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Cindy's Great Embroidery Technique

Greetings All!
  It's been awhile since the "Wackies" have posted.  We hope that all is well and that your spring or fall, depending on which part of the world you're in, is treating you with kindness.
  This post is to alert you to one of our Virtual Wacky-Wannabees, Cindy, who has a great embroidery technique that you really need to check out.  It's so simple and amazing, you'll wonder why you didn't think of it. So hop on over to Cindy's blog and take a look!

Comments

Anonymous said…
What a great blog and I'm your 27th follower. Hi Rhonda, thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. I see you and your friends have made some beautiful quits, i.e., the one on your Black and White blog. It must be a lot of fun. I'm into embroidery at the moment - so let me go check out Cindy's technique to see if it'll work for me. You enjoy your weekend and I'll be back real soon.

Haupi, http://hauplight.blogspot.com/

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