NEEDLECRAFT: The HOME ARTS Magazine Catalog of Issues 1921 - 1930

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Volume 12, 1921: 12 Monthly Issues

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 12, Issue #5: January 1921
Page Count: 28
NOTES: My current copy of this issue is missing its covers, pages 19/20 and the first and last pages; There is a correction for Yoke No. 1(page 8) in the October 1921 issue(page 19)...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Dainty Embroideries for the Living Room
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      How I Established a $7,500 Business in a Small Town
            by Mrs Beulah C Grimes
    • CROCHET:
      Filet and Crochet for Towels
            by Emma L Boardman
      Mile-a-Minute Var. Yoke,
      Maple Leaf Yoke(filet)
            by Not Given
      page 20???*
            by Mary E Fitch
      Centerpiece in Roll Stitch, Star Design
            by Margie White
      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Boudoir Cap of Novel Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroideries that Are Highly Decorative, Rapidly Done
            by Marion Dana Matthews
      Trio of Good-Looking Occasional Centerpieces
            by Grace E Macomber
      *
            by *
    • KNITTING:
      Gracia Sweater,
      Point Comfort Sweater in Basket Stitch, Plain Knitting,
      Marjorie Sweater for Young Girl,
      Nantucket Sweater Scarf
            by Mrs Edna Weeks
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "Charming Single-thread Yoke",
            by Not Given

      "Tatted Medallion Yoke w/ Crochet,
      Sq., Tri. Medallions Form Pretty Border,
      Scarf/Table Runner End and Insertion,
      Yoke, Sleeve Edging for Child's Frock"
      ,
            by Mrs A A Summer
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      General Rules for Candy Making
      Turkish Delight
      Ginger Bonbons, Jelly/Fruit Bonbons
      Chocolate Taffy
      Maple Nuts
      Cocoanut Candy
      Twice-Cooked Fudge
      Canadian Taffy
      Old-Fashioned Corn-Balls
      Lady Fingers
      Chocolate Spheres
      Fruit Rocks
      Martinique Cookies
      Black Chocolate Cake
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 12, Issue #6: February 1921
Page Count: 36
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Cover For Davenport, Chair Back, in Filet Crochet
            by Mary E Fitch
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      How I Earn Money At Home
            by Mary Walden
      Forget-Me-Not
            by Margaret Bliss
    • CROCHET:
      Pointed Yoke for Chemise(filet,roses)
            by Emma L Boardman
      Yoke for Little Girls Nightgown(filet)
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Dainty Yoke combining Maltese Lace, Crochet
            by Mrs J A Wright
      Filet Scarf Border, Lace Trimmed Tray cover(hearts)
            by Janet Blanchard
      Lace/Insertion w/ Turned Corners
            by O F Ashcroft
      Scarf w/ Filet Flower Pattern Ends
            by Grace L Fitch
      Square Centerpiece in Filet(butterflies)
            by Gladys Bowles
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroideries for Your Bedroom, Guest Chamber
            by Florence Ingalls
      The Separate Blouse, Novel, Alluring
            by Marion Dana
    • KNITTING:
      Bedspread of Ye Olden Time
            by Mrs L F Hurd
    • TATTING:
      "Simple Edging for Little Girl's Nightgown",
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CORRECTION:
      "Sideboard Scarf(showcase article)"(September, 1920)
    • RECIPES
      Valentine Punch and Judy
      Kewpie Cakes
      Sweethearts
      Valentine Cream
      Bleeding-Heart Salad
      Another Pretty Heart Salad
      Washington's Birthday Cake
      Cherry Tree Cream
      Vanilla Wafers to Serve w/ Ice Cream
      Maple Ice Cream
      Lemon Delight
      Chocolate Orange Cream
      Maryland Beaten Biscuit
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      From Mother---A Valentine
            by Alicia Stuart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      All Ready for Next Time,
      For and Against,
      To Whom It May Concern,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 12, Issue #7: March 1921
Page Count: 36
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Filet Crochet and Linen, In Pleasing Combination
            by Grace Fitch
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      How I Solved the Clothes Problem Four Our Family
            by Mrs R H Miller
    • CROCHET:
      Decoration for Window Shades or Back for Davenport(filet)
            by Mary E Fitch
      Attractive Designs in Filet- Vamp for Mules, Insertion/Edging for Table Runner
            by Emma L Boardman
      Camisole Top in Antique Filet, Trimmings to Match
            by Mrs O F Ashcroft
      Camisole w/ Beading of Filet
            by Grace Fitch
      Lace/Insertion(filet,butterfly)
            by Mrs C L Hendrick
      Scarf End for Piano/Bureau
            by Mrs J M McDermott
      Filet Yoke
            by Elsie Sutherland, Ethel H Stetson
      Medallion Yoke, Collar, Scarf End/Insertions
            by Not Given
      Yoke w/ Insertion/Laces to Match(filet)
            by Iva Pearl Perigo
      Water Set for Bedroom/Guest Chamber(linen centers)
            by Emma L Boardman
      End of Table Runner(tassled)
            by Elizabeth Randall
    • KNITTING:
      Comforts for Little Feet
            by Emma L Boardman
    • TATTING:
      "Camisole Yoke",
            by Dora L Medery
    • TUTORIAL:
      Another Group of Novelties in Reed Work
            by Lottie Morgan
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Old-fashioned Griddle Cakes
      Mother's Oven Stew
      Chocolate Cream Cake
      Chicken Chowder
      Mother's Soup
      Mother's Lazy Biscuits
      Queen Apple Pie
      French Rolls
      Squash Muffins
      Grandma's Gingersnaps
      Apple Slump
      Ambrosia
      Maple-Sugar Cookies
      Currant Pie
      Meringue
      Prune Puffs
      Orange Sticks
      Lady Fingers
      Potato Croquettes
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      The Home Light
            by Lalia Mitchell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Message,
      Their Quilt Club,
      Lend a Hand!,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 12, Issue #8: April 1921
Page Count: 36
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Some Charming Additions to Milady's Summer Wardrobe
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      The Secret Trousseau
            by Eleanor Harrison
    • CROCHET:
      Yoke of Irish Crochet, Buffet Scarf(filet rose border)
            by Emma L Boardman
      Wide Lace,Insertion in Filet and Lacet Stitch
            by Edward Ellis Ford
      Baby Bonnet
            by Mrs J C Carlile, Exa Sanders
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Thistle Border, Insertion(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by Florence Ingalls
      Embroideries for the Living Room/Library
            by Janet Dahlstrom
      Dainty Apparel for the Little Folks
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Centerpiece, Tray Cover in Drawnwork
            by Catherine Thimesch
      Carriage Set for Littlest Folks
            by Harriet Wheeler
      Some Unique Camp Pillows
            by Marion Matthews
    • KNITTING:
      "Lady Betty" Sweater
            by Mrs Edna Weeks
      Yoke of Knitted Thread Lace, Eyelet Pattern
            by Florence Marian Hayes
    • TATTING:
      "Insertion w/ Coronation Braid for Bag,
      (2)Edgings w/ Corners,
      Edging/Insertion for Towel Ends,
      Star Design Doily,
      Handsome Collar w/ Crochet"
      ,
            by Leta V Ingram

      "Baby Bonnet",
            by Exa Sanders
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Fruit Fritters
      Grape Juice Sauce
      Celeried Oysters
      Chicken Entree w/ Mushrooms or Oysters
      Chicken Croquettes
      Entree of Fish Balls
      Lobster Cream
      Shad/Roe- Southern Style
      Bacon rolls for the Shad/Roe
      Onions w/ Veal in Casserole
      Fig Fritters
      Egg-and-Tomato Entree
      Egg Entree
      Crab and Mushrooms
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      An Easter Bird
            by Marion Colburn
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Spoken Word,
      Another "Specialist",
      Eyes Open,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 12, Issue #9: May 1921
Page Count: 36
NOTES: There is a correction for the "Scarf End, Pomona Design" in the August 1921 issue(page 25)...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      (filet)Cover for Your Dressing Table, Wisteria Design
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Dainty Tray Cover, Oval Centerpiece
            by Elizabeth Stevens
      Between Meal Cloth
            by Mrs M E Dodson
      Scarf End, Pomona Design(filet)
            by Ida C Farr
      Filet Bag
            by Mrs G E Johnson
      Bag
            by Mrs O F Ashcroft
      Scarf End, Rose-and-Star Pattern
            by Elizabeth Heller
      Attractive Between Meal Cloth
            by Mrs Daisy Hughes
      Filet "Laundry" Inset
            by Mrs F L Luebke
      Cluny Lace
            by Mrs Clara M Jones
      Tray Cover with Filet Ends
            by Mrs A A Biers
      Torchon Lace, Insertion w/ Corner
            by Mrs O F Ashcroft
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      (filet)Cover for Your Dressing Table, Wisteria Design
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Luncheon Set of Distinction, Charm(linen w/ Filet Insets/Border)
            by Emma L Boardman
      Centerpieces w/ Crochet Borders
            by Grace E Macomber
      Library Set w/ Novel Decoration
            by Emma L Boardman
    • KNITTING:
      (2)Bags
            by Mrs Florence B Dean, Evelyn Luscombe
    • TATTING:
      "Camisole Yoke in Modern Tatting",
            by Edna Gourd

      "Edge and Ends for Runner",
            by Lottie Morgan
    • TUTORIAL:
      Handsome Doublet or Overblouse in Real Filet, w/ a 1st Lesson in Netting
            by Candace Wheelwright
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Onion Rice
      Onion Juice
      Swiss Scallop
      Souffle Supreme
      Baked Onions
      Onions w/ Bacon or Salt-Pork Drippings
      Onion Soup
      To Make Spring Onions More Digestible
      Scallions On Toast
      Onion Gravy
      Onion and Nut Loaf
      Onions, Apples and Hamburger
      Onion Salad
      Creamed Onions
      Stuffed Onions
      Roast Onions
      Onions Italian Style
      Delicate Boiled Onions
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      In May
            by Alix Thorn
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Do You Remember?,
      "Mother's Day",
      The Hope Chest,
      Her Rainy Day Box,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 12, Issue #10: June 1921
Page Count: 28
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Scarf Attractively Combining Embroidery and Filet Crochet
            by Emma L Boardman
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      The Most Profitable Summer I Ever Spent
            by M. A.
    • CROCHET:
      Service Panel of the US Navy(filet)
            by Mrs S E Yant
      Dainty Yoke in Darned Filet
            by Blanche Bogart
      Pretty Doily for the Bonbon Dish
            by Maude Slade
      Insertion/Edging for Guest Towel
            by Esther Teasley
      Nightgown, Corset Covers, Allover Pattern
            by Mrs Flora Stephenson
      Wrist Bag or Spool Holder(filet)
            by Mrs Audrey Staley
      Boudoir Cap in Fancy Netting
            by Mrs F J Seuser
      Baby Bootees
            by Viola Gregory
      Baby's Moccasin
            by Mrs Winnie McLean
      Utility Edging
            by Mrs E H Bredehoft
      Filet Cover for Sugar Bowl, Cream Pitcher
            by Mrs L Rademacher
      Knee-length Bootee
            by Florence L Sparks
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Dainty Jacket, Bonnet, Bib for Baby(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Household Embroideries in Blue, White
            by Addie May Bodwell
      How Does Your Garden Grow?
            by Emma L Boardman
      Bag to Hold Your Summer Needlework
            by Emma L Boardman
    • TATTING:
      "Towel w/ Tatted Ends",
            by Mary F Carlson

      "Dresser Scarf w/ Tatted Border, Insertion",
            by Anna Hoskins

      "Baby Bonnet, Matching Lace",
            by Grace Douglas, Eloise King

      "Extremely Pretty Yoke",
            by Mrs R J Graham, Eloise King

      "Door Panel or Portiere",
            by Ruth C Hangen, Eloise King
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Fruit Baskets
      Strawberry Babas
      Glace Strawberries
      Strawberry Ice Cream
      Strawberry Ice Cream w/out Eggs
      Strawberry Snow
      Cherry Pie
      Cherry Shortcake
      Oxheart Cherry Pudding
      Cherry Salad
      Cherry Ice
      Cherry Cup
      Cherry Marsh Salad
      Fruit Salad Dressing
      Fruit Mint Julep
      Raspberry Ice
      Raspberry Italian Cream
      Easy Way to Make Fancy Cakes
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      'Neath Skies of June
            by Alice Lockhart Hughes
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Emphasizing the Right Things,
      "What Do You Think of It?",
      "Capitalizing Life" Again,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 12, Issue #11: July 1921
Page Count: 28
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Embroidered Frock of Distinction, Charm
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • CROCHET:
      The Renaissance of the Anticacassar(filet, flowerbasket)
            by Emma Loper
      Dresser Scarf w/ Filet Center(flower basket)
            by Mrs O S Crowley
      "Woodmen of the World" Emblem Pillow(filet)
            by Mrs F F Fitzgerald
      Yoke for Princess Slip, Matching Lace(filet,bluebirds)
            by Mrs L C Lewey
      Butterflies, Flowers Yoke(filet)
            by Annie M Quackenbush
      (3)Dainty Yokes for Underthings((2)filet)
            by Mrs Clara Ball, Marion Kenmore(filet), Nila C Bourne(filet)
      Filet Inset for Laundry Bag
            by Mrs J A Larson
      Hot Dish Mat, Dainty Handkerchief
            by Emma L Boardman
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroideries for the Gift Box
            by Florence Ingalls
      Centerpiece Finds Place Anywhere
            by Grace E Macomber
      Pretty, Useful Things for Little Ones to Wear
            by Addie May Bodwell
      All-White Embroideries
            by Frances Howland
      Dainty Things for Personal Use
            by Emma L Boardman
      Scarf, Bag of Homespun, w/ Oriental Darning
            by Mary E Fitch
    • KNITTING:
      Beverly Sweater for Child
            by Elsie Sutherland
    • TATTING:
      "(2)Tab Collars",
            by Mrs Anna G Smith

      "Tab Collar",
            by Mrs A K Christen

      "Tab Collar",
            by Harriet L Ormsbee

      "Centerpiece",
            by Roxie York

      "Yoke w/ Hairpin Lace",
            by Violette M Verry
    • RECIPES
      The Olive Slice
      Olive Mixture
      Fried Chicken
      Cream Gravy
      Cabbage us Gratin
      Corn Fritters
      Tossed Potatoes
      Mayonnaise Dressing
      Heavenly Delight in Orange Cups
            by Mary Harrod Northend
    • POEM:
      Beside the Sea
            by Lucia W Eames
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Sane and Safe,
      "How Can I Earn a Little Money?",
      A New Hat,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 12, Issue #12: August 1921
Page Count: 28
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Napery for the Lunch Table, Quaint and Simple
            by Marion Dana
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      The Pink and White Wedding
            by Grace Adams
    • CROCHET:
      Dress Set in Pleasing Variation of Antique Filet
            by Bertha M Candee
      Utility Bag
            by Edna Dwinel
      Lace Combining Filet, Lacet Stitch
            by Elsie Southerland
      Boudoir Cap, w/ Yoke, Lace, Insertion to Match(filet)
            by Mrs F D Everitt
      Lingerie Pins, Lavender Tie End, Rose Tie End, Shamrock and Leaf Spray
            by Emma L Boardman
      Lunch Cloth/Large Centerpiece of Filet, Linen
            by Grace Fitch
      Towel Insertion,Border of Rose Design(filet)
            by Phyllis Campbell
      Lace, Insertion in Filet and Lacets
            by Edward Ellis Ford
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Dainty Apparel for Intimate Wear
            by Helen Hall Richmond
      Cover for Your Card Table(cross-stitch)
            by Emma L Boardman
      When Serving Afternoon Tea
            by Florence Ingalls
      Some Vacation Toggery for the Littlest Woman
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's Bootees
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
    • CORRECTION:
      "Scarf End, Pomona Design"(May,1921)
    • RECIPES
      Fish Salad
      Delicious Mayonnaise
      Boston Salad
      Cooked Salad Dressing
      Mixed Vegetabe Salad
      Egg-and-Dandelion Salad
      Fruit Salad for Dessert
      Grapefruit Salad
      Sweet French Dressing
      Berry Bread Pudding
      Milk Shake
      Cold Marshmallow Chocolate
      Cream Rice Pudding w/ Berries
      Lemon Cream
      Festive Punch
      Cream Nectar
      Molded rice w/ Fruit
      Pineapple Drink
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      August Lilies
            by Alice Davis Moody
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Starting a Needlecraft Shop,
      Thank You,
      The Hope Chest Prize,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #1: September 1921
Page Count: 28
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Centerpiece w/ Border of Filet Crochet
            by Mary E Fitch
    • CROCHET:
      (3)Borders, Scarf End w/ Inset, Filet Butterfly Inset
            by Ethel Herrick Stetson
      Filet Daffodil and Rose Triangles, Daffodil Lace/Insertion
            by Ida Farr
      Decorative Value of (2)Simple Sq. Medallions
            by Mrs O F Ashcroft
      Doily w/ Border in Irish Crochet
            by O F Ashcroft
    • TATTING:
      "Doily Edging",
            by Ethel Herrick Stetson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CORRECTION:
      "Tab Collar in Modern Tatting"(Nov.,1920)
    • RECIPES
      Toast Sticks
      Julienne Soup
      Creamed Potatoes
      Individual Chicken Pies
      Cauliflower w/ Drawn Butter
      Luncheon Rolls
      Vegetable Salad
      Mayonnaise
      Apricot Ice
      Pecan Cake
            by Mary Harrod Northend
    • POEM:
      Good Cheer
            by Helen Van Anderson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Cure for the "Blues",
      Lighthouses for the Blind,
      In the Way of "Gift Service",
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #2: October 1921
Page Count: 36
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Boudoir Set of Pink Linen, Irish Crochet Applique
            by Emma L Boardman
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      How I Added $25 a Week to the Family Income
            by Marjorie jane Dillingham
    • CROCHET:
      Towels for the Gift Box in Mosaic Filet
            by Mrs J S Witman
      Wide Pansy Border w/ Corner(filet)
            by Grace Davis
      Edging/Insertion w/ Hairpin Work
            by Mrs A H Luttrell
      Scarf End, Ivy Pattern(filet)
            by Hannah Buss
      An Initial Towel(insertion,filet,A-Z)
            by Grace L Fitch
      Filet Initial Corners for Handkerchiefs, Napkins(A-H)
            by Ida C Farr
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroideries for Your Own Guest Room, Another's
            by Grace E Macomber
      Flutter of Christmas Handkerchiefs
            by Emma L Boardman
      Embroideries for Library, Living Room
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Table Runners for Use at Luncheon, Breakfast
            by Marion Dana Matthews
      Needlecraft Gift Box
            by Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's Socks
            by Mrs H C Robinson
      Wellesley Sweater
            by Clara Herlitzins
      Lassell Sweater
            by Agatha Mayne
    • TATTING:
      "Trim for Nightgown",
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CORRECTION:
      "Yoke No. 1(page 8)"(Jan., 1921)
    • RECIPES(using dried or salted veg.)
      Dry String Beans
      Sweet Corn
      Apples
      Pears and Quinces
      Peaches
      Sun Drying
      Storing
      Cooking Dried Products
      Lima Beans, Celery in Cream
      Delicious Succotash
      California Lima Bean Salad
      Dried Corn
      Corn Fritters
      Salting Vegetables
      String Beans
      Cucumbers
      Corn in the Husk
      Cooking Salted Vegetables
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      October
            by Belle Bush
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Bright Side Is the Right Side,
      Concerning Originality,
      Successful Needlecraft Shop,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #3: November 1921
Page Count: 36
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Nightgown Yoke in Filet Crochet, Simple and Dainty
            by Emma L Boardman
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      How My Wife and I Earn Money at Home in Spare Time
            by Ward Butler
    • CROCHET:
      Yoke w/ Shoulder Point, Butterfly-and-Rose Design(filet)
            by Mrs E L Lytle
      Corner for Napkins, Vintage Pattern(filet)
            by Nettie Mitchell
      Panel or Chair Back, Owl Design(filet)
            by Mrs C H Hendrick
      "Baby Bunting" Bag
            by Mme Amy Adams
      Cold Weather Baby Set
            by Clara Herlitzins
      "Knights of Pythias" Emblem Pillow, Panel(filet)
            by Mrs W E Greenwood
      Unusual Luncheon Set
            by Emma L Boardman
      Basket of Flowers w/ Butterfly Panel(filet)
            by Mrs Fern Graham
      Boarders for Doilies, Centerpieces
            by Emma L Boardman, Mrs G L Young, Mrs Malona H Blanchard
      Initial Corners for Handkerchiefs, Napkins(filet,I-P)
            by Ida C Farr
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by Margaret L Hastings
      Colorful Embroideries for the Home
      Eating Sets for the Kiddies
      Dressing Up Couch in Living Room
            by Evelyn M Southend
    • KNITTING:
      Gladys Sweater, Tam-o'-Shanter(child's)
            by Clara E Herlitzens
    • TATTING:
      "Guest Towel w/ Tatted Medallions, Edging",
            by Miss M S Stoddard
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Glace Apple
      Glorified Brown Betty
      Grandma's Brown Applesauce
      Washington State Apple Pie
      Bordeaux Apple Pudding
      Apple Pudding
      Apple Cake w/ Cocoanut
      Cream Apple Apple
      Apple Indian Pudding
      Apple Mould
      Applesauce Cake
      Apple Boiled in Syrup
      Apple w/ Caramel Sauce
      Apple Custard
      Apple Pie
      Apple Puffs
      Jack-O'-Lantern Salad
      Snowdrift
      Apples in Maple Syrup
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Thanksgiving
            by Percy Shaw
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "Be Ye Thankful",
      Advice Born of Experience,
      Solving Problem,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #4: December 1921
Page Count: 36
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Charming Set for a Bridge-Luncheon
            by Alice M Johnstone
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      The Girl Who Stayed Home
            by Eileen Sherwood
    • CROCHET:
      (2)Attractive Yokes in Milanese Crochet
            by Mrs j C Logus
      Nightgown Yoke & Boudoir Cap, Dogwood Blossom Design
            by Mrs J H Schimke
      Filet Monogram Set(A-Z)
            by Virginia Winslow
      "Laundry" Panel(filet, Baby's Head Ornament, Powder Pad
            by Emma L Boardman
      (3)Bonnets- Shell Stitch, Star Crown, Irish Crochet
            by Emma Leeman
      Border w/ Corner(filet)
            by Mrs mary Vestal
      Initial Corners for Handkerchiefs, Napkins(filet,Q-Z)
            by Ida C Farr
    • EMBROIDERY:
      The Hope Chest Linens
            by Virginia Winslow
      Another Christmas Letter from Kate to Elise
            by Emma L Boardman
      Set of Dainty Undies in Flesh Batiste
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Illustrating Artistic Possibilities of French Knot
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • TATTING:
      "Dainty Camisole w/ Tatted Yoke",
            by Evelyn Pierson

      "Bonnet w/ Crochet",
            by Nancy Lindley
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Christmas Flowers
      Christmas Snowballs
      Prune Salad
      Pumpkin Delight
      Prune and Raisin Conserve
      Honey Sweet
      Raisin Tartlets
      Holiday Ribbon Cake
      Cocoa Ice Cream
      Chocolate Potato Cake
      Marshmallow Frosting
      Delicious Cheese Straws
      Devil's Sponge Cake
      Squash and Raisin Pie
      For Christmas Doughnuts
      Snow Tarts
      Chocolate Russe
      Sour Cream Meringue Pie
      Christmas Cookies
      Pumpkin Strips
      Delicious Orange Frosting for Cakes
      Holiday Ribbon Cake
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Merry Christmas to the Birds
            by Helen Hayes
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Merry Christmas!,
      Two Good Things To Do,
      Needlecraft Shop That Is a Success,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 13, 1922: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 13, Issue #5: January 1922
Page Count: 28
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
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    • CROCHET:
      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #6: February 1922
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
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    • CROCHET:
      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #7: March 1922
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
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    • CROCHET:
      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #8: April 1922
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #9: May 1922
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #10: June 1922
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
      *
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    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #11: July 1922
Page Count: 28
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Luncheon Set w/ All the Charm of the Summertime(embroidery,crochet narrow edging)
            by Grace E Macomber
    • CROCHET:
      Border(w/ corner) and Triangle for Teacloth, Wild Rose Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Dorcas Lace/Insertion, Dainty Lace/Insertion
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Border for Doily(linen center)
            by Eugenia R Pinckney
      Border for Doily(linen center)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroideries that Remind You of Morning Sunshine
            by Elinor Haviland
      Toggery for the Kiddies
      Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      Bath Set for the Baby
            by Emma L Boardman
      Natalie Sweater w/ Cap to Match
            by Emma L Boardman
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Concerning Introductions
            by Betty Modish
    • RECIPES
      Pineapple Marshmallow Sundae
      South Pole Sundae
      Marshmallow Parfait
      Nesselrode Pudding
      Biscuit Tortoni
      Pineapple and Raspberry Ice Cream
      Caramel Ice Cream
      French Cream w/ Cornstarch
      Peppermint Ice Cream
      Hot Butterscotch Sundae
      Butterscotch Sauce
      Cafe Frappe
      Peach Layer Sundae
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      The Lesson of the Year
            by Annie Wylie Stackpole
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Keeping the Right Sort of Tally,
      What One Home Worker Is Doing,
      Once More,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 13, Issue #12: August 1922
Page Count: 28
NOTES: My current copy of this issue is missing both covers and pages 11/12...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Little Linens for the Luncheon- and Breakfast Table
            by Mrs C J Kucera
    • CROCHET:
      Scarf-End, Inset, Lace, Horn-of-Plenty Design
            by Edward Ellis Ford
      Reproduction of a Quaint Buffet Scarf in Italian Filet
            by Anna Ferrari
      Overall Boys- the Color-Bearer(filet)
            by Mrs H K Leppink
      Cluny Lace, Insertion, w/ Corner
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Tea Cosy, Wild Rose Design
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      *
            by *
    • EMBROIDERY:
      White Embroideries for the Dining Room
            by Grace Eastman Macomber
      Riot of Roses for Your Bedroom
            by Margaret L Beatty
      Delightfully Oriental Unusual Design
            by Not Given
      Neckwear That Is Simple, Dainty, Chic, Charming
            by Elinor Haviland
    • TATTING:
      " Doily, Dainty Camisole(Tiling Rose Motif)",
            by Irene Card

