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At 3:10 on October 26, 2014, Elaine Cochrane said…

Hi Lydia - very glad Brian is through the worst now. I dare say it will be a long recovery - he'll need that hug.

At 12:36 on August 21, 2014, Hazel Roots said…

Hi Lydia.  Thanks for the friend invite.  Love your cute quirky dolls by the way!  You were asking about the teabags project.  I'm writing a tutorial at the moment as I have been experimenting with recycled teabags (started over a year ago and then put it to one side) and have come up with a few techniques that work for me with them and also a few different projects.

At 3:32 on May 30, 2014, Elza Bester said…

Thanks for the friend invite Lydia xxx

At 7:49 on May 15, 2014, Liz Adams said…

The section you ask about is in fact rewoven!  I didn't like the way the pulled threads worked, so I cut out the entire area and used a very fine embroidery thread to stitch around and across the open area, and liked it better.  This little section had a lot of experimenting!

At 13:12 on May 6, 2014, Carollyn Brown said…

Thank you my e-mail gets pilled up and I almost didn't see this!

At 10:13 on April 22, 2014, Claire Turner said…

Thank you Lydia for being my friend.

At 17:32 on February 22, 2014, Okyo S said…

Thank you Lydia.  your dolls are lovely  Especially,Stoja is so cute.

At 2:40 on February 9, 2014, Salmah Salim said…

Lydia, thank you for making time to comment on my work. I like the way you experiment with your stitches and fibres. I am now trying to explore sumptuous embroidery on my own and after completing the piece will make it into a cell-phone pouch. That T-shirt that you embroidered is a very neat idea. 

At 17:13 on December 29, 2013, Elaine Cochrane said…

Hi Lydia - I'm flattered by your friend request. Many thanks!

At 18:38 on November 23, 2013, Margo Brooks said…
Thank you Lydia! Those prayer flags were fun to make!

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