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kayte

I have the "make it with yarn and burlap" booklet too!! i love it so much.
i found your blog via susan, an old friend of mine.
it looks great!

minivanmomma

I love the flower wall hanging * go pink!

Arlene

Hi, Cathy

I was doing a search for Hazel Pearson and found your website. I wondered if her business was still operating. I actually worked for her once at a dealer open house and visited Aleene's when she lived in Temple City, CA. What I am looking for is the plaster heads and hand for the figure draped 3 kings - the 3 wisemen. Can you help? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

cathy of california

hi arlene,

how cool you got to work for hazel and meet aleene!

hazel pearson handicrafts is no longer in business. for all vintage craft supplies i point everyone in the directon of ebay!
good luck

Suzi Ostrom Blocker

I worked for Hazel Pearson in Rosemead, CA in 1967. I was a Sales Order Clerk and while working for Hazel Pearson Handicrafts I became "addicted" to crafts.

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