Thursday, February 25, 2010


From Needlework and Crafts: Every Woman's Book on the Arts of Plain Sewing, Embroidery, Dressmaking, and Home Crafts, by Irene Davison, Agnes M. Miall, and R. K. and M. I. R. Polkinghorne:

But sea-grass has many advantages over rush: (I) It is much tougher and easier to use than rush, as it is already twisted in a two-ply manner.

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