• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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18 June 2008

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never doubted it for a second.....

I can't wait to see what it is. Your knots are breathtaking, btw.

You're a stealth embroiderer. All that talk last night about your magnificent French knots, and you didn't mention that you'd just made a few hundred more. I mean, you didn't go home last night, drunk on watermelon lemonade and get all inspired to do a thousand French knots before sleeping, did you?

my hands are cramping just looking at that photo....

It looks like a lot to me---those knots are great and I KNOW how time consuming they are!

jen...

no, i went to bed directly once arriving home... i was tired and all hopped up on watermelon lemonade AND caramel corn so i thought the best thing to do was hightail it to bed. did the knotting earlier in the day - and totally forgot about all of them when talking about the french knots earlier in the evening... odd huh? i think i was distracted by all the caramel corn - or more accurately, the dwindling supply that i hoovered through so piggishly...

love the knots, can't wait to see the whole thing.

French knots look like the eggs, larva, or babies of something. Which I love about them.

Beautiful :)

I love French knots!! I find them so soothing to do.
I really enjoy coming on your blog and all the beautiful up close photgraphy.

I love your french knots! And ...like all of us ....I have so much whirling in my head as well. Not accomplishing much, but lots of stuff is whirling! Happy Summer!

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