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Her Hands, My Hands revisited.

Sunday, November 22, 2009
Posted in: Azteclady Speaks

You guys may remember that a while back I shared a lovely, lovely essay written by my daughter a couple of years ago.

Well, it so happens that I’ve just opened an Etsy store with the same name, Her Hands, My Hands.

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In it I sell quality, handcrafted knitwear, andΒ  I will be stocking the other sections of the store (virtually) with handmade bookmarks, embroidered placemats and napkins, etc., in the next few days.

As the holiday season is upon us, if you are looking for a unique, affordable gift for that special someone–or for yourself, for that matter–you may just find that perfect item right there. If you don’t see exactly what you are looking for, contact me about custom orders.

(Special thanks to Karen for allowing me to promote my store here. I return you now to your regularly scheduled programming.)


  • Congratulations once again on the launch of your Etsy store. What a beautiful and classy model you have there! πŸ˜€


  • Just curious…why can’t you sell to Florida?


  • Ms Leto, two words: sales tax (in other words, not a matter of “can’t” as much as “would rather not”)

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    But hey, if the person paying lives elsewhere, I would be delighted to ship to Florida–or anywhere else, for that matter! πŸ˜€


  • I understand. My family owns a business here!


  • I do love your work and am amazed by your talent. I suppose most people in Fl don’t need hats and scarves anyway…except tonight. I could have used some tonight. Brrr.–Julie


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