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LIST & DESCRIPTION OF THE NUMO TRANSFER SHEETS

I haven't confirmed this information yet, but I've been told by another collector that in the 1950's, Modern Handcraft stopped mailing individual transfer sheets with each issue, and mailed an assortment of sheets as a free gift with new subscriptions. The sheets are smaller than the ones from the 1940's, becoming only 22" x 20", and are numbered 60-99. I'm going to list the ones I have below, with descriptions of what is on them to the best of my ability (I can't always identify a particular flower or design). All the sheets came with the "Important Directions" printed on them.



TRANSFER:
*60: Days of Week Bib Designs: Monday Bunny, Tuesday Kittens, Wednesday Giraffe, Thursday Lion, Friday Lamb, Saturday Duck by Pond, Sunday Chicken Family; Dogwood Blossoms, Tiger Lily, Thistle, Clover; Leaves and Seeds; Full-skirted girl with bouqet; Monogram Alphabet(large and small);

*61: Baby in Rocking Cradle Center Motif, Birds in Flowers Corner Motif, and Quilting Motif for Rock-a-Bye Baby Crib Quilt; Tiny Cross Bookmark Motifs; Long & Slim Spoonholder(wood); Large Cross for Corner and "The Lord Is My Shepherd" with Bible and Candlestic for Center of Scarf;

*62: Instructions for a Jiffy Stocking Stuffed Baby Doll; Topsy and Eva Panholders; Monogram Alphabet with (3) Square Medallions; Donkey/Elephant Party Emblem Lapel Pins(wood); Felt Cutout Weinerdog or Scotty Appliques; Cutwork Luncheon Cloth Motif;

*63: Hobby Horse Toy Instructions and Pattern; Old Fashioned Cross-stitch Tulip for Pillow Slip; Pansy Cutwork Pillow Slip Motif; Set of Seven Old Timer Tea Towels: Ewer, Bell, Grinder, Lamp, Telephone, Iron, Kettle; Cross-stitch Rooster Motif; Stole instructions and small Motifs for decorating with sequins and embroidery;

*64: (3)Cherubic Angel's Heads; Basket filled with wild roses; "Hers/His" Script; Herbs: Sweet Marjoram, Thyme, Lavender, Rosemary, Mint, Dill; Several different sizes of Butterflies(large for a Potholder); Flower/Butterfly Wreath(with "Hers" in it); Small and Large Rose/Ribbon Sprays; Cherubs Holding a Ribbon; Lady Bugs and Honey Bee; Small Alphabet Script

*65: Cornucopia Design for Luncheon Cloth; Ribbon Apron Instructions; Pheasant and Duck Designs; Deep Sea Design with Seahorse, Goldfish, Starfish; Rooster & Hen, 2 chicks Designs; (2)Evergreen designs;

*66: Monogram Alphabet made up of tiny flowers; Week Days Dishtowel Set: Anthropomorphized Coffee Pot, Sugar/Creamer, Silverware, Teapot, Cup/Saucer, Salt/Pepper, Cookie Jar; 2 Styles Slipper Patterns; "Give Us This Day" Cross-stitch Bookmark;

*67: Winnie Whale Toy with Pocket; Leprechaun and Rabbit Hand Puppets; Freddie Frog Toy for Pajama Pillow;

*68: Large Ornate Monogram Alphabet; Small Cross-stitch Monogram Alphabet; Flower Basket with Ribbon, Butterflies with Flowers and Cutwork Water Lily Pillowslip Motifs; Robin, Bluebird, Cardinal and Hummingbird Designs; "ihs" Circular Grapevine, Cross with wheat, Cross with Grapes Religious Motifs; Tiny Mouse Earrings and Pin Conversational Piece;

*69: Clown Crib Quilt with 9x12 blocks; Large Days of Week Baby Bib with small toy motifs; Small Deer, Pheasant, Quail, and Fish on a Line Motifs;

*70: "Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep" Cross-stitch Sampler; Felt Applique Christmas Tree Skirt; Pair of Flower Pot Panholders(with face substitution); Heart Tree and Flowers Cross-stitch Design for Teapot or Toaster Cozy; Apple, Peach, Cherry, Pear, Plum Fruit Designs;

*71: Le Roy Lion Stuffed Toy; Old-Fashioned Girl in Bonnet, Full Skirts with Flower Basket; (2)Rodeo Cowboys and Brand Designs; Mitten Pattern in Three Sizes

