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Martha

That is just amazing. I will never understand how tapestries like that are created. Thank you, Linda and Julia, for sharing!

PumpkinMama

Bravo Linda! Really just a stunning piece. Thanks Julia for sharing it with us.

Manise

Absolutely stunning! Thank you Linda for sharing the process you went through to produce this beautiful work of art. It makes one appreciate the time and commitment and the beauty of it all that much more. And thank you Julia for putting it out there for us all to see. A lovely treat!

janine

Absolutely stunning a true piece of art bravo Linda!

Melanie

That ram is quite simply breathtaking. Beautiful, beautiful work.

Daphne

Wow. I'm still a bit mystified--probably more than if I'd just seen the piece around. (You know, you *totally* see those "around" all the time in Seattle.) Thank you for sharing this amazing work.

Linda

So beautiful! I'll see him at the Fryeburg Fair in 2007, can't wait.

Marlene

Amazing. Thanks for sharing the story.

sandy

Just incredible!!

Wanda

That is simply amazing and I enjoyed reading the story in her words. Thanks so much for sharing it. The detail in that piece is truly amazing.

Julie

Thanks for posting this! Linda loves sharing her knowledge and I loved seeing her work in progress earlier this year.

Norma

That is STUNNING!

Monica

That's a stunning piece of work! Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl

Wow. That woman just amazes me.

Marie

This tapestry is absolutely amazing and beautiful. Linda really did make the ram come to life! Many thanks to you and Linda for sharing!

Cindy D

I enjoyed seeing the process from the beginning.It helped me to understand how the cartoon helps the weaver, but only to a small degree. Her choice of colors is wonderful!

vanessa

unbelievable!

Laurie

THat's a remarkable piece of work. Thanks for sharing the thought process and the work involved.

Julia

Congrats to Linda. It's a wonderful and intricate piece. I can barely fathom the time involved.

Cassie

That is a truly amazing and intricate piece of work. Wow.

linda

Thanks, Julia, for showcasing my ram weaving on your blog. It is incredible to think how many places this ram has "been" without leaving the state of Maine (except for his brief weekend at the NH S&W in May). He, like Albert & Victoria, has become a fiber ambassador helping more people learn about tapestry weaving and working with color. It is remarkable how far-reaching these blogs are. Thank you, also, to all the bloggers who have left such positive comments.

Janine B.

OH, what a lovely piece of weaving and a joy to be allowed to participate in the process--thank you for sharing this!

Valerie

Wow! Maybe Ill get to see it at the Fryeburg fair this year! Where should I look for it?

Kim

Linda is a talented woman for sure. I have witnessed the growth of her tapestries over the years and this latest one is stunning! She has the patience of a saint!

claudia

As a failed tapestry weaver, I can just say "wow".

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