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Happy New Year

Happy New Year to you all.
I hope 2011 will bring you all happiness and lots of creativity.
I'll be sharing my ideas for what I want to do in 2011 very soon - but would love to hear from you in the meantime.


Jacqui said…
Happy New Year Sarah - hope you are OK and maybe enjoying a break from work - keep in touch

Best wishes Jacqui
Sarah said…
Happy New Year! Hope its a successful one, with lots of fun and great stitching.
Sarah S
Jacqui said…
Busy in a lovely way but back at work today after Xmas annual leave so much less time however still messing with paints etc this evening. Have been doing a bit of stitching too - need to get a life really. Let me know if you hear of any quilt etc talks that look good and are reasonably local Especially if u feel like some company
Happy New Year...may 2011 bring you mountains of fabric and thread and creativity!

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