72:

73:

74: (7)Playful Donkey Tea Towels; Flowers; Tiny Bunny, bucket, birdie; Tiny French Knot Heart; Stuffed Giraffe Toy; Instructions for handknotted Cord;

75:

76:

77: Large Alphabet for Monogramming Linens; Basket of Flowers; Cut-work Design; Applique Pansy Motifs; Mexican Border Design;

*78: Nasturtiums in Slipper, Ivy in Bowl, Ferns in Teapot, Violets in Mug, Begonia in Pot with Saucer, Pansies in Strawberry Box, Geraniums in Clay Pot; "His", "Hers", and "Ours" Motifs; (2)Rose Patterns;

*79: Lazy Daisy Stitch Instructions; Scallop Luncheon Cloth with Large Tulip Motifs; Large Rose and Butterfly Motifs; Smaller Flower Motifs; Longhorn Steer Head, Rearing Horse, Western Saddle;

*80: Large Flower Script Alphabet; Boy, Girl and Schoolhouse 6" Panholders; Floral Spray for Pillow Slips; "Baby" and Lamb Bibs; Witch and Cat Halloween Motifs; Bunny Motif;

*81: Donkey Purse or Stuffed Toy; Animals and Flowers Baby Quilt: Elephant with Painted Daisy, Lion with Periwinkle, Zebra with Sunflower, Bear with Hibiscus, Monkey with Poppy, Giraffe with Morning Glory; Miscellaneous Flower Motifs;

*82: (7) Young Miss Housekeeping Chores Motifs; Large Morning Glory Motif for Luncheon Cloth; Pansy Edge for Pillow Slip(embroider or cutwork); Small Flower and Kitten Designs;

*83: (7) Snooky the Snail Motif: Bake Day, Shop Day, clean Day, Iron Day, Wash Day, Sew Day, Sunday; Small Kitten Design; Cutwork Round Rose Doily, Water Lily Design;

*84: Acorn Chair Set; Medium Flowered Script Alphabet; Kitten, bunny, Bear, Puppy Bib Motifs; 2 Flower Face Pan Holders; Mated Swans Pillowcase Motifs; Rose Motif;

85: Crib Quilt: Teddy in PJs, Bunny Digging Carrots, Kitten in Apron with "BABY" Blocks, Puppy in Dungarees pulling Duck Toy in 9x12 Blocks; Large Cross-stitch Flower Motif for Luncheon Set; Bird Dog Flushing Pheasant Picture; Miscellaneous Tiny Motifs;

*86: Days of Week Tea Towel Set: Cross-stitch Plates with Cup/Saucer, Tea Pot, Sugar Bowl, Gravy Boat, Creamer, Pitcher, Goblet; Waterlily Design; Large Orchid; Lamb(bottom right corner), Ducky, & kitten; Small Flower Basket/Vase Motifs; Round Pansy Doily Design;

87: Large Roses/Hearts on a Ribbon Design; Baby Bear with Honey Pot; Lilac Design; (4?) Stylized Flower Designs for Potholders; Cross, Wheet and Grape Designs; Butterfly Design; (2) Scallop Edges; Small Flower and Fruit Motifs;

*88: Corner Wheat Design; Cross/Wheat Design; "He Leadeth Me" Design; Rick-Rack Duck Motif for Crib Quilt; Farm Tea Towels and Square Panholder(Pennsylvania Dutch Design): Farmgirl Feeding Chickens, Farmer Toting Buckets; Piggy, Calf, Duck on Pond, Rooster on Fence, Milk Pitcher with Flowers;

89: Kittens Dishtowel Motif Set(7); Cat(head) Panholder; Flower Basket Bedroom Set; Monogram Alphabet; Chick and Bunny Child Motifs;

*90: (4)Little Juan Place Mat/Quilt Blocks Motifs; Two Large Scenic Pictures;

*91: Large Stuffed Donkey Toy; Turtle Panholders; Cross-stitch Waterlily Motif for Lunch cloth; 3 Wood Flower Boxes: Rooster, Hen, Duck; Small Stenciled Motifs for Guest Towels;

*92: (7)Colonial Kitchen Set with Days of week in Cross-stitch; Waterlily Cutwork for Vanity Set; Baby's Catch-All Bib Pattern with Ducky, Kitten or Songbird Motifs; Canning Label Outline Motifs;

