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I loved those sewing cards, and so did my kids. We have some in the children's bags at church, too.
You're welcome Pat - I always love having memory jogging reminders... it seems to unleash lots of memories that might otherwise have lain dormant... I hope they are all good ones!!!
I'm so glad you mentioned those lace-up cards! I knew this reminded me of something from my youth, back in the dark ages, and now I know what it was! LOL!
Judy it's lovely to know you enjoyed the light show - I'm amazed at the number of solves, but then again Jigidi always suprises me there!! I hope your eyes are both doing good now, and you have fully recovered from your most recent surgery?? I'll take this opportunity to wish you a fabulous New Year and continued growing friendships on Jigidi and elsewhere ;~)
Thanks Gail - this "pattern" always reminds me of the first sewing cards I used to have for my children... when they used shoelace type yarn/threads rather than needles to pull yarn through the pre-cut holes.
Mandy, it felt like a light show, so thanks for the invigorating entertainment. You're doing great, and it appears many, many others agree with me! Terrific! Keep 'em coming.
LOL. I will not try to compete either. But I do like the way you can actually see the holes the yarn goes through.
Thanks whatnauts -LOL - simply struggling to surpasse some sentences seems silly!!!
LOL - Pat, that's gotta be the longest alliterative comment I've seen!!! I LOVE it!!
Nice stitching, monza. (I'm not gonna try and compete with PD, since I'd lose!!)
Superb, simple, sublime stitchery, subtly shaded! Swell sampler! :-)))