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September 12, 2007

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Laurie

Oh what fun! I love that little cherry apron, Tanya! I'm so glad you are feeling better now! We've been sick too, around this house...kids in school for the first time this year. It is taking me so long to get in the groove. I need a break! LUCKY you with that gorgeous bag from Jennifer! LOVELY! :) Take care, Laurie~

pam

Hope your back up to speed soon. The apron is darling. That dot is my particular favorite. And the bag is darling! You're a lucky duck!

suzy

That is a beautiful apron in all its simplicity! Sometimes all it takes is the perfect combination of just a fabric or two. Sometimes too much is just too much! I have a cute little dress on my blog with one of your polka dots! xo, suzy

Sue

The apron is so cute, and what a great way to make you feel better. Nausea is never a nice thing to have. I love the gorgeous bag too.

Kathy ~ Shabby Roses Boutique

Hope you are feeling better! I just love the apron that you made, it's gorgeous!
Next time I am feeling unwell I think I will give your idea a try...it can't hurt, can it??
All the best,
Kathy :)

dawn

GORGEOUS! that apron is fabulous! And the purse?! My favorite Sis Boom fabric - what a nice friend...

Carrie S.

Ah, the healing properties of aprons! They should patent that! Nice job!

Karla

That apron is gorgeous and all of Jennifer's things are always fabulous!
Karla

nikki brey

I absolutly LOVE the apron you made. I don't have an apron, but if I got one I would want it to be just like that one!

Di

Love the apron - it's gorgeous! Hope you are feeling much better?

Junie Moon

What a pretty apron--love those colors and the print. I certainly hope you feel much better soon but you sure can create gorgeous things when you're feeling up to par. I should remember this next time I'm ill.

Carolyn

Just found your blog...what a wonderful site! I'm sorry I missed out on the giveaway, your fabrics are beautiful. I'll be back to visit often!

Jennifer Paganelli

To my closest friend in the industry I thank you from the bottom of my heart for mentioning us and our cause and just your overall love of intrinsic beauty thanks for making this walk so special for me...love, Jennifer

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