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Pretty in Pink


The Mama loved to sew dresses for me in pink when I was in elementary school. I didn't care too much for the color, but because I wasn't interested in looking at fabric back then, she bought what she liked. Long story short, once I got to a point where I began choosing materials or ready-made clothes, I avoided pink.

Then somewhere in my late 40s, I thought the color pink is fresh. It's bold. It's got pizazz. It's joyful. It's happy. Again, long story short, I think I'll put some pink in the tunic I am going to sew soon.


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  1. Those flowers sure are lovely . . . . I like thinking about you sewing - and making one of a kind wearable art . . Priceless.

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    1. I was looking at rayon prints online last night. Methinks, though, that I'll just go through my cotton stash and pull something together.

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  2. Beautiful flowers! I am like you-I was never into pink but I buy the colour now and like it although Blue is still my favourite. I disliked anything grey since our school uniforms were grey pants/skirts. I avoided that colour like the plague but now I love the colour

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    1. I think of grey as being a soft, cozy color. When I was a younger thing, I had this idea of sewing a grey A-line shift with a Peter Pan collar and nice side pockets. Gotta have pockets.

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    2. Life isn't worth living if you don't have pocketses.

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    3. One of these days I'm going to get me one of those vests with 100s of pockets. Between that vest and a good-size purse, I bet I could travel anywhere.

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  3. A great color, pink. It has great power. It used to
    seperate the girls from the boys but no more.

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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