• Christmas packages tied up with string
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  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
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  • A misty walk to wendy's
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23 May 2007


So, all the piggies' names start with "P", eh?
They're all awfully cute.

Once again, your blog kills me with it's cuteness and elegance. I LOVE pigs, and I'm not sure I've ever seen one so sophisticated.

I love your piggies, the tails are adorable! How do you work in such a small scale? amazing!

Oh. My. God. The tail! The tail! I know it's wrong, but I'm in love.

with a wiggle in her walk and a giggle in her talk....
Makes my world go round!

pauline will be living with me from now on...

I love the piggy! love the fabric!

the piggy is fantastic! she walks, she runs... heck, i am amazed that she stands! and that tail... the curliness... so good.

i have no words but i feel happy inside.

Oh.My.Goodness! How adorable:)

looooooooooove the tail and looove her walking away from the picture!

Sheesh, those pigs are cute. Just the thing to have in my bag when I make a hopeful cupcake run.

Your sense of color - the fabric choices - and your sewing amaze, but what really impresses me, above all else, is your mastery of stuffing. Love the tight tuchus on that pig.

Ack! I trotted on over too late; I took a look earlier and was coming back. next time!

Now that is some little piggy!!

so adorable - how did you get the tail to stay like that?

I l-o-v-e these little pigs!!!

Too cute. Love the tail shot.

Love your softies! Great colors!

wow found your pigs again
love them
are they very small?
trade blog links with you ?
cat xxxx

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