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I would love the pattern for the walker Tote.

Crys, just got off the phone with your Nana, and I asked her how she liked her walker bag. Imagine my surprise when she said she didn't have it yet! I was worried I might have given you the wrong address? It's room 220, 213 cool springs blvd, franklin (just in case). When she found out you'd made it, she told me to make sure I "nudged" you to get it mailed :)

O, I like snaps! xoC

Hi! I just found your blog and i'm tottaly in love! Great family and great pictures! I'll be coming back!

What a precious gift for your grandmother. It's beautiful..and I can tell it was made with a lot of love.

Oh my goodness Crystal... you simply are incredible. I know you are modest, but girl you are so so talented. Not only do you create wonderful things with your sewing machine...write beautifully... are a fantastic mother.. you also take amazing pictures! I love it! I think your nana must be so proud of you... she is going to be showing your gift off!

This is so great. My father-in-law was just commenting that someone should make a pocket for him to carry things in while he uses his walker, I might just have to whip one up for him.

Crystal, that is fantastic! I love it! What a sweet gift.

I'm sure all the other ladies with walkers are going to be so jealous!!

What a loving, thoughtful granddaughter you are.

Your grandma's tote is going to be ooh-ed and aww-ed over! I love the fabric choices.


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