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March 12, 2018


Mary Lou Egan

Oh, Mille Bornes! I remember playing that. I might have to get one. Projects look doable. Except maybe that 40's dress...soooo many pieces!


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I must admit its very satisfying in more ways than one -- to say, coup-fourré!But the dress doesnt have nearly as many pieces as the quilt, and of course they are full-sized!Jeanne


I have never heard of those games; they seem to have gone out of fashion now but I do recall many evenings, in my youth, spent playing.

I like your ideas for sewing, particularly the Edwardian Pinafore. I have a similar one which I wear when making bread - so old fashioned that it has ric-rack braid on it.

I am very taken with your little locomotive, I do have a fondness for trains.

Have a jolly weekend m'dear.

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