Sheryl Crow is a traditionalist at heart - she writes letters from her grandfather's desk and loves to sew.
The singer/songwriter tells Traditional Home magazine she's a big fan of antiques and rarely throws anything out.
She says, "One of my favourites (antiques) is my great-grandfather’s desk. He was a newspaper editor in Van Buren, Missouri. That will go everywhere with me.
"I still have my first pair of Dingo boots. I got them when I was 14 and still wear them. And my favourite guitar is a 1964 Country & Western by Gibson. No matter how many guitars I have, I always go back to it.
"Believe it or not, I really enjoy sewing. Both my mother and my grandmother sewed. I rarely have time to do it, but I’ve been known to make the occasional throw pillow."
Crow tells the publication she thinks every woman should own a slow cooker, and still sends handwritten thank you notes: "I’m not always punctual, but I still send them!"
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