Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Today, people learn home decorating from HGTV and cooking from the Food Network. But from the '50s to the '80s, novices learned how to sew from the books of Adele P. Margolis.
Now 97, the Weston resident has reissued a book of techniques that the children and grandchildren of her first readers will still find useful; and she is preparing a new one to help her long-time fans tailor clothing to the quirks of physique that come with age.
Read more of Stephanie Siek's story in tomorrow's Globe West.