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Extraordinary! They feel alive. I love the curlew headed in the opposite direction from all the rest.

I love them. I can see why each one would be appliqued separately. It makes them more unique. How big was the design?

Wow, Mia - you've outdone yourself this time! Loved them (but I wouldn't have loved stitching them with all the color stops!) Beautiful. And sorry they seem to be getting more scarce in your parts; we used to have loons visit our pond, and their cry is something you never forget, either. But we have not seen them here for years.

Amazing details!!

I really like this piece, especially the intertwined 3 curlews in the front. This is definitely an application for my 6-needle! Repetitions of a single color are no problem on that beast.

I also love the painted background. Are you going to exhibit this one or is it a commissioned work?

Oh, these are glorious! Where is your museum?!

Wow Mia! You're use of color is awesome! Love it!

Love the crulews. I had to look that up and listen to their cries on the internet. I learned something. They are so real looking, great job.

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