While writing about kitsch may seem like a lot of monkey business, we take our blogging rather seriously. Well, maybe it would be more precise to say, “We are very ethical about our publishing of silly stuff.” ‘Cuz we are.
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Reviews: We do accept product for review, so long as the products are related to kitsch, pop culture, vintage collectibles, etc. When we accept review product we will provide our usual honest reviews — and we will disclose in any review in which the product was sent free for review purposes just who sent it.
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2 thoughts on “Do Business”
Hello, I am long-time seamstress/costumer and over time have accumulated any number of sewing related things in various categories.
Re-evaluating leads to reducing what takes up my space.
I have 2 copies of Virginia Larkin’s ‘Petite Bazaar Knitting Book.
1. Book Three Knits to Fit 8, 9, 10 and 12 Inch Dolls
red cover lettering 1963 Scottsbluff, Nebraska
2. Book Three All Patterns Fit All 4 Doll Sizes
black cover lettering 1963 Loveland, Colorado.
Do you ever buy the booklets I have?
Hi Jill, I might be interested… I’ll send you an email :)