Antoinette's 1964 Featherweight sewing machine from her Grandmother.
Antoinette's Grandmother surprised her with this handmade doll on her 5th birthday.
She says some day when she has daughters, Lord willing, they will get to play with this doll like she did when she was young. Until then, this little dollie will wait patiently for her new playmates.
Be sure to visit LDH's blog and see how incredibly gifted she is in the art of crocheting.
Look for her Etsy store in her sidebar.
You're right, it's seems that way. But I am hopeful it will not die out.
It's so wonderful to here a testimony like this!
Lady Farmer made this beautiful dedication gown for her granddaughters. Guess what she made it from?
It was lovingly created from her own wedding gown!
Now, is that special?
These precious nighties were also made by Lady Farmer's daughter.
This quilt was pieced by Camille's Great Grandmother with flour sacks and later finished by her Grandmother. What a beautiful family heirloom!