If someone can make a shirt using rope, they are the perfect person to interview about favorite t-shirts of all time. That person is Victoria Walsh, the Macrame Momma.
Fresh of the launch of her line of macrame clothing, the topic of shirts came up. They’re artifacts of our past and sometimes our present. We wear them with pride or sometimes bury them in a drawer out of embarrassment. But we can’t get rid of them.
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