6. Traditional Crafts: Dorset Buttons, Tatting, and Historical Garments
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Welcome to episode six of A Proper DBE Podcast brought to you by Daughters of the British Empire. 

The Daughters of the British Empire is a 501(c)3 nonprofit American society of women of British or Commonwealth birth or ancestry. We share and promote our heritage while supporting local charities and our senior facilities across the United States. 

We are a diverse group of women standing together in friendship and charity, joined by a common bond - the Commonwealth of Nations, learning and growing together. 

In this episode, host Georgia Abrams is joined by the following guests:

  • Louise Churchill - Mary Wollstonecraft, Colorado
  • Eileen Eddy - Sir James M. Barrie, Ohio
  • Alanna Eddy - Sir James M. Barrie, Ohio
  • Niki Russell - Somerset House, Kansas

This is the first of many episodes to come all about traditional crafts. We're talking about lace, buttons, and what past queens of Britain may have worn during their time on their throne. 

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Theme music: https://megamusicmonkey.com/free-music-royal-tea-party-song-30-second-creative-commons/

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