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Monday, February 06, 2017


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Lisa at Greenbow

Your hat is a work of art. Happy Monday.


Lovely hat! It reminds me of summer.

I could take some of that warmer weather from last month this month instead. I never understood why Girl Scout cookie season in Wisconsin was in the middle of winter. Someone needs to tell my girls to be less ambitious.

Linda Brazill

How lovely to hear from you! Hope you and your family are doing well. It is now clear that Wisconsin was the test case for the Republican rape of the nation. At least all the protests this time seem to be having some effect. Too deja vu for comfort.


Wonderful wearable art!


Oh what a lovely beret - please don't leave it on a bus or a train as my sister has done twice with a similarly beautiful felted hat... :( It really is a work of art and I am so pleased you have preented it to us 'In a vase or on your head on Monday', hopefully encouraging others to think out of the box too

Loree / danger garden

There will always be flowers, for those of us that need them.

Linda Brazill

Cathy — I am very careful as I would hate to lose that hat. When you live where winter goes on and on, thinking outside the vase is essential!

Kris P

It's a charming hat, Linda! I wouldn't wear it out in miserable weather either. I suspect shopping with you would be an adventure.

Linda Brazill

Kris — It has been a snowy and rainy winter and so I have not worn it nearly as much as I thought I would. As for shopping with me, over the years I've realized that I like to shop by myself. I find it easier to make decisions (especially the No! do not buy it ones) if I am alone.


Love your hat; I love hand-made felt embroidery too!

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