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September 25, 2013


Angela-Southern U.S.A.

OMGoodness! It's like you were walking through my memories! One of my first sewing projects(in the 70's) was a wrap around skirt!AND the same with my grandmother being the seamstress and my mom...not so much. lol Except for the singer being a newer electric one (wish I had one of those treadle sewing machines!)Love the pillow cases :)

joy abbott

You seen to have inherited your Grans sewinng skills.i loved hearing the story of how you first started sewing.loving the ditsy fabrics,you use in your pillow cases.I am a 70,s kid so takes me back to my childhood x


I had a mother, who I believe, was obsessed with calico. Blues and reds, yellows and browns, pink and greens...whatever she could get her hands on. I am feeling kinda nostalgic now too...xoxo


I was lucky enough to be taught by my clever mum to knit, crochet and sew! You can keep those ditsy florals coming, they are a true delight xox find memories of the 70's x Penny


lovely memories!!!!
I love these tiny little flowers, too!!!
xxxx Alessandra


What a lovely story, it warmed my heart x
Ooooooooooh to those beautiful pillowcases!
love jooles xxx

Dagmar Leuenberger-Swift

Just amazing! You are such a talent! ❤️

found and sewn

What a beautiful story! Those pillowcases are just so lovely x


What beautiful crocheted edgings and so nice to hear your story here!

I am self-taught in crochet which makes everything very precious to me! I never stop learning, it's such fun!

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