When Mother Lets Us Sew

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Moffat, Yard, 1910 - Home economics - 83 pages
 

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Page 3 - Think how nice it would be, when mother is busy with her sewing and mending, to sit beside her on a little low chair and help her with that big sewing...
Page 28 - I have a litle workbox that Grannie gave to me. It's pink and blue with ribbons, and lots inside to see. 'For my busy little seamstress,' said Grannie, low and sweet, 'And my dear, 'twill please me, if you keep it nice and neat!
Page 24 - Hemming, mother tells me, Must be neat and very fine, The stitches small and even, All in a nice, straight...
Page 42 - I'm only a little girl, you see, So don't expect too much of me.
Page 3 - One could learn how to sew a button on brother Tom's shirt, mend a tear neatly in little sister's apron...
Page 12 - I'ma grown-up woman, With my hair up on my head, I'll sit and sew 'til very late And never go to bed!

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