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The name and image of Michel came to torment her. She harbored against her dead husband a grudge which often distracted her from her variable, capricious and ill-controlled grief.”—”Le Toutounier” by Colette…
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This isn’t the best picture for showing off my latest Myrtle, but our main furnace (We have a second to heat a 1970’s addition to our 1880’s farm house) died Friday night and it’s a bit too chilly for a sleeveless dress even for a little while and I didn’t want to go out and get cold without being able to come in and get warm. 167 more words
I’m beyond thrilled with the outcome from my second Couture Sewing School class.
I’ve grappled with pants a few times since I started sewing, and whilst I managed to achieve a good crotch curve fit on my own, it was getting the legs right that really proved elusive. 723 more words
Have you ever discovered a “new” book by a favorite author? And then it turns out you have already read it—under a different title?
That was the case with one of the books in… 677 more words