Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Nov/Dec. 1995
Page Count: 35
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FEATURES
    • Fruit Cone(E)
      by Lois Winston
    • Shetland Shawl(K)
      by Carol Wyche
    • Griffin Box(P)
      by Joan Green
    • Guardian Angel(E)
      by Matthew Giese
    • Poinsettia Wreath(E)
      by Sandy Kennebeck
    • Holly Booties(S)
      by Diane Simpson
    • Counterpane Quilt(A)
      by Linda Langley
    • Ribbons and Lace(E)
      by Carole Rodgers
    • Sampler Sweater(K)
      by Diane Zangl
    • Celtic Cross(E)
      by Matthew Giese
    • Catherine the Great(S)
      by Diane Simpson
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Editor's Quill
    • Peddler's Pages
    • Resources
    • Master's Notebook
    • Fleet 'n' Fancy
    • TNS Shoppe
    • TNS Bookshelf

Magazine Title: Threadneedle Street: the magazine of timeless historic needlework
Editor(s): Carolyn M. Smyrl
Publication Frequency: Bi-Monthly
Began Publication: Sample Issue 1994???; Nov/Dec. 1995
Ended Publication: Unknown
Published by: Jerry Gentry, Inc., Gladewater, TX
Average Page Count: Unknown
Magazine Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 9"
ISSN: 1079-7327

NOTE: ALL COVER IMAGES THIS PAGE ARE PROPERTY OF
PUBLISHER, but are scanned from my private collection.

SUMMARY: I bought this issue on the strength of the cover - I'm a sucker for Barbie clothes, the fancier the better. This didn't disappoint, although in order to get a full-size pattern, they crossed the ditch and published certain pieces in pieces without clear markings as to how to put them back together again. This seems much like the venerable Pattern Club Newsletter done in a magazine size instead of digest - don't know why it didn't catch on. I've seen a sample issue from 1994 offered on e-bay, and this issue, and no others. I don't know if that means that's all there ever were, or if they are just that rare. I'd think something put out by Annie's Attic would be more common though...

Anyone with more information about this publication, or has issues to donate or sell, can contact me through My Contact Page.



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