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  Mark : September 12th, 2006 @ 4:12 pm  

I dont think we will ever grow out of it. The burden has simply shifted from you to our wives.
  sadie : September 13th, 2006 @ 8:24 pm : WEBSITE  

Mark, that is the smartest thing I've ever heard you say.
And now I'm truly scared for teenage years. Good thing I have a few more years to prepare.
  Ben : September 15th, 2006 @ 2:15 am : WEBSITE  

Was it worse with when there were more or is Joe just a compound monster of us all?
  Marie : September 19th, 2006 @ 2:49 am : WEBSITE  

I think for the most part, it sucks to be a teenager. And that is why we give our parents hell. (sorry for all the explitives). We don't have the maturity or skills at that age to truly express all the crap that we feel all the time. Joe is SUCH a good boy. He just doesn't have the perspective and realize how much he's been blessed (as if any of us did... or do). He has such a good heart, though, he will figure it out and be truly amazing. In the meantime, I am reminded of a primary song that always makes me think of mom...it's called, "How Will They Know" and it always makes me cry.
  Carlos : December 9th, 2012 @ 5:39 pm : WEBSITE  

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  naruto : November 20th, 2015 @ 7:23 am : WEBSITE  

Hi Sara,Thanks so much for your sweet comments!My book does coitnan a "how to" section, with tips on cutting out felt shapes and guides to all the stitches I use in the book & how to sew on all the embellishments and findings. I really do honestly cut all my shapes out by hand! I have had a lot of practice but I also use a small, sharp pair of embroidery scissors to cut a lot of my shapes - the small blades make a huge difference in the accuracy/detail of the shapes you can cut. They're the only bit of "specialist" equipment I recommend people buy when starting felt crafting.I hope you'll enjoy the book if you do end up buying it :)