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Friday, 21 October 2011


Sharon Wynne

Hi Janet
I would love the Facebook pattern - requested back in November but nothing has arrived yet? luv2sewthings@hotmail.com

Thanks for this lovely giveaway :)

Tomi Russell

Adorable design ... of course I'd like the pattern. Thanks for sharing!!
-Tomi (plaidbasket@yahoo.com)


I would love your facebook pattern - How do I sign up to be notified of any future posts. I am NOT a facebooker, but plan to still make my cup cozy but using "blog break" instead. Thanks from Judy C


Hallo Janet ,
your work is Beautiful I Like it !,
Best wishes:)))

Miss Butterfly

If it still possible I would love a copy of the "facebook" pattern .Thank you .


Great brief content, I've included this web page and have a sensation I'll be returning to it regularly. I like this website very much,nice details.

Wendy Stevens

I would love the free facebook pattern. My email is wjs01@icisp.net.au Thanks for your kind offer

Sharon Wynne

Hi Janet
I would love the Facebook pattern - perhaps my email addy didn't show last time I requested as nothing has arrived yet? luv2sewthings@hotmail.com

Thanks for this lovely giveaway :)

Julie C

I would love a copy of the pattern, another very nice stitchery thank you Janet.

Maureen Arundale

Hello, sorry I have left it so long, but I sent you a request for the Facebook cup sleeve pattern, and it has not arrived yet, please, please could you send me one. I love your site
Maureen x


That is the cutest cup cover! I have to become a follower!

Alicia Pasche

Hi, I sent through an email. Not sure if you got it. I'd like one of your freebies - the Facebook break please. Thanks

Anna Banks

I would greatly appreciate copy of this pattern, (Computer Break). Thanks heaps for sharing with everyone. Who stocks your Card Patterns, All Hearts come home for Xmas (Ivanhoe 3179 area)

Thanks :0)


Thanks Janet, I would love the I'm taking a facebook break pattern.


I would love a copy of your freebie, I like the - I'm taking a blog break.

Maureen Arundale

Would love a copy of the Facebook pattern, they are all lovely :))

kim Pebley

I would love a copy of your pattern... I am trying to keep a handwork project handy and I am ready to do some redwork.
Thank you for sharing...

Ineke van den Akker

Wonderful! Well done!


Hi Janet, I hope this comment works as I changed my sign in from Foothills to my own Blogspot sign in, I'd love the Facebook pattern, lovely to chat to you today :)Sandra

Justine Wade

Thanks Janet, would love the Facebook pattern.

Midge English

I would like the facebook break pattern, enjoy discovering your site. thank you


Please add me to your ever growing list.... Could you also let me know where I can get your In a Card Kits in the Lilydale 3140 area...Keep up the great work..Luv Annette

Angela H

I too would love a copy of your freebie.. especailly like the computer break one.

Sue Lee

I would love a copy of the pattern :) It's really lovely....fun to have at work :)


Hi sweetie, have you processed our order yet? My girls are comping at the bit to get started.

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