      " Round Yoke or Collar(Tiling Rose Motif)",
            by Mrs Fleeda Galley
    • BEADING:
      Handsome Beaded Bag
            by Anna Cornelius McKee
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      Baked Corn in Rice Shell
      Corn Chowder
      Baked Stuffed Cucumbers
      Corn Baked in tomatoes
      Creamed Young Carrots
      Novel, Pretty Summer Salad
      Tomato-and-Salmon-Jelly Salad
      Baked Young Cabbage
      Peach Bavarian Cream
      Peach Cake
      Peach Bread Pudding
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Summer Idyl
            by Allan C Stewart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Word to Those Who Would Be Wise,
      Taking a Vacation,
      Moved and Seconded,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #1: September 1922
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #2: October 1922
Page Count: 36
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Dining Room Linens of Unusual Distinction
            by Grace E Macomber
    • CROCHET:
      Filet Medallion, Border/Insertion Set
            by Natalie Dupre
      Grape Cluster Panels in New, Charming Poses(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Irish Rose Yoke, Sleeve Edgings(Irish Crochet)
            by Norah Mallory
      Child's Hood
            by Mrs J F Fowler
      Hot Dish Mat w/ Star Center
            by Mrs L V Williamson
      Scarf End, Flower&Leaf Pattern(filet)
            by Elsie Harjes
      Dainty Camisole Top(filet,flower basket)
            by Mrs W T Perry
      (2)Camisole Tops w/ Lace to Match(filet)
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Overall-Boys, in Filet, no. 4- The Drummer Boy
            by Mrs H K Leppink
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Handsome Teacloth w/ Border in Grapevine Design(filet,on cover)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Towel, Towel, Who Wants a Towel?
            by Natalie Dupre
      Embroideries for the Living Room
            by Marian Dana
      Bolster Pillow of Black is a Decided Novelty
            by Marion Matthews
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's Bootee w/ Strap
            by Helen L Gossler
      Overgaiters
            by Mrs J G Rouse
    • TATTING:
      "(3)Edgings",
            by Annie Helling
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Grapefruit Cocktail
      French Salmon Loaf
      Cream Sauce
      Peas in Potato Cases
      Tomato Waffles
      Egg-and-Olive Salad
      Peach Custard Tart
      Hot Mushroom Canape
      Stuffed Lamb Chops
      Cheese and Chili Salad
      Pear Mold
      Cream Puffs w/ Coffee Filling
      Coffee Filling
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Autumn
            by Laila Mitchell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Again the Birthday Party,
      Mission of a Box of Bonbons,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #3: November 1922
Page Count: 36
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Dainty and Delightful Wild-Rose Luncheon Set
            by Natalie Dupre
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      Rosalie Finds a Way
            by Barbara Winship
    • CROCHET:
      Top for Powder Puff
            by Dorothy E Nusser
      Child's Yoke(filet)
            by Ida C Farr
      (3)Corners, Carnation Design(filet)
            by Mary E Fitch
      Portiere or Curtain Tie-back
            by Natalie Dupre
      Our Favorite Vintage Motif(grape cluster) in new, Charming Poses
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      The Overall-Boys(filet), No. 5- Leader of the Band
            by Mrs H K Leppink
      Baby's Bean Bag
            by Mrs H H Neff
      Vandyke Dresser Scarf
            by Eva M Barcombe
      Pansy Powder Puff
            by Isabelle Hutchingson
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Set of Lingerie, Bewitchingly Dainty, Simple
            by Grace E Macomber
      Christmas Gifts
            by Agatha Mayne
      Charming Embroideries for Milady's Chamber
            by Grace E Macomber
      For the Dainty Room of a Dear Little Maid
            by Mary Vaille
      Found in Dorothy's Weekend Travel Bag
            by Margaret Payson
      Christmas Gifts That Men Will Like
            by Agatha Mayne
      The Christmas Handkerchief
      Unbreakable Dolls for the Kiddies(ads for patterns)
            by Ella R Gauger
    • TATTING:
      "Nut Cup w/ Handle",
            by Nellie A Johnson

      "Arm Elastics or Sleeve Holders",
            by Wilhelmina F Gibbs

      "Towel Trim w/ Coronation Braid",
            by Mrs G M Leigh

      "Simple Tatted Edge",
            by Margaret Payson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • PATTERN:
      Just a Little Black Cat(from old stockings)
            by Mrs E E Howe
    • RECIPES
      Croustades of Turkey
      Cider Jelly
      Fancy Cranberry Pie
      Italian Walnut Creams
      Chocolate Sauce
      Spiced Apple Jelly
      Homemade Maschmallows
      Chocolate Chips
      Glazed Onions
      French Vegetable Soup
      Orange Dessert
      Stuffed Turnips
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Question Answered
            by Emily Hartley
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Message for---Somebody!,
      New Birthday Souvenir,
      Carried Unanimously,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #4: December 1922
Page Count: 36
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Linens That Are a Joy to the Homemaker
            by Natalie Dupre
    • CROCHET:
      (6)Filet Napkin Rings
            by Mrs Florence L Saunders
      Infant's Hood in Popcorn Stitch
            by Mrs H B Shawen
      Monkey-Face Insertion w/ Fringe
            by *
      Hot Dish Mat, Spiral Pattern
            by Mrs E L Nichoson
      Sq. Centerpiece, Rose Design(filet)
            by Mary E Fitch
      Neckties for Men's Gifts
            by K W Lawson
      Vera Lace, Insertion(filet)
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Attractive Dining Room Embroideries
            by Amelia M Nash
      Slavic Embroideries for Peasant Dresses
            by Mary Card
      For the Linen Shower or Hope Chest
      Centerpiece Possesses Christmas Charm of High Degree
            by Marion Matthews
      Sharing Ideas for Christmas Gifts
            by Mary R Wiggin, Ella R Gauger, Addie M Bodwell, Mrs W A Pihl, Thelma Stringer
      Gifts for the Kiddies
            by Priscilla Graham
    • KNITTING:
      Nanette Sweater
            by Mrs Edna Weeks
    • TATTING:
      "Nut Cup",
            by Mrs A G Angell
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • MIXED MEDIA:
      Neck Chain of Seeds, Beads
            by Nellie W Allen
      Pincushion in a Nutshell
            by Margaret Marshall
    • RECIPES
      Blazing Plum Pudding
      Sauce for Plum Pudding
      Individual Mince Pies
      Bonbon Cakes
      Christmas Cookies
      Nut Patties
      Christmas Doughnuts
      Gaudaloupe Icing
      Souffle Frosting
      Almond-Gelatine Icing
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      By Loving and Giving We Live
            by Clara Haven King
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Christmas Demonstration,
      Make-Believe Christmas,
      Again the Little Candle,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 14, 1923: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 14, Issue #5: January 1923
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
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      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #6: February 1923
Page Count: 44
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Linens for the Dining Room
            by Evelyn Southend
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      The Confessions of a Well-dressed Woman
            by Marjorie Dickson
    • CROCHET:
      Baby's Tam-'o-Shanter
            by Mrs C F Joslyn
      "Modern Woodmen of America" Emblem Pillow(filet)
            by Mary Bean Pickard
      Artistic Centerpiece w/ Embroidery, Filet Border
            by Mary E Fitch
      (2)Butterfly Medallions for Corners(filet)
            by Florence Marian Hayes
      Handbag Featuring Punchwork, Applique of Irish Crochet
            by Josephine Wells
      Dainty Handkerchief Sachet(filet)
            by Mrs O F Ashcroft
      Attractive Yoke in Allover Pattern
            by Mrs Edna Weeks
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Tray Cover/Oval Centerpiece, Japanese Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Dressing Up the Dresser or Buffet in Charming Way
            by Natalie Dupre
      Lunch or Breakfast Sets of Great Charm
            by Grace Eastman Macomber
      Valentine Favors, Dainty and Delightsome
            by Grace Allison
      Charming Serving Apron
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • KNITTING:
      Warm Little Hood and Slipon Sweater for Baby
            by Mrs C F Joslyn
      Baby's Mittens
            by Eugenia R Pinckney
      (7)Laces & Insertions
            by Frieda Bettex
    • TATTING:
      "(4)Doilies w/ Crochet",
            by Mrs O W Brock

      "Camisole Top of Star Pattern",
            by Mrs E M Varcoe

      "Square Yoke",
            by Pearl M Johnston

      "Pretty Collar in "Irish Tatting"",
            by Sarah A Durfee
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CORRECTION:
      "Yoke, Vandyke Pattern"(October 1922?)
    • RECIPES
      Canned Peas Made Fresh
      Canned Peas and Carrots
      Stewed Carrots and Onions
      Using Canned Tomatoes
      Tomato-and-Onion Scallop
      Canned Spinach
      Corn Fritters
      Corn Pudding
      Diced Turnips
      Vegetable Curry
      Canned Fruit w/ Farina
      Pineapple w/ Marshmallows
      Canned Blackberry Pudding
      Strawberry Cornstarch Pudding
      Dried Peach and Tapioca Pudding
      Apple-Potato Pudding
      Cherry Pudding
      Apricot Charlotte
      Orange Cake, Frosting
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A New England Valentine
            by Ella W Ricker
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Why St. Valentine's Day---and Valentines?,
      Remembrance Day,
      Her Needlecraft Clearinghouse,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #7: March 1923
Page Count: 28
NOTES: "Wild Rose Corner" has a correction in the May 1923 issue(page 28)...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #8: April 1923
Page Count: 44
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Nightgown Yoke, Wild Rose Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Filet Yoke
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Filet Yoke
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Filet Yoke
            by Mrs W J Manktelow
      Filet Scarf End, peacock pattern
            by Grace L Fitch
      Sq. Medallion w/ Matching Border(w/ corner, filet)
            by Mrs Ellen Weeks
      Filet Medallion Inset for Boudoir Pillow(2 birds)
            by Josephine Wells
      Hot Dish Mats, Oval & Round
            by Mrs G E Knudsen
      Scarf w/ Vandyke Border of Rose Medallions
            by Mrs Alice Willey
      (2)Laces and an Insertion, Pretty and Practical
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Border in Filet, Iris Design(w/ corner)
            by Mrs Olive F Ashcroft
      Border in Popcorn Stitch, Diamond and Star Pattern
            by Ethel I Wagoner
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Nightgown Yoke, Wild Rose Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Table Linens, Simple, Colorful, Charming
            by Marion Dana
      Table Set of Unusual Beauty(w/ filet basket inset)
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Garments of Charm, Witchery for Milady's Intimate Wear
            by Grace E Macomber
      For 1st Veranda Luncheon of the Year
            by C E Brann
      Illust. the Decorative Value of Black in Home Furnishings
            by Marion Matthews
    • KNITTING:
      Mineola Sweater
            by Mrs Edna Weeks
    • TATTING:
      "(2)Dainty Yokes for Diminutive Gowns",
            by Mildred Thompson

      "Border w/ Matching Insertion, Rose Design",
            by Sudie Sherrod

      "Doily w/ Border of Modern Tatting",
            by Anna J Johnson
    • TUTORIAL:
      Novelties in Reed Work that Make Pleasing Gifts
            by Lottie Morgan
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      Some Charming Creations in the Way of Easter Hats
            by Marie Thibault
    • RECIPES
      Small Parker House Rolls
      Almond rings or Jumbles
      Delicious Doughnuts
      Vanilla Cookies w/ Orange Frosting
      Raisin Drop Cookies
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      The First Easter Song
            by Marion Colburn
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "I Wish You Had a Glad Easter!",
      Another College Girl Story,
      "Be of Good Cheer",
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #9: May 1923
Page Count: 36
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Two Attractive Scarfs, Combining Darned Filet, Linen
            by Carol Cox
    • CROCHET:
      Favorite 3-Piece Set(embroidery,crochet edging)
            by Mary E Fitch
      Bag to Match Your Sweater
            by Frances S Bruce
      Scarf End for Child's Room(filet, candle design)
            by Helen W Brown
      Medallion Lace
            by Mrs C E Bonewitz
      Flower Basket Motif for Inset(filet)
            by Lenora Allender
      Carriage Strap(filet, roses)
      Hot Dish Mat(filet, flower),
      Towel Insertion(filet)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Bird and Nest Scarf End(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Dining Room Linens in Every Way Worthwhile
            by Elinor M Haviland
      Patches Gay in Every Way make Your Bedroom Bright Each Day
            by Helen Grant
      Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by Natalie Dupre
    • KNITTING:
      Coronado, Carolyn Sweaters(2)
            by Edna Weeks
      Magnolia and Marguerite Sweaters(2)
            by Frances S Bruce
      Bag to Match Your Sweater
            by Frances S Bruce
    • TATTING:
      "Grape and Leaf Design(applique)",
            by C Hester Lloyd
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CORRECTION:
      "Wild Rose Corner"(March 1922)
    • RECIPES
      Rolled Shortcake
      Strawberry and Rhubarb Compote
      Rhubarb Meringue Pie
      Rhubarb and Prune Sauce
      Strawberry Pudding
      Uncooked Strawberry Preserves
      Rhubarb and Ginger Jam
      Cold Canned Rhubarb
      Rhubarb Bread Pudding
      Rhubarb and Rice
      Raisin Rhubarb Pie
      Rhubarb Custard Pie
      Casserole of Veal and Bermuda Onions
      Strawberry Custard
      Strawberry Popovers
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Mother o' Mine
            by Alicia Carew Stewart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Mother's Day,
      Appreciation,
      The Near East Problem,
      Her Traveling Needlecraft Shop,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #10: June 1923
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Set for Library or Living Room, Unique, Attractive
            by Marian Dana Matthews
    • CROCHET:
      Cherub Chair Back(filet)
            by Josephine Wells
      Hairpin Edging
            by Mrs A P Hall
      Scarf End in Filet, Vintage Grape Vine Pattern
            by Mrs M M Gilmour
      Greek Key lace
            by Mrs Amy Ransom
      Edgings w/ Turned Corners
            by Mrs C W Adsit
      Doily or Centerpiece, Pineapple Design
            by Mrs L K Hunt
      Scarf in Filet for Library
            by Mrs Will T Perry
      End for Dresser Scarf(filet flowers and swag),
      Scallop Edging
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Set for Your Dining Room
            by Grace Eastman Macomber
      Dresser Scarf(w/ filet end, or scallop crochet edging)
            by Josephine Wells
      Alluring Frocks to Greet Summer
            by Helena Mainwaring
      A Hardanger Piece
            by Mary E Fitch
      Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by Harriet Allendale
    • KNITTING:
      Elmhurst Lace
            by Helena Aaberg
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Chicken Croquettes
      Meringue Shells
      Service a la Plat
      Croquette Sauce
      Strawberies in Meringue Shells
      Chicken Patties
      Crab-Flake Salad
      Surpassing Chicken Salad
      Strawberry Mousse
      Rich Wedding Cake
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Rose of Joy
            by Celia Leighton
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Question,
      Two Letters---from Two Women,
      A Community Sale,
      To Do or Not To Do,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #11: July 1923
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      (filet)Crocheted Bedspread, Simple and Lovely
            by Josephine Wells
    • CROCHET:
      (2)Insertions in Milanese Crochet
            by Mrs J C Logus
      (3)Filet Napkin Corners(triangles- bird, Fleur-de-Lis, flower)
            by Mabel C Curean
      Lace/Insertion
            by Mrs A P Hall
      (filet)Case for Your Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Cards
            by Ida C Farr
      Summer Hat, Pineapple Design
            by M L Holiday
      Sq. Medallion for Table Cover Insets
            by Natalie Dupre
      Filet Sq. Yoke
            by Nettie M Robinson
      Square Yoke(filet)
            by Mrs J O Williams
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Dining Room Linens of Unusual and Appealing Charm
            by Cora Wright
      Luncheon Sets in Colorful Applique for the Summer Home
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Comfy Slumber Shoes for Baby
            by Mrs Linnie W Keys
      (4)Sweaters- Jacqueline, Marchmont, Summerland, Country Club
            by Mrs Edna Weeks
    • TATTING:
      "Organdy Collar/Cuff Set w/ Narrow Edging Trim",
            by Mrs G G Bowker
    • TUTORIAL:
      Novelties Made of Sealing Wax
            by Katherine Kasser
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Rhubarb and Orange Jam
      Tutti-Frutti Rhubarb Jam
      Spiced Rhubarb
      Rhubarb Jelly
      Rhubarb and Fig Jam
      Currant Jam
      Currant Punch
      Candied Cherries
      Currant and Raspberry Jelly
      Spiced Currants
      Cherry Jam
      Green Currant Jam
      Gooseberry Jam
      Cherry and Currant Jam
      Cherry Olives
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Baby's Clothes
            by Ella M Weatherbee
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Sesson for---Somebody,
      What About "Everybody's Gift Box?",
      A Multitude of Counsel,
      Another Message from Mrs Pennybacker,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 14, Issue #12: August 1923
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Work for Busy Fingers During Summer Days(Venetian Cutwork)
            by Agnes May Golden
    • CROCHET:
      Household Linens, Embroidered, Lace-Trimmed(filet,cameo,grape vine)
            by Mary E Fitch
      Heart, Cross and Anchor Lace(filet)
            by Mrs A Mistretta
      Scarf End in Filet, Butterfly Design
            by Mrs G H Herbert
      (3)Insertions for Towel Ends(filet, "T", Allover, Basket)
            by Mrs E W Wearin
      (2)Persistent Favorite Yokes
            by Mrs R C Crooks
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Shower of Towels, Dainty and Different(some filet, crochet)
            by Carol Cox
      Dining Room Linens in Gayest, Brightest of Applique
            by Helen Grant
      Quaint Wall Panel in Egyptian Applique
            by Carol Cox
      Grown Up Maid, Little Maids Have Their Aprons Patched
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Quaint Little Quilt for Babykin's Bed(nursery rhymes,applique/embroidery blocks)
            by Helen Grant
      Colorful Embroideries That Are Bound to Please
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Grandmother's Lace
            by Ida Lucas
      Garments for the Small Girl- Clytie Sweater, Nancy Suit
            by Not Given
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Strawberry Gelatine
      Cold Tongue, Potato Salad and Cucumbers
      Jellied Salmon Loaf
      Individual Blueberry Shortcakes
      Hashed Brown Potatoes
      Banana Fluff
      Iced Boullion
      Thousand Islands Dressing
      Mrs King's Cream Dressing for Fruit Salad
      Green Corn Chowder
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      To An Old Sachet
            by W Livingston Larned
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Very Best Thing,
      "Two Letters---from Two Women" and Others,
      Friend Telephone,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #1: September 1923
Page Count: 36
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Some charming Little Linens That Fill a Need(embroidery,filet)
            by Carol Cox
    • CROCHET:
      Sq. Medallion
            by Mrs Olive F Ashcroft
      Insertion for Bedspread or Scarf
            by Harriet Beard
      Scarf-End in Monkey-Face Lace
            by Mrs J M Hopper
      (2)Pretty Yokes for Camisole(1 filet, pansy design, 1 Irish Lace)
            by Mrs Martha Adkins
      Lampshade in Linen and Lace(cutwork butterflies)
            by Mary E Fitch
      Wide Lace w/ Turned Corner
            by Esther Eggert
      Charming Luncheon Set, Hot Dish Mats to Match(crochet borders)
            by Josephine Wells
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Knit Stitch Embroidery for Milady's Bedroom
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Candle Shade, Novel and Pretty
            by Not Given
      Designs in Oriental Drawnwork or Swedish Weaving
            by Addie may Bodwell
      Requisites for the Guest Chamber
            by Anna R Hapgood
      Old Friend in New, Charming Role
            by Agatha Mayne
      Some Interesting Garments for the Little People
            by Priscilla Graham
      Everybody's Gift Box
            by Mrs Mabel McKinley, Lilian Ede
      Dainty Garments for Intimate Wear
            by Elinor Haviland
      Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by Josephine Wells
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES(canning)
      Delicious Canned Corn
      Tomatoes
      Peaches
      Plums
      Pears
      Other Vegetables
      Crystalized Peaches
      Riviera Jam
      Carrot Marmalade
      Quince Marmalade
      Quince Jelly
      Sweet Pickled Peaches
      Canton Apple Preserves
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Midsummer's Night Dance
            by Mary Woodward Weatherbee
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "The Funniest Girl!",
      "Love Letter" Such as the Editor Likes to Get,
      Always a Way,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #2: October 1923
Page Count: 28
NOTES: I only have the cover for this issue at the moment...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
            by *
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
      *
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      *
            by *
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • RECIPES
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #3: November 1923
Page Count: 44
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Two Beautiful Scarfs w/ Needlepoint Decoration(sq. Reticella motif)
            by Carol Cox
    • CROCHET:
      Tuxedo Collar in Filet, Rose Design
            by Cora Anderson
      Tuxedo Collar, Cuff Set in Filet(vine)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Face Cloth
            by Lilla E Hunting
      Pincushion w/ Crocheted Cover
            by Marie Hultzer
      Crochet Hook is Magic Wand for Beautifying Household Linens
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Favorite Butterfly Motif, Unusual, Effective
            by Mrs Amelia Richard
      Towel and Scarf Insets(filet, rose, cat and reindeer)
            by Carol Cox
      "Duck" lace w/ Turned Corner(filet)
      Variation of the Antique Pattern for Pillow Cover
            by Mrs T H Decker
      Trio of Handkerchiefs w/ Edge, Corners of Crochet
            by Eva Joy Heitmeyer
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      American Legion Emblem(filet) Panel
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Lines for the Household, Embroidered and Lace-trimmed
            by Grace E Macomber
      Porch Set, Card Table Scarf to Match
            by Mrs Will T Perry
      Gifts that are Pretty, Useful, Sure to Be Appreciated
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Handsome Luncheon Cloth in Hardanger
            by Elma Iona Locke
      To Dress Up the Sweater
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Library Set, Unusual and Distinctive
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Linens for the Home, Dignified, Distinctive
            by Grace Eastman Macomber
      Eating Sets for the Little Folks
            by Ethelyn Guppy
    • TATTING:
      "Olive Tray Doily(linen center)",
            by Mrs W C Pyle

      "(2)Narrow Handkerchief Edgings",
            by Julia Wootten

      "Simple Camisole Top",
            by Miss I J Donnelly

      "Camisole w/ Chains of Rickrack Tatting",
            by Martha Ringstad
    • TUTORIAL:
      Lesson in Hairpin or Maltese Crochet
            by Emma Chalmers Monroe
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      First Aid in the Laundry(ironing wax laundry doll)
            by Anna G Bailey
    • RECIPES
      Baked Squash Au Gratin
      Thanksgiving Stuffed Celery
      Just Mashed Potatoes
      Eggs in Potato Cases
      Shepherd's Pie
      Potatoes a la Fromage
      Puffed Potatoes and Sausages
      Baked Cabbage
      Banana Shortcake
      Thanksgiving Nut Bread
      Useful Sponge Cake
      Cheese Straws
      Raisin Sandwiches
      Orange Salad
      Chicken Tapioca Soup
      Glasgow Hash
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Be Thankful
            by Virginia Woods Mackall
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Not a Fairy Tale,
      "Be Ye Thankful",
      A Bit of Inspiration,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #4: December 1923
Page Count: 36
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Dining Room Set Suggestive of Christmas Season(embroidery)
            by Grace E Macomber
    • CROCHET:
      "Biddy" Hot Handle Holder(filet)
            by Carol Cox
      Boudoir or Auto Cap in Knot Stitch and Hairpin Crochet
            by Frieda Hemmerich
      Towel Trim w/ Coronation Braid
            by Madelene R Valente
      Scarf End or chair Back in Filet(flower basket)
            by Mary E Fitch
      Pillow Slips w/ Scallops in Crochet
            by Clara A Olsen
      Doilies w/ Scallop Crochet Border
            by Mary E Fitch
      Bonnet and Cap for Baby
            by Not Given
      Bird Lace w/ Corner(filet)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      (3)Poinsettia Scarf Ends(scalloped, 3-point, w/ shorter points)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Dining Room Set in Cross-stitch
            by Helen Grant
      Jack and Jill Dolls(printed pancake)
            by Helen Grant
      Group of Guest Towels, Luncheon Set
            by Helene
      Centerpiece w/ Cutwork Border(ivy leaves)
            by Louise Palmer
      Napkin Rings
            by Agatha Mayne
      Little Suit for All the Year Round
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • KNITTING:
      Sarasota Sweater, Roberta Sweater
            by Clara E Herlitzins
    • TATTING:
      "6-pt Star Luncheon Set(3 sizes)",
            by Mildred Thompson