*93: Catnip Mouse, Dog-Meal Bone Patterns; Flower Design for Pillow Slips; Old English Alphabet; Applique Zoo Quilt(9x9 blocks): Elephant, Camel, Lion, Monkey, Donkey, Giraffe, Bear, Balloons;

*94: (7)Planter Motifs; (4)Little Fish Motifs for Bathroom; Lazy Daisy Border; Rose and Butterfly Motifs; Scallop Edgings;

*95: Kitty in the Basket Panholder; Spring Flowers Bedroom Set; Western Motifs: Large Rodeo Cowboy on Horse, Wagon Wheel, Branding Iron, Calf, (4)Cacti, Stirrup, Horseshoes, Boots, Coffeepot on Campfire, Horse Head, Cowboy Hat, Bow and Arrows, Kerchief, Spurs, Lasso, Sixgun and Tin Star, Saddle, Lantern;

*96: Humpty Dumpty Pajama Bag; Ducks on Water Chair Set; Chef's Salad Bowl: Brown Bowl, Zucchini, Yellow Squash, Cruet, cucumber, Corn on cob, Celery with Tomato; Small Cross-stitch chickens, Kitty, and Puppy;

*97: Topsy and Eva Doll; Redbird and Bluebird Cross-stitch Motifs; Very Large Script Alphabet Decorated with Twining Flowers; Daisy Rickrack Quilt(12" blocks); Cross-stitch Train, Duck and Butterfly Motifs;

98:

99:

