Another day

I amn’t abandoning Syd Rabbit (or any of my other projects) on purpose, but I still haven’t got around to stuffing his body, and thus can’t easily move on. Which isn’t a very good excuse, really. I doubt I’ll manage to get to the knitting etc group tomorrow, either, unfortunately, as I’ll probably be in work late.

205. The Story of Costume by John Peacock

There’s not much that’s new in this book, but it’s clear and pleasant to peruse, and a very good starting place for children interested in the topic. Text is kept to a reasonable minimum, and there’s an effort to show children’s dress here and there.


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