Talitha making butterfly nets.

by Talitha
(Sydney, NSW, Australia)

This is me sewing the butterfly net.

This is me sewing the butterfly net.

I wanted to make butterfly nets for the summer because I wanted to catch a butterfly. When I made it , it was just spring, but it wasn't warm enough and the butterflies like warm weather. In summer, we will use it a lot to catch butterflies in the bush.

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Oct 12, 2007
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great!
by: lawson

love it love it love it!
just be careful with the bees!

Sep 24, 2007
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Nice Sewing
by: Brumby Ben

Nice Sewing did you do all that.
nice work
The summers nearly here

Sep 21, 2007
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Great work!
by: Nat

Hi Talitha, Great work and excellent webpage. Warm weather is just around the corner. From your biggest brother, Nat

Sep 21, 2007
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Thanks for Writing
by: Reuben

Good on you Talitha!!! thanks for writing a page.

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