Jessica found this incredibly steampunk Norman pattern and wonders if anyone has information they can share about Mrs. N.R. Norman, inventress. This is Centennial Pattern No. 8, for those keeping score at home, and is from the 1890s. It may be a St. Louis company — it's marked St. Louis. Any information? Please leave a comment! (Here's a .)
Speaking of comments, Becky O. left one on Friday pointing us to this by about the different on-demand fabric printers. Exhaustive and well-researched, definitely worth checking out.
Kate found the (not dress) I was thinking of. Great for Rolling Stones fans!
Kristen sent this link to . So cool. (Although probably itchy.)
sent me a link to book. (It's a book about different attachments FOR your machine, not about fostering your attachment TO your machine.) I have purchased mine, will review when I get it!
Lucy (who is the person behind Home Movie Day London) sent this link to a digitised (British spelling, in Lucy's honour). Lovely!
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