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Category Archives: sewing and craftwork
It seems like every spring (I’m judging spring by the calendar, not the weather which is firmly set to Arctic) I get the sewing itch. I think about sewing all the time but it seems that lately the only time … Continue reading
Poor kids nowadays- they can’t get away from it even if they try. Dora shoes, Spongebob back packs, t-shirts with Barbie, pants with Tinkerbell. Our commercial culture starts early- really early. How many people do you know who had Winny-the-Pooh … Continue reading
For this year’s father’s day, my brilliant and creative sister decided to have all of the kids make their own hand prints. She started by making a batch of salt dough which the kids happily stuck their hands (or feet … Continue reading