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I would like to see some more text for this. Although Alice has an interesting approach, I have never come across that terminology.
17:35 Apr 12, 2005
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Explanation: to "stoppe" is to mend as in mending clothes, and to "lappe" is to patch clothes. And I suppse you can sit in this café and be reminded of the good, old mending days. ;)
Alice Wolfe, DDS United States Local time: 01:06 Works in field Native speaker of: Danish PRO pts in category: 8
Thanks very much, Alice!
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sewing circle // workshop (US)
Explanation: In checking the web site from the historical museum, I believe this is a get-together to reuse old material, and in this case with mostly women doing these repair/rejuvenating projects with sewing, it might be called sewing circle