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January 15, 2013

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tammie

yay rag rugs. i love making these. mine always do that weird bunch-uppy thing in the center too. a friend has told me there is a correct way to do it so that doesnt happen, but ive never bothered to learn it. instead i just shove it under my mattress for a day or two and voila! problem solved. (books work too though. ;) and is that barbara kingsolver i see?

cassie

Awesome!! Making rugs is boss!

Lindy

I just love your I-can-conquer-anything attitude, and I understand the whole thing about finding the right bra!

Jenny

Can't wait to see the finished living room rug!

Merideth

Just as promised. I am curled up, beer in one hand, bowl of ice cream in the other, reading your blog and smiling wide ( the kind of smile where your eyes get all crinkly and you feel all warm inside your heart) . Thank you for bringing laughter, realness and yes, rag rugs, into my life!!! XO

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