Volume 16/17, 1951: 12 Monthly Issues

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #4(2984): January 1951
Page Count: 80
Notes: Back to colored covers! A recipe has been cut out of my issue, and I haven't replaced it yet...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Knitted Shawl(cover)
    • Leaf Hot Dish Mat(crochet)
    • Geometric Two-Tone Scarf(crochet)
    • Salt and Starch Artist(clay):
      Mrs. Doris Ruth
      by Mrs. Dorothy M. Herr
    • 12" Violet Doily(crochet)
    • Men's Loafer Socks(knit)
    • Meet the "Apron Lady":
      Mrs. Annett Loring
      by Helen Buckley
    • Bed Doll with Pajama Pouch(crochet)
    • Crocheted 16x27 Dresser/Table Scarf with Pineapple Corners
    • Round Shell Doily(crochet)
    • Knitted Insertion
    • Knitted Lace
    • Collar or Doily Tatted 2" Edge(with Rickrack)
    • Tatting With Fine Lace and Insertion
    • 1 1/4" Crochet Edge
    • Fun and Fancy Crochet 14" Doily
    • Dressing Up Sugar Cubes
      by Ken Berglund
    • Colorful Square Pan Holder Set(crochet)
    • Loop Stitch Fringed Rug
    • Knit Blouse with Cap Sleeves(sizes 12,14,16)
    • Crochet a Smart (Lady's)Hat
    • January Boy(embroidery,quilt block)
    • That Touch of Glitter Teen Hair Ornament(3"comb,ribbon,sequins)
    • Opportunity Knocks
      classified ads
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • One Loaf of Bread
      • Muffins
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Baby Bonnets From Handkerchiefs
      by Carrie L. Crowell
      Draw String Bags
      by Mrs. Mary Kerr
      Embroidering Pictures
      by Margaret Andrews
      Bottle Cap Door Mats
      by Mrs. Eleanore Mazonkey
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Scrapbooks(by Pauline Moody)
      Recreational Hour: A Penny for Your Thoughts, Calendar Museum, Wills
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • 4523: Go-anywhere Dress with huge pockets and tie-bow(sizes 12-20)
    • 4963: Comfortable Frock-sharp collar and pocket flaps(sizes 34-50
    • 9222: Casual Dress with 3 main pattern parts(sizes 12-20)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #5(2985): February 1951
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Infant's Knitted Set(cover,6mo/1yr)
    • 3-Piece Square Multi-color Vanity Set(crochet)
    • Tatted 7-Medallion Hexagonal 13" Doily
    • New Charm for an Old Kitchen
      by Jean Blanchard
    • Golf Club Mitts(knit)
    • Cup and Saucer in Shell Stitch(crochet)
    • 7" Jar Ring Hot Pad(crochet)
    • Bleeding Hearts(flower) 6"Sq. Pan Holder(crochet)
    • 2 1/2"dia. Window Shade Pull(crochet)
    • Tulips That Never Die(cloth):
      Mrs. E.R. Colter
      by Letha Rice
    • 9" Crocheted Doily with Points
    • Popcorn Stitch Belt(crochet)
    • Hooked Rugs(4 floral block designs)
    • Valentine for Year Round Use(pincushion,crochet)
      by Mary Ellen Bellah
    • Imitation Rick-Rack Braid(crochet)
    • Nursery Spread(filet) Blocks:
      Bunny, Rooster, Deer, Squirrel, Goose, Dog, Pig, Swan, Kitten
    • Rescuing Cinderella(hints for dressing up recipes):
      Baked Apples, Gingerbread, Creamed Chipped Beef Casserole, Stuffed Peppers, Cabbage with Hollandaise Sauce, Applesauce, Bread Pudding
      by Helen S. Neal
    • February Valentine(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Child's Quick Crocheted Mittens
      by Letha Rice
    • 1" Knitted Leaf Edge
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      How to Grow African Violets
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cherry Torte(A.Gray)
      • Cherry Sauce for Torte(A.Gray)
      • Chocolate Cherry Cake(G.Lindwig)
      • Pepper Nuts(Anon)
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Novel Clothespin Bag
      by Mrs. Rex Parsons
      Nut Cups
      by Joanne Lackey
      Knitwear Mender
      by Edna B. Richards
      Sequin Jewelry Sells
      by Mrs. Herman Wagner
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Tapestries
      Recreational Hour: Best Sellers, White Elephant
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • 14W0428: Stencil Painting on Pillowcases: Daisies($1.47/pr)
    • 14W0429: Stencil Painting on Pillowcases: Roses($1.47/pr)
    • 14W0430: Stencil Painting on Pillowcases: Plain($1.39/pr)
    • 14W392: Cross-stitch Rose Pillowcase Set($1.49)
    • 14W0409: Cross-stitch Rose/Goodnight Pillowcase Set($1.47)
    • 14W0495: Birds on Branch 5-piece sheet set(98¢s)
