Hilary Hollingworth - artist
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Why I stitch as I do

Today I have posted another darn and thought that I would let you know why I stitch as I do.
My 'darned obsession' began when I was five and my teacher looked at the elbow of my cardigan and said to another teacher 
"what a beautiful darn". I was so proud of my mother and enjoyed the reflected glory. After that I learned to darn and the rest you can guess.
I don't intend to post my daily darns every day but in batches about every week but thought that I would send a few more today.
please as the photographs and work is all my own can I ask that you acknowledge this is you use them for anything. Many thanks Hilary.

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