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  1. cherie, ALL of this is amazing!!! never lose your passion for creating useful, beautiful things. it will sustain you for all your days, in ways you cannot measure.
    good wishes and lucky charms to you,

  2. Hi,
    I have a question about the sewing machine.
    I usually make small stuff with felt hand sewn and now I really want to start with the sewing machine… but I don’t know which is best to buy, may you have some advice for me?

    Have a great day

  3. Hi Mie, thanks for the advice! I looked around the web but it makes me more confused, there are a lot of good and bad reviews about the same sewing machine… and I am totally new on this field! So I decided to ask you and than I’ll go into a store.
    I am so excited about this purchase! It will be my Christmas present! I really can’t wait :)

    Thank you so much for your availability!

  4. Hello Cherie!
    I’m sooooo glad that I find your website by a chance~^^
    Your stuff are amazing! What a creative mom!
    Best wishes to you and your lovely daughter.
    Warm greetings from Istanbul/Turkey.

  5. Hi-I had been thinking about doing a photo book for my grandson’s 1st birthday and yours helped me get started (actually finishing it today–birthday party is this Sunday). I have everything ready to put together, but I was not able to make square photos from the photos I had, I liked the uniformity of yours and was wondering if you would share with me how you managed to make them all square? I ended up using my embroidery software to do them a bit differently which I think will work fine, but all through my process I just keep wondering how you made them square. Hopefully, I will finish today and if all turns out well, I will send you a pic. I would like to make him more for at least the next two birthdays as our family grows. Thanks! Patty

    • Hi Patty! I actually cropped them into squares on my computer before printing them out. Depending on your photo editing software, there are different ways of cropping them into squares. Another option would be to print them out as 5×7 photos and then just cut them into the shape of a square after they are printed. I’d LOVE to see the book you made!!

  6. I just saw this “pin” and am very excited!!! I have never botherd to look at the Japanese patterns, because I cannot read japanese!!!! love the styles and would love to make them for my 4 granddaughters. I like the fact that these patterns are not widely seen in stores, so my creations would be unique! :)

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  8. Hi!
    I just saw your fabric photo books and I am going to try to make one. I have just about zero sowing ability, do you have a tutorial on these that you could share?

  9. Hello cherie, i really love following your blog. it gives me a lot of inspiration! after such a long time just thinking about, i finally did it and startet to share my own creations. you seam to blog and sew with a lot of passion. and i just wanted to ask you if you have a good advice for me, how to successfully start my blog. if you would like to have a look you can find me on fliegfederfrei.wordpress.com
    thanks a lot, your work is amazing!
    best wishes

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