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I love it when customers send me pictures of their interpretation of a Lillie Mae's Crafts pattern.  To see the imagination and the character that each puts into their work is pure pleasure to see.

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Valerie Sengupta

These gorgeous "Teddy Bear Ornaments" were created from the pattern "Teddy Bear Pair" and were made to use as genius.  Thank you Valerie Sengupta for sending me these pictures.   What  talent you have...I absolutely love them. 


















Thank you Valerie

Mercedes Jimenez Campuzano

This is Mercedes interpretation of "Lillie Mae Prairie Doll", isn't she beautiful; I just love the materials used.  Visit Mercedes blog for additional info and pictures on this doll and more.










Thank you Mercedes

Lora Frisch


Look at this version of my Little Annie Scarecrow Seasonal Pocket Ornie, isn't she adorable.  Here's what Lora has to say:  "Here's my version of the Harvest Ornie.  She's hanging from my kitchen curtain.  Thanks for making these patterns available."



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This is Kylie's first doll....can you  believe it.  What a great job Kylie.  She's just beautiful.  She was created using our doll pattern "My Little Valentine."  Thank you so very much Kylie for sharing her with us.  She's beautiful.  Here's what Kylie says: 



Sorry to bother you again but I noticed a section on your site where we can send in a picture of what we made using your patterns.  Here is what I made using  your "My little Valentine" pattern.

I hope you like her.  I sure do, so thanks again for sharing some great patterns.



Read more about Kylie and her doll on her blog, Antmee.



Glenna sends us a picture of her interpretation of our pattern "Canned Goods Night Light."  I just love what she's done with this pattern.  She's taken the essence of the pattern, changed what she wanted and truly made the night light her own.

Here's what Glenna has to say:

"This is a picture of my version of your darling little night light. I had so much fun making these. I made 6 of them. Thank you so much for the pattern. I took them to a little craft show that was held at a church in our community. 




On Dec 16, 2008 I received the following prayer request for the newsletter


This is an urgent prayer request

The six year old daughter of a co-worker of mine had been complaining of headaches.  At first, she was given the usual Tylenol and TLC.  The headaches became worse and and the little girl, Isabella, told her mom, "you have four eyes and your mouth looks funny."  At that point the parents rushed Isabella to the emergency room.  Isabella underwent an eight hour surgery for a brain tumor.  The tumor was two inches.  The information we have been given is that the tumor appears to be malignant and it was not contained to one growth area.  It was in the vessels.  As of this past Friday (when the e-mail went out), she has no movement on her right side and is not able to speak.  She is, however, aware of her parents at her bed side. 

Please pray for Isabella's recovery, as well as strength for her parents, Eric and Andrea.  Please have Isabella and her parents added to your church's prayer list.

Thank you.

onda sent this picture reminding me that she had used a Lille Mae's Craft pattern, LuLu, to create this wonderful little doll for Isabella.   The little bible in the doll's pocket was made by me.  In the mean time, Isabella is doing wonderfully. What a miracle!


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