to your daughter! I adore the dress you made for her!

I have been DYING to make that birdie sling bag by Amy Butler so I am in love with this bundle of goodies.

hugs,
Heidi

gwensews

I LOVE tools. Count me in! Love Amy too! I haven't tried Coat's variagated thread--must go to the store and get some of that.

CassH

The tops you made are gorgeous!!! I know that my mum would love to own the first one!

The vintage trim is great too! I can never find such pretty trim!

Sharon

Wow! what a productive week you had.
The outcomes are all wondeful, Especially the dress.... It's so beautiful.

cwasia

Great clothes! I love the stitching on tunic. And this dress! it is so sweet!

*Staci *

I love the tunic. I have been wanting to make one for months now but have yet to attempt a clothing pattern. :)

stephanie

Wow, super productive with the clothing! That tunic is beautiful!

Lori

Your clothing are beautiful, but those french trims are to die for!! Love it all!

Anita

Green is my favorite color, I just love your new tunic top. I'm going to have check out that pattern.

Nicole

The dress is gorgeous!! Love it. And thanks for the generous giveaway!!

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