I liked this one because I remembered Daddy Nick had been in the Army Air Corps during the war.
It's sometimes as easy as clicking your red-jeweled shoes together!
A long row of aprons for sale.
Carolyn had several bird houses for sale, too, in different styles and colors.
I think these were pot holders, but each one was hand-sewn and appliqued.
Crocheted dish cloths or pot holders. The very smallest rosette ones have a particular name but I can't remember it. I have a few small antique ones like that I got from Aunt Clara and Arie's store many years ago. (They're round and shaped like flowers, even with green crocheted petals.)
Sher gave me an apron of Goobie's several years ago and I had it framed in a shadow-box and hung it beside the washer. I also have one of Mama Nick's that's been well-used (from when I did cook) and I've had it about as long as Paul and I have been married. I need to hand-wash, iron and display it. Either Mama Nick or Mother Ruth (her mother) made it. About twenty years ago for Christmas, I made Mama Nick an apron with rows of pleats around the bottom edge. She still wore it at Christmas time when she cooked breakfast, and David even wore it year before last when he and I made Christmas Breakfast.
Sher and I each bought about a yard of very soft vintage cream-colored cotton, muslin or linen, for $3 each. I have no idea what I'll do with it, but it had such a good texture.
To be continued...