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I got really excited about your dress, then read it was an apron, which is also great, because it's a GREAT apron!
Great shot of the balloons
You don't wear a mob cap too when spinning do you?
Love that gorgeous apron! I need you up heer to teach me how to spin. I inherited a spinning wheel but I only have the most basic idea of how to use it!
Oh that apron is beautiful. We need the fashion world to discover them as a groovy item for day wear I think!
Wow, that balloon shot would look great in a little one's room.The apron is sweet. I dunno if I could relegate it to the spinning pile...
glorious balloons!And that apron has to be mine...mine! I'd be taking that one out in public. Too good to remain behind closed doors.
Oh, of COURSE, you need an apron for spinning. I never really thought about it, but now that you mention it...I think the women who spin in fairytales DO wear aprons in the illustrations.I'm going off now to check my library for illustrations of spinning women wearing aprons.You are my source for all things fairytale.
I lurk here in your blog. :o) I am on Twitter too, but have never really figured out how it works...So, I got this link from a *fiber friend* and I thought of you! It's a segment from a Martha Stewart show about a felt exhibition. It's fantastic! Go here:http://www.marthastewart.com/show/the-martha-stewart-show/easter-crafts?lnc=4ef2dc5bfca40110VgnVCM1000003d370a0aRCRD&rsc=showarchive_tv_show-archiveClick on "Felt Exhibit" there to the right. See it?
I *knew* you'd like it!I found the link to the exhibition:http://exhibitions.cooperhewitt.org/Fashioning-Felt/Lots of inspiration there!
Hey, how is the spinning going?
That yellow balloons photo is fantastic!
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