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Oh what lovely red work i enjoyed your toile party very nice your blog always cheers up my day best wishes Pat
Such charming pictures of children!! I've always been entranced by redwork, but don't own any. Guess I need to look for some. Thanks for sharing yours. Sally
Oh that is so cute. I love redwork but don't own any. And your toile is lovely, too. I really enjoyed your photos of the Toile Party yesterday.Blessings!
I love red work! Hopefully I'll learn to do it someday! Yours is adorable!
What a fabulous idea. Kate Greenaway is perfect for redwork and your apron is an inspiration Carolyn, I must add it to my ever growing list of 'want to makes'.
it is so sweet how you combined it all together ...lovely...
Hi Carolyn, thank you for dropping by my blog and leaving comment! What a pleasure to see someone new. I love your redwork apron. I just last week bought a book on embroidery and it has a chapter on redwork, one on blackwork too. The book is real eye-candy. I would like to learn how to do it, so I am setting my mind to it!
Your redwork is beautiful, as are your photos; have really enjoyed my visit to your blog.
I love toile , and I still have a few pieces of my mom' needle work. Kathy
I've never heard of redwork. It is beautiful in its simplicity!
Hi, Carolyn, Lovely apron, it goes very well with red and white toile indeed! I love coming here to see your beautiful things.
That is so pretty. Redwork is always so charming.Debbie
I love the dishes, and the apron is so charming. Beautiful redwork, with adorable children -- I love Kate Greenaway!I've got some vintage redwork somewhere around here....Cass
Oh Carolyn, that redwork is so sweet! I haven't seen anything like that in years! Thank you for sharing. Thank you too for praying for my mother.Blessings,Sandi
Hello Carolyn...Your red work apron is lovely! I just adore the sweet children! I really don't know much about red work or the history of it...but I have seen a few pieces and have just fallen in love with it! Since I collect red transferware and I love to embroider, I bought some really sweet patterns and red thread...thought I might try my hand at doing some pieces! I haven't started the project yet but at least I have all the materials needed! I'm so glad that you shared this pretty apron...I'm inspired to get busy with my project!Warmest wishes,Chari
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