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I just want to take time to thank you and compliment you on the wonderful job you do on your newsletters and tutorials…  You do a GREAT job!  As another ‘older’ one in the sewing world who has taught and traveled and has my own publications, I truly feel you are doing a wonderful job. (Londa)

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Thank you again for your time and kindness to share your knowledge and passion with me.  You are a gem in this online world, really so many just put a website out to make money and very little time is invested in their readership.  Your site is head and shoulders above the vast array of mediocre sewing blogs.  Your help today has meant so much.  (April)

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Olga, as a former professional costume stitcher, home draper/pattern maker, and lover of sewing, I wanted to write in thanks for what you do. Thanks for always sharing your discoveries, and for sharing them the way you do. Plainly, clearly, with photos, and with candor. It’s refreshing to get sewing ideas/reminders/tips from someone as accomplished and straight-forward as you are. (Christina)

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