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Mar 18, 2010 8:10 AM CST
Name: Janet Colvin
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Oh Carol,

You surprise me every day with your wealth of knowledge on these types of things. I can see the passion you put into each shade and can easily see how doing it for profit would be something that only the very wealthy could afford to have you do. And they are worth every penny, considering the time involved and the labor. Your fabric choices are awesome and the embellishments of the beads and fringe are "spot on".

As for the limit on the number of lamps..... with yours I'd want them in every corner of the house. :-) They are so much prettier than the shades you see in the stores.

I sure wouldn't have the patience as you have to create even one of them, much less all those you have shown us.

Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful shades. You've been very helpful with your answers. My hat's off to you for your awesome talents! I tip my hat to you.


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