Handmade Stories: My Great Grandma’s Knitting

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  1. yvonne says:

    Such a wonderful photo! Your great grandmother is in your heart and you are honoring her so graciously. Thanks so much for sharing this….it brought a tear to my eye.

  2. Debbie Baldwin says:

    Such a lovely face, Such a lovely knitwear!Share their gratitude.Whenever we touch that core of goodness, we feel moved.

  3. phu khoa says:

    thank for share, It is a moving story

  4. Warm story and cute knitting, thanks for posting this, i know your feeling

  5. pha thai says:

    Thanks for share; good luck!

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  9. Lily says:

    I love this slipper. and want to learn how to make it ?could you teach me ? thank you !

  10. A&F says:

    What a happy family portrait!

  11. This makes me wonder how much of the “certain age” notion just comes down to attitude and outlook? We have a woman in our guild who is in her 80s, and she’s always keeping up with yarn trends, taking every knitting class she can, and knitting the latest Stephen West shawl. I totally want to be her someday!
    A setting and modelchange,would help emphasize the difference.

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