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A legacy, stitched together

Adele Margolis taught generations how to sew; now 97, she's added poetry to her line of books

By Stephanie V. Siek
Globe Staff / December 28, 2006

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Today, people learn home decorating from HGTV and cooking from the Food Network. But from the 1950s to the '80s, novices learned how to sew from the books of Adele P. Margolis. (Full article: 1373 words)

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