Creative Living

Season 75, Episode 5 of 26

Dorothy Brown is going to talk about non-traditional sashiko which is an old Japanese embroidery technique used to strengthen fabric or to mend them. It was traditionally used on indigo fabric. Today sashiko is a decorative embroidery stitch done on one layer of fabric. Brown owns International Fabric Collection. Elizabeth Somer, a registered dietitian and author, will give us the low-down on what foods and nutrients can help to protect your brain and keep you smart today and down the road. She's a part of the Beautiful Minds program. Marjolaine Walker is the owner and designer of Twelve Stones Scrapbooking. She's going to show how to decorate a monthly calendar page with stickers and other scrapbooking supplies. She'll also show how to make a dashboard with an inspirational message.

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