1,568 Sawdust Hearts (ReBlog)


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About Oscar Dandelion

Hi, I'm Faith McCord, writer of the Oscar Dandelion books. I love reading, writing, watching films, looking at architecture and general design, embroidery (especially Elizabethan), spending time with my family. I used to enjoy long walks, bodybuilding, going out, however, since my injury my mobility is seriously impaired, so I'm more of a home-body now. I'm interested in meeting other indie / pro writers, so do say 'Hello' ! :)
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9 Responses to 1,568 Sawdust Hearts (ReBlog)

  1. This is so touching. The best thing I read today.

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  2. sheldonk2014 says:

    Folk art is a very big collectible subject and in most cases it is on the edge of professional

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  3. So many favourites. My mum as you may know is a crazy (passionate) quilter. Her crafty group make small quilts called Crisis Quilts for when families leave the hospital without their expected baby. It gives people great comfort. Craft has many expressive creative, ways to respect, commiserate or educate people. Cheers,H

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    • Me too, there’s such talent, many different beautiful ones. Ah, how kind of your mum to make those quilts for those grieving parents. Yes, craft is surprisingly – quietly – powerful! Cheers 🙂 xo


  4. simplywendi says:

    such beautiful items and so touching……….thank you for sharing!

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