      "(4)Trim for What You Wish",
            by E F Tuininga
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Christmas House Cake
      Assorted Christmas Cookies
      Christmas Favors for Children
      Fondant for Bonbons, Cream Walnuts, Chocolate Creams, Etc.
      Fancy Chocolates
      Gelatine Squares
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Christmas
            by Clara L Burnham
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Best Gift,
      Her Gift Box,
      Not "Xmas" Please,
      Pin Money---or a Business,
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 15, 1924: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 15, Issue #5: January 1924
Page Count: 36
NOTES: There are corrections for the Mary Card Centerpiece on page 12 of the June 1924 issue...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Handsome(round) Centerpiece, Fruit Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Table Runner w/ Crochet Trim
            by Ethel M Beardsley
      Scarf End in Lacet Stitch, Leaf Design
            by Ethyl L Allison
      Altar Lace(filet)
            by Helena Aaberg
      Scarf End, Sq. Inset(filet, ravens, dragons)
            by Natalie Dupre
      Charming Bag in Russian Crochet
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      (3)Yokes(filet)
            by Ethelyn L Hubbard
      Shamrock Lace, Insertion(filet)
      (4) Filet Laces
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Handsome(round) Centerpiece, Fruit Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Interesting, Lovely Embroideries for Bedroom
            by Frances Howland
      Pieces for the Living Room, Library
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Dining Room Linens of Decided Distinction, Beauty, Newness
            by Grace Eastman Macomber
      Centerpiece in Hardanger Embroidery
            by Elma Iona Locke
      Dainty Underthings for Spring
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Trio of Charming Guest Towels
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Colorful Pansies in Embroidered Applique
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Luncheon Set w/ French Embroidery, Filet Crochet Inset Medallion
            by Carol Cox
    • KNITTING:
      (2)Knitted Bead Bags
            by Dorothea Mason
      Russian Blouse w/ Sports Hat
            by Clara E Herlitzins
      Baby's Coat, Bonnet, Boy's Suit, Bootees
    • TATTING:
      "Piano Scarf End in Modern Tatting",
            by Mrs Hattie A Deering
    • TUTORIAL:
      How to Clean Black Dresses, Men's Clothes
            by Martha Branch Browne
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Meat Stew w/ Puffy Dumplings
      Fancy Meat Loaf
      Sausage Rolls
      Fish Cutlets
      Getting the Most from a Roast of Beef
      Meat Pie from Chop Trimmings
      Creole Hash
      Fried Eggs w/ Ham or Bacon
      Leftover Meat en Casserole
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      At the Dawning of the Year
            by Alice M Aiken
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Making Your Wish Come True,
      "Original Ideas in All Kinds of Fancy Work",
      "Hybrid Perpetuals",
      Answered by the Editor
            by Margaret Barton Manning
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #6: February 1924
Page Count: 44
NOTES: A. C. Stoddard took over the editorial reins with no fanfare or fond farewell to the previous long-term editor - because the previous long-term editor happened to be her unmarried self...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Doilies to Match Fruit Centerpiece(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      Out Stepped Ann!
            by June Warren
    • CROCHET:
      Little Linens w/ Filet Insets((3)fruit baskets)
            by Carol Cox
      (4)Filet Insertions for Towel Ends, Pillow Slips
            by Not Given
      Adorable Carriage Set of Linen, Filet Lace, Ribbon
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Dainty Round Bag and Purse
            by Not Given
      Cover for Marmalade Jar or Flower Holder
            by Not Given
      Linens w/ Bird or Scroll Insets(filet)
            by Josephine Wells
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Doilies to Match Fruit Centerpiece(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Egyptian Touch in Household Embroideries
            by Ethelyn Guppy
      Table Covers w/ Flower Baskets
            by Cora Wright
      Quaint, Charming Bed Set
            by Ethelyn Guppy
      New, Delightful Use for Embroidered Markings(monograms)
            by Grace Eastman Macomber
      Towels Which are a Joy in the Making
            by Carol Cox
      *Needlecraft's Gift Box
            by *Florence Ingalls
    • KNITTING:
      Suit for Little Boy
            by Not Given
    • TATTING:
      "(2)Triangle Trims for Table Linens",
            by Anna J Johnson
    • TUTORIAL:
      The Favorite in Curtain Pulls(tassels,macrame cord)
            by Margaret Dana
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      A Story in Embroidery
            by W R Gilbert
      Perplexities of the Visiting Card
            by Catherine Blinton Clark
    • RECIPES
      Tough Steak into Prime Cut
      Chocolate Cocoanut Rice
      One-Egg Custard
      Fish Cakes w/out Eggs
      Bacon Strips w/ Eggs
      Saving Time on Baked Potato
      Gelatine in Place of Eggs
      For Soda Receipts
      No Waste in Baked Puddings
      Southern Apple Pie
      Mock-Cherry Pie
      Saving Milk
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Belated Valentine
            by Ella W Ricker
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Over the Telephone,
      Valentines for Needlecraft,
      Feed the Birds,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #7: March 1924
Page Count: 44
NOTES: Full-page ad for the brand new Chevrolet All-Year Sedan - for $795...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      As a Trim for Household Linens, Filet-Crochet Still Bears the Palm(roses)
            by Mary E Fitch
    • CROCHET:
      Rose Design Borders, Scarf End(filet)
            by Olive Ashcroft
      (2)Charming Yokes for Spring
            by Not Given
      Border w/ Corner for Lunchloth, matching Triangle(filet)
            by Not Given
      Filet Lace w/ Corner
            by Mrs G V Memmel
      Border for Wool Crochet
            by Not Given
      Scarf End or Border, Fan Design
            by Mrs R L Latham
      Child's Bonnet
            by Olive Ashcroft
      Lace Border w/ Corner(filet)
            by Not Given
      Sport Hat
            by Agnes Lundby
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Doilies to Match Fruit Centerpiece(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Galaxy of Aprons
            by Helen Grant
      Dainty New Dress(linens) for the Bedroom
            by Grace E Macomber
      Luncheon Set w/ Adorable Fruit Design(cross-stitch)
            by Agatha Mayne
      Towels for Gift Box, Linen Closet
            by Josephine Wells
      When Baby Goes Ajourneying(carriage robe)
            by Ethelyn Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Nadine Sweater
            by Chloe Williams
      Child's Cape, Cap
            by Not Given
    • TATTING:
      "Roses Edge for Handkerchief",
            by Helene Gebhart
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Delicious Bread
      Raisin Bread
      Whole-Wheat Bread
      Five Kinds of Bread Rolls
      Potato Rolls
      Finger Rolls
      Tea Biscuits
      Pocketbook Rolls
      Coffee Rings
      Cinnamon Buns
      Company Biscuits
      Nut Biscuits
      Whole Wheat Breakfast Muffins
      Snake Buns
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      To-morrow's Mother
            by W Livingston Larned
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Story of a Christmas Tree,
      A Repeated Message,
      "The Handkerchief Girl",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #8: April 1924
Page Count: 44
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Luncheon Set Combining Lace(filet flower basket), Embroidery
            by Carol Cox
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      All Eyes on Peggy
            by Betty Earle
    • CROCHET:
      Cherry Bought Lace w/ Corner, Matching Triangle(filet)
            by Not Given
      Scarf End, Napkin Corner(filet,grape vine)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      (3)Filet Edgings w/ Corners,
      Triple Shell Edging
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      New Wild Rose Centerpiece(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Delightsome Noah's Ark Bedroom Set for Littlest Maid, Man
            by Helen Grant
      Table Linens in Bright Colors, Easy Stitches(w/ (3)crochet edgings)
            by Agnes May Golden
      Some Charming Bits of Needlework(w/ crochet, cutwork)
            by Carol Cox
      Some Colorful Embroideries for the Dining Room
            by Elinor M Haviland
      Table Cover Distinctly Italian in character(w/ Reticella inset)
            by Natalie Dupre
      Interesting Embroideries for Living Room, Library
            by Marion Dana
      Trio of Guest Towels, Novel, Fetching
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • KNITTING:
      (5)Edgings
            by Frieda Bettex
    • TATTING:
      "Baby's Jacket, Scarf End of Modern Tatting(w/ tassles)",
            by Anna J Johnson

      "Sq. Camisole Yoke",
            by Fanny Fugate

      "Dainty, Quickly Made Little Cap(bonnet)",
            by Mrs D S Bryan
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      White Sauce
      Onion Sauce
      Parsley Sauce or Egg Sauce
      Cheese Sauce
      Cream-of-Tomato Sauce
      Marshmallow Sauce
      Meat Sauce
      Jelly Sauce
      Raisin Sauce
      Plain Tomato Sauce
      Sauce Piquant
      Bread Sauce
      Drawn Butter
      Cucumber Sauce
      Cocoanut Sauce
      Lemon Sauce
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Easter
            by Caroline A Walker
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Then Comes Easter,
      Once More---The Birds,
      Pleas for Being "Different",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #9: May 1924
Page Count: 36
NOTES: This is one of those rare covers that displays tatting!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Set for the Library or Living Room,Showing the New Dorondo Embroidery(w/ a pineapple crochet border)
            by Addie may Bodwell
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      *
            by *
    • CROCHET:
      Border, Insertion w/ Corners
            by Mrs J C Logus
      Especially Dainty Yoke for Camisole
            by Lottie Mosher
      Yoke made from Pinecone Medallion
            by Lavilla W Macomber
      Filet Yoke
            by Mrs Clara M Jones
      Border w/ Corner, Matching Triangle
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Narrow Edging
      Fern Leaf Lace and Corner w/ Matching Triangle(filet)
      More Variations of the Antique Pattern(w/ corners)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Handsome Bedspread in Trefoil Design(filet bands)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      3-Piece Sets Are Up-to-the-Minute, Altogether Charming
            by Marion Matthews
      Luncheon Set- Easy to Make and Pretty
            by Harriet Wheeler
      Dining Room Linens in Solid Embroidery, Cutwork
            by Evelyn Southend
      Tray Cloth Combining Drawnwork, Oriental Darning
            by Martha Adkins
    • KNITTING:
      Sweater Blouse
            by Not Given
    • TATTING:
      "Scarf End or Border for Piano Scarf",
            by Anna J Johnson

      "Togs for the Wee One, Dainty and Bewitching(on cover)",
            by Nellie A Johnson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions-(p11 has color!)
    • RECIPES
      Strawberry Angel Baba
      Glace Strawberry
      Strawberry Ice Cream Charlotte
      Rich Strawberry Ice Cream
      Baskets of Strawberries
      Strawberry Ice
      Strawberry Cup
      Strawberry Shortcake
      Other Strawberry Ideas
      Novelty Ice Cream Sandwich
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Craftsmanship
            by W Livingston Larned
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      One Mother's Day,
      A Bit of Good Advice,
      Gift Shop That Is To Be,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #10: June 1924
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Teacloth w/ Corners of Favorite Butterfly Motif(filet)
            by Grace L Fitch
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      If One Only Knew
            by Beatrice Imboden
    • CROCHET:
      Comfy Kimono for the Littlest One
            by Mrs G W Culver
      Scarf End of Tabs in Filet(stemmed roses)
            by Mrs Martha Adkins
      Butterfly(Filet) Novelty in Camisole Tops
            by I Luella Schorr
      Wheel Design for Bedspread
            by Mrs F V Smith
      Marjorie Sweater, Audrey Sweater
            by Clara E Herlitzius
      Simplicity Edging
            by Clara M Jones
      Eleanor Edging
            by Mabel C Doty
      (2)filet Edgings
            by Mrs Martha Adkins
      Scarf w/ Filet Flower and Band Insertion
            by Mary E Fitch
      Dress for Young Girl
            by Not Given
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Centerpiece, Scarf in White Embroidery
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Delightful Little Linens That Smack of Summery Days
            by Agatha Mayne
      Charming Togs for Little Folks, Grownups
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • KNITTING:
      Barbara Sweater, Jeannette Sweater
            by Jennie Crow
      (3)Novel Designs in laces
            by Frieda Bettex
    • TATTING:
      "Powder Puff w/ Tatted Corner",
            by Anna J Johnson

      "Doilies w/ Tatted Border",
            by Mrs C U Bramblette
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CORRECTION:
      "Centerpiece, Fruit Design(filet)"(January 1924)
    • RECIPES
      Cherry Pie
      English Cherry Pie
      Cherry Blancmange
      Cherry Steamed Pudding
      Cherry Jelly
      Cherry Fritters
      Cherry Olives
      Cherry Marmalade
      Sauce for Cherry Fritters
      Cherry Ice Cream or Tortoni
      Cherry Ice or Sherbet
      Cherry and Currant Jam
      Cherry Conserve
      Cherry Vinegar
      Cherry Punch
      Cherry Salad
      Honey Dressing for Fruit Salad
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      How Grandma kept Well and Happy
            by Nina St Clair Campbell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Rose for Father,
      Some Little Pots of Gold,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #11: July 1924
Page Count: 28
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Emblem of "The Daughters of the American Revolution"(round filet)
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      New Filet Designs for Table Runner, Pillow Top
            by Grace L Fitch
      Baby's Bonnet in Hairpin Crochet
            by Mrs W J King
      Centerpiece w/ Mile-a-Minute Motif
            by Mrs David Ebersol
      Pretty Water Set
            by Mrs Louise Brudahl
      Filet Yoke
            by Helene Gebhart
      Filet Lace
            by Mrs martha Adkins
      Elice Edging
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
      Abbyville Lace
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
      Border in Filet
            by Edith Beltzhoover
      Child's Shoe in Afghan Stitch
            by Anne Goodchild
      Water Lily Lace w/ Corner, Matching Triangle(filet)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Emblem of "The Daughters of the American Revolution"(round filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Dainty Little Frocks for Dear Little Maids
            by Cora Wright
      Collar/Cuff Sets
            by Josephine Wells
      Bewitching Bedroom Set
            by Bennie Hall
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's Bootee
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
    • TATTING:
      "Border for Doilies or Luncheon Set",
            by Mrs S R Sims

      "(3) Camisole Yokes(w/ rickrack,ribbon)",
            by Nellie A Johnson
    • RECIPES
      Summer Salads
      Cucumber Gelatine Salad
      Salad Dressings
      Tomato Cheese Salad
      Onion and Cucumber Salad
      French Dressing
      Gelatine Salad
      Cold Meat and Green Pea Salad
      Supper Salad
      Cream Gelatine Salad
      String Bean Company Salad
      Creamed Swiss Chard
      Fried tomatoes on Toast
      Stewed Young Carrots
      Cooking Summer Vegetables
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      The Rhyme of the Stitches
            by Florence M Calkins
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Preserving Hint,
      From the Editor to...,
      Origin of the Zelle Gift Shop,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 15, Issue #12: August 1924
Page Count: 28
NOTES: I was pretty shocked to see a swastika pattern given in this issue, then recalled what year it was published in...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Crocheted Set for the Littlest One
            by Clara E Herlitzius
    • CROCHET:
      Initial Teacloth Corners
            by Ida C Farr
      Berry Spray Lace w/ Corner(filet)
            by Not Given
      US Marine Corps Emblem for Pillow Top(filet)
            by Mrs E R Sommer
      (4)Narrow Edgings
            by Lilly May Nelson
      Swastika Border w/ Corner(filet)
            by Mrs J S Daiken
      Buttercup Lace w/ Corner, Matching Triangle(filet)
      Border in Cluster Stitch
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Lace for Altar Cloth(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Interesting Set in Bright Colors, Simple Stitchery
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Covers for Mah Jong Table
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Luncheon Set Featuring New Free Applique
            by Mrs C U Bramblette
    • KNITTING:
      Fan Pattern Insertion Band
            by Mrs A T Hill
      (4)Narrow Laces
            by Mary Sue McClanahan
      (3)Men's Ties
            by Not Given
    • TATTING:
      "Child's Yoke w/ Sleeves",
            by Hilda Ringenberg
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Blackberry Cornstarch Pudding
      Blueberry Meringue Pie
      Pears au Naturael w/ Cherries
      Peach Meringue Pie
      Blueberry Buns
      Blackberry Shortcake
      Blackberry Pudding
      Lemon Sauce
      Canning Uncooked Blueberries
      Candied Watermelon Rind
      Delicious Mind Jelly
      Sweet Pickled Peaches
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Grandmother's Quilt
            by Dorothea Ellen Young
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Question,
      Concerning Needlecraft Shops,
      Capitalize Your Vacation,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #1: September 1924
Page Count: 44
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Luncheon Sets Featuring Drawn-in Threads of Color
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • CROCHET:
      Cover for Sugar Bowl or Medicine Glass
            by Mrs F A Ackerley
      Lace/Insertion for Pillow Slips
            by Jennie Beals
      Durable Trim for Towel Ends
            by Velma Wyant
      Handsome Dragon Design for Chair Back(filet)
            by Josephine Wells
      Corners for Teacloth, Napkins(filet, tea service motifs)
            by Mrs L A Delorne
      (2)Laces w/ Corner(filet, rose, flower basket)
            by Mrs Martha Adkins
      (2)Filet Yokes(1 sq.), Rose Design
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Sq. Doily w/ Linen Center
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Shower of Lovely Towels
            by Carol Cox
      Handsome Set in Yarn Embroidery for Library
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Aprons That Combine Utility, Beauty in Marked Degree
            by Cora Wright
      Interesting Set for next Bridge Luncheon
            by Helen Grant
      Gifts for the Housewife
            by Elsie Sutherland
      Household Linens of Irresistible Charm, Novelty
            by Helene Gebhart
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's Coat, Bonnet
            by Not Given
      (3)Laces
            by Mary Sue McClanahan, Mrs J W McLeod, Helena Aaberg
      Baby's Frock, Boy's Sweater
            by Not Given
    • TATTING:
      "Centerpiece of Linen and Tatted Squares",
            by Mrs A W Thornton
    • TUTORIAL:
      Renaissance of the Drawn-In Rug
            by Martha Wainwright
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Favorite Grape Dessert
      Grape Whip
      Grape Fancies
      Grape Jelly Cake
      Rich Grape Preserves
      Best of All Catchup
      Virginia Spiced Grapes
      Grape Jelly That Jells
      Unfermented Grape Juice
      Grape Salad
      Bran Luncheon Biscuit
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Needlecraft Queen
            by Sara Louks
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Her Book of Joys,
      A "Fair" Beginning,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #2: October 1924
Page Count: 48
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Some Interesting Combinations of (filet)Lace and Linen
            by Emma L Boardman
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      Janie's Secret
            by Grace G Reihm
    • CROCHET:
      Filet Chair Back(peacocks), Cloth and Napkin Corners(filet, butterflies)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Dainty Pillow of Linen, Filet Lace
            by Helene Gebhart
      Pythian Sisters Emblem for Pillow Top(filet)
            by W F Mellott
      Hot Dish Mats, Horn of Plenty Design
            by Mrs Ruby Klassen
      Baby's Sleeveless Jacket
            by Mrs A L Lewen
      Vandyke Lace in Knot Stitch, Filet
            by Mrs F C Kuelme
      Daisy Lace
            by Eva Kelton
      Child's Yoke w/ Sleaves(filet)
            by Mrs Viola Jenkins
      Sunbonnet Babies(filet)-
      #1: The Sweeper,
      #2: The Duster
            by Mrs H K Leppink
      "Lillie" Lace
      (2)Borders for Doiies, Centerpieces(fan pattern, medallion)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Emblem of the Eastern Star(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Dining Room Embroideries in Gay Colors
            by Bennie Hall
      Dainty Useful Gifts for Littlest Folks
            by Carol Cox
      Furnishings for the Living Room
            by Katherine MacDonald
      Black Sateen Affords Fascinating Foundation for Gay Stitcheries
            by Helen Grant
      Hot Handle Holder(cloth)
            by Helene Gebhart
      Handkerchiefs for Kiddies
            by Agnes Choate Wonson
      Intriguing Hat, Scarf w/ Wool Embroidery
            by Helen Grant
      Towels for Glass, Silver, China
            by Bennie Hall
      3-Piece Table Set
            by Grace E Macomber
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's Drawers
            by Not Given
      Knitted Set for Miss Dolly
            by Mrs E S Cook
      Baby's Jacket, Cap
    • TATTING:
      "Cover for Round Pillow",
            by Mabel Kesl
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Whole Wheat Raisin Bread
      Raisin White Bread
      Bran Bread
      Bran Muffins
      Raisin Ice Cream
      Rice Custard Pudding w/ Raisins
      Raisin Baking Powder Biscuits
      Strawberry Gelatine Fancy
      Orange Snow
            by *Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Blooming in the Fall
            by Clara J Denton
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Some Answers to a Question,
      Day by Day,
      The Finishing Touches,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #3: November 1924
Page Count: 48
NOTES: *

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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Knitted Togs Which Demonstrate Comfort, Good Looks
            by Frances S Bruce
    • CROCHET:
      Bag w/ Crocheted Trim
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Old Centerpieces, Doilies w/ Crochet Edgings
            by Elsie Sutherland
      (filet)Trim for Dining Room Linens, Chrysanthemum Design
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Spoke Lace
            by Mrs Julia Pinegar
      Edgings W Corner(filet)
            by Ida C Farr
      Napkin Corner Matching Cherry-Bough Pattern(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Child's Round Yoke of Hex Medallions
            by Carrie Hooper
      Sunbonnet Babies(filet)-
      #3: The Marketwoman,
      #4: The Washerwoman,
      #5: The Cook
            by Mrs H K Leppink
      Oval Doily or Traycloth(filet)
            by Not Given
      Lace, Insertion w/ Corner(filet, fleur-de-Lis)
            by Edward Ellis Ford
      (2)Quaint Eating Bibs from Overseas(filet, birds)
            by Anna Ferarri
      Trim For Anything You Wish(1 filet, one triangles w/ tassles, 1 fan, one cluny w/ tassles)
            by Mrs O F Ashcroft
      Oddfellow Emblem for Pillow Top(filet)
            by W F Mellott
      "Teddy Bear" Lace(filet)
            by Not Given
      Bedroom Slippers
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Luncheon/Bridge Cloth, Napkins(filet flowers, card pips)
      Handbag of Seeds
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Bags for many Uses, Desireable and Different
            by Addie m Bodwell
      Easy Embroideries for the Bedroom Beautiful
            by Bennie Hall
      Handkerchiefs for Christmas Giving
            by Emma L Boardman
      Cap, Gown for Milady's Wearing
            by Helen Grant
      Everybody's Gift Box
            by Madelene R Valente
      Set of Covers for Overstuffed Furniture
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Page of Cross-stitch Designs(in color!)
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's Sock w/ Knee
            by Anne Goodchild
      Alicia Vest, Imogene Sweater, Victor Sweater(for boys)
            by Frances S Bruce
      Bedroom Slippers
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Delicious Turkey Stuffing
      Gravy Cakes
      Sweet Potato Croquettes
      Stuffed Onions
      Pineapple Salad
      Glorified Indian Pudding
      Ice Cream Apples
      Chocolate Wafer Sandwiches
      Marshmallow Mold
      Surprise Salad for Thanksgiving
      Thanksgiving Citron Cake
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Thanksgiving
            by Margaret Aliona Dole
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "Nothing To Be Thankful For",
      American Prayer Rug,
      Taking Account of Stock,
      Mrs W R Long, of California,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #4: December 1924
Page Count: 48
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      New Luncheon Set You Will Delight in Making(embroidery)
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • CROCHET:
      Corner, Door Pillow Top, Grape Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Hot Dish Mat, Rose Pattern
            by Rosa W Smith
      (4)Pulls for Curtains, Electric Lights
            by Lilla E Hunting
      Corner for Tea Cloth, Violet Design(filet)
            by Inez B Strouse
      Insertion w/ Corner, Rose Design
            by Mrs H J Hanson
      Quaint Toys for the Kiddies(Penguin, Birdie)
            by Helen Perry Curtis
      Dainty Powder Puff
      Church Lace w/ Corner, Lily Design(filet)
      Border for Doily, Wheel Pattern
      Block Lace w/ Corner
      Antique Lace w/ Corner
      Ribbon Lace, Insertion w/ Corner
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Variety of Napkin Corners(filet)-
      #1: Grapevine
      #2: Wild Rose and Pigeon
      #3: Initial
      #4: Initial w/ Lacet Filling
      #5: Honeysuckle
      #6: Matching Afternoon Tea Cloth
      #7: Marguerite
      Shriner's Emblem Pillow Top(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Christmas Letter Everyone Is Sure to be Watching For
            by Emma L Boardman
      Pretty Togs for Dressing Up the Home
            by Bennie Hall
      Dining Room Sets, Unusual, Interesting
            by Agatha Mayne
      Bedroom Set w/ Embroidred Applique
            by Ethelyn Guppy
      Bright Embroideries for the Dining Room
            by Grace E Macomber
      Gifts for the Housekeeper
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Household Linens Featuring Reticella Medallions
            by Carol Cox
      Library Set of Black Sateen
            by Marion Dana
      Cross-stitch Motifs Page(in color!)
    • KNITTING:
      (3)Laces w/ Corners(eyelet, scroll, trefoil)
            by Florence Marian Hayes
      Baby Set
            by Christine Yeranian
    • TATTING:
      "Nightgown Yoke w/ Crochet",
            by Mrs D N Beard

