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07 December 2012

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rusty duck

It looks like the thread is just twisted round the pins, is that right? Or does it have to be knotted?

It's very effective - and the font works really well. Fiddly though, well done!

Hope you all have a better weekend, Jx

Toffeeapple

That looks very therapeutic.

I hope all the sickness is finished by now.

Sue

How striking Ali. I think I might pin that - geddit.

Julie

It looks fab Ali and sounds like a great activity for taking the sting out of being stuck in the house looking after ill children! Hope they are all better soon x

Lynn

Very cool! But if you were a complete slacker like me, you would have gone with "Noël."

Hope everyone is on the mend soon...

Gina

Sorry to hear the boys are still poorly but I do love your thread picture. I loved watching Debbie Smythe work too. She makes it look so easy!

Simone

Get well soon to your and your family! The pin wrapping looks intriguing. I think metallic threads would look good too maybe?

Sew Create It - Jane

Hope you are all soon better and back on your feet for the holidays.

Love your thread art! How clever of you to find the shortest greeting for Merry Christmas! That's genius!

kristina

Hope everyone is feeling much better. And always good to embrace your inner Norwegian :) You'll have to bake some St Lucia buns this week! K x

Di

It looks fabulous! I agree - so many options....

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