    • 15W0497: Flower Basket 5-piece Sheet Set(98¢s)
    • 49W1601: Blue Birds Punch Needlework($1.39)
    • 49W1602: Flamingo Punch Needlework($1.59)
    • 49W1609: Kitten Punch Needlework($1.29)
    • 5W121: Smiling Flower Faces, Kit of 3(45¢s)
    • 23W795: Cowboy Boots Felt Baby Shoes(67¢s)
    • 23W770: Felt Baby Shoes(50¢s)
    • 4669: Two Child's Dresses with Yoked-neckline, sizes 2-8(25¢s)
    • 4718: Stylish Apron, Sizes 14-20(25¢s)
    • 4811: Shirtdress with Crisp Collar and Cuffs, sizes 12-20,30-42(25¢s)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #6(2986): March 1951
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Crochet a Classic Beret
    • 26" Half Knot Stitch Doily(crochet)
    • Huck Weaving Designs
    • 5/8" Loop Edge In Crochet
    • Molding Beauty On Candles: Mrs. Gilbert Brown
      by Jean B. Wettingfeld
    • Shell Stitch Flower Basket(crochet)
    • 3x3 3/4" Tatted Cross Bookmark
    • Egg Shell Tulips: Mrs. Doud Tetrick
      by Marietta McLeod
    • Tatting 1/2" Edge
    • Knitted Insertion
    • 1" Crochet Scalloped Edge
    • 14" Star Doily(crochet)
    • 7 1/2" Pekinese Dog Toy(crochet)
    • Knitted Blouse(14,16,18)
    • Dab Dishes:
      suggestions for eating left-overs
      by Mariana Prieto
    • The Junior Workbasket
      by "Cousin Betty"
    • 6 1/2x 13 3/4" Bread Tray Doily(crochet)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Nook and Cranny Gardening
      by Winona Nichols
    • With the Cooks:
      • Saint Pat's Salad(A.Anibas)
      • Prune Cake((I.Martin)
      • Easter Cup Cakes(N.Lankert)
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Dollars Grow In Her Garden
      by Norma W. Barthel
      Selling Through Beauty Parlor
      by Mrs. W.A. Tatum
      Hassocks From Cans
      by Mrs. A. Shepard
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Maple Sugar
      Recreational Hour: Scrambled Eggs
      Refreshments
    • QUILT:
      Patrick(embroidery,block)
      Double Irish Chain(pieced,applique)
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • 4680: Frock with shirred-yoke neckline and matching pouch pockets, 12-20(25¢s)
    • 4707: Slenderizing dress with eyelet yoke, easy-sew details, 34-52(25¢s)
    • 9446: Two-piece girl's dress with Bolero, 2-10(25¢s)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #7(2987): April 1951
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • 11"(without ruffle)Ruffle Doily(crochet)
    • Baby Soaker With Detachable Bib(knit)
    • Turning Pecans Into Dolls
      by Jewell Casey
    • Knitted Cloche with Roll Brim
    • Flower Girl Napkin Holder cover(crochet)
    • 8 1/2" Sunflower Knit Doily
    • Petal Tatting Lesson(Cluny)
    • Cluny Tatting Tulip Edge
    • 1 1/2" Scalloped Edge(crochet)
    • Quartet of Pan Holders(cloth):
      Chicken, Butterfly, Mitt, Round
    • They Sew For Fun
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Salad Dressing(M.Gingerich)
      • Pea Soup With Ham Balls(A.Ginther)
      • Ham Salad(R.Limestall)
      • Cheese Straws(I.Trollinger)
      • Husbands' Cake(G.Barley)
      • Cheese Fondant Icing(G.Barley)
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Cash From Crocheting
      by Mrs. H.M. Soverville
      Dressmaker For Dolls
      by Mrs. E.M. Hohlfeld
      Clothespin Table Decorations
      by Mrs. E. Pauline Stewart
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: History of Hats
      Recreational Hour: Can You Find the Hidden Birds?
      Refreshments
    • QUILT Pattern:
      Easter Boy(embroidery,block)
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • 9065: Sunsuit Ensemble, detachable skirt, Sizes 2-8(25¢s)
    • 9302: Sun-dress with brief, cool bolero, 34-48(30¢s)
    • 9336: Smooth-fitting Summer dress, 12-20,30-42(25¢s)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #8(2988): May 1951
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • 12x17 Place Mat(cover,crochet)
    • 8 1/2" Pansies Hot Dish Mat(crochet)
    • "Sweet Miss" Girl's Dress(knit, Girl's 2,3)
    • Crochet Roses for Pillow Slips
    • Stylist For Brides: Mrs. Albert Schmidt
      by Elma Waltner
    • Tatted Vanity Set Medallion
    • To Make a Magic Bow(for packages)
    • Glamorize That Old Trunk
      by Katherine Van Fleet
    • Basic Hand Stitches
    • Dressed Up Mirrors
    • The Junior Workbasket:
      Kid's Projects
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Hot Stuffed Eggs(F.Coughenour)
