Make do and mend book

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Make Do and Mend: Keeping Family and Home Afloat on War Rations by Jill Norman

July 23, by tomofholland. This is not a blog post about mending books, but a post about some of my favourite books about mending. I favour old books as they tend to go more in-depth, and usually have many repair approaches depending on the fabric and what needs repairing. A call to arms for all my mending comrades, I think Mend It! As it states on the cover, it is pretty much complete, and deals with many repair jobs. It has clear instructions with a mix of graphics and photographs. The introduction sets the scene for all of my mending books:.
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Make Do And Mend

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  1. Recently I have been reading a book on Make Do and Mend , the skills and techniques employed by women in the UK during the Second World War to cope with the hardships that were enforced upon them, and have subsequently found myself struck by a similar feeling.

  2. The 'Make Do & Mend' campaign was intended to help get the last possible ounce book were tested and approved by the Board of Trade Make Do and Mend.

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