But things change, and Heather's keen eye is no exception. This, gentle reader, is no stationery:
Heather gave a little history:
"Antimacassars came into popularity in the Victorian era. Women spent countless hours crafting these beautiful pieces, each stitched by hand in a manner that no machine could ever replicate. Delicate, beautiful and unique like tactile snowflakes, they are a great example of something utilitarian made beautiful by skilled hands.
"My mission is to find these forgotten textiles and give them an entirely new, glamorous life."
What happens next?
"I dye each one with professional grade dyes that form a permanent, molecular bond to the fibers. These dyes will not fade or rub off. The piece is then finished with a simple chain or clasp and a single, vintage glass bead."