My New Sewing Friend

As many would appreciate our shape changes over the years and we find that a pattern needs to be tweaked more than it used to be. Gone is the day when I could whip up a pattern in an afternoon and only adjust the length.  While sewing skills improve over time, I still struggle withContinue reading “My New Sewing Friend”

Borrowing from our Children

Up until the industrial revolution, the pace of change in the world had been fairly sedate.  Since then and in particular since the end of World War II this pace accelerated and continues to accelerate. I think upon the lifetime of Hazel, born at a time of horse and buggy and corsets; when Banjo PattersonContinue reading “Borrowing from our Children”