The Last Windrow: A farm memory: 'The sewing room'
We called it “the sewing room.” It was a small room in the southwest corner of our farmhouse. It had one window facing due south and it was also used to store coats, hats and other items we didn’t wear every day.
The tiny room was about six by six-feet in size, but it provided a service to our farm family that proved both practical and crucial.
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