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Too bad with the previous changes.. Can you change it back to the way it was before? Or is it to many big changes that will cost a lot of money? 

I will take lots of pictures on our upcomming walks into nature Cheesy The only thing I miss is that I cannot walk downtown... Unless I want to walk 3,7 miles.. I am not sure if I am up to that just yet.. :p Maybe in the winter period - then I can bring the dog.. :p  

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You're a genius!  Kiss

I love all of your work.  The Victorian home pic is one of my's perfect with whatever changes you made to it, and undoubtedly looks much better than the original pattern!  Kiss

Also love what you've done with that stocking.  I like the window at the top.  It makes perfect "sense" for the picture!

LOL, have to agree on the red tea set...all of that red would drive me batty!  I like how you've changed it so far, yet kept the essence of the original plates, without the crazy-making red!  Even the bowl is much easier on the eyes in your version, in a very good way.  Kiss

Love what you've done with the quilt piece!  I never would have thought of doing that, and it looks more airy and less cluttered.  That's what has stopped me from stitching certain things...that "gotta have more stuff in it" cluttered look.  You've managed to fit a lot in there, yet it doesn't look at all cluttered.

You must be talking about Pam's gorgeous beadwork...she's amazing!  Kiss  Beadweaving is a lot of fun.  I do off-loom only.  I own a loom, but have never made anything with it.  It's so much easier to work with just thread and beads, and if I really want to make something that uses a loom pattern, there's an off-loom stitch that looks just like it.  LOL, beading is very addictive.  That's why I stopped cross stitching, because I found beads.  And something had to go.

I really like the way you have the one accent wall in the various rooms.  That looks sooo nice!  One accent wall is fine...LOL, whoever lived in the one house we're looking at has very bad taste, because all of the walls are very bright colored.  Sigh.  Oh, well, it's a good problem to have!

Thanks for sharing your amazing work!  Kiss

I posted one FREE sewing and one FREE quilting book for Kindle for today...grab one or both before they're gone!  (Note: you do not need to have an actual Kindle.  If you have a smartphone, you can download a Kindle reader app for FREE...if all you have is a PC, you can download to your PC...and I believe there may also be a way now of completely bypassing any kind of reader app to read directly online - though please don't quote me on that, as I'm not sure.  I find the PC reader to be quite decent for pattern content...since I don't own a Kindle, I can't say how well it works...but I would think a smaller screen would make patterns kind of difficult to read.)

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HAAAAAHAHAHAHAH... ROFL... Oh my god those cat videos are hilarious.. Cheesy hahaha..  
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