Sewing history in sleepy Wollombi

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} catch(err) {} In sleepy Wollombi, is a small museum with a great sewing display. I’m not a history buff but these machines are over 150 years old. To think that we’re still dealing with unpicking and readjusting seams and hemline – just like many sewers before us.

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