Don’t Eat Here. Ever.

Mail art postcard from March, 2016. Various materials on recycled cardboard, 6″ x 4.25″.

Post Card spirit figure and stove 3-16 small

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12 thoughts on “Don’t Eat Here. Ever.

  1. Claudia McGill Post author

    Yes, somehow I had a few from my mother’s stash, I don’t know where I saved them from. She made all our clothes in the 1960’s and had a file cabinet full. This one is for dolls, though, I don’t remember her making doll clothes, but she must have.

  2. memadtwo

    I just gave away the last of my patterns. I made all my clothes in high school…and then I went to FIT and that did it for me with sewing clothes. I guess I made a few things for my girls, but mostly my mother sewed for them, thank goodness!

  3. Claudia McGill Post author

    I learned to sew and made lots of clothes for myself and my son and my husband up until about 20 years ago, and then – clothing got so much cheaper it was not worth the effort to do something I didn’t enjoy that much. Did save me a lot of money at one time, but not in today’s world. The patterns make great collage paper, though.

  4. Claudia McGill Post author

    Maybe I was channeling my pent-up feeling about sewing (despite it being an activity of the distant past, mostly, I think the last time I made something with a pattern was about 15 years ago). Or else the pattern paper remembering me and how I (haphazardly) cut out the fabric (because I was impatient)…!!!

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