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Friday, July 13, 2007


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That's really a lovely design. Impressively knit up, as well. I can see why you were drawn to it.


Oooh, yeah, love that jacket. Love the bright bold color and the neutral gray in the center too. Glad you're bringing in some color. I wanted to do our dark hall opaque deep fuschia (waxed!), and decorate with found animal skulls, but dh said no way! So it is a sunny yellow. I got something more like your cuff (to match a small painting of my grandmother's), but when I made a glaze out of the paint, it yellowed. But it's bright and vibrant.


Very cool.


Gorgeous jacket!


Bold in its subtlety - Sarah nailed it. :) And I like you choice. Have fun with the colors!


That jacket is lovely!


VERY nice jacket!


Oh I love this:)


This is lovely! To me, Hanne Falkenberg designs are simultaneously both bold and subtle which is the true genius of her design skills.

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