“I want to honor women who fought their entire lives to open the doors for women like me. Women who still don’t have enough space in history books.”
May we all take inspiration from Caroline Wells Chandler's genderfluid "Beach Bois."
My interest in old-fashioned crafts comes from generations past. I spent my first days wrapped up in an afghan made by my great-aunt. My mom is the proud owner of a quilt made by my great-great grandmother.
"My 16 y.o. daughter bought this thing," she wrote. "It is ridiculously small and I probably couldn't legally post a picture
Joan Thomas, the only female working with eight guys who had rather atrocious ideas of what was funny. I was the ringleader.
It wasn't until I turned 50, many years after my beloved grandmother had passed on from Alzheimer's, that I decided to step into my local knitting store and finally get that lesson. To say that I am hooked is an understatement.
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