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The purchase of two vintage dollies brought not only a bit of cheer one September afternoon, but a surprise as well. Hiding under the cloak of a simple pipe-cleaner doll was a wee felt basket containing a Mercury dime from 1944!

It is a very simple basket…and an enormous amount of money for one little doll. The Wiregrass Hitties and Mad for the Farthing Crowd thought, they too, could make use of such handy little conveyance and contrived to make a pattern.

Felt Surprise Basket

An intriguing surprise in a very small package…what a story there might be!

A bit of felt from a thrifted Pendleton skirt, scraps of embroidery thread from past projects and a few beads made the perfect little basket to carry the “sixpence” from Grandmother’s bridal shoe.

Felt Surprise Basket Tottie

“and a sixpence in her shoe”


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This Fourth of July, we are mindful of those far from home, serving still to protect our liberties. Thank you, to you and your families.


~~~Little acts of service for those serving, whom we love~~~

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The brilliant morning brought dozens of fat, buzzy pollinators into the garden.  The locals were not easily taken in by Taffy’s “Bee Bum” Hat, however, and went about their vital task without much comment.

Bee Bum Hat

The “Bee Bum” Hat

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…World Naked Gardening Day.

Naked Gardening Day 2018

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Hittys durst not venture beyond this point…

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Who cares what they’re wearing
On Main Street,
Or Saville Row,
It’s what you wear from ear to ear
And not from head to toe
(That matters)

Annie Cityscape

Against the Cityscape of NYC, Hitty Agapanthus rehearses the dance break from “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile”.

Truth be told, Agapanthus does care what she’s wearing, every Hitty does. This particular pinafore is very dear to her because, in each tiny element gleaned from sewing room floors, it represents the delightful little “Orphans” from ESCC’s 2018 production of “Annie”:  Annie, Molly, Kate, Tessie, Pepper, July, Duffy, Dolly and Coralie.


You can see photos of ESCC’s “Annie” here.

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“Annie, Annie! You Filled Our Life With A Song!”

In the sewing room today, Raggedy Ann was feeling a little blue about her rôle in Enterprise State Community College’s production of “Annie”, that splendid musical about a plucky orphan during the Great Depression.  It will require some adjustments in her physique and costume, as well as some gymnastics that might tax even the most accomplished actor. Despite her trepidation, Raggedy Ann is full of heart.

Make Do and Mend

No lines, but a great opportunity to shine!

Knitnoid will be making his debut as the “Dead Mouse”, and is prone to get over-excited about his moment on the big stage. Both Raggedy and Agapanthus try to calm the young actor, hoping that all that restless energy can be subdued before the crucial scene. It wouldn’t do to have the dead mouse wiggle!


Nitnoid: of no consequence, minimal or not significant

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