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November 07, 2012


Ellen M.

I'm just starting to embroider again after many decades. I'm so excited about this blog hop! Your bird is beautiful - thanks for sharing!


Thank you Gail.




Thank you for the pattern, Gail..I do like your little birds that you use in your designs

Cindy in TN

Love your ornie! It was worth waiting for today! Thanks!


Cute ornament!

That is so pretty, I love the little bird!

Kathy h

Thanks for the adorable birdie ornament. So cute.


Love your bird. He would go well with my homemade tree ornamants. Thanks for sharing.

Bev Gunn

What a "tweet" little friend!

Debbie St. Germain

I love your design, love doing birds on ornaments to give as gifts.



My goodness, you must've put the pattern on the minute you walked in the door. It is gorgeous. Many thanks

Bari Jo

Thank you so much! This is a sweet ornament!


downloaded and ready to start stitching :), ta


I love, love, love your pattern!!!! I printed it the minute I saw it and am tracing it on to fabric tonight. I plan to make one for each of my boy's trees as well as for mine and mother's. Thank you so much for being part of this blog hop.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts

Sweet! I just love your little bird! Thank you!

Joanne Dunbar

thanks Gail, very cute ornament, thank you, appreciate you taking the time to do this for us. - Joanne

sheryl scholte

very cute Gail.xx


What an adorable ornament. Thanks for the pattern.


Love it. Going to stitch this one up.

Kathy O

Welcome home, and thank you for the cute bird ornament!

Mary Jo

What a cute little ornament, and in my favorite colors ! I love redwork and do it quite often!

Becky Greene

Such a cute little bird! Thanks for sharing this pattern!

Christine M

Your decoration is gorgeous Gail. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Nancy L

Very cute little birdie! Looking forward to the blog hop-should be fun!

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