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January 10, 2008

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amy

that is amazing and lovely!

Cindy

So sweet! I had to giggle when I read that you wore it until you were 10! Kids are so funny. So nice that you did not ever throw it away. Keep it hung up somewhere where you can enjoy it still. These little reminders of our own carefreeness of childhood are rare, if you are like me anyway. Hugs, Cindy

Becky

You can try vintage textile soak. It is at www.vintagetextilesoak.com
That is whaty my mom used on things that belonged to my great grandmother.

By the way cute sweater.

Danette

It's beautiful. How wonderful that you have kept it all of these years.

nonnie

Oh wow, I can see exactly why you loved it so much. It is absolutely beautiful. How lovely that you have kept it all these years. If I was you I would want to display it in some way now, on a pretty hanger. It's the most perfect object. Actually, I would happily wear something like that myself now!

macati

oh, I understand your love for it! mybe for a granddaughter?
:)

Casey

What a beautiful treasure to rediscover!! I love that it is such a personal piece... something that you have kept all this time! :)

Rosie

A sweet story for this perfect little sweater. Maybe a granddaughter will wear it someday :-)

Jan

I can see why it was a favorite. Those little rosettes and the pompom-ish stitches (I think they call them *nupps*)...charming!
There is a product available for gently brightening yellowed linens. I'll see if I can find some info and get back to you.

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