““We need to clean this and then resew the wound,” I said.”
“Which meant resewing the seams on either side of the center front and back piece had already put in the pockets, too, so I didn't want to resew those seams.”
“It's not as if you can rip them apart at the seams and resew.”
“I had to recut, and resew it, and the second effort was not as good as the first.”
“Every so often, I layed them out and occasionally would unpick one seam and resew a different set.”
“There was no use trying to resew the cushion in the dark.”
“She'll cut the capeline and resew it with trims to create a unique shape, or to affix a more decorative brim.”
“I found myself spending a lot of time ripping stitches and having to resew many a seam.”
“I think about what people did during the Depression, and people would never do that now -- former businessmen selling apples on the side of the corner, or ripping apart clothes to resew new ones.”
“These include a collection of single socks I kept in hopes their mates would miraculously materialize from under my bed or somewhere; MoonPies almost a year past their expiration date -- a horrible waste, but the taste isn't worth the calories at this point, and it's my own fault for not treating myself to them more often; a purse with a broken handle I've always meant to resew, but then I don't love the purse enough to bother; books* I'm never going to read, let's be honest, or don't like enough to justify the space on my shelves; and so on and so forth.”
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