1 I can and I will, though I'm not fond of sewing.
2 It was uninteresting sewing, but tonight no one grumbled.
3 Jo helps me with the sewing, and insists on doing all sorts of hard jobs.
4 You know Mrs. Kirke wrote to you for some respectable young person to teach her children and sew.
5 All were busy at home, John absent till night, and nothing to do but sew, or read, or potter about.
6 Then tea must be got, errands done, and one or two necessary bits of sewing neglected until the last minute.
7 So she made her wedding gown herself, sewing into it the tender hopes and innocent romances of a girlish heart.
8 She started when spoken to, blushed when looked at, was very quiet, and sat over her sewing, with a timid, troubled look on her face.
9 Meg sat upon her cushion, sewing daintily with her white hands, and looking as fresh and sweet as a rose in her pink dress among the green.
10 Beth was soon able to lie on the study sofa all day, amusing herself with the well-beloved cats at first, and in time with doll's sewing, which had fallen sadly behind-hand.
11 As the height of luxury, Meg put out some of her sewing, and then found time hang so heavily, that she fell to snipping and spoiling her clothes in her attempts to furbish them up a la Moffat.
12 On the second Saturday after Jo got out of the window, Meg, as she sat sewing at her window, was scandalized by the sight of Laurie chasing Jo all over the garden and finally capturing her in Amy's bower.
13 A burnt offering has been made to vanity, this hardened palm has earned something better than blisters, and I'm sure the sewing done by these pricked fingers will last a long time, so much good will went into the stitches.
14 Meg rose as she spoke, and was just going to rehearse the dignified exit, when a step in the hall made her fly into her seat and begin to sew as fast as if her life depended on finishing that particular seam in a given time.
15 The parlor windows were closed and curtained, no picture of the pretty wife sewing on the piazza, in white, with a distracting little bow in her hair, or a bright-eyed hostess, smiling a shy welcome as she greeted her guest.
16 As for buttons, she soon learned to wonder where they went, to shake her head over the carelessness of men, and to threaten to make him sew them on himself, and see if his work would stand impatient and clumsy fingers any better than hers.
17 The nursery, where I am to teach and sew, is a pleasant room next Mrs. Kirke's private parlor, and the two little girls are pretty children, rather spoiled, I fancy, but they took to me after telling them The Seven Bad Pigs, and I've no doubt I shall make a model governess.
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