Very Small Smalls

Scraps

Mudlark found a heap of scraps…

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fancy

…she fancied this pretty tape…

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Lace

…and Guttersnipe found a little bit of lovely lace.

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choice

They both stared meaningfully at me…

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snip, cut, shape

…until I snipped…

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stitch

…and stitched.

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Mine

Mudlark was extremely happy with her new smalls, but Guttersnipe stamped her foot until I took her scrap of lace and sewed her a pair  as well.

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Tricky

Guttersnipe says that not having elbows makes putting on pants a little tricky!

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Small

But look!  Decent at last!

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8 thoughts on “Very Small Smalls

    • Thanks! Mudlark’s name is because her china head was found by a mudlarker in England, and then Guttersnipe’s name just came to me as a perfect companion’s name! You cheer me up too!

  1. The cool breezes that may have made their way up to tender spots are now being warded off. It is so wonderful to feel fully clothed as Mudlark and Guttersnipe indicated and, you’ve done it so artfully. Thank you for the creative cheer.

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