Sewing Heritage Sunday: Boy Sewing

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From the Life Picture Collection, by John Pillips, Ohio 1942.

While I couldn’t find out any details about the boy in this picture and why he’s sewing, I think this is proof positive that Ohio boys have been sewing for a long, long time. Right, Josh?

~Sarah

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  1. One thing you’ve got to remember about this time frame – large families where still normal. Mama didn’t have time to do everything (that sounds familiar), so all the kids were taught to do everything. My pastor is the youngest boy in his family and we’ve heard several times how his mother required all of the older boys to help with all of the baby girls (changing diapers, washing diapers, feeding, ironing, repairing rips and sewing on buttons, etc.).

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