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Posted on:1/17/10 3:42 AM
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pammieh said...
Yes I did thanks...I found it extremely astute...I only wish I read it before I made it.... Because the designs are adorable....
3/8/10 10:40 AM
Yakityak said...
I just stumbled across your review and saw that you read my book review on it. I so feel your pain and I'm sorry you had to struggle with this. FWIW, I found that baking a batch of chocolate chip cookies was the perfect antidote, and now I'm back to sewing aprons. Just not out of that book. :)
3/7/10 5:09 AM
pammieh said...
Great idea - thanks Batik!!
1/17/10 1:16 PM
Batik said...
Loving the fabric, black/white apron would be great for Amy Karol's Tie One On challenge this month.
1/17/10 11:39 AM
 
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