And More TRANSFORMATIONS
Nana made Disney sweatshirts to wear with their denim jackets. The boys grew up and now their children have totes made from those special clothes.
thirty years ago on a summer's outing.
to have two children.
are now duffle and tote.
hubby's polo shirt and gray pants.
the gray pants.
a floral blazer.
a journal and other writing supplies.
buttons on the bottom.
and a cushion cover from his favorite chair.
the stripes go the opposite way.
for optimum toting.
and her woolen vest from long ago.
a shoulder strap, and short handles.
for much more travel.
t-shirt and shorts.
the pocket from the shorts.
from a NH vacation.
an apron and a sheet.
not to wear, but to carry.
A deceased husband's favorite shirt and pants.
A jacket from a past life is repurposed.
A change in decor resulted in pillow shams that no longer fit the new look.
Grandfather's tie and remains of a cushion from his favorite chair.
A mother, who passed from this earth, left her warm fleece robe, and her woolen vest from when she was sixteen.
A T-shirt and shorts from a wonderful NH vacation.
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What do an apron and a sheet have in common? Totes with Tales provides the answer.