      "Lovely Yoke of Rose Medallions",
            by Martha Stockdale

      "Child's Yoke in Modern Tatting",
            by Anna J Johnson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES
      Christmas Tutti Frutti
      Uncooked Fondant Candy
      Christmas Plum Pudding Bonbons
      Crystalized Popcorn
      Salted Almonds or Peanuts
      Stuffed Dates
      Christmas Bonbon Cakes
      Christmas Pound Cakes
      Gay Christmas Dessert
      Fancy Salads
      Christmas Star Salad
      Pineapple Star Salad
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Christmas Quilt
            by Grace H Dryden
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Gift Subscription,
      Teach the Little Folks to Give,
      Do What You Can,
      Her Verdict,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 16, 1925: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 16, Issue #5: January 1925
Page Count: 48
NOTES: The story in this issue was NOT just an ad for The Women's Institute...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      These Lovely Linens for the Dining Room Specialize in Cutwork
            by Carol Cox
    • FICTION:
      It Takes Courage Only
            by Helen Austin
    • FICTION(actually an ad):
      Coralie Confides in Me!
            by Marjorie Dixon
    • CROCHET:
      Filet Bag, Rose Design
            by Emma L Boardman
      Filet Border and Triangle, Snowdrops in Vase Design
            by Not Given
      Wild Rose Filet Borders(4 different corners/edgings, 1 Camisole yoke)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      "Home Sweet Home" w/ Roses Design, Door Panel in Filet
            by Mrs Mary Thompson
      (3)Rnd Medallions for Many Uses
            by Mrs Eleanor D Hill
      Rebekah Pillow in Fillet(reprint
            by Pearl McNeilly
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Stork Baby Pillow in Filet
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Charming Possibilities of a Single Lovely Wreath Design
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Individual Breakfast Set
            by Emma L Boardman
      Designs in Uncut Hardanger, Ivory Work or Flat Stitch Embroidery
            by Mrs E E Frick
      Color a Feature Little Linens(color on page!)
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Simple Lines, Colorful Embroideries Dominate the New Mode
            by Bennie Hall
      Quartette of Aprons
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Bedroom Set You Will Love to Own, Use(with color!)
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • KNITTING:
      The Teddy Suit(on cover)
            by Clara Herlitzius
      Ladies' Sweater-Blouse
            by Not Given
      Lace/Insertion Sets- Shamrock, Pyramid
            by Anna Brunton
    • TATTING:
      "(2)Insertion/Borders w/ (1)Corner, (5)Medallions",
            by Anna J Johnson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      The Relationship of Charm and Personality to Good Manners
            by Eleanor Warburton
    • RECIPES
      Cabbage a la Hamburger
      Sausage Rolls
      Roast Chicken Italian Style
      Stewed Chicken w/ Golden Sauce
      Boston Pot Roast
      Beef Rissoles
      Round Steak
      Baked Tomato Hash
      Bacon and Batter
      Veal Pie
      Pickled Apples
      Baked Tripe
      Liver and Onions
      Ham Balls
      Stuffed Pork Tenderloins
      To Make Potted Ham
      Baked Sweetbreads
      Boiled Cod w/ Oysters
      Creamed Oysters
      Stewed Shrimps
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Song for the New Year
            by Vivian Y Laramore
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "Wish You a Happy New Year",
      Take Notice, Please,
      Anothe rBit of Experience,
      Again---Those Nerves,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #6: February 1925
Page Count: 48
NOTES: There is a correction for the Trinity Lace(knit) on page 31 of the April 1925 issue;

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Dining Room Linens, Distinctive, In Every Way Worthwhile(embroidery/cutwork,crochet scallop scarf ends)
            by Emma L Boardman
    • CROCHET:
      Filet Border for Household Linens, Tea Service Design
            by Not Given
      Selma Lace
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
      Collar in Crochet
            by Ella Howe
      "Veterans of Foreign Wars" Emblem for Pillow Top
            by Adaline Abington
      "Arenda" Doily
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
      Centerpiece in Venetian Crochet
            by Henrietta Campbell
      (10)Dainty Narrow Edgings for Many Uses
            by Miss E F Tainsh
      Filet Yoke, Grape Leaf Design
            by Florence Marian Hayes
      Yoke- Attractive Var. of "Mile-a-Minute" Design
            by Margie Norris
      (filet)Lace for Towel Ends
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Pillow Cover or Oval Center, Wren and Mimosa Design
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Colorful Embroideries for the Dining Room
            by Helen Grant
      Embroidered Linens for the Home(4 crochet edgings)
            by Alice Mason Deland
      (3)Attractive 3-Piece Sets
            by Agatha mayne
      Group of Lovely Towels
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Ladies' Suit
            by Not Given
      Child's Cap w/ Gored Crown
            by Mrs S L Peltzer
      Lace w/ Corner
            by Florence Marian Hayes
      Togs for the Littlest Folk
            by Clara Herlitzius
      (2)Thread Lace in Knitting
            by Mrs J S Martin
    • TATTING:
      "Centerpiece of Many Possibilities",
            by Mrs J C Spencer
    • OTHER:
      Serviceable Handbag from an Inner Tube
            by Mrs G B Billings
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      The Amazing Moment
            by June Warren
    • RECIPES(best use of canned)
      Peas w/ Cream
      Creamed Peas, Celery
      Peas and Carrots
      Souffle of Peas
      Corn Fluff
      Corn Pudding
      Baked Corn
      Mock Oysters
      New York Fritters
      Escalloped Tomatoes
      Tomato Pilau
      Tomato Beef Bake
      Corn and Tomatoes
      Baked Asparagus
      Escalloped Corn w/ Cheese
      String Beans Served Plain
      String Beans w/ Brown Butter
      String Beans w/ Vinegar
      Tomato Toast
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Family Valentine
            by Anne C Strong
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Message to the Purpose,
      Hats Off Again...to Maine, This Time,
      Just Among Ourselves,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #7: March 1925
Page Count: 44
NOTES: There is a correction for the Scarf, Grapevine Pattern on page 21 of the January 1926 issue...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Scarf to match the Grapevine Teacloth
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Scarf End, Ring Design
            by Mrs B Welden
      Wheel Lace for Scarf End
            by Nina Bates
      Doily, Monkey Face Pattern
            by Mary Hodgkinson
      Lace for Altar Cloth(filet)
            by Mary Mistretta
      Bannerdale Lace w/ Corner
      Knight Templar Insignia for Pillow Top
            by W F Mellott
      Pointed Yoke, Nightgown Yoke of Medallions
            by Mrs C H Faunce
      Pansy Lace, Matching Triangle(filet)
      Sphinx Border w/ Corner(filet)
      Lace for Afternoon Teacloth
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Scarf to Match the Grapevine Teacloth
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      New-Time Bed Set in Knot Stitch Embroidery
            by Mary S Norcross
      Alluring Designs in Garments for Intimate Wear
            by Marie Boudreau
      Bright Color Dining Room Embroideries
            by Helen Grant
      New (lamp)Shades That Anyone Can Make(color!)
            by Helen Grant
      Favorite Basket Design in Applique
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      New Wrinkles in Towel Making
            by Emma L Boardman
      Daintiest of Toggery for Intimate Wear(on cover)
            by Addie May Bodwell
      Dainty Handkerchief is a Delightful Gift
            by Mrs G L Morris
      Make the Kitchen Attractive
            by Agatha Mayne
    • KNITTING:
      Jaunty Cap for Laddie Boy
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
      Roman Stripe Scarf
            by Emma L Boardman
    • TATTING:
      "Large Doily, (2)Handkerchief Edgings",
            by Anna Hoskins

      "(4)Trims w/ Piquant Charm",
            by Sudie Sherrod
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      A Miracle Mother
            by Marion Bryant
    • RECIPES
      Baked Mackerel w/ rice
      Creamed Fish w/ Parsley Sauce
      White Fricassee of Oysters
      Creamed Scallops in Shell
      Baked Pan Fish
      Salmon Loaf
      Codfish Baked in Milk
      New England Fish Chowder
      New Orleans Baked Fish
      Broiled Salt Codfish w/ Potato Cakes
      Steamed Fish
      Favorite Fish Balls
      Fish Croquettes
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Needlecraft Helps
            by Mrs L C Heath
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Roses in Midwinter,
      Shall We Have It?(a table of contents),
      Earning a Living w/ the Needle,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #8: April 1925
Page Count: 48
NOTES: There is a correction for the pattern "Baby Bonnet, Pineapple Design" in the August 1925 issue on page 20...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Lovely Centerpiece in Simplest Cutwork Will Prove a Joy Forever
            by Hilma Christensen
    • CROCHET:
      Roses in Filet Are Blooming For Your Bedroom
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Wheel Lace
            by Mrs F J Cantillon
      Daisy Lace
            by Mrs A L Norman
      (2)Baby Jackets
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Spoke Lace w/ Turned Collar
            by Mrs m E Davidson
      (3)Attractive, Serviceable Trim(filet)
            by Edward Ellis Ford
      (3)Attractive Trims in Filet and Lacet
            by Annie Howeth
      Jaunty Cap for Any Tot
            by Mrs Jessie Lamb
      Border, Star Pattern, w/ Corner(filet)
            by Luella M Grimbly
      Camisole Top
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Pretty Pillowslips
            by Grace Eastman Macomber
      Dining Room Linens
            by Agatha Mayne
      Set for Library or Living Room, Novel, Distinctive
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Last Word in 3-Piece Buffet Set
            by Helene Gebhart
      Enticing Chairback in Apricot Linen(dragons in cross-stitch)
            by Emma L Boardman
      Dress-Up Suit for a Little Girl(on cover)
            by Helen Grant
    • KNITTING:
      Pamela Frock(for baby)
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Doily, Border for Teacloth in Tapestry Knitting(owl motif)
            by Anna Brunton
      Sleeveless Sweater
            by Pearl M Brumback
      Blouse in Simple Block Pattern
    • TATTING:
      "Scarf End",
            by Anna J Johnson

      "Scarf End w/ Twisted Tatting, Vandyke Edging",
            by Anna Hoskins

      "Edge for Doilies, Camisole Top in 1-Thread Tatting",
            by Mrs C H Faunce

      "(3) Dainty Borders for Doilies, Towels, Handkerchiefs",
            by Caroline Krott

      "(2)Baby Bonnets for Springtime",
            by Robbie West Prior

      "Baby Bonnet, Pineapple Design",
            by Mrs I M Wilburn

      "Baby Bonnet",
            by Miss C H Bates
    • TUTORIAL:
      Novelties in Sealing-Wax(the kind used on letters)
            by Katherine V Kasser
      Flat Bead-Chain w/ Picot Edge(beading)
            by May Peters
      Novel and Attractive Pieces in Basketry
            by Margaret J Carney
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      Entertaining and Being Entertained
            by Eleanor Warburton
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      Julie's a Wonder!
            by Marjorie Adams
    • CORRECTION:
      "Trinity Lace(knit)"(Feb. 1925)
    • RECIPES
      Printanier Salad
      Canned String Bean Salad
      Butterfly Pie
      April Fool Salad
      Rhubarb Cooked w/ Prunes
      Flower Cakes for Easter
      Potato Chocolate Cake
      Rice Fruit Pudding
      Cornstarch Prune Pudding
      Cereal Rabbit w/ Cheese Sauce
      Milanese Macaroni
      Nested Eggs
      Omelet Roll
      Corned Beef Rechaufee
      Meat Loaf w/ Potato Crust
      Creole Ham
      Chicken Dumplings
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Legend of the Easter Lily
            by Minna Irving
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Little Saint Ruby,
      True Story of Mollie's Gift Shop,
      For Easter Wearing,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #9: May 1925
Page Count: 48
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Design for Buffet Set(cherubs) in Filet Crochet and Lacet Stitch
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Novelty Lace
            by Mrs J H Deeling
      Individual Pillow Slips "Mother" "Father"(filet)
            by Jennie Beals
      Viola Scarf End in Filet
            by Euphemia Tainsh
      (2)Trims, Unusual, Attractive(Octagon, Torchon)
            by C A Crooks
      Needle Painting in Crochet, Using 2 or More Colors
            by Mrs T D Martin
      (3)Doilies for the Hope Chest
            by Lillian Harris, Aurora Beavers, Jennie Beals
      (2)More Doilies for the Hope Chest
            by Dorothy Meservey, Margaret E Sweeting
      Masonic Emblem, Double-headed Eagle of 32nd Degree(filet)
            by W F Mellott
      (4)Pretty Trimmings Suitable for Many Uses(Ella(w/ insertion), Anchor, Cleona)
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Camisole Top in Filet
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Design for Buffet Set(cherubs) in Filet Crochet and Lacet Stitch
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Curtains for the Enchanted Cottage
            by Bennie Hall
      Luncheon Sets
            by Beatrice Ferrell Sobolenski
      Colorful Living Room Embroideries
            by Agatha Mayne
      Sq. Centerpiece in Hardanger Embroidery
            by Nellie Clarke Browne
      Gifts for the Kiddies(bibs,Peter Rabbit Shoe Pocket)
            by Beatrice Ferrell
    • KNITTING:
      Baby's 1st Garments- Petticoat, Jacket, Shirt, Drawers, Belt
    • TATTING:
      "Scarf End w/ Crochet",
            by Mrs Alice McLeod

      "6-pt Doily for the Hope Chest(linen center)",
            by Marie Meyer

      "(7)Attractive and Useful Trims",
            by Clara Haase

      "Dainty Collar",
            by Anna Hoskins
    • TUTORIAL:
      New Baskets for Ferns and Flowers(basket weaving)
            by Margaret J Carney
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      Amenities of Engagements
            by Eleanor Warburton
    • RECIPES
      Spinach and Cheese Timbales
      Asparagus Patties
      Patty Shells
      Quick Patty Cases
      Spring Salad
      Dandelion Salad
      Dandelion Asparagus
      Vegetable Dinners
      Dandelions w/ Melted Butter
      Tart Greens
      Spinach Cooked w/out Water
      Spinach w/ Scrambled Eggs
      Spring Scallop
      Vegetables and Baking Powder Biscuits
      Creamed Young Carrots
      Young Cabbage Bake
      Chard "Asparagus"
      Spinach, Dandelions or Beet Greens w/ Tomato Sauce
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Thinking of Mother
            by Hannah Doppmann
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Remembering Mother,
      Leaves from One Woman's Notebook of Experience,
      Again the Gift Subscription,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #10: June 1925
Page Count: 28
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Easy To Do Are These Embroideries for the Bedroom
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • CROCHET:
      Lace/Insertions(filet)- Keeble, Colne, Marne, Selby, Butterfly-and-Lacet
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
      Tuxedo Collar in Filet
            by Madelene R Valents
      Overly Lace
            by Arline Olson
      (2)Edgings, Useful and Pretty
            by Katherine Bestfather
      Camisole Top, Nightgown Yoke, Dogwood Blossom Design(filet)
            by Mrs A R McQueen
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Deep Border, Tulip Design, for Table Cover, Curtains, Dresser Scarf(filet,on cover)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Linens w/ Colored Borders, Ready-Drawn Threads
            by Emma L Boardman
      Effective Bedroom Set in Simple Hardanger
            by Alma MacTammany
      Some Novel, Appealing Var. in Popular 3-Piece Sets
            by Grace E Macomber
      Embroideries for the Home
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Quaint Picture Pillow in Applique
            by Beatrice Sobolenski
    • TATTING:
      "Insertion/Edge w/ Hairpin Crochet",
            by Anna J Johnson

      "A Trim for Any Use",
            by Anna Hoskins
    • TUTORIAL:
      Serving Tray, Hanging Basket for Our Reed Workers
            by Margaret J Carney
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      When A Girl Marries
            by Eleanor Warburton
    • RECIPES
      Fruit Baskets
      Jellied Consomme
      Wedding Salad
      Butterfly Salad
      Wedding Cake
      Ice Cream Werved in Meringue Shells
      Frozen Hearts
      Wedding Rolls
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      My Mother's Crochet
            by Olive F Woolley Burt
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Expectation of Good,
      Another Leaf from That Notebook,
      All Friends Together,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #11: July 1925
Page Count: 28
NOTES: Campbell's soup full-page ads have begun to crop up...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Embroidered Pieces Rank First Among Good Gifts(w/ filet edging)
            by Emma L Boardman
    • CROCHET:
      Unique, Lovely (filet)Trim for Pillow Slips, Rose Design
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Kimono for the Baby
            by Nellie C Hiday
      Scarf End in Filet(flowers, berries)
            by Mrs J E Hamilton
      Corner for Luncheon Cloth
            by Mrs H R Reynolds
      Edge for Buffet Set or Curtains
            by Madelene R Valente
      Lace w/ Corner
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Practical, Easy-to-Make Table Sets
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Choose Prettiest for Your Summer Needlework
            by Helen Grant
      Some Charming Little Frocks w/ Different, Distinctive Decoration
            by Helen Perry Curtis
      Unique Party Dresses for the Card Table- Smoking Suits, Butterfly Suits
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Playtime is Delightsome When One's Clothes are Right
            by Helen Grant
      Embroideries for Spare-Moment Recreation
            by Helene Gebhart
    • KNITTING:
      Janice Sweater
            by Pearl M Brumbach
    • TATTING:
      "Dainty Yoke for Baby's Dress",
            by Mrs G S Magee
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      The Art of Introducing People
            by Eleanor Warburton
    • RECIPES
      Blueberry Cake
      Blueberry Sauce
      Strawberry Roll
      Bread Pudding w/ Cherries or Berries
      Cherry Sauce
      Boiled Berry Pudding
      Blueberry Bread Pudding
      Strawberry Custard Pudding
      Blackberry Cake
      Strawberry Souffle
      Berry Custard Pie
      Berry Tapioca
      Candied Cherries
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      The Language of To-day
            by Alice A Graydon
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Needlecraft's New Department(Buyers' Aid Dept),
      "The Old New England Hooked Rug",
      Encouraging Bit of Experience,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 16, Issue #12: August 1925
Page Count: 28
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Handsome and Attractive Table Runner for Living Room, Library(w/ crochet medallions)
            by Addie May Bodwell
    • CROCHET:
      Attractive Yoke in Filet and Lacet
            by Winifred M Pelletier
      Flag Insertion
            by Mrs C H Leach
      Medallion w/ Border
            by Mrs Anna Sims
      Lace w/ Corner(filet)
            by Mrs S L Peltzer
      Border, Strip & Square for Bedspread, Chrysanthemum Design
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      (8)Novel, Fascinating Edgings
            by Marie Haase
      Athens Doily(linen center)
      Shell Pattern Doily(linen center)
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Hardanger Centerpiece in Green and White
            by Nellie Clark Brown
      Favorite 3-Piece Sets, Colorful, Charming
            by Grace E Macomber
      Colorful Luncheon Set of Unusual Cheer, Charm
            by Helen Grant
      Luncheon Cloth in Roumanian Embroidery
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • KNITTING:
      Daffodil Sweater w/ Vest in Color Knitting
    • TATTING:
      "Yoke of Tiling Squares,
      Border for Doily,
      Shuttle-shaped Medallion,
      Edging to Match Medallion"
      ,
            by Anna Hoskins
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      Self-Expression in the Dining Room
            by John Morrison Curtis
    • CORRECTION:
      "Pineapple Baby Bonnet"(April 1925)
    • RECIPES
      Sandwich Fillings
      Tomato or Cucumber Sandwiches
      New Peanut Sandwiches
      Chopped Meat Sandwich Filling
      Biscuit Sandwiches
      Pineapple Cake
      Little Spice Cakes
      Homemade Gingersnaps
      Sponge Cake Sandwiches
      Cheese Straws
      Pineapple Lemonade
      Grape Punch
      Fruit Lemonade
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      To the Busy Homemaker
            by Laura M Dunn
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Her Day Out,
      Once More, the Question(What Will We Buy?),
      New Solutions of an Old Problem,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #1: September 1925
Page Count: 48
NOTES: There is a correction for the Knitted Bedspread, Diamond and Cable Design, on page 29 of the April 1926 issue...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Very Handsome Border for Altar Cloth(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      (4)Tasseled Trims for Many Uses
            by Marie Haase
      (6)Insertions in Filet, Attractive, Useful
            by Miss E F Tainsh
      Dragonfly Triangle, Lace w/ Corner(filet)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Very Handsome Border for Altar Cloth(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroideries for the Dining Room, Living Room, Library
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Table Sets to Use at Breakfast, Luncheon or Tea
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Adorable Fairy Tale Spread(pieced, embroidered blocks)
            by Helen Grant
      Nasturtium Patches Make Luncheon Set Gay, Beautiful
            by Helen Grant
      Interesting Bits of Needlework for Spare Moments
            by Emma L Boardman
      Designs in Italian Cross-stitch for Towels, Scarf Ends
            by Helen Perry Curtis
      Simplest of Trims for Daintiest of Lingerie
            by Emma L Boardman
    • KNITTING:
      Counterpanes of Ye Olden Time
            by Mrs A N Reed
      Smart Tunic Frock, Scarf
      Ladies' Bordered Sweater
    • TATTING:
      "(3)Daintiest of Trims",
            by Bessie M Barker

      "Dainty Trim",
            by Mrs D N Beard

      "Fan Trim",
            by Mrs B Townsend

      "(2)Trims",
            by Mrs F Weigand
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      The Charm of Being Different: Lesson One
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • TUTORIAL:
      Bit of Basketry fo Serve the Little Newcomer
            by Margaret J Carney
    • RECIPES
      What to Put in the School Lunch Box
            by Louise B Moss
    • RECIPES
      Louisiana Cucumber Mangoes
      Crabapple Sweet Pickles
      Kentucky Plum Jam
      Peach Butter
      Spiced Peaches
      Tomato Marmalade
      Pickled Beets, Cauliflower
      Candied Watermelon Rind
      Munich Sweet Pickle
      Indian Cucumber Pickle
      Ripe Tomato, Celery Pickle
      Green Tomato Catchup
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      What Grandma Taught
            by Josephine L Ingham
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Introducing Two New Contributors,
      Attention, Please,
      That New Department,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #2: October 1925
Page Count: 44
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Scarf End in Marguerite Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
    • CROCHET:
      All-Lace Sets for Buffet, Bureau
            by Marie Haase
      Napkin Corner, Butterfly Design(filet)
            by Edna M Clark
      Shell-and-Picot Lace
            by Cora Wright
      Lace Points/hearts
            by Mrs W P Miller
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Alluring Dining Room Linens Featuring Cutwork
            by Hilma Christensen
      Table Sets on Checked Toweling
            by Bennie Hall
      Mother Goose Rhumes on Little Aprons
            by Helen Grant
      School Bags That Will Delight Heart of Any Child
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Interesting Eating Sets
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Card Table Covers("The Queen of Hearts...", Menus for Bridge Suppers
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Lace in Oak Leaf and Acorn Pattern
            by Mrs G h Kimball
      Doily w/ Picot Border
            by Anna Brunton
      Delightful Schooltime Togs(on cover)- Minnehaha Hat, Sweater
            by Clara Herlitzius
      Infant's Thumbless Mittens, Cap for Boy, Hood, Bootees
    • TATTING:
      "(5)Trims, (3)Small Medallions",
            by Clara Haase
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson Two- Smart Ensemble for One of Tender Years
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • TUTORIAL:
      Art of Bronzing Leaf Sprays, Seed Pods and Grasses
            by Helene Gebhart
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      Teaching the Children to Set the Table
            by Louise B Moss
    • FICTION(also an ad):
      Betty Makes a Hit!
            by Margaret Dixon
    • RECIPES(Bridge Suppers):
      Baked Ham
      Chipped Beef Croquettes
      Creamed Chicken
      Escalloped Potatoes
      Green Peas
      Corn Pudding
      Jellied Apple Salad
      Cocoanut Cake
      Coffee
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • RECIPES
      Iced Apple and Nut Turnovers
      Plain Pastry
      Meringue Tarts
      Cheese Tarts
      Meat Fruit Pie
      Pork Pie w/ Apples
      Chicken Pie Served w/ Sliced Oranges
      Fairy Pie
      Criss-cross Lemon Pie
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      October
            by Belle Bush
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Another Prize - Crochet Competition,
      The Seed Scatterers,
      What's Your Anser?(10 top women in America),
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #3: November 1925
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Teacloth w/ Insertion in Filet Crochet, Carnation Pattern
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Scarf End in Filet, Rose Design
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Church Lace
            by Marie Haase
      Ladies' Embroidered hat, In Crochet
            by Pearl M Brumbach
      (2)Napkin Corners in Filet
      (2)Bags w/ Decorative Crochet
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Teacloth w/ Insertion in Filet Crochet, Carnation Pattern
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Try Fringe as a Finish for your Luncheon-, Breakfast Sets
            by Louise Chase
      Towels, Pillow Slip for Gift Box, Fall Bazaar
            by Agatha Mayne
      Refreshment Set w/ Crochet Edging
            by Helen Grant
      For Gift Box
            by Esther Mayfair
      Bath Towels for the Babies
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      (2)Embroidered Bags
    • KNITTING:
      Child's Yoke "Good Night" in Tapestry
            by Anna Brunton
      Man's Sweater
      Men's Golf Stocking, Tennis Sock
      (2)Knit Bags
    • TATTING:
      "Border For Piano Scarf",
            by Martha M Adams

