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  1. Michelle wrote:

    Interesting pieces! I love the coat in the last picture!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

    10.18.15
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  2. Marina wrote:

    I love everything about this. A great minimal vibe with something edgy about it. Love!
    http://www.marinasays.com

    10.18.15
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  3. SAUL wrote:

    The knits and layers are beautiful!

    Have a look at our new collection: http://www.shopsaul.com/collections/f-w-15-products

    10.18.15
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  4. Alexandra wrote:

    These images are great!
    ArtMandy.ro

    10.19.15
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  5. Louise wrote:
    10.25.15
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  6. Sandra wrote:

    i thought she was Taylor Swift for a sec xD

    2.7.16
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  7. Denisha wrote:

    A piece of eritudion unlike any other!

    12.14.16
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  8. Its great seeing gardens from around the world, all so different to our garden and woods in Ireland. I just harvested our last cucumbers and round courgettes of the year.We have 10acres of oak woodland plantation too and we are learning how to manage it in an ecosensitive way. Today we started pruning, in spring we will plant an understorey nurse crop of alder. Its all quite exciting.Thanks for visiting my blog. x

    3.30.17
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  9. I’ll make a note of this for something to discuss. I have a method for the ways in which I handle stuff, but I’m not sold that it’s the best way – it certainly works, though .It’d be fun to hear what others think and have them chime in, too.

    5.24.17
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  10. Good post! When I need help i always go to the same place…my wife:) She gives me the support when I need it, the critiques when I need it, the ideas when I'm lacking them, and the interest to think…'hey, maybe some actually wants to read this.' She's my muse:)

    5.26.17
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