“Rose-coloured silk was stretched from the panelling up to the heavy frieze, consisting of "swags" of fruit and foliage modelled in high relief, and brilliantly coloured in their natural hues.”
“Then came a time of great excitement and laughing and talking, for all the "swags" had to be packed and apportioned for the very long and steep ascent before us.”
“We did not start until the next day, as we had to hunt up side-saddles, and I had to sew a few yards of grey linsey into a riding-skirt; but by the following day we were all ready, and our "swags" packed and strapped to the saddles by nine o'clock.”
“All these packings and repackings, and the comfortable adjustment of the "swags," occupied a long time, so it was past five when we began our climb, and half-past six when we reached the top of the hill, and getting so rapidly dark that we had to hurry our preparations for the night, though we were all so breathless that a "spell" (do you know that means _rest_?) would have been most acceptable.”
“swags" at Mac Mac the day we started, Maclean's and mine tipped the scale at fifty-six pounds each.”
“swags," and to poor F--- was assigned the heaviest and most difficult load of all -- the water.”
“What we mean is how most swags, distance in between swags, volume of fabric left to bend during a ends, any a single some-more sum similar to ruffles, piping, trims, etc. we drew mine out upon paper as good as changed a dimensions multiform times prior to settling.”
“Beginning sewers, place your ring fasten inside of 2 of a corner of a shade as good as afterwards order a rest of a shade up evenly in to swags of in between 12 as good as 18.”
“Cascade shades have no rods; they simply allow a rings as good as strings to lift them up in soft, gentle swags.”
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