Now, when does one decide to do something that might be regrettable? I often think about the fact that I've used the last of my mother's sewing labels, not accepted her $2000 Viking sewing machine, given away a basket filled with expensive sewing items, given away my fabric and pattern stash, not kept my mom's patterns, and given away unidentifiable sewing equipment, including a walking foot etc.
The good news is that at the moment, I was excited about giving and they were excited about receiving those gifts. That's exactly what they were, "Gifts." After this therapy session, I've realized that as time goes by, everything is leaving slowly. It's been twenty-four years since her life as a seamstress came to an end. While sewing, I often think, "Mom would not believe that I am now doing what she did on a daily basis."
Yes, I still have yellowed elastic that doesn't spring back, but does it count that I threw some of it away this week? Anyway, these are some of many of her things that I thought you might like to see.
Do you think prices have changed?
Notice that this price is for 5 yards.
I'll definitely use these soon!
How long did it take this to yellow?
I'd love to find my thread at these prices!
Yes, the zipper and the instructions fit into this tiny container.
1.MARKS 2.Gingher 3.SESAM Brazil 4. can't read 5.CASE