      "Four-Leaf Clover Edging(lots of picots)",
            by Mrs S A Miller

      "*Fuchsia Design in Points, or Edging",
            by Nellie H Youngburg
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson 3- Easy Dress for a Beginner
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • OTHER PATTERNS:
      Bead Chains, Inexpensive, Very Pretty
            by Mrs G E Johnson
      (2)Beaded Bags
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPES:
      Serving Afternoon Tea-
      Bangor Brownies
      Cornflake Macaroons
      Almond Stars
      Chocolate Cocoanut Drops
      Rolled Wafers
      Chocolate Cakes(makes 15)
            by Louise B Moss
    • RECIPES
      Sweet Potatoes Baked w/ Apples
      Tongue Loaf
      Chicken Salad Served in Peppers
      Curled Celery
      Cheese Bisque Soup
      Corn and Sweet Potatoes au Gratin
      Beef Loaf
      Mock Fried Oysters
      Baked Thanksgiving Ham
      Potato Puffs
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Beside My Hearth
            by Estelle Thomson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      that Worthwhile Gift,
      A Thanksgiving Sermonette,
      "The Ladies of the Bobbins",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #4: December 1925
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Handsome Bedspread in Modern Tatting
            by Jessie C Avery
    • CROCHET:
      Bedspread in Filet and Knob Stitch
            by Edith Sinsapaugh
      (2)Crochet Covered Dress Hangers
            by Emma L Boardman
      Unique Needle and Thimble Case Combined
            by Mrs M L Quinette
      Bunny Slippers for Child
            by Edith S Chambers
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Christmas Giving
            by Emma L Boardman
      Adorable Boudoir Pillows
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Combination Spool Holder, Pincushion
            by Mrs C H Faunce
      Towels as Last Minute Gifts
            by Helen Grant
      Gifts Which Feature an Old Friend in a new Pose
            by Marie Ivins
      Charming Aprons
            by Marjorie Mayne
      Burlap Bags, Wool Embroidered
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      Here is an Order from Santa Claus Land
            by Grace E Macomber
      Eating Sets for Children
            by Beatrice Farrell
      Page of Cross-stitch for Christmas Designs(in color!)
    • KNITTING:
      Border in Tapestry Knitting
            by Anna Brunton
    • TATTING:
      "Handsome Bedspread in Modern Tatting",
            by Jessie C Avery
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson 4- the Knack of Fitting
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • TUTORIAL:
      Reed Lamp is Prized Possession
            by Margaret J Carney
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      Making the Living Room Livable
            by John Morrison Curtis
    • RECIPES:
      Chocolate Nut Balls
      Almond Paste Garden Candies
      Fruit Cake
      Case for Fruit Cake
      Double Boiler Frosting
      German Crisps
            by Louise B Moss
    • RECIPES
      Plum Cake w/ Good to Eat Tree
      Noah's Ark in the Ice(cake)
      Ice Cream Served in Candy Star
      Little Popcorn Cakes
      Animal Favors
      Apples on a Stick
      Cranberry and Lemon Jelly
      Ice Cream Pie
      Beautiful Holly Cake
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Hilda's Christmas
            by Alice M Alderson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      What Does Christmas Mean to YOU?,
      Golden Rule Sunday,
      Concerning the Prize Competition,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 17, 1926: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 17, Issue #5: January 1926
Page Count: 28
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Linens that Are Sure to Bring Pride and Joy(cutwork)
            by Emma L Boardman
    • CROCHET:
      Epworth-League Emblem for Pillow Top(filet)
            by Ruth Davis
      (2)Hat and Scarf Sets for Girls 8-10
            by Pearl M Brumbach
      Corners in Marguerite Design for Luncheon Cloth, Napkin(filet,ferns)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Card Tablecloth for Domino Luncheon(filet Corners,dominoes)
            by Alice Hewitt
      Triangle for Napkin Corner, Buttercup Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Bedspread of Beautiful, Unusual Filet Design(birds,flowers,leafy branches)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Charming Embroideries Featuring Simplicity of Design(w/2 crochet edgings)
            by Agatha Mayne
      Luncheon Sets of Artistic Coloring(w/ 2 crochet edgings)
            by Agatha Mayne
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson 5- Compound Interest
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      My Youngster Won't Eat
            by Louise B Moss
    • CORRECTION:
      "Scarf, Grapevine pattern"(March,1925)
    • RECIPES
      Dutch Rolled Pancakes, Sausage
      Buckwheat Cakes
      Flour Pancakes
      Rolled Pancakes
      Cocoanuts Buns
      Candy Roll-ups
      Nut Muffins
      Rice Pancakes
      Whole Wheat or Graham Griddle Cakes
      Orange Fritters
      Virginia Waffles
      Popovers
      Scotch Scones
      Raisin Cornmeal Muffins
      Raisin Sally Lunn
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Needles
            by Alice E Strong
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "A Happy New Year!",
      A Bit of Good News(tatting tutorial in next issue),
      The Will Makes the Way,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #6: February 1926
Page Count: 52
NOTES: There is a correction for Corner for Luncheon Cloth, page 12 in the May 1926 issue(page 26); The 2nd pattern given from Olive F Ashcroft gives the name as "Oliver" instead - typo or slip? Dunno...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Luncheon Cloth w/ Insertion in Filet Crochet, Matching Napkin Corner
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      "BREAD" Tray Doily(filet)
            by Mrs A A Mason
      (2)Attractive Borders in Crochet, Torchon Pattern
            by Lillie Klein
      Rose Corners in Filet for Luncheon Cloth, Napkins
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Dainty Doily
            by Euphemia Tainsh
      Napkin Corner, Pansy Design(filet)
            by Oliver F Ashcroft
      Baby's Bootee in Crochet
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Luncheon Cloth w/ Insertion in Filet Crochet, Matching Napkin Corner
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Set Unusual in Design, Treatment
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Linens Pride and Joy of Homemaker(cutwork)
            by Carol Cox
      Teacloth, Napkins of Intriguing Design(birds,branches)
            by Ethelyn M Guppy
      Handpainted Clothes and Boudoir Accessories
            by Helen Grant
      Traycloth w/ Cross-stitch
            by Helene Gebhart
      The Occasional Doily(w/ crochet edging)
    • KNITTING:
      The Doris Sweater
            by Persisi F Brodie
      Tunic Suit and Cap for Child
      Baby's Suit, Rabbit Design
      Dainty Frock and Knickers for Girl
    • ARTICLE:
      The Hall in the House of To-Day
            by John Morrison Curtis
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson 6- Spring Suits for Sonny
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • CHOOSING FOODS:
      Proper Nutrition
            by Louise B Moss
    • RECIPES(Valentine parties)
      Heart Centerpiece
      Chocolate Junket w/ Whipped Cream
      St Valentine's Cup
      Frozen Hearts
      Valentine Salad
      Oyster Rolls
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      My Valentine
            by Cathrene Young
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Sermonette from Betty,
      "Lest We Forget",
      Some Pin-Money Pointers,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #7: March 1926
Page Count: 48
NOTES: There is a correction for the Fruit Basket crochet pattern on page 26 of the May 1926 issue...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Handsome Scarf in Cutwork for Sideboard or Buffet
            by Hilma Christensen
    • CROCHET:
      Insertion, Border for Bedspread, Sweet-Pea Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Square in Filet, Swan Design
            by Euphemia Tainsh
      Wide Lace, Insertion(Torchon Pattern)
            by Eva Verry
      Filet Border for Bedspread w/ Corner
            by Mrs J V Memmel
      Traycloth or Tea Wagon cover w/ Trim of Filet(flower bowl)
            by Mrs W T Perry
      Handsome Centerpiece or Between Meal Cloth
            by Mrs M E Dodson
      Basket for Fruit
            by Mrs C J Anderson
      (2)Baskets for Flowers
            by Mrs J M Frey
      Scarf, Runner w/ End in Grapevine Pattern(filet)
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      3Pce Set for Buffet, Bureau(filet,Poinsettia)
            by Jessie Young
      (6)Edgings
            by Euphemia Tainsh
      (2)Useful Filet Laces w/ Corners
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Boudoir Pillow Easter Gift
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Spanish Shawl, Fascinating and Novel
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      Household Linens that Show Charm of Simple Cutwork
            by Addie M Bodwell
      A Step-In Chemise
            by Mrs Will T Perry
      Refreshment Set for Bungalow or Porch
            by Louise Chase
      Quaint Slipper Bag
            by Katherine V Kasser
      Bath Time Comes to the Little Ones
            by Beatrice Ferrell
    • KNITTING:
      Women's Golf Sweater
    • TATTING:
      "A Lesson in Single-Thread Tatting,
      (4)Simple Edgings, 1 Round Medallion"
      ,
            by Nouvart Tashjian

      "(4)Dainty Butterflies and a Bandeau",
            by Anna Hoskins

      "Kimono, Bonnet, Shoe for Baby",
            by Anna J Johnson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      The Importance of Correct Foods
            by Louise B Moss
    • RECIPES
      Loganberry Pudding
      Fruit Crumb Pudding
      Fruit Puffs
      Peach Meringues
      Strawberry Mousse
      French Ice Cream
      Strawberry Gelatine Dessert
      Cornstarch Meringue Pudding w/ Blackberries
      Canned Fruits w/ Simple Desserts
      Rice Parfait
      Pineapple Salad
      Banana Salad
      Pear Salad
      Cherry Salad
      Fruit Salad Mayonnaise
      Fruit Cups
      Strawberry Cup
      Pineapple Peach Cup
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      On the Train
            by Alicia Carew Stewart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Just as a Reminder,
      "The Trick of Laughter",
      Tale of a Make-Over Shop,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #8: April 1926
Page Count: 44
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Embroideries for the Home Giving Novelty and Charm
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • CROCHET:
      Charming Combination of Linen, Lace for a Baby's Carriage Set(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Emblem Order-of-Elks Pillow Top(filet)
            by Mary Card
      (6)Pretty, Serviceable Edgings
            by Euphemia Tainsh
      Dainty Party Bag(filet,butterflies)
      Satchel Bag
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Emblem Order-of-Elks Pillow Top(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Colorful Table Fittings You Will Like to Make, Own
            by Beatrice Farrell
      These Hooked Rugs Possess All the Oldtime Charm
            by Helen Grant
      Novel Easter Breakfast or Luncheon Table Set
            by Beatrice Farrel
      Smart Frocks for Small Maidens
            by Helen Grant
      Gifts for the Homemaker and the Home
            by Louise Chase
    • KNITTING:
      Ladies' Jersey Sweater
    • TATTING:
      "Doily or Centerpiece of Unusual and Lovely Design",
            by Mildred Thompson
    • TUTORIAL:
      Reedwork in Useful, Attractive Form
            by Margaret J Carney
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson 8- Tailored Garments the Vogue
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • RECIPIES(using less meat):
      Cheese Fondue
      Welsh Rarebit
      Tomato Rarebit
      English Monkey
      Cheese Dreams
      Cottage Cheese and Bean Loaf
      Baked Bread and Cheese
      Fig and Cheese Salad
      Pecan Nut Cutlets
      Potato Peanut Loaf
      Codfish Croquettes
      Molded Salmon Salad
            by Louise B Moss
    • TUTORIAL:
      Fascinating Sealing Wax Novelties Inexpensive, Easy to Make
            by Katherine V Kasser
    • CORRECTION:
      "Knitted Bedspread, Diamond and Cable pattern"(Sept. 1925)
    • RECIPES
      Braised Onions
      Macaroni and Cheese
      Dutch Greens and Eggs Marguerite
      Creamed Rice w/ Jellied Rhubarb
      Baked Rhubarb Jelly
      Tomato Toast
      Spanish Beans
      Dandelion Egg Salad
      Glazed Carrots
      Boiled Dandelion Greens
      Spring Salad
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      The Easter Song
            by Susan Oak Curtis
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Overheard,
      "Dear Editor",
      Another Solution of a Common Problem,
      The Prize Awards,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #9: May 1926
Page Count: 36
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Luncheon Set Possessing the Charm of Simplicity and Beauty
            by Cora Wright
    • CROCHET:
      Handsome Border, Napkin Corner for Luncheon Cloth, Tulip Design
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Dainty Initial/Monogrammed (2)Yokes of Matching Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Tuxedo Collar w/ Star Medallions
            by Emily McFarland
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Cunning Spread, Pillow for Baby's Bed, Crib
            by Frances Broughton
      Simply Embroidered Outdoor Things for the Wee One
            by Helen Grant
      Dining Room Set Which Will Bring Cheer
            by Helen Grant
      Aprons Which Emphasize Duty, Beauty
            by Agatha Mayne
      Embroidered Covers for Asbestos Mats
            by Addie M Bodwell
    • ARTICLE:
      Mrs Herbert Hoover's Colonial Quilt - and Its History
            by Nouvart Tashjian
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson 9- New Shirts for Summer
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Putting Personality into Kitchens
            by John Morrison Curtis
    • ARTICLE:
      Those Extra Pounds
            by Louise B Moss
    • CORRECTIONS:
      "Corner for Luncheon Cloth, page 12"(Feb. 1926)
      Fruit Basket in Crochet(March 1926)
    • RECIPES
      Fish and Raisin Mousse
      Chicken Mousse Salad
      Fruit Mousse Salad
      Pink Mayonnaise
      Novel Dressing For Green Salads
      Carrot Jelly Salad
      Vegetable Salads
      May Salad
      Lemon French Dressing
      Quick French Dressing
      Cold Lamb Salad
      Breton Dressing
      Cherry and Raisin Salad
      Fruit Dressing
      Queen of Salads
      Cherry Dressing
      Basket Salad
      Cream Cheese Fruit Salad
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Croshayed Memorials
            by Nina St clair Campbell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Remembrance of Mother,
      Concerning Embroidery Patterns,
      Opening a Home Needlecraft Shop,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #10: June 1926
Page Count: 32
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Combining Cutwork and Reticella
            by Emma L Boardman
    • CROCHET:
      Unique Dresser Scarf(filet, Flower basket,cherubs, butterflies)
            by Mrs martha Adkins
      Unique Corners for Centerpiece, Bird Design
            by Amelia Richard
      Lovely Neckwear w/ Crochet Trim in Imitation Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Luncheon Set and a Wall Towel
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Dainty Outfit for the Baby's Carriage
            by Frances Broughton
      Table Sets, Simple and Attractive for Breakfast, Luncheon
            by Agatha Mayne
      3Pce Lingerie Set for Bride, Graduate
            by helen Grant
    • KNITTING:
      The Rosemary Sweater
            by Pearl M Brumbach
    • LESSONS IN HOME DRESSMAKING:
      Lesson 10- Bride and Graduate, Attention!
            by Lillian H Locke, A M
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE(food):
      When We Go Picnicking
            by Louise B Moss
    • RECIPES
      Jellied Bouillon
      Wedding Rolls
      Creamed Chicken w/ Mushrooms
      Lobster Cutlets
      Chicken Salad w/ Peas
      Fancy Cakes
      Small Eclairs
      Cream Filling
      Small Cakes
      Fancy Sandwiches
      Ices and Ice Cream
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEMS:
      June
            by Doris Wheeler Blount
      Verses for Gift Cards
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Please Do This,
      A Wonderful Remedy,
      In Answer to an Open Question,
      A Timely Suggestion,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #11: July 1926
Page Count: 32
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Scarf End in Irish Crochet, Flower Basket Design
            by katherine Bestfather
    • CROCHET:
      Circular Border, Matching Napkin Corner, Rose Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Large Round Doily in Eucalpytus Design
            by Mary Card
      Dainty Little Dress(repeating filet flower motif)
            by Rosa L Moyer
      Coat Sweater Ornamented w/ Cross-stitch
            by Not Given
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Large Round Doily in Eucalpytus Design
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Bedroom Fittings Which Combine Beauty, Simplicity(w/ cutwork, crochet edging)
            by Margaret Van Asltyne
      Lilies-of-the-Valley Abloom for Summer Dining Room
            by Helen Grant
      For the Outdoor Living Room, Summer Cottage
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Trio of Fascinating Pillows
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Linen Trios Are Gay, Glowing(w/ crochet edging)
            by Agatha Mayne
      Organdie Frocks for Miss 2-to-3's Summer
            by Helen Grant
    • ARTICLE:
      Sunny Sun Porches
            by John Morrison Curtis
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE(food):
      The Child Who Is Underweight
            by Louise B Moss
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Fascinating Flower Stand for the Window Garden
            by Margaret J Carney
    • RECIPES
      Butterfly Shortcake
      Strawberry Tams
      Strawberry Dumplings
      Strawberry Sauce
      Frosted Strawberries
      Strawberry Snow
      Easy Strawberry Preserves
      Melt in Your Mouth Shortcake
      Cherry Pudding
      Cherry Sauce
      Cherry Pie
      Cherry Blanc-Mange
      Cherry Jam
      Cherry Vinegar
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Worthwhile Things
            by Doris Wheeler Blount
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Our New Associate Editor(Ethel M McCunn),
      "Wo-he-lo!"(campfire girls),
      Another Little Journey Into Pin Money Land,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 17, Issue #12: August 1926
Page Count: 32
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Luncheon Set in Cutwork, Simple and Exquisite
            by Beatrice Farrell
    • CROCHET:
      Colorful Chair Set, Bird-and-Rose Design(filet)
            by Jennie M Todd
      Lace Border w/ Corner, Matching Triangle, Carnation Design(filet)
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Linens Which Give Service, Beauty
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Fascinating Interpretation of Calendula in Applique
            by Helen Grant
      Pillows, Card Table Covers, Interesting and Unusual
            by Marion Dana Matthews
    • ARTICLE:
      Quilting, an Old-time Favorite and a Present Day Fashion
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Waste Baskets That Combine Beauty, Utility
            by Margaret J Carney
    • ARTICLE:
      What's New in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • ARTICLE(food):
      Canning at Home
            by Louise B Moss
    • RECIPES
      Ice Box Cake
      Veal Aspic
      Potato and Green Pea Salad
      Jellied Chicken Soup
      Tongue Loaf w/ Nuts
      Cold Meat and Green Pea Salad
      Other Salad Suggestions
      Coconut and Peach Blanc-Mange
      Ice Box Cake
      Blueberry Marshmallow Mold
      Ice Cream w/ Raspberries
      Brown Nut Bread
      Date Bread
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      A Midsummer Song
            by Mary Elizabeth Blake
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Vacation Time,
      The Girls' Money Guild,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #1: September 1926
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Handsome Medallion Border for Table Cover
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Lovely Centerpiece, Simulating Real Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
      3Pce Set in Giant Filet for Buffet, Bureau(bird,flowers)
            by Fanny F Bundy
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Handsome Medallion Border for Table Cover
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroideries Which Radiate the Spirit of Cheer(2 crochet edgings)
            by Helen Grant
      Some New Types of Swedish Weaving
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      Embroideries for Milady's Chamber
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Silhouettes in Cross-stitch(black-and-white pattern page!)
            by Helen Grant
      Easy Stitcheries for Little Fingers
            by Mrs Will T Perry
      Fringe for Your Towel Ends
            by Beatrice Ferrell
    • KNITTING:
      Man's Cardigan Coat
    • TATTING:
      "Charming 3Pce Set w/ Tatted Trim in Two Colors",
            by Nellie Hall Youngburg

      "Tatted Trim for Piano Scarf",
            by Anna Hoskins
    • ARTICLE:
      What's New in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • ARTICLE(food):
      Why Eat Salads
            by Louise B Moss
    • TUTORIAL:
      New Things for Old via the Dye Pot
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Planning the Furnishing of Your Home
            by Hazel H Adler
    • RECIPES
      Grape Jelly
      Blackberry Jelly
      Plum Jelly
      New Jersey Guava Jelly
      Imperial Jam
      Tomato Jam
            by Mrs Sarah Moore
    • POEM:
      Rainy Days
            by Hazelle M Clarke
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Introducing Hazel H Adler,
      Bit of Aftermath,
      Something Very Special for the Little Women,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #2: October 1926
Page Count: 40
NOTES: Well, at least they're starting to branch out into other adjectives than "Novel" "Unusual" and "Fascinating"...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Luncheon Linens Which Are Easy to Make, Superlatively Charming
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • CROCHET:
      Border, Insertion for Bedspread, Marguerite Design(filet)
            by Mrs O. F. Ashcroft
      "Independence Hall" in filet
            by Mrs F A Conine
      Matching Trims in Filet(wide,narrow,insertion)
            by Mabel Levin
      Donkey(stuffed toy) in Crochet
            by Mildred Leetham
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Raffia for Embroidery or Crochet
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Embroideries w/ Paint
            by Helen Grant
      Ice Chest Accessories that Are Indispensable
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      2Pce Suit for Little Miss 8-to-10(on cover)
            by Pearl M Brumbach
      Sleepy Time Ensemble to Delight the Little Folk
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Easy Stitches for Little Fingers
            by Mrs Will T Perry
    • HOME DECOR:
      How To Use Color
            by Hazel H Adler
    • ARTICLE:
      What's New in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS:
      An Apple Appreciation
      Give Plain Foods a Flair
      Savory Stewed Tomatoes
      Glorified Ham
      Dressing the Lettuce Well
      Baked Pears
      Baked Potatoes Creamed
      For the Pineapple Salad
      The Cheese Dreams
      Savory Beef Rolls or Rouladen
      Perennial Peach Meringue Pudding
      Alsatian Spinach
      Baked Apple Rolls w/ Hard Sauce
      Pumpkin Meringue Pie
      Bewitched Foods for Hallowe'en
      Deviled Lobster w/ Variations
      Fudge Frosting for Devil's Food
      Nut Cakes
      A Week of October Menus
            by Anne Pierce
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • POEM:
      Once I Owned a Cottage
            by Mrs Blye Jordan
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Another Associate Editor(Miss Anne Pierce),
      Story of a Joy Rider,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #3: November 1926
Page Count: 40
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Wall Panels May Be Embroidered or Otherwise
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • CROCHET:
      Scarf End in Filet, Christmas Bell Design
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      Chairback, Rose Panel Design(filet)
            by Mrs W J Logg
      Hexagon Centerpiece in Irish Crochet
            by Mrs Effie Morris
      The Daffodil Set(baby set)
            by Mrs Louis Brudahl
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Italian Embroideries, Made in America
            by Carolyn M Anderson
      Gifts for the Housekeeper, Ornamental as Well as Useful
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Linens w/ the Brightness of Spring
            by Helen Grant
      Wool Embroidered Portieres Are No Less Serviceable than Stunning
            by Helen Grant
      Kitchen Towels, Attractive, Useful
            by Carolyn Waite
      Easy Stitcheries for Little Fingers
            by Mrs Will T Perry
    • TATTING:
      "Handsome Centerpiece",
            by Anna Hoskins
    • HOME DECOR:
      Importance of Walls and Woodwork
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Chestnut Dressing
      Corn Dressing
      Duck
      Roast Suckling Pig
      Brussels Sprouts
      Delicate White Fruit Cake
      Rich Dark Fruit Cake
      Frozen Fruit Pudding
      Peach Melba Made at Home
      Red Cabbage w/ Sour Sauce
      Chicken Montmartre
      Halibut Filets
      Frizole
      Baked Stuffed Egg Plant
      Ice Cream Filling
      Raisin Frosting
      Maple Parfait
      Sour Cream Raisin Pie
      Trefoil Orange and Celery Salad
      Four Days' Food for November
            by Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A Song of Thanksgiving
            by Alicia Carew Stewart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Just Among Ourselves,
      Bit of Encouraging Experience,
      In Answer to an Open Question,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #4: December 1926
Page Count: 40
NOTES: My current copy of this issue is really pounded and stained...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      "Fairyland" Crib Cover
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • CROCHET:
      Traycloth/Cover for Tea Wagon "Take a Cup for Auld Lang Syne"(filet)
            by Edith Soehner
      Handbag in Crochet, Featuring Roll Stitch
            by Mrs J N Simpkins
      Royal Neighbors of America Emblem for Pillow Top(filet)
            by Mrs C F Savage
      Cat, Elephant Stuffed Toys
            by Mildred Leetham
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Delightful Christmas Letter Which Is Always Just in Time
            by Emma L Boardman
      Simple Stitchery Makes These Towels a Joy
            by Helen Grant
      Dainty Bed Jacket for the Invalid
            by Frances Broughton
      Gay Little Supper Apron
            by Frances Broughton
      Easy Stitcheries for Little Fingers
            by Mrs Will T Perry
    • KNITTING:
      Pussy-Doll for Babykins, Dainty Little Sweater, Hot Water Bottle Cover, Knee Bootee
            by Emma L Boardman
    • HOME DECOR:
      Making Christmas Decorations,
      How to Choose Suitable, Harmonious Floor-Coverings
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Winter Salads to the Front
      Poinsettia Salad
      Tomato Jelly, cold Slaw Salad
      Pear Salad w/ Cheese, Jelly
      Cream Soup w/ Variations
      Simple Hors d'Oeuvres
      Bacon Bonne Bouche
      Crab Canapes
      Sweet Potato Puff
      Sweet Potatoes Stuffed
      Russian Sauerkraut
      Yorkshire Pudding w/ Sausage
      Spiced Apples
      Fairy Sauce
      Rich Clam Bisque
      Frozen Strawberry Custard
      Orange Nut Filling
      Devil's Food
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      There Is a Santa Claus
            by Frederick Bruegger
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Christmas Gift for the Editors,
      A Sensible "Shop Talk",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 18, 1927: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 18, Issue #5: January 1927
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Useful Novelties in Reed Work
            by Margaret J Carney
    • CROCHET:
      Piano Scarf, Lyre Design(filet),
      and Traycloth, Fruit Design(filet)
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      Curtain in Filet and Lacet Stitch
            by Mary E Worley
      Centerpiece in New Radio Crochet(looks like tatting at first glance)
            by Lula M Harvey
      Dainty 4Pce Set for Baby, Carriage Cover, Bib
            by Mrs martha Warmoeskerken
      Afghan
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Sheer Little Hostess-Aprons Are Excuses for Serving Tea
            by Louise Snowman
      New Luncheon Linens Matching Ultra Simplicity, Smartness
            by Helen Grant
      Last Minute Gifts for the Kiddies
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Delightful Last Word in Bridge Accessories
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Couching
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Easy Stitcheries for Little Fingers
            by Mrs Will T Perry
    • ARTICLE:
      Transfer Painting- new quick easy method of decorating most materials
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • TUTORIAL:
      Lamp and Shade, Easy to Make, Inexpensive and Attractive
            by Katharine V Kasser
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Furniture
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      All Important Food Budget
      Stew or a Ragout?
      Making the Carrot Captivating
      Muckle Food for Mickle Money
      Royal Scallop
      Soup Crecy
      Maple Flavor Tapioca
      Stuffed Cabbage
      Hominy Cheese Fritters
      Stuffed Peppers
      Cocoanut Cream
      Guaranteed Rabbit
      Hot Cider Punch
      Old English Spiced Cider
      Spiced Clarets
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEMS:
      The New Year's In
            by Mary F Butts
      The Old Year and the New
            by Louise R Wells
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Open House,
      Thank You, Mrs Dennett
      Hats Off to Miss Rosemary,
      Just Talking It Over,
      Dear Readers, All,
      A Personal Letter, and a Foreword,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #6: February 1927
Page Count: 52
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Colorful Applique for the Bedroom
            by Bennie Hall
    • CROCHET:
      Dainty Yoke for Camisole or Slip in Cluny Crochet
            by Mrs P Johnson
      The Chair Back, Diamond Pattern(filet)
            by Mrs O E Scheirer
      (3)Attractive, Useful Edgings
            by Euphemia Tainsh
      (2)Doilies in Imitation Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
      "The Little Red Schoolhouse" in Mosaic Crochet
            by Mrs Gladys Curtis
      Woman's Hat
            by Pearl Brumbach
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Round Centerpiece Border in Wild Clematis Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      White Embroideries
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Scarfs of Varying Hues
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Luncheon Linens, Fascinating Floral Design
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Petal Pillow, Silk Flowers for Decorating Bags, Other Things
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      Dainty Accessories for Baby's Layette
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Set for Baby's Carriage
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Embroidered, Crochet-trimmed Pillow Slips
            by Agatha Mayne
      Easy Stitcheries for Little Fingers
            by Mrs Will T Perry
      Novelty in Boudoir Pillows
    • KNITTING:
      Church Lace
            by Mary Ausloos
    • TATTING:
      "Dainty Baby Bonnet Featuring Rose and Daisy Medallions",
            by Faye Rice

