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Cotton and Silk: Reflections of a Seamstress

Cotton and Silk: Reflections of a Seamstress

Feb 11, 2018-- "When someone asked me my profession, I tried to come up with an elaborate, elevated word for seamstress. And when I tried to describe what I did, people's eyes glazed over and I experienced a sad, lonely feeling. Well, you are what you are. Eventually, I discovered that the whole point of life is to know yourself. This long process has been, and is, much more interesting than trying to find myself in someone else's eyes." In this short piece Susan Vorbeck offers a riveting behind-the-scenes glimpse of a vanishing profession.
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