She lived nearly 90 years and during that time moved from Nebraska to Idaho to Seattle and finally Santa Fe, after New Mexicowhere she remained until her death.
She was a superb seamstress and used her skills to make most of the family clothes. Nothing was ever wasted and in these pieces she were many bits and pieces of laces - some hand made and some commercially made. She sew, embroider, look for the garden and cook. She was skilled at them all. She was also very skilled at crochet.
These pieces of terneriffe are from Pam Harris Grammie's old steamer trunk that remained at Santa Fe.
|Lacemaker: born Macie Alice Heater|