      • Favorite Dish for Outdoor Meals(F.Davidson)
      • Barbecued Frankfurters(E.Clark)
      • Picnic Meat Loaf(L.Mullan)
      • Frozen Strawberry Supreme(C.Boettger)
      • Strawberry Puffs(L.Combs)
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Individual Wedding Gift
      by Mrs. I.A.W. Higgins
      Business in Boleros
      by Beverly A. Angel
      Handmade Carnations
      by Mrs. Annabel F. Reid
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Mother's Party
      Recreational Hour: Rubber Band Race, What's in the Garden
      Refreshments
    • QUILT:
      Junior Rembrandt(embroidered,block)
      Baby Necktie(pieced)
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • 4652: Full Skirt Sundress with belted jacket, Teen 11-17(30¢s)
    • 4689: Comfortable Wrap-on Dress, Sizes 12-20, 40(30¢s)
    • 4788: Sleeveless Half-circle skirt, buttons shoulder to hem, Teen 10-16(30¢s)
    • V4823: Skirt/Bodice each only one piece Dress, sizes 12-20(25¢s)
    • 4930: Graduation or Party Dress, Teen 11-17(30¢s)
    • 9323: Slenderizing Frock with gored skirt and crisp revers, sizes 34-50(25¢s)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #9(2989): June 1951
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Heirloom of Today Vanity Set(crochet)
    • Armenian Lace Inspired This Luncheon Set(crochet)
    • Tea Cloth(crochet)
    • Wildflowers Bloon on Woodenware
      by Elma Waltner
    • Round Rug in Crochet
    • Table Scarf(crochet)
    • Nosegay Bedspread Block(crochet)
    • Crocheted Earrings
    • Tatted Baby Shoe
    • Tatted Flower Applique
    • Learn to Sew
    • Strawberry Picker(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Figure Faults Create Need for Alterations
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Strawberry Ice-Box Cake()
      • Strawberry Preserves()
      • Frozen Peaches and Cream()
      • Yum Yum Salad()
      • Lemon Torte()
      • Mayonnaise()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Stuffed Animals From Scraps
      by Mrs. C.J. Bielak
      Bottle Cap Hot Mats
      by Mrs. Ursula E. Vertner
      Neighborhood News Woman
      by Helen E. Kavalar
      Plastic Dresser Sets
      by Mrs. George H. Flood
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Freezing Vegetables
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #10(2990): July 1951
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Crocheted Hat with Popcorn Edge(cover)
    • Lacy Doily(crochet)
    • Dresser Scarf with Fern Trim(crochet)
    • Doll Dress in Crocheting
    • How to Make a Flower Holder that Stays "Put"
      by Ruth Plimpton
    • Chair Back(knit)
    • Make Your Own Metal Trays
      by Alice Taegel
    • Lace For a Round Centerpiece(crochet)
    • Let's Go Fishing(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Fabrics with a "Finish"
    • Various Kinds of Hems
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Fruit Ice()
      • Punch()
      • Strawberry Ice Cream()
      • To freeze Sweet corn()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Sewing Boxes From Cartons
      by Alma Ronman
      Stitching Buttonholes
      by Mrs. Eileen Mann
      Matched Kitchen Sets
      by Rose Herzog
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Freezing Fruits
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #11(2991): August 1951
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Suit Sweater(cover,knit)
    • Crocheted Blouse
    • Hand Crocheted Gloves Made to Your Measure
    • Curtain Tieback(crochet)
    • Pillow Slip Inset(crochet)
    • Creating Colorful Cravats
      by Kathryn Henry
    • Open Star Medallion Tablecloth(crochet)
    • Doily with Tatted Lace
    • Crochet Edge
    • Homeward Bound(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Various Kinds of Hems, Cont(from July)
    • Machine and Decorative Hems
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Peach Butter()
      • Pickled Peaches()
      • Sandwich Fillings()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Handkerchiefs for Collectors
      by Mary M. Milliken
      Dry Cleaners' Seamstress
      by Mrs. Elois F. Dellicker
      Cents from Scents
      by Sarah V. Fine
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Pickles and Relishes
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • QUILT:
      Pineapple(pieced)
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)
    • : (25¢s)

