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xenia katie

Pretty incredible. I can't even begin to imagine what kind of folks these tailors have to deal with each day. Hats off, indeed-- such talent (and forbearance!).

addy

Ya I can sew a button - you should see my attempts at curtains :) Hats off to the talented and tested experts....

Brandy

I'm like you. I blend in; people don't notice me and I prefer it that way. It allows me to watch those around me. I've never utilized the talents of a tailor, but from your words your tailor sounds like a miracle worker with the patience of job.

ek

Utterly inspired - lovely, lovely writing! thank you for sharing a glimpse into this world!!

kyooty

Very true. I think hairdressers are also hope!

Mary @ A Simple Twist of Faith

I know this tailor, she is very good.

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