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|From Wilderness to Cities White by Larner||4 Review(s)|
|Antane||Reviewed Chapter: 8 on 1/13/2011|
|I'm sure Faramir's mother did watch over her son. And I love most the ending that the clothes were being made for the Ringbearers' in the hope and anticipation of their waking and using Elven needles also. From what little we saw of them in the film and stills, splendid indeed did Frodo look in them! :)|
Namarie, God bless, Antane :)
Author Reply: I'm certain that Frodo Baggins looked stunning in them, even if he had the blaze of white hair and the hairy wart the Master once had imagined for him! Heh! Thank you so, Antane, for all of the feedback!
|Linda Hoyland||Reviewed Chapter: 8 on 1/1/2011|
Author Reply: I'm so glad you like it, Linda. Many of those in the army of the West must have competed to see if they could find a way to honor the Ringbearers, or so I'd think!
|Armariel||Reviewed Chapter: 8 on 12/30/2010|
Author Reply: Am so glad that you do. Thanks!
|Erulisse (one L)||Reviewed Chapter: 8 on 12/30/2010|
|Larner - How very sweet. I have done a fair amount of sewing clothing in my life and it is too true - there is always use for fabric and half-made items. I love the needles and the history of them as well. |
- Erulisse (one L)
Author Reply: I know. Have had a few projects that were finished years later for a different purpose, too, although I do crocheting rather than sewing, myself.
More of the backstory on the needles is from my story "The Craft of the Elven Smith," which is in my "Neath Anor, Ithil, and Gil" collection.