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Pamela Newberry

You know, I walked past that a half dozen times and didn't appreciate that the tree was dead and that those were leaves. I was thinking it was left over from St. Patrick's Day...guess I was just in a fog from all the other activities!

noodle and lou

hello sweet charlotte! just catching up on your blog...and i love this little tree:) it makes me think of the charlie brown christmas tree:) loved catching some glimpses of all the treats you guys made at the ME workshop too. the cuckoo clocks were DARLING! so happy you had such a fun time:):) xox...jenn

Paula Joerling

I'm so glad that you got a photo of that. I never had my camera handy to take a photo.
Maybe I will crochet a vine for my fire escape.

Shelley Overholt

We got tickled looking at the leaves too!! It should say "never give up." lol

Diane

Hope you had a Wonderful Mothers Day! Stop On Over I'm having a Virtual Baby Shower for my daughter Breezy, games and prizes, would love to see you there! Let's Get This Party Started!! Hugs, Diane

Candace

Thanks again for sharing these little signs and wonders. This tree makes me think of Guerilla Knitting by grrl + dog down Australia way...

Have a great great rest of week and again, congrats to Mo.
Candace

Cherie Wilson

How sweet! SO glad you are home....no place like home! I can actually say Yes, I have eaten at the Lucky cafe:) And as for Mo"s graduation~ congrats to you and a fine job done! Peace!

Richelle

at first glance.... I thought it was a green bra!!!

Richelle

I only caught the middle picture, thats why it looked
bra like to me... funny

Alison Gibbs

Oh what a great thing to have created
Alison

folksmith

love it. how clever to think of knitting leaves and to tie to a tree. maybe quilted leaves would look nice also!

Daisy Cottage

Morning Charlotte!

Congrats to your sweet grad and all of you!

My Mom is from Morgantown - she grew up and lived there until she married.

Love the leaves!


xo,
Kim

sharon coleman

Glad everyone enjoyed the tree's 2nd incarnation! I made those leaves up while seated there for dinner with friends one evening. We were enjoying the arrival of Spring and couldn't help but notice this little dead tree. The finished product has prompted those passing by to smile and laugh. What more could you ask for!

susan

how nice to hear from the knitter herself. when Syd and I passed this tree I insisted she take a snap of it!

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