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Hooking with gentle colours, Thursday live: Episode 164

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Hooking with gentle colours, Thursday live: Episode 164
  • Angela Jorgensen
Comments 19
  • Joni Black
    Joni Black

    The oldest thing in my closet is my christening gown. It was my Dad’s so it is 96 years old. I kept it because it came from my parents homeland Belgium and it is handmade with Bruges lace and silk embroidery. It is a beautiful piece of needlework and meant a lot to the family.

  • Cecelia DesPortes
    Cecelia DesPortes

    The oldest garment in my closet is a petite blouse that was hand stitched by my petite great-grandmother in Oslo, Norway. Probably from the late 1800s.

  • Margaret Eldridge
    Margaret Eldridge

    My saddle shoes and poodle skirt from the fifties.

  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    I have my wedding gown,50 years next Aug. 17th.My first dolly and the original catalog it was in the year of my birth,and a sweater mom knit many years ago.

  • Simone Montgomery
    Simone Montgomery

    I have a pair of wooden clogs from the 70’s and an old pair of houndstooth checked patterned tights from the 60’s ( repaired through the years with clear nail polish) and the very old silver thimble and case from my grandmother from 1900.

  • Jackie Sharp
    Jackie Sharp

    Good morning from the PNW, Washington State.

  • Margaret Blank
    Margaret Blank

    The oldest thing in my closet is my wedding dress (1975), but elsewhere in my home I’ve stored my christening gown and bonnet, and at least one wee dress made for me when I was born, along with four very early toys — a teddy bear, a stuffed lamb (from France), an early jointed doll and a Betsy-Wetsy doll! I’m just sentimental about old things that are part of my history.

  • Christine Tiessen
    Christine Tiessen

    I have a pair of Hawaiian shorts from my first year of university in 1983. I haul them out once a summer to wear for fun. My family rolls their collective eyes at me, but the shorts bring back great memories.

  • Christine Schutz
    Christine Schutz

    My mother’s sweater from the 1950’s.

  • Debbie
    Debbie

    I have a pair of boots that are 34 years old. I love them and can’t quite bring myself to get rid of them!

  • Karen Croxall
    Karen Croxall

    My band jacket and my own baby booties. I’m 63

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    good morning!

  • Karen Croxall
    Karen Croxall

    Hi you cut out Deanne, what did you say about the large ki?

  • Margaret Blank
    Margaret Blank

    I’ve finally caught you live — good morning! (It’s 8:13 a.m. here in Alberta.) About old jewellry: I have several old rings. My maternal grandma’s engagement ring (1910) is my engagement ring. My father died when my mother was expecting me; the gold band he gave her when they married was my wedding band. I still wear it on my pinky finger (It shrunk!) and now I also have the engagement ring my father gave my mom (1940). I have other old jewellry too — favourites include two large silver pins I use on shawls.

    Right now I’m hooking something I’ve designed myself; I got some more greens from you to do it. I’ll post photos on the FB group as I go. On Thanksgiving Monday my kids came, and were curious about the 2 small pieces I’ve hooked. My daughter was particularly interested, so I showed her how it’s done. A seed has been planted… Thanks for all you do to inspire us!

  • Danielle Marois
    Danielle Marois

    J’adore ces couleurs !

  • Christine Schutz
    Christine Schutz

    Good morning from Washington State

  • Anne  Bird
    Anne Bird

    Good morning from Kentucky

  • Karen Croxall
    Karen Croxall

    Bonjour Danielle and friends. Coming from Uxbridge, Ontario

  • Danielle Marois
    Danielle Marois

    Bonjour de Venise-en-Quebec

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