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August 15, 2017
Allthough I never met Marilyn, I feel I know her through her beautiful designs. She was so talented and I feel a kindred spirit as I stitch her work.

I do hope the family will bring back some of her earlier work. I have some of it, but would give my eye teeth to get the rest of her discontinued designs. It greaves me that there will be no new designs, but she will be with us every time I work on my cross stitch, or listen to Celtic music. My condolences to the Leavitt-Imblum family... But know that her legacy lives on.
June 12, 2017
Missing you still and always will.

Thank you for being my friend.

Gentle as you go,
Marny
April 19, 2017
This has sadden me to find out that Marilyn has passed away. I visited with her by phone and she was of great help. I have purchased I would say all of her patterns. I feel in love with them and take one on each trips to visit England each year. She will be missed and was a very skilled artist. Blessings to all the family, Madeline
March 28, 2017
But she lives on! Every time I cross-stitch an angel, somebody sees it and asks me to do them one. I'm backed up about 4 angels! Good thing I enjoy the challenges of her graphs. Currently doing the Angel of Healing which has some things it that are new to me. LOVE it!
March 27, 2017
It saddens me to learn of Marilyns's passing. I found out by trying to reach out to her regarding her Earthdancer pattern. This is the most beautiful piece of work I have done and want to pass my regards along to the family. Such a talented and loving person....as told by her works.
August 17, 2016
I did not know you had left us, Beautiful Lady. I stitched your fairy grandmother and I am about to start angel of the sea, you will be with me in each stitch I make. May God Bless you Marilyn and keep you in his arms forever.
July 10, 2016
Gosh I did not realize Marilyn had passed away in 2012! So very sad! I have many of her cross stitch patterns. They are all so beautiful and I will cherish all of them forever! Is it possible you could bring back her out of print charts? So very sorry for the family's loss!
April 11, 2016
Sarah and family; I'm just another one of those 'old-lady' stitchers addicted to your Mother's work. I think I've done most of them. She must have been a great Mom. Her compassion shows in her work. Yes, you'll forget and pick up that phone to call her; been there, done that. It's tough, isn't it? But she is honored and loved by so many of us.
February 14, 2016
She "through her many works" will be alive into the next century. Her designs speak to your heart. No new designs by her, will leave a hole in so many hearts, as in mine. Do wish we would've met. But we sort of did as I stitching her designs, she spoke to me.
Rest Easy Marilyn,
Louise
September 12, 2015
I only just learned of Marilyn's passing. Her Santa of the Forest was my first large design that I had ever stitched. I wanted to stitch it again as I enjoyed stitching it so many years ago. As I was searching I came upon the unhappy news. I feel like there is now a big hole in my heart that won't ever heal. She was my favorite designer. I sit here, quietly crying and mourning.

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