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Marg in Mirror Posted - 02/15/2013 : 09:33:43 AM
Dear Knitting Friends,

February 8th marked my 10th Anniversary as a blogger, and my 1,000th blog post (this explains why you don't see me on the KR forum very much any more!)...and I am celebrating.

My little company is "3F Creations: Fabric, Fibre, and Floss", so I am celebrating accordingly, and giving away goodies in those categories. Week One was "Floss", so the goodies were embroidery related.

Week Two is "Fibre", so...yep. It's for the knitters. I do hope you'll drop by my blog, leave a comment, and become eligible to win the goodie pack (or one of the wee surprise draws) I'm giving away this week.

Free. Gratis. Enjoy!

You can visit the post with the information here:

http://www.margaretblank.com/2013/02/for-knitters.html

TLWKOTB
http://www.margaretblank.com
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robinstephanie Posted - 02/17/2013 : 1:56:52 PM
Hi Marg--Congratulations on the anniversary; I had fun perusing your blog. You have a very interesting education, both textile and earlier. Having just discovered the textile a few years ago myself and gone beserk--didn't grow up knitting or sewing or anything--it is exciting to read about the creative flowering of your textile art and your further education in it after your turned fifty. For me, at forty-three, I feel like, "Where has this been all my life?" and "How do I get more of this into my life?" Every now and again, I consider going back to school for a textile education.

Robinsteph

Different is good. ~Matthew Hoover
Rwats2 Posted - 02/15/2013 : 1:51:10 PM
Congratulations on the Anniversary

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