I LOVE IT! You are so great!!!!!
Angie...That is so cool! I love it and might even be able to find time to make some soon. :) Yay!And how much do you sound like I remember your mother sounding! You amaze me with who you have become. You are beautiful and dynamic. I'm so glad I found your blog.
Love the hair G! I made those one year for Christmas when I was about 10 but totally forgot how. Now I remember. Maybe I can show Bryanne how.
Great "how to" video!!! Martha Stewart doesn't have anything on you! Except maybe the biscuits!
I have never seen these done before. I remember decades ago that this design was used for wall hangings. So creative.
Is a very good and lovely tutorial, Thank you very much Angie!
Thank you Kim and Molcats!
I am really impressed-this looks so complex, yet is actually quite simple..a great idea for using up scraps too!Thanks sincerely for sharing..♥
Amei! Excelente! Obrigada por compartilhar, bjo, leíse/allegroartes.
Angie, you are smart!
Thanks Leise! (I think) :) And thank you Janet!!!
merci pour ce partage, votre blog est très très intéressant, amitiés
Thank you Ed!
very impressive and very helpful
Hey Angie,Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou I just loved this tutorial and I have made several already for myself and as a xmas swap gift... Thank you so much for sharing.Tracey
Thanks Tracey! I went to your site and loooooooved the cross necklace you made. Very beautiful!!!
Angie... Your quilted ornaments are the theme for next years Chrismukkah in my household. I wish I had found your tutorial sooner, but thank you so much for sharing with the world!
Wow, Angie, thank you so much for the well done tutorial. I have seen these, but didn't know how to make them. In our family, we share handmade ornaments each year. These will be great for this coming year!
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