      "Dainty Baby Bonnet",
            by Mrs William May

      "Dainty "Daisy" Yoke",
            by Nellie Hall Youngburg

      "Tatting Combined w/ Rickrack, Novelty Braids((2)edgings/insertions, (4)Medallions)",
            by Anna J Johnson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Furniture Arrangement
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      8 Special Dinners
      Chicken and Asparagus Loaf
      Creamed Sea Food
      Pineapple Marshmallow Fluff
      Peach Butterscotch Pie
      Cherry Pie
      Cream of Spinach Soup
      Cream of Lima Bean Soup
      Black Bean or Lentil Soup
      Winter Cranberry Jelly Making
      Grape Jelly made in 1/2 Hour
      Coffee Fluff Icing
      Corn Souffle
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      My Valentine
            by Margaret Eytinge
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Associate Editors - a Million Strong!,
      Little Roads to the Rainbow's End,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #7: March 1927
Page Count: 48
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Little Linens that Bring the Lure of June
            by Armogene Harvey
    • CROCHET:
      Bonnet, Bootees for the Baby
            by Mrs H E Brown
      Serviceable Hot Dish Mats(oval,rnd)
            by Mrs C B Smith
      "Home, Sweet Home" Pillow Top(filet)
            by Mrs Delbert Thayer
      Pretty, Useful Things That Cost Next to Nothing
            by Helen Gebhart
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Handsome Wide Alter Lace(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Cinderella's Own Room - a Fairy Tale Come True
            by Helen Grant
      Baby Embroideries Gay w/ Color
            by Helen Grant
      Individual Towel Set
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Attractive Bags Embroidered w/ Raffia
            by Emma L Boardman
      Butterfly Handkerchiefs, Scarfs
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Unique Design for a School Bag
            by Beatrice Ferrell
    • KNITTING:
      Roseleaf Lace, Insertion
            by J S Carpenter
    • TATTING:
      "(2)Edgings, Round Medallion",
            by Clara A Haase
    • ARTICLE:
      Cushions Give Comfort, Color
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • TUTORIAL:
      Braided Table Mat
            by Emma L Boardman
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Drapery, Curtain and Upholstery Materials
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Fish Hash w/ Vegetables
      Devilled Herring
      Scalloped Tuny Fish
      Aunt Rilla's Black Walnut Cake
      Oatmeal Drop Biscuit
      Oatmeal Cookies
      Mocha Gelatine
      Cherry Sponge
      Clam Chowder
      Haddock Chowder Bisque
      Mixed Vegetable Chowder
      Halibut Siopino a la Spencer
      Halibut Pot Roast w/ Vegetables
      Luxury Lemon Pie
      Pineapple jelly w/ Dates
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Grandma Learns
            by Bessie Browning Laws
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Two Sides of a Story,
      Needlework as a Nerve Tonic,
      Six Paths to Pin Money Land,
      Attention Associate Editors!,
      A Message from Dorothy,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #8: April 1927
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Two Rarely Beautiful Centerpieces or Tray Covers
            by Ellen Muller
    • CROCHET:
      (2)Filet and Knob Stitch Bedspreads, Pillow Covers(star, square)
            by Edith Sinsapaugh
      Colonial Rug
            by Adina M Conway
      "Chicken Little", "Ducky-Lucky" Stuffed Toys
            by Mildred Leetham
      Simple Insertion, Corner
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Gay Little Linens for Your Easter Breakfast Table
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      New, Delightful Adaptations of Della Robbia Designs
            by Helen Grant
      Parisian Clothes for American Little Folks(on cover)
            by Helen Grant
      Daintiest Carriage Fittings for Babies' Spring Parade
            by Minnie Hachman
    • ARTICLE:
      The Personality of Lamps,
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Attractive and Convenient Kitchens
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Cottage Lamb Pie
      Pineapple Orange Sponge
      Muffins w/ Variations
      Quick Sally Lunn
      Eggs Consorting w/ Deviled Ham
      Regular Rhubarb Recipe
      Colette's Cheese Fondu
      Peas and Eggs
      Mexican Scramble
      Japanese Egg Salad
      Swiss Eggs
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Roads of Easter
            by Martha Haskell Clark
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      When Easter Comes,
      Once More in Conference,
      Little Roads to the Rainbow's End,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #9: May 1927
Page Count: 36
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Chiefly in Buttonhole Stitch Is the Decoration of This Interesting Luncheon Set
            by Ethelyn M Guppy
    • CROCHET:
      Dainy Trim for Princess Slip, Forget-Me-Not Pattern
            by Louise Poppendorfer
      Handsome Scarf w/ Inset, vintage Design(grape vine), and Border of Scallops
            by Mrs Frieda Muhl
      Sq. for Centerpiece, Chair Back, Arrowhead Design
            by Mrs Henry Burnham
      "Baby Bell" Set(Jacket, Bonnet)
            by Anna J Johnson
      Jewel Lace w/ Corner, Insertion
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Bedroom Set, Lovely, Easy to Make, Serviceable
            by Evelyn Morris
      Choice of Dainty Curtains for Your Diningette
            by Minnie Hachmann
      Entrancing Little Supper Aprons
            by Maxine Harris
      Bedspreads of Quilting, Patchwork
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Autograph or Friendship Embroidery Without a Needle
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Dainty and Colorful Bedrooms
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Food from the Cradle to College
      About the Infant's Food
      Potato and Onion Soup
      Cream of Spinach Delicieuse(soup)
      Iron Soup for Adolescents
      Anent Vegetables
      Junket Variations
      Rose Apples
      Apple Indian Pudding
      Rice and Fruit Pudding
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Mother's Chair
            by Emily K Baker
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      All for Health,
      An Open Letter,
      "Mother's Day" Message,
      Those Little Life Stories,
      Another Message,
      Another Little Pot of Gold,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #10: June 1927
Page Count: 32
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Once More Is Demonstrated the Unfailing Charm of Simple Cutwork
            by Emma L Boardman
    • CROCHET:
      Pillowslip w/ Lace, Insertion(filet)
            by Mrs Jennie Stenfort
      Chair Back/Scarf End, Dogwood Blossom Design(filet)
            by Miss Dick Mountford
      Unique Chair Back, Dragon Design(filet)
            by Mrs G W Miller
      (2)Ladies' Hat
            by Muriel Munson, Ethel M McCunn
      Beverly Lace, Insertion(filet)
            by Blanche Kendall-Job
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Orange Blossom Lingerie from Paris
            by Helen Grant
      4 Summer Frocks for the Little Daughter
            by Janet Stanton
    • KNITTING:
      Striped Ladies' Sweater, V-neck Sweater
            by Muriel Munson, Ethel M McCunn
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Bird Cage with It's Stand in Reedwork
            by Margaret J Carney
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Summer Comfort Outside and Inside the House
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      White Fruit Cake
      Golden Love Cakes, Strawberry Frosting
      Economical Chicken Salad
      Bride's Cake
      Fruit and Fish Salads
      Jellied Fruit Salad
      Shrimps in Jelly
      Ice Cream and It's Relations
      Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream
      Strawberry Mousse
      Putting the Punch in a Soft Drink
      India Punch
      Prohibition Mint Julep
      Corn Chowder
      The Fish
      A Man's Gelatine
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Song of the Hope Chest
            by Elba Stratton
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Other Side of the Story,
      "What About Needlecrafts' Own Page?",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #11: July 1927
Page Count: 24
NOTES: There's a terrifically funny full-page Listerine ad that shows a couple in evening clothes with the woman pointing accusingly at her husband. The caption is "You've Ruined the Evening." and below the picture is the caption "Now dandruff is avoidable" - you really can't make this stuff up...

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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Fascinating Trims for Luncheon Sets in Imitation Armenian Lace(crochet)
            by Marie Haase
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Round Doily in Crochet, Eucalyptus Design
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      All-White Embroideries for the Dining Room
            by Agatha Mayne
      Initials and Monograms for All Needs
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Table Set in Italian Embroidery Destinctive, Beautiful
            by Carolyn M Anderson
      Old Time Homecraft- The Quilting of Cushions
            by Helen Grant
      Decorating w/ Decalcomanias
            by Helen Grant
      Adorable Summer Dress for Little Miss 4to6
            by Natalie Dupre
    • TATTING:
      "Doily, Handerchief Corner(inset), (2)Curtain Pulls",
            by Clara Haase
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Colorful Table Settings
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Savory Meat Loaf Served Cold
      Fruit Juices, Fresh and Bottled
      Vermont Blackberry Cream Pie
      Gooseberry Conserve
      Red Cherry Conserve
      Currant Conserve
      Strawberry Conserve
      Raisin Peach Conserve
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Life Is Like Needlecraft
            by Joan Richard Moreland
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Just the Same as Ourselves,
      Independence Day,
      Sterling Plea for Needlework as a Nerve Tonic,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 18, Issue #12: August 1927
Page Count: 32
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      A Dainty Individual Breakfast Set
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • CROCHET:
      Baskt for Holding Fruit, Flowers
            by Mrs C J Anderson
      Star Point Lace
            by Mrs W E Borchardt
      Torchon Lace in Crochet
            by Miss C A Crooks
      Scarf End, Border, Rose Design(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Attractive Table Cover in Filet, Lacet Stitch
            by Mrs Hattie B McDonald
    • EMBROIDERY:
      New Stencil Designs for General Use
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Pocket Refreshment Set, Between Meal Centerpiece
            by Marian Stowell
      Embroider Burlap w/ Raffia for Summer Living Room
            by Emma L Boardman
      Pleasing Centerpiece, Combining Filet Applique, Embroidery
            by Mrs S E Hinshaw
      Adorable Little Garment for Babykins
            by Agatha Mayne
    • TATTING:
      "Tatted Motifs for Scarf End, (5)Edgings",
            by Clara Haase
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • BURNT TOAST:
      How to Cure or Prevent Kitchen Casualties
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • HOME DECOR:
      New Living Rooms for Old Parlors
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      New England Succotash
      Sauted Peaches
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A Midsummer Miracle
            by Mary Frances Butts
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Fair Exchange,
      Heroes and Heroines,
      Just Such a Letter as the Editor Likes to Get,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 19, Issue #1: September 1927
Page Count: 40
NOTES: There is a write up of the editorial staff on page 4 - turns out Mrs A.C. Stoddard is the married name of M. Manning. No wonder the editorial voice remained so consistant...

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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      "Say It With Flowers" - and a Handkerchief(appliques)
            by Helen Grant
    • CROCHET:
      Refreshment Set, Runner w/ Inserts of Reticella Crochet
            by Elsie Galloway
      Lace in Gros-Filet, Leaf Design
            by M Pintner
      Wilda Lace/Insertion
            by William E Davis
      Stripe/Wide Insertion for Bedspread
            by Anna Freiling
      Carriage Robe for the Baby
            by Pearl M Brumbach
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Centerpieces That Demonstrate Simplicity, Charm
            by Grace E Macomber
      Interesting Embroideries for Colonial Bedroom
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Distinctively Chinese, Interesting Adventure in Cross-stitch(camels being led scene)
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      Luncheon Set w/ All Charm of Old-World Stitchery
            by Ethelyn M Guppy
      With Paintbrush or Needle, Wardrobe May Be Renewed
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • TATTING:
      "(2)Tatted Trims for Scallops",
            by Ella J Raker

      "Designs in Two-Tone Tatting- (2)Edgings, Hexagon, Diamond, Leaf",
            by Mrs Amanda Carpenter
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLES:
      Kitchen Bowls, Butter Crocks and Others Are Promoted
            by Nettie Spoor Hanauer
    • HOME DECOR:
      Sun Rooms and Breakfast Rooms
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Cream Cookies
      Orange Gelatine
      Plain Boiled Dressing
      Spinach Croquettes
      Sweet Mixed Pickle
      Special French Pickle
      Spiced Pickled Peaches
      Dill Pickles
      Mixed Sweet Mustard Pickle
      Special Company Cocoa
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • BURNT TOAST:
      How to Cure or Prevent Kitchen Casualties
            by Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Childhood Is Royalty
            by Blye Jordan
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Best Gift of All,
      Two Girls, and a "Fliver",
      "Just Talking it Over",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 19, Issue #2: October 1927
Page Count: 40
NOTES: They changed their gorgeous and original covers without fanfare to look more like everybody else. They had already started changing their interior copy to mimic what "Modern Priscilla" was doing - fewer patterns and more chasing fashion trends in home decor and kitchenware. I'm glad readership raised enough of a clamor to bring back the "Needlecrafter's Own Page" where the readership could send in original designs to be published. This has proved to be a treasure trove;

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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Border for Teacloth in Periwinkle and Maidenhair-Fern Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Torchon Lace in Crochet
            by M Pintner
      The Vevay Doily
            by Mrs J Wahl
      Mayfair Lace
            by M Pintner
      Dainty Apron w/ Trim in Filet Crochet
            by Mildred Roach
      Border for Centerpiece, Rose Pattern
            by Elsie Galloway
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Border for Teacloth in Periwinkle and Maidenhair-Fern Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      "Undies" made to Fit from Home-Cut Patterns
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Charming Addition to Lunch Table Ensemble
            by Mayine Harris
      Dining Room Linens w/ Charm of Simple Cutwork
            by W A Dickey
      The Renaissance of the Popular Sampler,
      Full Color Page of Cross-stitch Sampler(patterns!)
            by Helen Grant
      A Pocket in Your Handkerchief
            by Beatrice Ferrell
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 1: The Cross-stitch
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Maude's Lace
            by Gertrude Cole
    • TATTING:
      "Border of Wild Rose Medallions(tassled)",
            by Clara Haase

      "(5)Edgings",
            by Mrs J E Zahn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Mantels and Fireplaces
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Penuchi w/ Nuts
      Horseradish Sauce
      Pineapple Upside Down Cake
      Savory Vegetable Pot Roast
      Canton Cream Cookies
      Abused Oyster Stew
      Notable Oyster Bisque
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Sew a Seam
            by Pollie Westcott Branham
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Good News,
      At the Sign of the Bluebird,
      The Wrong Way - and the Right,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 19, Issue #3: November 1927
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      The Vogue of Wool Embroidery Is as Persistent as That of the Pillows It Decorates
            by Carolyn Waite
    • CROCHET:
      "The Spirit of St Louis" Panel(filet)
            by Mrs F A Wright
      Handsome Wide Lace(filet,flowers)
            by M Pintner
      "Jack" "Jill" Dolls(stuffed toys)
            by Mildred Leetham
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      5-Leaved Centerpiece in Filet
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Gift Towels w/ Double Charm of Variety, Attractiveness
            by Emma L Boardman
      Felt Applique Acquires New Charm
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Clever Novelties from Over the Sea
            by Helen Grant
      Simplicity, Smartness Characterize Fittings for Card Table
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Little Linens Demonstrate Charm of Simple Things
            by Ellen Muller
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 2: Lesson on Outline Stitches
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • TATTING:
      "(3)Edgings of Unusual Design",
            by Clara Haase
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Accessories- "The Little Things"
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Onion Escalloped w/ Cheese
      Stuffed Baked Onions
      Orange and Mint Cup
      Celery and Cauliflower Sauced
      Mock Shrimp Salad
      Pumpkin Nut Pie
      Custard Pumpkin Pie w/ Variations
      Squash Oysters
      Squash Gratin
      Stuffed Squash
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Thanksgiving
            by Alicia C Stewart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "In All Things, Give Thanks",
      Making Friends,
      Again the Roll-Call,
      The End of the Story,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 19, Issue #4: December 1927
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Some Unique Flower Holders, Inexpensive and Lovely(reedwork)
            by Margaret J Carney
    • CROCHET:
      Popular Ship Design(filet)
            by Carolyn Waite
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Serviceable Yuletide Gifts
            by Martha Haviland
      Suggestions for Christmas Gifts
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Let a Pretty Bib Say "Merry Christmas"
            by Minna Hackett
      Tuck Your Greetings Into a Festive Bag(gives a few cross-stitch patterns)
            by Helen Grant
      Christmas Greetings w/ an Everyday Use
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Stuffed Toys Made at Home
            by Frances Broughton
      Colorful Embroideries for the Gift Box
            by Grace Eastman
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 3: Outline Stitch for Filling Spaces
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Doily, Leaf Design
            by Madam E Holzlin
    • TATTING:
      "Tatted Cap or Bandeau",
            by Anna J Johnson
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Children's Rooms
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Chicken Souffle
      Raspberry Fritters
      Czecho Cookies of Chocolate
      Hickory Loaf Cake
      Barbara Anne's Tiny Tea Cakes
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Christmas
            by Clara I Duncan
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year",
      The Forward Look,
      Making a Market,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 19, 1928: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 19, Issue #5: January 1928
Page Count: 32
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      3-Piece Buffet Set in Filet Crochet, Lily Design
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Altar Lace(filet,reprint)
            by Helena Aaberg
      Chair Back(filet), Vase-of-Roses Design
            by Mrs P E Wheeler
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      3-Piece Buffet Set in Filet Crochet, Lily Design
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Hemstitching is the First Step
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Luncheon Set w/ Morning Glory Cutwork
            by Bernice Farrington Soper
      Modern Needlepoint Loveliness w/ Oldtime Tent Stitch
            by Grace Hall Stratton
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 4- The Buttonhole Stitch
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Stunning Little Ensemble for Winter Wear(on cover)
            by Pearl Brumbach
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • ARTICLE:
      Stencils for All of Us
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • TUTORIAL:
      Make Your Costume Flowers of Yarn
            by nouvart Tashjian
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      The Dining Room
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Church Suppers
      Watchnight Suppers
      If the Men Must Have Meat
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A New Year's Guest
            by Eliza F Moriarty
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Let's Talk It Over,
      A Worthwhile Habit,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 19, Issue #6: February 1928
Page Count: 52
NOTES: There is a correction for the Hardanger Design crocheted lace in the June 1928 issue, page 30...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Once More Is Demonstrated the Charm of Cross-stitch Embroidery(patterns included!)
            by Grace H Stratton
    • CROCHET:
      Chair Back in Filet, Cherubs and Flowers
            by Bertie Moe
      Lace, Insertion in Crochet, Hardanger Design(correction in June issue, page 30)
            by Lillie A Klein
      Serviceable Hot Handle Holder
            by Mrs C H Faunce
      Hot Dish Mat, Flower Design
            by Mrs C H Faunce
      Border in Filet w/ Corner(cherries,blossoms)
            by Mrs J E Hamilton
      Medallion Chair Back
            by Madlin Anderson
      5Pce Davenport Set, Rose and Heart Design(filet)
            by Mrs John Hopman
      Baby Bonnet Featuring Flower Medallions
            by Mrs David Giberson
      Baby Bonnet in Irish Crochet
            by Mrs L K Huntington
      Baby Bonnet in Simple Stitches
            by Alice Patch
      Doilies w/ Borders in Imitation Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Interesting Interpretations of Favorite 3Pce Set
            by Beatrice Ferrell
      Purses, Handbags the Keynote of M'Lady's Costume
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Chic Little Frocks Feature Smocking
            by Helen Grant
      Bassinet-Coverlet for Wee Great-Granddaughter
            by Mrs A W Myers
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 5: "Lazy Daisy" and Allied Stitches
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • TATTING:
      "(4)Edgings, Dainty in Design",
            by Clara Haase

      "Wee Dresses Feature Single-Thread Tatting",
            by Miss R Shockley
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • TUTORIAL:
      Planning the Layette
            by Lillian Locke
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Making the Attic Livable
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Moss Rose Cake
      Delicious Quick Cake
      Comfort Frosting
      Creole Icing(steamed)
      Corn Fritters
      Syllabub
      Scalloped Oysters
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      February
            by Alicia Carew Stewart
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      More Good News,
      Valentine for Needlecraft,
      Truth of the Matter,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out
    • Just Talking It Over

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Volume 19, Issue #7: March 1928
Page Count: 52
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      All-White Embroideries, Simple and Lovely, Represent the Classics of Needlecraft
            by Ellen Muller
    • CROCHET:
      Grapevine Border for Round Lunchcloth, Matching Napkin Corner(filet)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Centerpiece, Star Design
            by Mrs Margaret Gray
      Back for Davenport, Rose Panel Design(filet)
            by Mrs V M Tekatlian
      Dainty Doily in Reticella Crochet
            by Emily McFarland
      Novel Ribbon Lace, w/ Corner(filet)
            by M Pintner
      (3)Doilies in Imitation Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
      Tumbler Doily in Reticella Crochet
            by Elsie Galloway
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Handkerchiefs for Easter Giving
            by Emma L Boardman
      Patchwork in a New Form for the Very Young
            by ruth Oppenheimer, Wilhelmine Hass
      Bedroom Embroideries
            by Minna Hackett
      Pillows, Cushions that Give a House That "Homey" Look
            by Helen Grant
      Sturdy Little Rompers for Hours of Play
            by Isabel Terrell
      Another New and Interesting Adventure in Tent Stitch
            by Grace H Stratton
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 6: Applique
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • TATTING:
      "Chair Set of Tatted Medallions",
            by Mrs C H Faunce
    • TUTORIAL:
      Another New and Interesting Adventure in Tent Stitch
            by Grace H Stratton
    • TUTORIAL:
      The Peasant Smock
            by Lillian Locke
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      New Patterns in Wall Paper
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Breast of Lamb Jardiniere
      Pork Chops Maurice
      Pickled Beets
      Jellied Vegetables
      Stuffed Flank Steak
      Roast of Lamb Farci
      Ragout of Lamb Picardy
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Memories
            by Grace Mae Strandberg
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Girl Who Smiled,
      Once More- What About It?,
      Another "Proof of the Pudding",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out
    • Just Talking It Over

