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Mothering Sunday – historically – the special ‘day off’

Mummy

Mummy

Historically the correct term for Mother’s Day is Mothering Sunday.  It was a very British tradition. In Victorian times it was the day when children, mainly daughters who were working as domestic servants were given the day off to visit mothers and their families.

Mammy

Mammy

I love personalising special dressing gowns and towels for mothers and grandmothers. As each piece is hand made my clients can have whatever they want. They are gift wrapped by me and I write their special message in ink in an appropriate card.

Special dressing gown

Special dressing gown

Enjoy ‘mothering’ your special mother.

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