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debbie

Oh, that is adorable! Your explanation was perfect. That is something I must try. Love the little hearts.

Naturallly Nice

Beautiful, must do something like that!

Thanks for the how to

Esther

Rachael

I really want to try this now! But do I wait to finish the quilts and stuff I have on the go now? Noooooo...Thanks for the tute!

*jenny

This is wonderful, Lyn!!! Can I ask how big it is? I don't think I have the energy to dye my own wool, but I have a basket of wool and wool felt swatches that I scooped up a while ago in hopes of discovering a possible project for them. This might be it! They aren't as nice as nubbly as a blanket, but I do have lots of different colors.

samlamb

I have a huge pile of wool blankets gathering dust - thanks so much for the inspiration! I just love your bird piece!

claire

That looks so great! Beautiful colours - a great idea. I am truly inspired.

vicki

Love this! And you explained it all very well, I'm anxious to try it now. And as you say a great project for the kids. Would love to see some of their finished pieces too. Thanks for sharing this.

mandy

Hello! Thanks for your great comments on my blog! Its cool to make contact with other bloggers!!very exciting. I really love the pieces you have made with the blankets, the colours are just gorgeous! Madeleine's work is delicious too! Bet you have great fun making them with your children!

Hanna

Wow, the hearts and the bird is so cool! I love your use of lots of colours and stitches! I like your site too, will defently come back! Thanks!

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sandra lamb

I just love your kitty on the lawn chair. You are so talented and creative.

Heleyna

saw some pillows made by Madeline Millington at the art textiles 3 exhibition, in the devon guild of craftsmen bout 3 months ago, they are amazing!! i am a textile student and i have now used her as my artist to critically analyse!!! Also at the art textiles 3 exhibition me and other students in my group had our shoes (which we made from a Jenny Dutton workshop) Displayed!!!!!! HOW EXCITING!!!! xx

Heleyna

saw some pillows made by Madeline Millington at the art textiles 3 exhibition, in the devon guild of craftsmen bout 3 months ago, they are amazing!! i am a textile student and i have now used her as my artist to critically analyse!!! Also at the art textiles 3 exhibition me and other students in my group had our shoes (which we made from a Jenny Dutton workshop) Displayed!!!!!! HOW EXCITING!!!! xx

Calypso

I love these love-hearts. One day I am going to make something like this.... I have got so far as buying the blankets, so at my current rate of progress I will probably have finished it in, oooh, 2013?

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