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Volume 19, Issue #8: April 1928
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Of the Making of Quilted Cushions There Is No End
            by Grace H Stratton
    • CROCHET:
      Powder Dolls, Novel and Charming
            by Mrs J C Sterrett
      Floral Lace(filet)
      The "Rose" Cushion Top(filet)
      "Evie" Lace w/ Corner
      "Dulcie" Lace, Corner(Filet)
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Bright Blossoms Bedeck Lovely Fittings for Milady's Chamber
            by Bernice Farrington Super
      Table Sets, Colorful, Radiate Springtime Cheer
            by Maxine Harris
      Delightful New Note in a Familiar Theme(on cover)
            by Minna Hackett
      Ships of 4 Centuries for Cross-stitch(patterns given!)
            by Grace hall Stratton
      Novel Boutonniere, Easy to Make, Lovely(daisies)
            by Mrs Linnie W Keyes
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • ARTICLE:
      Mirrors and Sconces New or Renewed
            by Nettie Spoor Hanauer
    • TUTORIAL:
      The Pattern Doesn't Fit
            by Lillian H Locke
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      New Wall Finishes
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Eggs Like the Dawn of Day
      Oeufs Mimosa
      Sunshine Cake
      Pineapple Parfait
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      In April Woods
            by N Elizabeth Brown
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      An Easter Message,
      Thank You,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out
    • Just Talking It Over

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Volume 19, Issue #9: May 1928
Page Count: 40
NOTES: The filet rose corner for a luncheon cloth claims to match a pattern given in the December issue - does not state which December, and there was no filet rose pattern in the 1927 issue...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      We Weave Sewing Baskets Novel and Serviceable
            by Margaret J Carney
    • CROCHET:
      Lovely (filet)Lace-Trimmed Set for Wee One's Carriage
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Rose Corner for Luncheon Cloth(filet,matches pattern in December issue)
            by Not Given
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      3-Piece Buffet Set, Butterfly Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Little Linens You Will Love to Embroider(w/ crochet edging)
            by Grace E Macomber
      Designs of Long Ago Adapted to Present-Day Needs(throw rug pattern)
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Betty Believes in "Bunnies for Babies"
            by Helen Grant
      When One Goes A-Sailing Over the Deep Blue Sea
            by Carolyn Waite
      Apple-Blossom Motifs(on cover)
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 7- Decorative Stitches
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • BEADING:
      Of the Making of Necklaces There Is No End
            by Delia Adams
    • ARTICLE:
      A Story of Frame-Work(patchwork quilting)
            by Marjorie Brooks Sheppard
    • TUTORIAL:
      Exit the Household Drudge(sewing)
            by Lillian H Locke
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Summer Curtains of New Materials
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      May Day Breakfast for Six
      Eggs a la King
      Wedding Breakfasts
      Parfait or Ice Cream
      A Question of Sandwiches
      Honey Cream Dressing
      Fruit Punch for Fifty
      White Cake
      Mocha Icing
      Chocolate Fudge Icing
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      My Mother
            by Mary A Mason
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Roses and Carnations,
      The Habit of Health,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 19, Issue #10: June 1928
Page Count: 32
NOTES: The masthead was removed from the editor's page(which is the first page after the front cover), so there's no clear way to tell when the editor has changed now...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Fairy Princess Negligee of Hand-Painted Silk
            by Helen Grant
    • CROCHET:
      Davenport Set in Colonial Design(filet)
            by Alice Gronemeyer
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Linens that Win the Eye and Heart(cutwork ribbons)
            by Minna Hackett
      Summer Linens for Your Table
            by Helen Grant
      A Hat That Will Become You
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Quilted Crib Ensemble
            by Helen Grant
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 8- French and Eyelet
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Closet That Has No Place for Self-Respecting Skeletons
      Painted Furniture
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Tiny Peas w/ Lettuce Leaves, French Style
      Peas w/ Bacon
      Peas and Pimientos
      Alabama Strawberry Shortcake
      Pea and Celery Leaf
      Vegetarian Loaf Featuring Peas
      7 Days of Simple Summer Menus
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • CORRECTION:
      "Hardanger Design, crochet lace"(Feb,1928)
    • POEM:
      Measure Me, Sky!
            by Leonora Speyer
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Casement Windows,
      The Browning Memorial,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out
    • *Just Talking It Over

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Volume 19, Issue #11: July 1928
Page Count: 32
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      The Constitution Rug(hooked rug)
            by William Arthur Dickey
    • CROCHET:
      Rose Table Center
            by Not Given
      Scarf End, Butterfly Design(filet,reprint)
            by Mrs G h Herbert
      3-Piece Chair Set, Butterfly Design(filet)
            by Mrs Jessie Williams
      (6)Dainty Edgings for Many Uses
            by Lula M Harvey
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Samplers Old and Samplers New
            by Maxine Harris
      All Dressed Up for Every Day(child's dresses)
            by janet Stanton
      Simple Quilting "Glory-fies" a Chamber
            by Helen Grant
      Ultra Smartness Characterizes These Envelope Purses
            by Maxine Harris
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 9- Italian Cutwork
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      The Modern Bathroom
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Three Baskets of Sandwiches
      Four July Vegetable Dinners
      Onions Country Style
      String Beans
      Browned Lima Beans
      When Egg Plants Move in Official Circles
      Some Fundamentals of Vegetable Cookery
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      When the Flag Goes By
            by B Y Williams
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Declaration of Independence,
      "Old Ironsides",
      Women Folks and the Budget,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 19, Issue #12: August 1928
Page Count: 32
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Buffet Set in Filet Crochet
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Favorite Butterfly Motif(reprint)
            by Mrs Amelia Richard
      Sq. Medallion, Matching Lace, Daisy Design
            by Mrs Jennie Pierson
      Jacket, Bonnet for Babykins
            by Nellie A Johnson
      Raffia Slippers
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Buffet Set in Filet Crochet
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Sextette of Dish Towels
            by Not Given
      Glazed Chintz in New Modes
            by Nettie Spoor Hanauer
      Porch Pillows May Have Distinction
            by Maxine Harris
      Mother/Daughter Frocks
            by Helen Grant
      Jaunty Little Bathing Suits for the Younger Set(on cover)
            by Sarah Gibbs Campbell
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 10- Roman Cutwork
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • TATTING:
      "(2)Round Medallions",
            by Mrs J J Fell
    • TUTORIAL:
      Costume Bouquet of Berries(silk,wire)
            by Frances E David
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Colonial Living Rooms
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      The Corn Controversy
      Some Summer Soup Notions
      Blueberry Muffins
      Fried Tomatoes w/ Cream Sauce
      Corn Oysters
      Melon in the Salad
      Tomato Five-Some Preserves
      Old Fashioned Peach Jam
      Pickled Watermelon Rind
      Those Homemade Frosted Drinks
      Brief Word on Cool Kitchens
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Little Cares That Fretted Me
            by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Taking a Vacation,
      A Sermonette,
      The Children - and Good Will,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #1: September 1928
Page Count: 40
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Modern Sampler Done in the Modern Way for a Modern Home
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • CROCHET:
      Handsome Centerpiece and Buffet Set, Imitation Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
      Swan Lace, Insertion for Bathroom Curtains(filet)
            by Lula M Harvey
      (2)Doilies for Bread Tray, Cake Plate(filet)
            by Katherine Bestfather
      Door Panel or Curtain in Filet, Wisteria Design
            by Mrs A E Harvey
      "Paddy" stuffed toy(puppy)
            by Mildred Leetham
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Cheery Linens for Breakfast or Luncheon Tables
            by Maxine Harris
      Aprons to Lighten Household Tasks
            designed by Janet Stanton
      When She Sleeps or When She Merely Lounges
            designed by Carolyn Waite
      Designs in Cross-stitch Embroidery(color pattern page)
            by Helen Grant
    • KNITTING:
      Fluted Lace
            by Mrs E J Wilson
    • BEADING:
      Costume Flowers Made of Beads
            by Mrs J B Polo
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • PATCHWORK:
      The Butterfly
            by Verdie C Foster
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      The Livable Room
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Porch Parties Are Home Picnics
      Makings of the Out-Door Feast
      French Cheese Omelet
      Ham Mousse
      Orange Sponge Cake
      "Master" Biscuits w/ Variations
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Patchwork Coverlet
            by Doris Wheeler Blount
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The House Matilda Built,
      Home Again,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #2: October 1928
Page Count: 40
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  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      3 Gay Little Pillows in Felt Applique
            by Maxine Harris
    • CROCHET:
      Bird Design Insertion in Filet
            by Mary Lowe
      Edging w/ Rickrack
            by Hope C Waters
      Pineapple Edging w/ Corner
            by Mrs Lloyd Curran
      (filet)Markers for the Card Table
            by Irene MacAulay
    • EMBROIDERY:
      New Adventure in Cutwork
            by Wm A Dickey
      Pleasing Interpretation of Our Favorite Cross-stitch(pattern given)
            by Chosora Vardan
      Applique and Embroidery Create Color
            designed by Florence E Nash
      New Designs for Fabric Painting
            by Helen Grant
      Dolls the Little People Love
            by Emma L Boardman
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 11- Italian Hemstitching and Embroidery
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Mr. Vernon Bedspread
            by Mrs Luella Hinkle
      Girl's Coat, Cap
            by Not Given
    • TATTING:
      "Trio of Tatted Edgings- "Window", "Bunny", "Crisscross"",
            by Bessie Barker

      "(4)Edgings, New and Attractive",
            by Katherine Lawrence
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Novel Baskets Made of Raffia
            by Cosme Lopez
    • PAINTING WOOD:
      Adding a Touch of Color
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • TUTORIAL:
      The Ravel Mats of Ye Olden Times
            by Marjorie Brooks Sheppard
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Finishing New Floors, Woodwork
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      New England Fish Chowder
      Eggs au Gratin
      Vegetable Croquettes
      Louisiana Shrimp w/ Chutney
      Old time Watermelon Cake
      Lady Baltimore Cake
      Lord Baltimore Filling
      Pineapple Layer Cake
      Pineapple Icing
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Crickets
            by Harriet McEwen Kimball
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      In Harvest Time,
      What the Women's Clubs are Doing,
      Needlework for the Nerves,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #3: November 1928
Page Count: 40
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Decorative Stitchery Lends Distinction to These Chair Sets
            by Maxine Harris
    • CROCHET:
      Filet Pond-Lily Design Lace, Insertion
            by Lula M Harvey
      Sleeveless Jacket, Bonnet for Baby
            by Not Given
      Scarf, Centerpiece in Filet
            by Amelia Richard
      Rose Design(filet) for Pillow Slips, Towels
            by Elsie Galloway
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Cushions to Quilt in Varied Stitches
            by Harriet W Waters
      Gifts One Creates With Her Own Hands
            by Maxine Harris
      The Puppy and the Bumble Bee
            by Rachel Bell Maiden, Sylvia Litchfield
      Page of Color Cross-stitch Designs(patterns given)
            by Helen Grant
      Delightful Order from Santa's Headquarters
            by Janet Stanton
      Hot Handle Holder Makes Ideal Gift
            by Emma l Boardman
      Guest Towels That Borrow Their Designs from Sunny Spain
            by Not Given
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      No. 12- Canvas Embroidery
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Novelty Heart Lace
            by Julia D McDougall
      Set to Knit for Miss Dolly
            by Marjorie Brooks Shepherd
    • TATTING:
      "Lace for Altar Cloth",
            by Sister Beatina
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Bringing Up the Cellar
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Sweet Pickled Pineapple
      Week of Homey Winter Menus
      7 Breakfasts w/ Variations
      Simple Luncheon or Supper Menus
      Forcemeat Stuffing
      Stuffed Breast of Veal or Lamb
      Lamb or Veal Stew
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Harvest Home
            by John Greenleaf Whittier
    • POEM:
      The Tatting Shuttle
            by Mary Edgerly Ritersdorf
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      That First Thanksgiving Day,
      "Dropped Stitches" in Daily Living,
      Some Sensible Pin-Money Ideas,
      "Here",
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #4: December 1928
Page Count: 40
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Wool Embroidery for Bulap Bags
            by Grace H Stratton
    • CROCHET:
      Square Centerpiece w/ Border in Bowknot Design(filet)
            by Elsie Galloway
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Simple Elegance of Cutwork Towels
            by W A Dickey
      Dolls from the Scrap Bag
            by Floyd West, Sylvia Litchfield
      Aprons for Two and a Tot
            by Maxine Harris
      Dainty Embroideries for Guest Room
            by Minna Hackett
      Story of a Gift Box
            by Emma L Boardman
      "Pan-Handling" Becomes a Pleasure
            by Minnie Hachmann
      20 Pleasant Ways to Send Season's Greetings
            by Helen Grant
      Vogue of Stuffed Toys
            by Marie Hawthorne
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Labor Saving Gifts
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Christmas Basket for Some Tiny Tim
      The Noble Roast
      Yorkshire Pudding
      Stuffings That Suit the Fowl
      Goose and Pig Contend for the Honors
      Old English Christmas Pudding
      Pork Tenderloin w/ Red Apples
      Frugal Fruit Pudding
      Baked Bananas
      Golden Salad
      Tomato Aspic
      Cabbage, Apple and Raisin Salad
      Versatile Cream Dressing
      Cuban Banana Salad
      3-Minute Mayonnaise
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A Christmas Carol
            by Phillips Brook
    • POEM:
      Christmas Eve
            by Catherine Parmenter
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Christmas Tree, Oldtime or Newtime,
      those Christmas Seals,
      Story of an Apron Shop,
      More Good News,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 20, 1929: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 20, Issue #5: January 1929
Page Count: 32
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Seaside Supper-Cloth in Filet Crochet
            by Mary Card
    • CROCHET:
      Insert for Baby's Pillow(filet)
            by Miss C A Crooks
      "Take a Chair" Chair Back(filet)
            by Not Given
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Seaside Supper-Cloth in Filet Crochet
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Using This and That Cushion Together
            by Ethel M McCunn
      When You Replenish Your Bed Linens
            by Marie Hawthorne
      Canvas Work Tapestries
            by Christine Ferry
      Cutwork Still Holds First Place Among White Embroideries
            by Emma L Boardman
      Handmade Pretties for the Baby
            by Janet Stanton
      Novel Wall Hangings
            by William A Dickey
    • KNITTING:
      Shell Lace
            by Mrs Julia D McDougall
      Child's Gloves
            by Eugenia R Pinkney
      Modish Ensemble for Miss Dolly
            by Marjorie Brooks Sheppard
      Dahlia Lace in Tapestry Knitting
            by Anna Brunton
    • TATTING:
      "Tatted Daisy",
            by Mrs W M Odum

      "(3)Dainty Trims in Colors",
            by Alcy L Wager
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Delightful Adventure in Reed-Land
            by Margaret J Carney
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Needlecraft's Small House
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Meat Balls
      Creamed Oysters for Twelve
      Rice Baked in Consomme
      Scotch Fancies
      Molasses Cookies
      Hot Slaw
      Vitality Salad
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Nineteen Twenty-Nine
            by Helen Van Anderson
    • POEM:
      Ring Out, Wild Bells
            by Alfred Tennyson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      At the Door,
      A Message for Somebody, Somewhere,
      Another Big Credit for the Women's Club,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #6: February 1929
Page Count: 52
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Table Runner Featuring Poppies in Cutwork
            by William A Dickey
    • CROCHET:
      Altar Lace of Darned Net or Filet Crochet
            by M Pintner
      Trefoil Lace
            by Mrs Monroe Adam
      Attractive Trim in Two Colors
            by Mrs Emmett H Spees
      Arm Rest in Filet, Dogwood-Blossom Design
            by Miss Dick Mountford
      Chair Back or Door Panel, Thistle and Iris Design(filet)
            by Mrs M A P Loud
      Chair Set in Rose Design(filet)
            by Mrs Edgar Veitch
      Bootees for Baby
            by Mary B Smith
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Luncheon Sets, Simple and Lovely
            by Maxine Harris
      Generous Use of Felt Applique
            by Helen Grant
      Blossom Cushions
            by Christine Ferry
      Pockets for Pennies
            by Lillian H Locke
      Portieres Embroidered in Wool
            by Ethel M McCunn
      Attractive Between Meal Runner
            by Addie M Bodwell
      Dainty Dress-up for the Bedroom Beautiful
    • CRAFT LESSONS:
      No. 1- Stenciling
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Bootees for Baby
            by Mrs O P Smith
      Collection of Diamonds(5 laces)
            by Anna Brunton
      Baby Carriage Cover
            by Not Given
    • TATTING:
      "Cap for the Littlest One",
            by Mrs O T Kelton

      "(3)Edgings, (1)Butterfly",
            by Clara Haase
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Vinegar and Molasses Pie
      Simple Spiced Pumpkin for Pies, Ramekins
      Transfigured Brown Betty
      That Bottom Crust
      Quick Fruit Whip
      Chocolate Blanc Mange
      Cream Cheese Salad
      Red Cabbage
      Lima Beans
      Cabbage
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Lincoln's Heart
            by Hezekiah Butterworth
    • POEM:
      Lincoln
            by Laura Simmons
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Washington and Lincoln,
      Kindness is the Word,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #7: March 1929
Page Count: 40
NOTES:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Some Charming Variations of a Familiar Theme(hooked rug)
            by Grace H Stratton
    • CROCHET:
      Chair Back of Medallions, Star Design
            by Nettie W McCoy
      Border in Filet
            by Mrs Verna Jinks
      Square, Clover Design(filet)
            by Ida C Farr
      "Bunnie" Scarf End(filet)
            by Mrs Munroe Adams
      Centerpiece in Filet, 8-Pt Star Design
            by Olga Lyon
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Quartette of Cushions Quilted in Italian Style
            by Harriet Waters
      Gay Bridge Cloths
            by Christine Ferry
      Cutwork Refreshment Set, Rose Design
            by William A Dickey
      Embroidered Offerings for Your Church
            by Grace H Stratton
    • KNITTING:
      Little Jacket for Baby
            by Mrs J W Williams
      Baby Sweater
            by Linnie Keyes
    • TUTORIAL:
      Making Bias Tape
            by Lillian H Locke
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • HOME DECOR:
      Lamps In the Modern Manner,
      Up-to-Date Floor Coverings
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Venetian Eggs
      Fried Eggs Ranch Style
      Escalloped Eggs
      Fishery Is Now Fine Art on a Big Scale
      Banana and Cranberry Jam
      Grape Conserve
      Tomato Conserve
      Carrot Marmalade
      Marmalades from Canned Fruits
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Tower of the Temple
            by E W Wilcox
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Spirit of Eastertide,
      The Higher Vision,
      Finding Her Pot of Gold,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #8: April 1929
Page Count: *
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • CROCHET:
      *
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      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      *
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      *
            by Margaret J Carney
    • ARTICLE:
      *
            by *
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      *What's New in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • HOME DECOR:
      *
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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Volume 20, Issue #9: May 1929
Page Count: 40
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Make Your Spring Hat, Bag of Quilted Silk
            by Helen Grant
    • CROCHET:
      Trims for Table Runners
            by Flora Deuschle
      (2)Insertions Simulating Drawnwork
            by Eva Joy Heitmeyer
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroidered Voile Makes Stunning Curtains for Your Windows
            by Maxine Harris
      Cutwork Roses for Dining Room
            by William A Dickey
      Needlework Decorations for Sport Blouses
            by Christine Ferry
      Picturesque Holland Hanging in Felt Applique
            by Helen Grant
      3-Piece Set of Silk
            by Janet Stanton
    • TATTING:
      "Bonnet, Frock for Miss 2-yrs(w/ tatted medallions, edging)",
            by Clara Haase

      "(7)Edgings, 1 Rnd. Medallion(all w/ clunies)",
            by Sara Aus
    • LEATHER:
      Tooled Leather a Fascinating Craft
            by Christine Ferry, Maren Thoresen
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops on 5th Avenue
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • HOME DECOR:
      The Friendly Exterior
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Asparagus and Soup Variations
      Tapioca Pudding w/ Strawberry Sauce
      Quick Fancy Dinner Rolls
      Escalloped Ham
      Baked Apples w/ Sausage
      Peruvian Chocolate
      May-Pole Cake
      Special Sponge Cake for May Day
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Hurdy-Gurdy Days
            by Martha H Clark
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      May-Time Message,
      Day We Observe,
      Our Peace Ambassador,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 20, Issue #10: June 1929
Page Count: 32
COVER: Needlecraft in Egypt(Reginald P Ward)
NOTES: Beginning with this issue, they are doing a series of covers that depict needlecraft through history...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Little Clothes from Paris for Little Girls in America
            by Helen Grant
    • CROCHET:
      Scarf Ends in Gros-Filet(swallow,swan)
            by M Beatina
      Torchon Lace
            by Mrs August Romer
      Unique Tea Cozy, Strawberry Design
            by Eleanor Hill
      Matching Corners for Luncheon Cloth, Napkins(filet,violets)
            by Julia Lang
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Novelties in Painted Felt
            by Maren Thoresen
      Fruit Decorated Refreshment Set
            by Christine Ferry
      A Hat for Every Frock
            by Christine Ferry, Maren Thoresen
      Colonial Cross-stich Design for Modern Homes(pattern given)
            by Helen Grant
    • KNITTING:
      Lorita Lace, Kelso Lace
            by Eugene R Pinkney
    • ARTICLE:
      Needlecraft in Egypt(see cover)
            by F Y W
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Flowers and Food
      Chicken a la King
      Jellied Tomato Bouillon
      Dolly Madison Fruit Cake
      Easy Fruit Cake
      Fruited Cream
      Many Layered Jam Cake
      Daffodil Cake
      Casserole Chicken
      Roast Veal
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A June Picture
            by Walter Lewis Hay
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Our New Covers,
      Renaissance of Needlework,
      The "Little Women's Club",
      A Rose for Father,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 20, Issue #11: July 1929
Page Count: 32
COVER: Grecian Woman at Her Spinning(Reginald P Ward)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Wild-Rose Mat in Cutwork for Your End Table
            by William Arthur Dickey
    • CROCHET:
      Crochet Trimmed Linens for Your Dining Room
            by Christine Ferry, Flora Deuschle
      Dainty Doily
            by Ruth H Grimm
      A Rag Rug Variation
            by Christine Ferry
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Luncheon Sets, Delightfully Different
            by Emma L Boardman
      Crayon Decoration for Your Dutch Kitchen
            by Helen Grant
      Peacocks in the Vineyard, Sumptuous Wall Hanging
            by Nina Souroshnikoff
    • KNITTING:
      Variations of the Fan-and-Cable Pattern
            by Flora Deuschle
    • TATTING:
      "Something New in Shuttlework(padded tatting)",
            by M Beatina
    • PATCHWORK:
      Newtime Patchwork Design
            by Mrs E L richardson
    • ARTICLE:
      Grecian Woman at Her Spinning(cover)
            by F Y W
    • ARTICLE:
      Colonial Quilt Enters the White House
            by E h Jordan
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      The Bean Loaf
      Quick Baked Bean Soup
      Meaty Omelet for Dinner time
      Berry Pies
      Pastry Pointers
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      July
            by Susan Hartley Sweet
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Another Chapter of a Delightful Story,
      Much Needed Change,
      Sisterhood of Woman,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 20, Issue #12: August 1929
Page Count: *
COVER: *
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • CROCHET:
      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      *
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      *
            by Margaret J Carney
    • ARTICLE:
      *
            by *
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      *What's New in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • HOME DECOR:
      *
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #1: September 1929
Page Count: 40
COVER: The Creative Woman in Colonial Times(Reginald P Ward)
NOTES: My current copy of this issue is complete, but pretty pounded and dirty...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Knitted Costume That Every Woman Needs
            by Mabel Bigglestone
    • CROCHET:
      (4)Filet Laces- Althea, Arboretum, Starling, Dalmation
            by M Pintner
      Chair Back, Rose Design(filet)
            by Mrs Albert Geske
      (4)Fringed Edgings in Imitation Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Charming Sextette of Quilted Cushions
            by Minna Hackett
      Air Castle You Can Hang on Your Wall
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      New (cutwork)Linens for Your Bridge Table
            by Christine Ferry
      Silhouette Cross-stitch Page(patterns given)
            by Helen Grant
      Delightful Embroideries from Baby Land
            by Helen Grant
      Crib Set for the Littlest One
            by Minnie Hachmann
      Cross-stitch Silhouettes Can Be Put to Many Uses
            by Helen Grant
    • ARTICLE:
      The Creative Woman in Colonial Times(cover)
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops on 5th Avenue
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • HOME DECOR:
      Papercraft- A New Decorative Art
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Perfect Pie
      Little Kay's Quick Sponge Cake
      Grandma's Velvet Chocolate Drops
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Goldenrod
            by Elisa O Jewell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Birthday Anniversary,
      The Dress That Wona Prize,
      Home Again,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #2: October 1929
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COVER: *
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      *
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    • CROCHET:
      *
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      *
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      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      *
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • LESSONS IN EMBROIDERY FOR BEGINNERS:
      *
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      *
            by *
      *
            by *
      *
      *
    • TATTING:
      "*TITLE",
            by *DESIGNER
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      *
            by Margaret J Carney
    • ARTICLE:
      *
            by *
    • TUTORIAL:
      *
            by *
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3*)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      *What's New in the Shops
            by Ethel M McCunn
    • HOME DECOR:
      *
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
      *
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • CORRECTION:
      "*"(*,*)
    • POEM:
      *
            by *
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      *,
      *,
      *,
      *,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #3: November 1929
Page Count: 40
COVER: The Sampler in America - 1820(Reginald P Ward)
NOTES: My current copy of this issue has a small cutout on page 11/12, 15/16, and 17/18...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Cutwork Towels to Help Solve the Gift Problem
            by A D Williams
    • CROCHET:
      Scarf in Maltese Crochet
            by Flora Deuschle
      (3)Laces
            by M Pintner
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Playing Covers of Sateen for the Bridge Table
            by Minna Hackett
      Stage a Calico Booth for Your Bazaar
            by Christine Ferry
      Working Magic w/ Bias Fold
            by Maren Thoresen
      Swiss Alps Inspired This Wall Hanging in Felt Applique
            by Helen Grant
      Cameo Cross-stitch for Your Chairs
            by Minna Hachmann
      From Rags to Riches
            by Lillian H Locke
    • LESSON:
      Swedish Weaving
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • KNITTING:
      Charming Knitted Togs for the Kiddies
            by Clara E Herlitzius
    • TUTORIAL:
      Caning(chair seats)
            by Margaret J Carney
    • ARTICLE:
      Some Little Girls Enter the World of Art(cover)
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops
            by Constance Wade
    • HOME DECOR:
      Furniture That Sally Built
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Quick Cranberry Conserve
      Winter Corn Pudding
      Uncle Sam's Rabbit Pie
      Lapin a la Paysanne(or the Country Rabbit)
      Creamed Rabbit(Lapin a la Cream)
      Golden Salad en Gelee
      Uncooked Banbury Filling for Tart
      Enlish Pastry and Cooked Filling
      Mis' Phebe's Cream Banana Pie
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A Day
            by John Greenleaf Whittier
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Ready for Thanksgiving,
      A Worthy Message,
      Calling the Roll,
      Our Cover Series,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #4: December 1929
Page Count: 40
COVER: The Patchwork Quilt- Civil War Period(Reginald P Ward)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Colorful Outfit for Winter Sports
            designed by Maren Thoresen
    • CROCHET:
      Luncheon Set in Filet Crochet(rose design)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Combination of Patchwork and Embroidery
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
      Easily Made Gifts t Please the Family Circle
            designed by Helen Grant
      Felt Novelties Suggestive of Christmas Giving
            by Christine Ferry
      Playfellows for Kiddies Big and Little(stuffed toys)-
      Scaredy Cat, Giraffe, Frog, Tabby Cat
            by Maren Thoresen
      Bagfuls of Christmas Cheer
            designs by Helen Grant
      Guest Towels for Gift Towels
            by Marie Hawthorne
      Towels for the Family's Christmas
            designed by A D Williams
      "Funniflans" for the Baby's Stocking
    • HISTORY ARTICLE:
      An Old-Fashioned Quilting Party(see cover)
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • TUTORIAL:
      The Seamy Side of Dressmaking
            by Lillian H Locke
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (1)Page of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops on Fifth Avenue
            by Constance Wade
    • HOME DECOR:
      Needlecraft Designs a Modernistic Room
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Twelfth Night Cake
      English Yorkshire Pudding
      Honeycomb Pudding
      Sage and Onion Dressing
      Never Fail Cranberry Jelly
      Cranberry Relish
      Cider Jelly Cocktail
      Tomato Jelly Salad
      Grapefruit Jelly Salad
      Ring Salad
      Jellied Apple Sauce
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A Christmas Carol
            by Jame Russell Lowell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      And Now We Make Quilts,
      Follow the Star,
      A Home-Going,
      Our Reference List for Clubs,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Volume 21, 1930: 12 Monthly Issues

