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Mama Urchin

Eek! that lion!

Tracy

Who needs words with cute pics like these?:) The baby lion is so sweet.

corrie

uh oh I just bought the month before and now I want this one for that lion! how adorable!!!!!!!

Melanie

Hope you had a good day at the beach. Just wish we had this weather at the beginning of the hols instead of the end. We've just got back from Pendle and "Witches Galore" shop. I know I'm early for Halloween but for once I'm trying to get ahead of myself.

I love the way "Cotton and Paint" use such subtle colours with a pattern as a "highlighter". Those comfy slippers look just the thing for winter with wool socks or a Christmas present.

Dee Light

That little lion is just too cute!! Thanks for sharing!!! Hope you had a great day!!!

ellen


Must agree with some of the others...the lion is tops! (Ooooh...you could make him and do a give-away...now there's a thought!)

Ellen

Miss Sassy

Can't find this issue anywhere. :-(

I love, love, love the lion and the serged baskets.

carolyn

I'm in love with that lion - have fun at the seaside.

ei! kumpel

the lion is too cute! thank for the lovely images! :)

melissa

oh, i love the look of those little journals (?) with fabric covers. thanks again for so much great inspiration.

fabricmatcher.com

I just love those Japanese pattern books - they have the freshest designs.

kritty

I want that LION!

Lisa

Love all these patterns,especially the lion.

Amber

Enjoy your time at the beach!

The popcorn bags in that craft mag are SO adorable!! It gives me many gifty ideas...

Gabriela Delworth

I love these fabric flowers!

Gabriela Delworth

monda-loves

I've just been google-ing Japanese craft books I a stumbled upon your blog. That lion is just too cute. Can you recommend a good place to buy things like this online?

Monda
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Willow

Looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing.

I'd like to urge you and other crafters out there to join librarything.com ; it's a great social networking site that allows you to create a catalog of your OWN library books -- for free! You can use Amazon.co.JP to bring in Japanese books. It's a great way to share information and learn about others' books, although you can make your catalog public or private. There are a few crafters using it for J-craft books and a few (mostly inactive) discussion groups. I'd love it if more people shared information on the site. I'm not in any way connected with it, just a happy user.

Jessica

Oh boy, you just inspired me to get this issue too. That lion is too cute!

cameron

bonjour
merci de m avoir montré ce livre , il est magnifique , je vais essayer de le commander car j'ai vraiment été séduite , merci beaucoup

tifanie

I can't tell you how many times I've been inspired by you! I've given you the Nice Matters Award. Details on my blog: www.noddyboom.typepad.com
Merci pour tout! :)

Giuli

Goodmornig, I'm taking a look to your wonderful blog. Here there are so many wonderful things and I've saved this blog in my favourites!! =)
Please, I'm looking for some Japanese crafts book and Cotton & Paint magazine (especially n. of November 07), used as well. Could you tell me who can sell them and ship in Italy? Thanks so much! Giuli in Italy

lola

hola, felicidades por tu pagina me gustaria tener algun patron de estas manualidades son fantasticas te felicito

Martine

Hello,

You've probably replied to this question a thousand time but I couldn't find my answer anywhere, so here it is : where do you get cotton paint?

I'm obsessed with Japanese sewing and craft books and I can't get enough!!

Also, I really like your blog and what you make and it is now in my list of favorites!

Have a brilll day,

Martine

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