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February 02, 2009


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kosenrufu mama

this is amazing!!!!!!!!


I will be staring at these pictures all day. I can't wait to share them with my family, who all worked on this project with me. Thank you for arranging this!

When is the next project?




Your banner is lovely. How fun for people to maybe find their own fabric! I hope we do this again someday. It was so fun!


oh dear. it makes me cry, so touched i am. thank you for all the work you did.


So happy for those little ones to have warm little heads! Yay!!


Beautiful:) Congratulations to all who have worked so hard to give these "hugs" to these beautiful babies.

Thanks for sharing!


How beautiful! Hurray!!!


Hi Amanda...so inspiring!!

A thought for another project?!

I live in Sydney and are grieved at the moment for the many devastated by bush fires in Victoria Australia. Nearly 200 have lost their lives and over 5000 currently homeless.

I'm not very crafty but thought somekind of 'Welcome Home' picture (Or ?) would be a touching gift for these people when they move back into their homes or new houses.

Just a idea?! If you're interested i could work with you in gathering packages and having them delivered to Melbourne.

Thanks for time and consideration


taller 4 idiots

This is wonderful to see. Thank you again for the opportunity to be a part of the this project.

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