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #5: January 1930
Page Count: 40
COVER: Tambour Embroidery- Victorian Era(Reginald P Ward)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Iridescent Table for the Bridge Luncheon(embroidery)
            by Christine Ferry, Margaret Thompson
    • CROCHET:
      Hot Dish Mats, Horn-of-Plenty Design
            by Mrs Ruby Klassen
      Altar Lace(filet)
            by Helen Aaberg
      New and Popular Beret
            by Clara Herlitzius
      Chairset in Filet(peacock design)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Morning Glory Luncheon Cloth(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Refreshment Sets Delightfully Different
            by Wilhelmine Hachmann
      Cutwork Tulips for the Refreshement Table
            by A D Williams
      Cross-stitch Developed in Varied Threads
            by Christine Ferry
      Cross-stitch Sampler(color pattern page)
            by Helen Grant
      Charming Triad of Dresser Scarfs
            by Marie Hawthorne
      Linens for the Bridge Luncheon Table
            by Christine Ferry, Margaret Thompson
      Cross-stitch Sampler for a Young Girl's Room(pattern given)
            by Helen Grant
    • KNITTING:
      Warm Little Hood(baby's), Matching Slip-On Sweater
            by Mrs C F Joslyn
    • INTERVIEW:
      "Eternal Woman, First, Last and Always, Creative"- Ida M Tarbell
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • HISTORY ARTICLE:
      The Coming of the Sewing Machine
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • TUTORIAL:
      Making of Hooked Rugs Always in Vogue
            by Helen Grant
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops on Fifth Avenue
            by Constance Wade
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Chocolate Delight
      Economical Salad Dressing
      Orange Pies
      African Lemon Cakes via Michigan
      Divinity Pie
      Oatmeal Cocoanut Cookie
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The New Year's Message
            by E W Wilcox
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A Prophesy,
      Tambour Work and the Sewing Machine,
      A New Series(interviews w/ interesting women),
      A Last-Minute Gift,
      Needlecraft's Covers,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #6: February 1930
Page Count: 52
COVER: Crewel Embroidery - 1875(Reginald P Ward)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Handsome Dinner Cloth Featuring cutwork Panel(Chrysanthemum design)
            by A D Williams
    • CROCHET:
      Unusual (filet)Trim for Dining Room Linens,fruit design
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Dainty Doilies in Imitation Armenian Lace
            by Marie Haase
      Scarf End, Lyre Design(filet)
            by Nouvart Tashjian
      (3)Laces- Petaluma, Trilby, Simplex
            by M Pintner
      Square of Pleasing and Unusual Design
            by Lillie Klein
    • EMBROIDERY:
      4 Good Reasons for Making a Cushion
            by Maren Thoresen
      Charming Dress-Ups for Milady's Chamber
            by Wilhelmine Hachmann
      Sewing Club Has Another Session(patchwork pillows)
            by Ada C Stoddard
      Colored Applique Cutwork(oranges, flowers)
            by Christine Ferry
      Variety in Setting of Informal Meals
            by Christine Ferry, Margaret Thompson
      Crewel-Wool Reproduction of Sulgrave Manor- Ancestral Home of the Washingtons
            by Helen Grant
      Brown Bunny Bathrobes Will Delight the Children
            designed by Helen Grant
      Borders of "Cut Flowers" for a Water Set(cutwork)
            by Not Given
    • LESSONS IN SEWING:
      The Tailored Appearance
            by Lillian H Locke
    • KNITTING:
      Great Grandmother's Counterpane
            by Mrs Calvin Coolidge
      Border for Knitted Counterpane, Leaf Design
            by Mrs E Roetger
    • INTERVIEW:
      5 Grown-up Davenports and How They Weave- Mrs Phyllis Davenport
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Refreshment Trays
            by Margaret J Carney
    • HISTORY ARTICLE:
      Beginning of a New Era for Women(Crewel Design)
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • TUTORIAL:
      Paper Mosaic, A New Decorative Craft
            by Idah Diana Ekbergh
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Meat Loaf
      Sausage and Pineapple
      Glazed Apple Rings w/ Cherries
      Sure-Fire Candied Sweets
      Lamb Patties
      Gelatine Dessert Salad
      George Washington Pie
      Home Happiness Cake
      Molasses Cookies
      White Cake
      Pineapple Frosting
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A February Picture
            by Lisa A Fletcher
    • POEM:
      A Valentine
            by Lalla Mitchell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Month We Celebrate,
      The Story of Crewel-Work,
      "Why Not Needlecraft Day?",
      Men and Needlecraft,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #7: March 1930
Page Count: 40
COVER: The Motto Period - 1881(Reginald P Ward)
NOTES: The February cover was Mr. Ward's last complete painting. This cover was painted by his friend Carl Schwab, based on Mr Ward's color sketch...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      White Applique on Color
            by Maren Thoresen
    • CROCHET:
      Outdoor Suit for Little Brother
            by Clara E Herlitzius
      (6)Dainty Edgings
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Simple Medallion(tiling)
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Luncheon Set in Carnation Design(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Living Room Linens Feature Cutwork, Applique
            by Christine Ferry
      Stool, Bench Covers in Needlepoint Tapestry
            by Mabel Foster Bainbridge
      (cutwork)Tulips or Chrysanthemums for Your Buffet Set
            designs by A D Williams
      Modernize Your Bathroom w/ Colorful Mats, Linens
            by Christine Ferry, Maren Thoresen
      Combination Cutwork, Fayal Drawnwork
            by Sister Beattina
      Pair of Quilted Tuck-In Cushions
    • HISTORY ARTICLE(cover):
      Awful Eighties and Gay Nineties
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • KNITTING:
      Outfit for Outdoor Suit for Little Lady 2-3yrs
            by Clara E Herlitzius
      Gay Little Sailor-Girl Outdoor Suit
            by Julia C Averill
      Chair Seat
            by Linnie Keyes
    • SEWING LESSONS:
      The Magician's Bag of Tricks
            by Lillian H Locke
    • INTERVIEW:
      Needlepoint Couch Cover Plays Heavy Role in Official Life in Washington- Mrs Edward Everett Gann
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Are Cozy Homes Still in Fashion?
            by Mary Brooks Picken
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Fried Shrimp
      Rice- W/ or W/out Fish
      Clam Chowder
      Fish Chowder
      Oyster Chowder
      New England Lobster Stew
      Vinegar Cobbler
      Salmon Puff for Six
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      March
            by William Cullen Bryant
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Introducing Mary Brooks Picken,
      Her Secret of Success,
      Reginald P Ward,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #8: April 1930
Page Count: 40
COVER: the Bicycle Girl of 1900(John Edwin Jackson)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Spring Bride Entertains at Luncheon(embroidery)
            by Christine Ferry, Margaret Thompson
    • CROCHET:
      Luncheon Set w/ Trim of Filet(rose design)
            by Elsie Galloway
      (2)Baby Bonnets
            by Marie Haase
      Cover for Small Table in Gros-Filet
            by Helen P Metzger
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Initial and Monogram Markings
            by Christine Ferry
      Neckwear for Spring is Smartest When Hand-Made
            designs by Helen Grant
      Gay Fruit Cushions
            by Maren Thoresen
      New Embroideries for Spring Table
            designed by Helen Grant
      Cutwork for the Spring Bride's Bed Linens
            by A D Williams
      Lid Lifters for Your Hot Pots(embroidered)
            Refreshment Set w/ Modern Cutwork
      Accessories that Encourage Tidiness
    • KNITTING:
      Lace in Leaf Design
            Knitted Bead Bag
            by Emma Schmid
    • INTERVIEW:
      "Young Folks Restless? Teach Them to Crochet," said Elisabeth Marbury
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • HISTORY ARTICLE:
      Home Arts Revive as 20th Century Dawns
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops on 5th Avenue
            by Constance Wade
    • HOME DECOR:
      When You Make Your Own Draperies
            by Mary Brooks Picken
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Strawberry Souffle
      Easter Egg Variations
      Strawberry Sponge
      Fruit Melange
      Veal Birds
      Easter Stuffing for Roast Chicken
      Plain Spring Salads
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      An Easter Flower Gift
            by John G Whittier
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      An Easter Message,
      Aircraft and Needlecraft,
      Yesterday and Today,
      One of the "Specials",
      On the Air,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #9: May 1930
Page Count: 40
COVER: Amelia Earhart on Aircraft and Needlecraft(John Edwin Jackson)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Embroidered Berets for Summer Sports
            designs by Maren Thoresen
    • CROCHET:
      Elfine Lace w/ Corner(filet)
      "Ribbon Bow" for luncheon Cloth, Table Runner(filet)
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Embroidered Berets for Summer Sports
            designs by Maren Thoresen
      Refreshment Linens for Summer Bridge Tables
            by Christine Ferry
      Chair Set in Hardanger
            designed by Maren Thoresen
      Where the Shy Little Violets Grow(cutwork)
            by A D Williams
      Let Your Windows Welcome the Sunshine w/ These Sheer Draperies
            designed by Wilhelmine Hachmann
      Colorful Bags Developed in Wool
            by Christine Ferry, Maren Thoresen
      Quintet of Towels
            by Ellen Muller
      Practical Embroideries for Baby's Carriage, Crib
            designed by Wilhelmine Hachmann
      "The Little Green Door" Wool-embroidered Picture
            by Helen Grant
      Creative Adventure in Spring Renovation
            by Geo Boardman Perry
    • SEWING LESSONS:
      The Sleeve Test
            by Lillian H Locke
    • INTERVIEW:
      What Women Can Do for Aviation- Amelia Earhart
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • HISTORY ARTICLE:
      Golden Age of Women's Activities Begins(cover)
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops on 5th Avenue
            by Constance Wade
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Dixie Barbeque Hash from Georg's
      Baked Liver
      Family Chicken Pie
      Making Spinach Attractive
      Apricot Souffle
      Fruit Custard Puddings
      Candlestick Birthday Cake
      Kiddie Cookies from Ohio
      Flapper Salad
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Calling of the Spring
            by Martha H Clark
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      May Day - Parents' Day,
      The Girl of the Present,
      Remembering Mother,
      Honor Where Honor Is Due,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #10: June 1930
Page Count: 32
COVER: Norway- Weaving(John Edwin Jackson)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Crew-Neck Sweater w/ Matching Scarf
            by E Mabel Bigglestone
    • CROCHET:
      (6)Serviceable Edgings
            by M Pintner
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Scarf End in Cross-stitch- Featuring Willow-Ware Design(pattern given)
            by Helen Grant
      Hostess Gifts
            by Christine Ferry
      Collar/Cuffs for Little Girl's Frocks
            designs by Helen Grant
      Bride's Sunshine Kitchen
            designs by Maren Thoresen
      Cross-stitch Sampler(color pattern given)
            by Helen Grant
    • INTERVIEW:
      An Old Norse Story in the Modern Manner- Mme. Halvard H Bachke
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • COVER ARTICLE:
      Norwegian Tapestry Weaving Old and New
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • TUTORIAL:
      Bridge Prizes in Cordonne- a Novel New Artcraft
            by Idah Diana Ekbergh
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (2)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Silver and Gold Cakes
      Richer Fruit Cake
      Mint Sherbet
      Norwegian Cream Pudding
      Heavenly Fare
      Strawberry Jelly
      Sliced Strawberry Jam
      Strawberry and Pineapple Jam
      Chicken Mousse
      Fruit Salad in Cottage Cheese Mold
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Lengthening Days
            by Susan Oakes Curtis
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      A New Hope Chest,
      Air-Minded,
      Another Cover-Series,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #11: July 1930
Page Count: 32
COVER: Germany- Spinning(John Edwin Jackson)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      When Little Maids Dress Up in Summer(embroidery)
            designs by Janet Stanton
    • CROCHET:
      Unique Buffet Set in Raised Filet-Crochet(pastoral American scene)
            by Annie E Burruss
      (5)Dainty Lace in Armenian Crochet
            by Marie Haase
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Water Lilies in Cutwork for Your Dining Room
            designed by Frances Packard
      Colorful Cushions for Use Indoors and Out
            by Christine Ferry
      "The Formal Garden" Picture in Bright Wools
            by Helen Grant
    • TUTORIAL:
      Weaving Without a Loom
            by Ethelyn J Guppy
    • TUTORIAL:
      Hooked Chair Seats and Stool Tops Are Very Decorative
            by Maren Thoresen
    • INTERVIEW:
      Discrimination, Taste, and Diplomacy- Frau Von Prittwitz Gaffron
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • COVER ARTICLE:
      Needlework of Germany
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Bringing the Garden Indoors
            by Hazel H Adler
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Blueberry Pudding
      Quick Raspberry and Currant Jelly
      Old Time Currant-Raspberry Jam
      Spiced Gooseberries
      Candied Ginger
      Sour-Cream Cakes
      Pope's Head Pudding
      Prize Cake from Illinois
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Nation's Shrine
            by Alma Adams Wiley
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Again "The Sisterhood of Woman",
      The Handwork of Other Countries,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 21, Issue #12: August 1930
Page Count: 32
COVER: Philippine Embroidery(John Edwin Jackson)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Colorful Chintz Sport Ensemble for Beach, Country
            by Isabel F Ingraham
    • CROCHET:
      Handsome Trim for Table Runner(filet, fruit design)
            by Olive F Ashcroft
      Rosedale Lace
            by M Pintner
      Chair Arm Covers
            by Lillie A Klein
      Baby's Bonnet in Crochet
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Gay Felts are Usable in Many Ways
            designs by Maren Thoresen
      Clever Designs for the Bridge Table
            by Frances Packard
      Colorful Wall Hanging Suggested by Sunny Sicily
            by Helen Grant
      Little Person's Very Own Quilt(pieced,embroidered)
            designed by Janet Stanton
      Easy to Do Trimmings for School Frocks
            by Jane Warren Wells
    • KNITTING:
      Lace in Knot Stitch
            by Luella Hinkle
    • INTERVIEW:
      When Expert Needlewomen Turn to New Fields of Expression, They Continue to Excel- Madame Camilo Osias
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Reed Wood Basket
            by Margaret J Carney
    • COVER ARTICLE:
      The Most Beautiful Embroidery in the World" Was Made Centuries Ago by Philippine Women
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • TUTORIAL:
      Most Fascinating Among Homecrafts is Rug Making
            by Annie E Burruss
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • ARTICLE:
      Seen in the Shops on 5th Avenue
            by Constance Wade
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Sauteed Green Tomato
      Peach Shortcake
      Peach Mousse
      "Adobo" Filipino for Stewed Chicken
      Cocoa Syrup for Cold Drinks
      Baked Fish and Macaroni
      Kiss Pudding from Massachusetts
      Almond Slice Pastry
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Wayside Blossoms
            by Eleanor Duncan Wood
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      In Vacation Time,
      Where the Money Is Going,
      Record for Filet Crochet,
      Old and New,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 22, Issue #1: September 1930
Page Count: 40
COVER: Switzerland- Bobbin Lace(M Jones)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Wool-Embroidered Felt Makes Charming Hat-and-Bag Ensemble for the Schoolgirl
            designed by Marion W Fuller
    • CROCHET:
      (6)Edgings
            by Olive F Ashcroft
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Poinsettia Bowl Chair Set(filet)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Portiers May Also Be Attractive
            designs by Maren Thoresen
      Little Bridge Prizes, Bazaar Contributions, or Gifts
            by Maren Thoresen
      Floral Chair Seat, Matching Rug
            by Marie Hawthorne
      Smartest Garments are Pajamas
            by Carol Wyman
      Garden Scenes for Framing
            by Christine Ferry, Maren Thoresen
      Cherokee Rose Quilt
            by Marie D Webster
    • INTERVIEW:
      Old Art Finds a Place in a New World- Lorentz Kleiser
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • BASKET WEAVING:
      Footstool and Ottoman in Reedwork
            by Margaret J Carney
    • COVER ARTICLE:
      Industrious Needlewomen of Switzerland
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (5)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      Let Charm Begin in the Hall
            by Agnes Heisler Barton
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Miscellaneous information
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Watchers
            by Grace Noll Crowell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Still Another Helpful Feature,
      Pioneers,
      The Best of Investments,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • SHOPPING FOR NOVELTIES
            by Patience Porter
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 22, Issue #2: October 1930
Page Count: 36
COVER: Czechoslovakia Embroidery(John Edwin Jackson)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Berets Popular W/ the Younger Set(embridery,applique)
            by Isabetl F Ingraham
    • CROCHET:
      Cockatoo Design in Filet for Chair Back, Scarf End
            by Olive F Ashcroft
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Guest Room Ensemble of Embroidered Organdy
            by Wilhelmine H Hachmann
      Luncheon Linens That are Decorative, Easy to Do
            by Christine Ferry
      Bridge Table Ensembles
            by Nancy Cary
      Tailored Felt Bags, Smart and Practical
            by Isabel Ingraham
      Patchwork for Quilts, Cushions in Quaint Oldtime Designs
            by Ada C Stoddard
      Capacious Laundry Bags "From the Chinese"
            by Janet Stanton
      Now That Color Has Invaded Cutwork
            by Wm. Arthur Dickey
    • KNITTING:
      Dainty Apparel in Knitting
            by Clara E Herlitzius
    • INTERVIEW:
      Maine's 1st Lady Asks for Excellence- Mrs William Tudor Gardner
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • COVER ARTICLE:
      Gay Embroideries of Gallant Czecho-Slovakia
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • HOME DECOR:
      The Livable Living Room
            by Agnes Heisler Barton
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Honey Graham Muffins
      Oatmeal Wafers
      Pan-fried Cereals w/ Variations
      Quick Pepper Relish
      Carrot Conserve
      Cream of Cauliflower Soup
      Cauliflower w/ Cheese
      Raisin Layer Cake
      Date Roll for Hallowe'en
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      A Song ofor Autumn
            by Alis Thorn
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      The Swing of the Pendulum,
      Little Talk About Covers,
      From the Editor's Mailbag,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • SHOPPING FOR NOVELTIES
            by Patience Porter
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 22, Issue #3: November 1930
Page Count: 36
COVER: Mexico Drawn Work(John Edwin Jackson)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Lace Trims for Living Room Linens(Battenberg)
            by Maren Thoresen
    • CROCHET:
      Chair Set in Filet(shamrock design)
            by Mary Card
    • ARTISTIC DESIGNS IN CROCHET:
      Chair Set in Filet(shamrock design)
            by Mary Card
    • EMBROIDERY:
      Gay Little Aprons
            by Carol Wyman
      Scenic Cushions
            by Nancy Cary
      Noah Leads the Animals from the Ark(soft toys)
            by Isabel Ingraham
      Dinner Damask and Its Marking
            by Christine Ferry, Margaret Thompson
      Practical, Lovely Cases for Linens, Silverware
            by Wilhelmine H Hachmann
      Charming Border in Mexican Drawnwork
            by Therese Bernard
      Covers for Your Toast
            by Marie Hawthorne
    • INTERVIEW:
      She Introduces Our Neighbor Mexica- Mrs Frances Flynn Paine
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • ARTICLE(cover):
      The Arts of Mexico Foretell a Bright Future After a Glorious Past
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (4)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • THE PIECE BAG:
      Tips for Thanksgiving Tables
      An Apple Bee
      Autumn Leaf Shower
            by Amy V Richards
    • HOME DECOR:
      The Friendly Dining Room
            by Agnes Heisler Barton
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Mince Pie
      Harrison Cake, 1930 Style
      Brown Fricassee of Chicken
      Whipped Cream Pumpkin Pie
      Chili Meat Loaf
      Mexican Rabbit Stew
      Mexican Rice
      Tamale Pie from Santa Barbara
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      Thanksgiving
            by Constance Vivien Frazier
    • POEM:
      A Thankful Heart
            by Esther Floyd
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Worthwhile Opportunities,
      In November,
      Good Words for Needlework,
      The Twelfth Anniversary,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • SHOPPING FOR NOVELTIES
            by Patience Porter
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 22, Issue #4: December 1930
Page Count: 36
COVER: Holland Knitting(M Jones)
NOTES: *

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • SHOWCASED PROJECT:
      Exquisite Quilted Gifts
            by Nettie Spoor Hanauer
    • CROCHET:
      Chair Set in Filet and Lacets, Basket of Flowers design in Color
            by Alice Gronemeyer
    • EMBROIDERY:
      New Applique Treatment for Decorative Living Room Ensemble
            by Isabel Ingraham
      Making Ready for Christmas
            by Christine Ferry, Isabel Ingraham
      Little Handmade Gifts w/ Seasonal Appeal
            by Helen Grant
      Cuddly Christmas Playmates(stuffed toys)
            by Georgia Hanley Greene
      Galaxy of Quilted Cushions
            by Wilhelmine Hachmann
      Christmas Greeting Cards That Are Unique
            by Isabel Ingraham
    • TUTORIAL:
      Making a Woven Rag Rug On a Simple Hand Loom
            by Nancy Cary
    • KNITTING:
      Smart Set for Boy
            by Flora Honey
      Helmet w/ Strap, Dainty Jacket for Baby
            by E Mabel Bigglestone
    • INTERVIEW:
      Christmas Spirit the Year Around- Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • ARTICLE(cover):
      Knitting in the Land of Dykes and Windmills
            by Florence Yoder Wilson
    • FASHION PAGES(sewing patterns for sale):
      (3)Pages of Sewing Fashions
    • FOOD FACTS FOR HOME FOLKS
      Yorkshire Pudding
      Shrimp and Pineapple Cocktail
      Orange Candied Sweets
      Christmas Filled Cookies
      Special Rolls
      Candied Apples
      Airplane Salad
      Hot Sandwich rolls
      Quick Biscuit Rolls
      Upside-Down Cake
      Caramel Fruit Upside-Down Cake
            by Miss Anne Pierce
    • POEM:
      The Voice of the Christ Child
            by Phillips Brooks
    • POEM:
      It Does Not Take Great Gifts
            by Grace Noll Crowell
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • EDITOR'S PAGE:
      Christmas Greeting of Days Gone By,
      "A Little Child Shall Lead Us",
      In the Hand and on the Air,
      Christmas in Holland,
      Answered by the Editor
            by A C Stoddard
    • THE PIECE BAG:
      "Thank You" Cards
      Tree Trims
      Brightening the Corners
      Dad Did It
      Pointed Firs
      Starry Windows
      Fairy Wings
            by Amy V Richards
    • SHOPPING FOR NOVELTIES
            by Patience Porter
    • What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out

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