Mr. G and I took a little road trip and found a business selling some books for 1$ each.
I picked up this book thinking, "patterns."
there were patterns!
They looked to be the size of doll dresses,
so I looked no further.
However, when I got home,
I had a great memory discovery
of back in the days when I spent about 2 hours on Saturday mornings
watching our state PBS station, KET
when they broadcasted "Sewing with Nancy" and "Martha Pullen's Sewing Room"
along with "Georgia Bonesteel's Lap Quilting" and maybe Kaye Wood.
I was very pleasantly surprised when I opened to the title page and saw that
Martha Pullen had auto graphed this book.
Great memories of this lady sharing "Heirloom" techniques
using a sewing machine instead of hand sewing flooded my mind.
I also have a book autographed by Georgia Bonesteel I accidentally found a few years ago.
I couldn't have afforded either of these books back when they were first published,
nor been able to go to a book signing.
(Books weren't autographed then and sent out to various bookstores like today.)
Good memories of back in the day when I started learning all the tips
about sewing and quilting.