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Sewing is the craft of fastening or attaching objects using stitches made with a needle and thread. Sewing is one of the oldest of the textile arts, arising in the Paleolithic era.
“ But dear, you hate to sew. I will be married soon. Lady Thiel says a woman with needlework in her hands is generally assumed to have no other thoughts in her head and can safely harbor any number of improprieties. That will come in handy, especially when I'm married to a wizard. ...more ”
“ I am reminded that every day I have the chance to pick up a needle and some thread and add to the story. To stitch together something beautiful and unique, to patch a small scrap of fabric to the story, to the Story of God, that will be retold again and again for all of eternity. ”
Just a group of friends who love to read and to craft. A new work-in-progress. We do not meet in…more
[close] Just a group of friends who love to read and to craft. A new work-in-progress. We do not meet in real life (may never have met at all). A regular hodgepodge of interests.
123 members, last active 6 years ago
A group for artists who love sewing, dying, weaving, or anything textile related!
[close] A group for artists who love sewing, dying, weaving, or anything textile related!
10 members, last active 4 years ago
[close] A community meeting place to share books and ideas about traditional hand crafts and the human and community-building benefits of practicing traditional hand crafts in our modern time.
1 member, last active 3 years ago
For anybody going through the handicrafts books etc. for the home economics curriculum "Training…more
[close] For anybody going through the handicrafts books etc. for the home economics curriculum "Training Our Daughters to be Keepers at Home" by Ann Ward.
1 member, last active 5 years ago