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early 20th century, Tennessee --- Violet Walling Knitting Mittens

early century, Tennessee --- Violet Walling Knitting Mittens --- Image by ?

woman carding, tennessee,1935.  I have my Great grandmothers Cards. When I was a kid I helped her do the carding . She did some rally fine tatting and crocheting.

woman carding, I have my Great grandmothers Cards. When I was a kid I helped her do the carding . She did some rally fine tatting and crocheting.

Confederate prisoners of war at Rock Island. They were originally from the 20th Tennessee Infantry and were likely captured at Missionary Ridge. The soldier on the far left is thought to be Sgt. Joseph Kennedy Marshall of D Company.

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ¥ Confederate soldiers thought to be of the Tennessee Infantry taken at Rock Island prison sometime during the winter of

cabin in Tennessee Photographer Jack Stoddart Opens

This is a vintage photograph from Jack Stoddard called “Hermit’s House,” taken in 1972 and is a Sepia-toned photograph. The photo is part of the Plateau Collection in the Tennessee State Museum.

These mittens are named after a wonderful cat who is long gone from the world but never from my heart. Zammet was a slender, elegant girl with an enormous heart. She loved her two-legged family, and her favourite way of expressing this devotion was by kneading, hence the many paw prints in the pattern. :-)

Zammet mittens pattern by Maria Lärkäng

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