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September 29, 2008


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I love all things made of "flet" and this one is gorgeous! I don't know what it says about me but I don't consider it twee at all......!? (My husband has an uncle called Bob but I can't shed any more light on the saying......)


noooo, I do it too. And every time I type YOU it comes out yuo.
I like twee. Not that that is twee. It's more very, very cute (and perfect for the sewing box I'm putting together as a christmas present!). I got the book too, but I really want to keep it for me. Selfish old Witch that I am.

Sorry, no Uncles called Bob here.


It is so darling and will make a perfect gift! I love how it has a little of everything you need and that it is portable!


I have no clue what Twee is. But this is super cute! I love felt needle books!


I love it!

elissa Finger

i love this. i am a sucker for flowers made somehow from buttons. well, i think i am just a sucker for anything cool done with buttons. lovely.


This is so, SO sweet! I'll be linking to this and adding your blog so I don't miss a thing!


Loved it, I forward it to my crafts groups in Portugal/Brasil.

Thank you for teaching us!
* bless


This is so beautiful -- I can't wait to whip one up and place it in a stocking this Christmas :)K


This is so cute!
We do have some strange slang, some people say "Bob's your Uncle and Fanny's your Aunt!" Always makes me smile! ;)


He He! Just found your site and love your tutorials! v handy, can't wait to have a good poke around. I had a little giggle at your 'bob's your uncle' comment - next time you'll have to say 'and Robert's your mothers brother' - that'll confuse them!

Design for Mankind

You are way too creative! :)


A friend of mine linked your site to her blog - her daughter is making the Needle Book. I was so surprised to read your reference to a Macmillan Coffee Morning! I thought "This blogger must be in the UK" so I went to your About page and sure enough, you are! My mum used to attend Macmillan Coffee Mornings when she lived in sheltered housing in Manchester. And we all lived in Northern California (Chico) before she and my Dad went back to the UK. What a small world!



I love it!! I need one of these to take my stitching with me to the park. Thanks for another rockin' tutorial!


;-) is it Twee..or TweeT..or Swee..or Sweet.. What ever it is.. I love it. I think the basket you put together sounds wonderful! What can I do to get on your basket list? Ha.

Gillian Caine

i really love that see and saw book ! gorgeous!
Gillian x


I'm going to make this for my 8yo daughter for a stocking stuffer! Thanks!


Hey, you're from Northern CA! I live in Chico.


This is too sweet.

I love it.

'Bob's your Uncle' - hmmm my Dad says this and he's Canadian.

Swell Stitches

I ADORE this! Thanks for the quickie how-to! Your blog is awesome!


May I have your permission to post a link to your needle case tutorial on my website? (www.forevergreenquilts.com). I'm making a page of great gift ideas for quilters and would like to direct people to your needle case tutorial. It is so cute! Thank you.


urban craft

so wonderful, all children should grow up with craft!


I hope u dont mind me linking to this tutorial from my blog :)

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What a cute and lovely stitching project, i flet (ups!) Felt (jajajaja =) Me too) like my grandma could use one of those!!
wonder if you put the steps in images!!!

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