Thursday, January 3, 2019

The Throw

A friend asked my opinion of a suggested sewing project for an economical throw. Few of the current uses and materials make sense to my experience of an old house and the damp chill of Western Washington. In these parts, the finest mohair is the best deal. One is good for thirty years at least. A second best value is ready-made from The Oregon Round-up Blanket Company, especially on sale right after Christmas. As I type, I'm looking at a car blanket that's been in service since 1958. Except for a treasure of hand knitting or crochet, anything else just complicates housework without producing any R or emergency value -30-  

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