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 16, Issue #12(2992): September 1951
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Cardigan in Crochet(cover)
    • Baby ensemble(knit)
    • (3)Tatted Edges and Insertion
    • Textile Painting Trio
      by Betty Jane Lane
    • Sachets in Crochet(Flower Basket, Daisy, Rosebud)
    • Flower Edged Pan Holder
    • Leathercraft
    • Glossary of Terms Used in Leathercraft
    • September Miss(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Waffle Stitch Hot Plate Mat(crochet)
    • Facings(cloth)
    • Doily in Crochet- Tatting Effect
    • Knitted Rug
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Spiced Vinegar for Sour Pickles()
      • Spiced Vinegar for Sweet Pickles()
      • Open Sandwiches()
      • Deviled Eggs()
      • What Caused Poor Jelly?()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Novel Bridge Tallies, Score Pads
      by Mrs. Martha Graham
      Bouquets for Months to Come
      by Doris Clevenger
      Stenciling To Order
      by Mrs. Howard J. Stanek
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Brined or Cured Cucumbers
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • QUILT:
      (pieced)
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #1(2993): October 1951
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Cross-stitch Rug(cover)
    • Infant's 3-Piece Set(knit)
    • Flower Earrings(crochet)
    • Ruffle Doily(crochet)
    • Crepe Paper Rope Craft
      by Martha Graham
    • Corner Edging(crochet)
    • Terry cloth Laundry Bag(with crochet)
    • Versatile Medallion(crochet)
    • Handkerchief Edge(tatting)
    • Leathercraft Cont.:
      Bookmark, Eyeglass Case
    • Autumn Queen(embroidery,quilt block)
    • To Bind WORKBASKET
    • Apple Granny Dolls
      by Seletha A. Brown
    • Square Doily(crochet)
    • Various Kinds of Edge Finishes(cloth)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Sweet Potato Pudding()
      • Apple Cup Cakes()
      • Harvest Punch()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Storks for Showers
      by Mrs. W.H. Young
      Cash for Names
      by Eula Owsley
      Adding Life to Shirts
      by Morna Eastridge
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Christmas Party in October
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #2(2994): November 1951
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Place Mat(crochet)
    • Tatted Butterfly
    • Crocheted Rug
    • Mile a Minute Edge(crochet)
    • Money in Mittens
      by Kay Bowe
    • Knitted Doily with Pointed Edge
    • Bitty Bears(stuffed cloth toy)
      by Ruth H. Laughlin
    • Pillowcase Insertion(crochet)
    • Hot Pan Holder(crochet)
    • How To Crochet
    • Fashioning Felt Earrings
      by Martha Graham
    • Leaf Doily(crochet)
    • Thanksgiving Miss(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Stove Pads With Glamour
      by Edith Lang
    • Take Pride In Your Darning
      by Florence S. Stauffer
    • Yoke or Collar in Tatting
    • Tatting Combining Two Pieces of Insertion
    • Snowflake Doily
    • "Varsity" Beanie in Corchet
    • Cute Lapel Pins of Felt
    • Double Shell Insertion(crochet)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Turkey Roll()
      • Date Gems()
      • Gingerbread Muffins()
      • Orange Cake()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Leather Covered Memo Pads
      by Mrs. Dorothy Shackelford
      Handmade Neckties
      by Bertha Weeks
      Gift Boxes from Greeting Cards
      by Henrietta Poschen
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Book Reviews
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #3(2995): December 1951
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Flower Edge(cover,tatting)
    • Cloverleaf Scallop Edge(cover,tatting)
    • Christmas Tree Scarf(filet)
    • Round Doily(crochet)
    • "Choo Choo Train" Place Mat(knit)
    • Toys For the Cradle Crowd
      by Paula Seidel
    • Christmas Card Designs
    • Woven Ribbon Baby Carriage Cover
    • Paper Plate Holders
    • Puppet Gloves(cloth)
    • Tree Pan Holder(crochet)
    • Colorful Luncheon Mats(crochet)
    • How To For the Left-Handed Crocheter
    • Woven Bells
    • 'Tis Christmas Time(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Applesauce Cake()
      • Date Roll()
      • Party Christmas Tree()
      • Christmas Wreath Salad()
      • Chocolate Fudge()
      • Snow Balls()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Plastic Sunshade Favors
      by Mrs. Myrtle MacNeill
      Oil Can Waste Baskets
      by Mrs. Starr Angell
      Bird Lapel Pins
      by Mary M. Milliken
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Christmas Bells(by Pauline Moody)
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17/18, 1952: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 17, Issue #4(2996): January 1952
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Place Mat(cover,crochet)
    • Handkerchief Trim(tatting)
    • Iris and Cross Doily(crochet)
    • Two-color Knitted Mat
    • Cardigan in Crochet(child's)
    • Pansy Pan HOlder(crochet)
    • Make Your Rugs(hooked)
    • Sandals in Crochet
    • Wee Hats From Big Ones
      by Martha Graham
    • Tatted Doily
    • Dresser Scarf with Butterfly Trim(crochet)
    • Some Knitting Tips
