Hope You Enjoy!
It has been quite a while since I have written. I have had a lot of family issues that have prevented me from doing much on the site. I did, when I had a little free time, put up some articles that I had stashed away to use for such times. They came in quite handy.
If you have emailed me with a question and/or a comment recently, I have not replied. I am very sorry but I did not have time to go through my email and take care of family matters. I could give tell you all the things that have happened but it would sound as if I was feeling sorry for myself. I will say, however, many of the issues are not resolved, so therefore, I will not be able to post as often. I will try very hard to answer the emails I have or get but please be patient. I do appreciate you contacting me.
That said, here are a few things that have been put on the site since the last ezine. There are probably more but since many were put up between this emergency or that emergency, I forgot to write it down. If you havenít been there for a while, check out the site. Youíre bound to find something new or at least something interesting.
This Victorian flower pot design was based upon the love of Egyptian artwork that pervaded the Victorian era. Easy and fast to do, using todayís paints, you could whip out a few of these in no time. Victorian Flower Pot
Victorian Ticking work imitated the bright and elaborate embroideries of Arabia, Turkey and Persia. It was well loved because of how quickly and easily it could be done and still produce stunningly beautiful articles. Victorian Ticking Work
Knitted Reins for Children? Are you kidding? Devised and used by Victorian ladies. See what it is all about here. Knitted Reins for Children
Chatelaine Pockets - Here are two beautiful Chatelaine Pockets dated 1882. These would look as lovely to carry today as they were then. Chatelaine Pockets
That's it for this newsletter.
Until next time....
With warmest regards,
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