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Natalie: I have a question, if you have time to answer...? Those fabrics pictured-the cream greens and reds-What are those? Can you tell me? I'd really like to get those greens and reds for a Christmas pillow I've started. Thank You.

I'm a brand new blogger don't have my own YET but finding all the fun things people do amaze me. I don't stitch by hand have 2 embroidery machine but seeing all the cute things makes me want to learn. Thank You for sharing your darling work. Jude USA

Lovely Christmas projects - those robins are gorgeous. Can't wait to get the pattern.

I am new to your sight today and just say the bag with the giant rick rack. I am a rick rack junkie. Where did you find that huge rickrack??!!?? Love it!!

I love your christmas projects, and I love the color red. The snowflake bowl is perfect, and how sweet are the little stitched birds. I am looking forward to christmas preparations, and this is only in July...

Juliane

I love your christmas projects, and I love the color red. The snowflake bowl is perfect, and how sweet are the little stitched birds. I am looking forward to christmas preparations, and this is only in July...

Juliane

I have just discovered you! Just wanted to say that I think your designs are wonderful.

Natalie, Adorable Christmas projects, you are so creative. I was wondering if you had a patterrn for the little Christmas bag. What a great gift. Love your blog. Tracey

I love your outstanding redwork and your gift bag, you are one talented artist.

Wow! Looks like a great weekend. Love your new Twelve Red Robins. Just gorgeous.

Hi Nat, As always you new designs are gorgeous. Love christmas projects .... I think yours will be on my list. Well done. Cheers Sue

Forgot to say LOVE that tin of thread.

What a cute little bag. Love that giant red rick rack and the polka dotted mug. Great stitchery too.

Hey Natalie! Ooooooh! You have my mug!!! I've been in a "Dotty/Ladybird" phase just lately and bought myself two of the same dotty mug - one for work and one for home! It just looks so cheerful on my desk and I also have one of my shabby chic bears, made in red dotty fabric, sitting on my desk. Definitely brightens the office up! Bear Hugs! KRIS (Tag Along Teddies)

Oh Natalie,
The robins are just gorgeous. I do adore red. Sounds like you had a great time at the Christmas in July stitching retreat. Hope you are keeping well. Can't wait to see what you have designed for the Stitchers Angel swap. (I have joined in on the fun)

the bag is adorable. I wish I could have come with you and laughed and stitched. Sounds like so much fun. I can't wait to see more pictures.

The photos are so full of inspiration to get busy!

Love the 12 Red Robins can't wait to buy the pattern.

Janie in MO

Adore the 12 Red Robins complete & hanging... Is this pattern available as yet?

Love that robins stitchery - will it be available to purchase anytime soon, it will be perfect for a Christmas project.

Natalie what a Gorgeous Blog tonight,em loving all that red & that large ric rac is divine. Beautiful stitchery & that too cute bag.!!
happy stitching
maree
looking forward to seeing what you do for the Angel Swap.

Red Robin is very cute.

Wow the frame really sets off the gorgeous redwork. Oh and I just LOVE the darling little bag with the giant rick rack!!!

Love the stitchery and what a cute way of presenting gifts with your gorgeous gift bags. What is the fabric range pictured?

WOW Natalie - I love the panel its fantastic - did you have a good weekend in the 'hills'? I bet everyone loved the robins panel there too - oh how I wished you'd had a 'cyber stitching' day like Mrs Martins quilt shop had last month, what a joy it would have been to receive this to do - I'll pop off to the others blogs now and see what they produced for the ladies to do - PS how are you keeping? Not long to go now?

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