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  1. *squeaks* I actually won?! Wow! How exciting - I've never won anything before! Thanks so much for doing the bonus giveaway. :D

    I'll email you in a bit... I've got to decide what color! I'm leaning toward either pink or lavender - which would you find most useful for 18th century?

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  2. Hey! Between the Lavender and the pink, it's hard to say which you would prefer. They're both accurate (Angela takes a lot of pride in her research and her products). The difference is, is that the lavender is a very soft lavender pale and pretty. The pink is not the same, it's a much stronger pink and is not a baby pink whatsoever. It's also really pretty. But that's really the choice. Pale lavender or Bright pink...a bit like bubble gum pink?It's hard to describe....Does this help?

    Congrats too! :D

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  3. Yay, because Gentlewomanthief is an awesome girl!

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  4. Oh my gods! Wee - thank you!! This is so awesome - I've been in a real funk recently, drowning in uni work and teaching preparation/marking/etc and I had a dreadful Wednesday (worst.teaching.day.EVER), so this has really cheered me up!! Thank you! (And thank you, Mme B!)

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  5. Nuranar- I need your address so I can send you your silk ribbon I also need to know what color you want to! I need to get them in the post tomorrow :)

    GWT: GOt your email darling, glad this made your day! :D

    MBerg: Ditto! :D

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  6. oh btw stuff is in the post, hopefully you'll get it sooooon! :)

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  7. Wewt - was waiting for me when I got home today!!!! Thank yoooou!! Hmm ... now I need to decide what to go for - the lilac taffeta looks very pretty ...

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  8. YAY! That was fast! Did you like the old school hand stamp? I sent that from the Colonial Williamsburg post office...I thought you'd appreciate it. :)

    The lilac taffeta is really pretty. I was admiring it when I was there this weekend. :)

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  9. I was very impressed by the speed and I did notice the stamp and did a little squee!

    Also, thank you for the card and note inside - it's lovely! (And you have very nice handwriting!) I've got it in the livingroom - injecting a bit of femininity into our rather masculine living room!

    Hmm... it might have to be that fabric... I keep looking at the website and changing my mind, though! Would two yards be enough for a jacket, do you think? Decisions, decisions!

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  10. Hi Abby!

    I have some questions about your research. I'd love it if you could drop me a line brenna.cook@gmail.com

    Keep up the great work!

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