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Even Cowgirls Like to Sew by TrulyFelt on Etsy, $7.00

Even Cowgirls Like to Sew by TrulyFelt on Etsy, $7.00

Winter Holiday

Winter Holiday

Book printies freebie by Carrie Lavender 2011 - this particular image has had the 'personal use only' watermark removed by a third party, how charitable.

Book printies freebie by Carrie Lavender 2011 - this particular image has had the 'personal use only' watermark removed by a third party, how charitable.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Poems. London: F. S. Ellis, 1870 Binding: Cobden-Sanderson

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Poems. London: F. S. Ellis, 1870 Binding: Cobden-Sanderson

Sweet junk journals made from vintage sewing patterns.  I used "The Cinch" to bind the coffee stained pages.  Many "sewing themed" embellishments and tags on the inside.  Watch the video and be inspired!

Sweet junk journals made from vintage sewing patterns. I used "The Cinch" to bind the coffee stained pages. Many "sewing themed" embellishments and tags on the inside. Watch the video and be inspired!

This reminds me of classic literature without reading the content because the pattern and the colour is romantic. It represents metaphor of a lady living near the lake and that's why I like this cover this much,                                                                                                                                                      Más

This reminds me of classic literature without reading the content because the pattern and the colour is romantic. It represents metaphor of a lady living near the lake and that's why I like this cover this much, Más

THE GRAPES OF WRATH BY JOHN STEINBECK (1939) Despite the book being championed by the literary elite, it was publicly banned in the US and burned en masse by the general population. People were shocked by its description of the poor, which Steinbeck later admitted was a sanitized version of what was really going on in these remote communities.

THE GRAPES OF WRATH BY JOHN STEINBECK (1939) Despite the book being championed by the literary elite, it was publicly banned in the US and burned en masse by the general population. People were shocked by its description of the poor, which Steinbeck later admitted was a sanitized version of what was really going on in these remote communities.

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