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Thread: punch needle ornaments and displahy for craft sale

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    punch needle ornaments and displahy for craft sale

    Just set this up for a display for a little craft sale..I have about twice as many but will add more as some of them sell
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    Your display is lovely.

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    Those are adorable Sue! I love the snowman looking at the star, and the Santa star, and the Santa in blue, and, and and...!
    From the artist formerly known as Missus Fear...Hi, my name is Tracy and I am a hobbyaholic.
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    Very nice - Especially love the snowmen.

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    It looks very neat and orderly. Easy to see.
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    Love the snowman tree!!! The branch effect is great! I left a note on your first post about needle punch.

    I was given a drawstring purse man years ago that was decorated with the russian version and have liked it ever since. Love collecting the threads and overdyeing, etc. Note the word "collecting" - at least it's smaller than quilting rulers and stacks of fabrics which I also seem to collect.

    My pinterest board for this is: http://pinterest.com/rosamundacarter...ch-embroidery/

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