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  1. Hi Magda,
    I would be keen to speak to you re: crotchet pieces I am needing for a porcelain artwork - Karin Lijnes karin@karinlijnes.co.za thank you .

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    1. Hi Karin, i have sent you an e-mail. Enjoy the weekend, Magda.

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  2. Bonjour
    Ma modeste contribution à la Street Photography
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/119524765@N06/
    Bien cordialement
    Serge (France)

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    1. Bonsoir Serge! Je parle seulement un peu français, a étudié à l'université mais je vais essayer de vous répondre! S'il vous plaît communiquer avec mon mari si vous êtes intéressé à la publication de votre travail dans le 18% Grey Magazine - mikedlphotography@gmail.com ou http://www.michiel-delange.com/ Vos photos sont magnifique!

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  3. Hi Magda....could you please help me? I can't find the pretty BAG crochet pattern and would love to make it for someone special.....thanks so much!

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    1. Hi, could you tell me which one of the bags you would like to make? I have made a few different ones and will be able to help once I know which one you are referring to. xxxx

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    2. Bless you for responding! I found the purse on Pinterest and it was simply called Crochet Bag. It is purple .... there is a round flap opening which is secured by a white button. The body of the purse seems to be round. I didn't see a product #. Hope this helps and thanks so much for your help. Dawn

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    3. Hi Dawn, it is a design by Medula - you can find it on Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/designers/vendula-maderska or see all the different versions as well as free bag (different style but very cute) on her blog http://vendulkam.blogspot.com/ Mine is very basic as I hooked it when I still had arm troubles and couldn't do an embellished one like hers. This is her Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/VendulkaM?ref=si_shop Enjoy!

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    4. Thanks, Magda, for your help. I'll be anxious to get started on it.....Dawn

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  4. Hello Magda - your blog is awesome - such beautiful crochet work. A friend and I were particularly taken with your patchwork blanket which we would like to make as a cot blanket for a friend expecting a baby. Would it be possible for you to send us the pattern for the square. We looked for it on Heidi but couldn't find it.
    Many thanks Di

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    1. Hi Di, I searched everywhere for a sc square pattern and struggled to find anything. I then made it up myself. Will do a quick test square tomorrow and write it down for you.

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    2. Oops, still wanted to say that it will make for a pretty cot blanket! Will add the pattern to the blogposting or can mail you. Let me know!

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    3. Hi Magda - thanks for replying so promptly. If you could send the pattern to my email address that would be great! it is dianacbthomson@gmail.com. The full story of this proposed cot blanket is that we are all members of a hiking group in Cape Town. We are so excited about the baby on the way that several of us including 3 now living overseas are each crocheting 5 squares so it will be a joint effort. Maryanne of Woolhogs from whom we purchased the yarn in all different beautiful colours calls it CAL crocheting along. It will be such a fun project specially as we don't know if it'll be a boy or girl so we can incorporate a variety of colours. Many thanks Di

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  5. Hi,

    My husband is flying to Georgetown on business. Did you ever fine any good yarn? I always send him out to fine something fun and interesting. I would take silk thread or silk fabrics as well but silk yarn would by far be the best. If you are in need of crochet hooks still I happen to have a yarn store here in Portland Oregon and can send a selection with him :) they are vintage and sell for $1.00 each but hey I would definitely trade a few hooks for good Malaysian yarn locating :)

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  6. Darn-and I just noticed you have moved onto to another exciting country :( Did you ever find a good yarn shop in Georgetown?

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    1. Aah Georgetown is a fabulous city! I managed to track down one store http://pigstails.blogspot.com/2011/10/yarn-shop.html

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    2. The yarn in Georgetown is OK, but not great - Acrylic from Japan that is sold in packs of 5x40gr in a huge colour selection for around MYR 7-11 depending on negotiation skill and how well dressed one is (the better dressed, the more expensive ;-) ) Your husband HAS to visit China House, it is one of the places in this world I miss a lot. It is owned by an Australian, but the space is authentic shophouse and it hosts great finds http://www.chinahouse.com.my/index-classic.html Chai Diam Ma is another favourite and they sell of sorts of quirky items http://www.timeout.com/penang/arts-and-entertainment/venue/Art/title/Chai-Diam-Ma and https://www.facebook.com/chaidiamma.cafe Oh, he is so lucky! Georgetown is a mysterious city and not everything is "in your face" and apparent, it is pretty much a city that functions on "by word of mouth." Hope this helps! If he also travels to Thailand, be sure to drop a line to the blogger byHaafner. She managed to buy really interesting yarns in Thailand.

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  7. Hi Magda!
    I'm so inspired by your work! Your Dainty Delicious Delicate Scarf is just what I've been looking for for this wonderful yarn I bought. Is this pattern available? It's so dainty - and so lovely....it's so PERFECT for some Malabrigo silk blend yarn I have that's just waiting for the perfect project!

    Please tell me the pattern - or even a chart is available for it. Though I don't really read charts - yet, I am learning - and something like this would force me to do what I really need to do anyhow...
    I look forward to hearing from you...my email is in Google database and should be available.
    Thank you for all of your beautiful inspiration!

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    1. Hello, I have already drawn a chart, but it is so wonky, I will have to redraw it, write up the pattern and post it. To follow soon! It will most definitely look beautiful in Malabrigo silk!!!

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  8. Hi Magda

    I want to make your beautiful Milla magic throw for my daughter when she heads off to University. I want to use wool not cotton as I am based in the chilly and damp UK! Would you have any recommendations for the brand of yarn I should use? Thanks very much!

    Catherine

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