Finally A Finish


Liberty (hidden pictures)
by Lynn Nicoletti
This took a very long time due to eye issues, which are now corrected.
For those interested it was one over two on 36 count edenboro linin.
Very happy to be done. A pic is posted on RCTNP in the album "Mag's
Work"
While I'm at it, I'd like to say thank you to whom ever is responsible
for RCTNP.
I so enjoy strollilng through the albums.
mag
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Mag
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Beautiful work. Don't you love Lynn Nicoletti's designs? I did her Stitching Fairy some time ago and will try to post a picture one of these day's.
I think Sheena is responsible for starting RCTNP and I know she's presently the keeper of the keys, so you can thank her.
Lucille
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Lucille
Lovely. I did Lynn's Poseidon a few years back - another one of her hidden pictures designs. Once upon a time her website said she was working on Cinderella. I asked her about it when I finished Poseidon and she said she was sorry, but that one never went anywhere. Rats.
Donna in rainy Virginia
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Donna
On Sat, 22 May 2010 14:37:57 -0400, "Lucille" wrote:
We talked about it way back when and it was not me who set it up, she was young and I'm sorry I can't remember her name, then she started a family and found she didn't have time so passed the torch on.
After awhile when we had probs with ads popping up then we made it, by common agreement, into a moderated group. So far, so good, as far as the ads go. Only one slipped through and that was a company who was already in, so not much I could do about it except fire them summarily lol
I find your newest addition very interesting Mag - it's complex and very clever.
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