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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

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PJ

Thank you for sharing such a wonderful site! How beautiful and meaningful those masks are! It's so wonderful to open our eyes to all the different things- we can learn so much from our fellow bloggers!

Chris

Ya gotta love the mind that comes up with that! Thanks for taking the time to share with us.

Leslie

Amazing and delightful! The talent of fiber folk continues to impress and astonish me!

wool winder

A true artist with wool.

Maureen

Wow....those masks are incredible. Thanks for sharing the pictures with us. I am kicking my self for not trying to make it to the Fair.

Dianna

These are VERY cool masks! Incredible talent and thinking outside the box to make a flat woven turn into 3D spirits...

Becca

such an amazing yet unusual artist ... I like the connection of weaving artwork and weaving a life.

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