>Warm Scarves, Caps, and Sweaters- 1910s

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If you saw my last post on Gift Certificates available in my shop now, you might recognize the top of this page!  Isn’t this delightful?  All the lovely colors and patterns- I’m having a hard time choosing a favorite, though I particularly love the blue and white checkered scarf and the fuzzy white scarf with bands of color.
Can you believe Christmas is just over a week away?  What happened to December?  Pretty soon I’ve got to find spare time to get some Christmas baking done, and if I’m lucky I might *just* be able to squeeze in some last minute sewing!
Hope your holiday plans are going well, and that you all had a lovely Thursday!

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4 Responses to >Warm Scarves, Caps, and Sweaters- 1910s

  1. >Oh, these gals are just darling!! I love the burgundy "worsted Navajo" and "warm Pickford cap"!!! I just finished my first round of Christmas baking. Now, just have to give it all away to avoid temptation!! xoxo

  2. >Ooh, they're all so warm and pretty looking! I can't decide which one I want the most!

  3. >Ugh…I'll love this post come June, but right now, it's a hot summer day in NZ and the thought of all that fabric is horrid!

  4. >cool! I love hearing the history of things I use all the time. and I wear scarves a lot!

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