Final results on amou

Final results on amou

Post by KELLY KENIST » Sun, 01 Oct 1995 04:00:00



  }  one alone. I saw one of Sara Shriver's canes at a craft fair. When sitting
  }  on it's big end, because of its color, it looked like one of those huge
  }  beige winter squash gourds with a big round base tapering up into a long
  }  neck at the other end. The base was approximately 8-9 inches across, while
  }  the other end tapered down to 1.5 - 2 inches across. It stood about 12
  }  inches tall. She'd apparently just pinch and pull on one end, then slice
  }  off what she needed.

Y'know, that's an interesting way of doing it...  Might solve the
problem for folks like me who have bad hands and uneven grasp and lose a
lot of product into the cane...

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