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(Eileens Craft Studio) #2948

(Stringobeads) #2949

(PollysWares138) #2950

Look at this gorgeous bracelet that I found in @gemology


(PetraBradleyPrints) #2951

A great statement ring.


(TheGlassArk) #2952

Really pretty coin purse


(PollysWares138) #2953

Look at this gorgeous stained glass wreath that I found in @TheGlassArk


(Karen Nelson) #2954

This is very pretty


(Verchielbeadsandjewellery) #2955

Fabulous tartan bird from Karen @oothatsnice


(Karen Simmons) #2956

love love love this gorgeous daisy necklace :heart_eyes::heart_eyes:


(Suzzie Godfrey) #2957

What a good idea


(TheGlassArk) #2958

Lovely dark colour on this bicycle bag and pretty inside lining


(Tina Martin) #2959

Loving this flower;


(Lynn Britton) #2960

This is so cute, who could resist


(Stringobeads) #2961

Striking stripes


(PetraBradleyPrints) #2962


Fab, unusual necklace.


(PollysWares138) #2963

Just found this gorgeous draw string bag by Petra @PetraBradleyPrints


#2964

Joy sorry to hear this, thank you for kind comments
Sue x


#2965

Very pretty


(Joy Salt) #2966

Sue Thank you. My Dupuytren’s is under control. Had some brilliant advice from a Dupuytren’s group on Facebook.
ref : http://dupuytrens-society.org.uk/
I’ve now had radiotherapy on the NHS which seems to have put it into remission… Just had to give up on wool :slight_smile:

Might start a topic on here about this grotty (Viking, Bent finger) genetic disease. There’s a lot of people have it and don’t realise (met one only last week when she mentioned her son had a little finger bent into his palm and I looked at the knots on her hand and asked if she realised she undoubtedly had it too. No she had had no idea) and a lot of medical people who are very very badly informed as to the best, modern way to treat it.


#2967

I have never heard of it…Glad the radiotherapy has helped. Also you can make such wonderful things in glass…x