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Janelle

I was admiring how lovely the hawthorn looks, and then I saw it's the Missouri flower. I was born in Missouri! What a pretty state flower!

Sara

My BFF was born there!!! Love the fabric you are using so pretty:)

Vee

So glad that the computer troubles have been banished. Phew! You're working fast on these state flower blocks.

smartzstuff

I love the BIG french knots:)

Bernie

I just discovered your blog and looked through your shop, I love your vintage patterns. How pretty your state flower embroidery is. This is the year I promised myself I would attempt to learn embroidery and you have inspired me to get started. Thank you. Bernie

Velma

How ironic... my computer was not working for the last two weeks. Today it works, and so does yours. YAY!! I'm glad yours is up and running.

I missed reading your post. I look forward to visiting your site and seeing what's new. Keep up the good work.

Teresa Kasner

Well.. HI there! I just stumbled upon your blog in Helen Phillipps links - I live in Oregon too! What part are you in? I'm in the Columbia River Gorge - Corbett. Pop by my blog if you'd like.. I'll be back to visit you!

Teresa

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