    • Stitching Names On Shirts
      by Jennie A. Russ
    • Knitting For Tots
      by Kay Bowe
    • Crocheted Insertion For Baby
    • Filet Corner Handkerchief Trim
    • Hemstitching
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Beef Grades According to US Standards()
      • Beef Stew()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Tiny Lapel Pin Hats
      by Mrs. Agatha Clark
      Aprons from Handkerchiefs
      by Mrs. T.J. Hubbard
      Soliciting New Parents
      by Mrs. Evelyn Johnson
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: How To Make Money
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #5(2997): February 1952
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Child's Knitted Jacket(cover)
    • 2.5" Sq. Medallion for Tatted Tablecloth
    • Tatted Heart Insert
    • Flower and Scallop Edging(crochet)
    • Textile Printing the Batik Way
    • Baby Bootee(crochet,knit)
    • Flower Basket Pan Holder(crochet)
    • Grow Ming Trees
    • Luncheon Set(crochet)
    • Heart Earrings(tatting)
    • Lacy Leaf Doily(crochet)
    • Pillowcases With Boy Appeal
      by Edith Lang
    • Tailored-to-Measure Lingerie Boxes
      by Mrs. James e. Pence
    • Puff Stitch Hot Plate Mat(crochet)
    • Valentine Book Mark(felt)
    • Tatted Edge
    • Sunflower Chair Set(filet)
    • Clown Bean Bag(cloth)
    • Snowball Buffet Set(crochet???)
    • Knitted Leaf Lace
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Baked Corn a la Southern()
      • Cherry Pudding()
      • Filling()
      • Cherry Nut Cake()
      • Date Apricot Bread()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Cigar Box Treasure Chests
      by Mrs. Doris Haas
      Print Bonnets from Scraps
      by Margaret G. McAlister
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: St. Valentine's Day
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #6(2998): March 1952
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Knitted Doily(cover)
    • Sunflower Pan Holder(crochet)
    • Make Bluebell Sachet(crochet)
    • Tatted Edge
    • Infant's Cardigan(crochet)
    • Versatile Shamrock(crochet)
    • Bookmark(crochet)
    • Green Thumb Garden Gloves(knit)
      by Edna B. Richards
    • Block Printing the Easy Way
      by Dorothy M. Herr
    • Ducky Lawn Ornaments
    • Shell Stitch Doily(crochet)
    • Shamrock Pin Cushion(felt)
    • Bound Buttonholes
    • Chair Sets Made of Monk's cloth
    • Four Square Tatted Medallion
    • Forget-Me-Not Edge(crochet)
    • Crocheted Handkerchief Edging
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Divinity()
      • Apple Rolls()
      • Baked Eggplant()
      • Baked Ham Slice()
      • Extra Good Scalloped Potatoes()
      • Home Baked Beans()
      • Stuffed Hot Dogs()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Decorated Marshmallows
      by Mrs. Lois A. Everett
      Luggage Covers
      by Annamese Rempejah
      State of the Union Aprons
      by Lyra Atkins
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: St. Patrick's Day
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #7(2999): April 1952
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Knit Blouse(cover)
    • Child's Cardigan and Sun Suit
    • Make a Lamb Candle
    • Dressed Up Window Shades
      by Jeannette Sahlein
    • Bunny Pan Holder(crochet)
    • Clover Edge(tatting)
    • Fabric Purse
    • Butterfly Pin Cushion(felt)
    • Easter Party Favors
    • Newspaper Mache
      by Beth Bailey
    • Crocheted Lantern Bag
    • Elephant Bookmark(felt)
    • Pockets for every purpose(cloth)
    • Initials in Crochet
    • Lace Edge Doily(crochet)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Sunshine Pie()
      • Use for Leftover Egg Whites()
      • Creamed Eggs and Dried Beef on Toast()
      • Eggs with Mushrooms and Peas()
      • Poached Eggs with Deviled Ham()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Window Sill Parsley
      by Mrs. L.J. Harris
      Chairs That Hold Pins
      by Mrs. R. Bennett
      Inexpensive Napkin Rings
      by Mrs. Isabel F. Weddon
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Easter Egg Traditions
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #8(3900): May 1952
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Star Flower Doily in Crochet(cover)
    • Colonial Lady Pillow Slip Design(knit,embroidery)
    • Turning Buttons into Earrings
      by Beulah B. Richell
    • Rose Scarf(crochet)
    • Baby's Shoulderette(crochet)
    • Powder-Puff Top in Crochet
    • Small Square Motif in Tatting
    • Cluster Earrings in Tatting
    • Vanity Set(crochet)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Molasses cookies()
      • Pineapple Cookies()
      • Orange Frosting()
      • Uncooked Icing()
      • Carmel Frosting()
      • Egg Basket Salad()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Happy Hat Cakes
      by Mrs. Selma Schlafman
      Hand Painted shakers
      by Frances J. Steig
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Study the Stars
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #9(3901): June 1952
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Lacy Scallop Doily(crochet)
    • Knitted Point Insertion and Edging
    • Blue Flower Doily(crochet)
    • Bleeding Heart Edge(crochet)
    • Spoke Pan Holder(crochet)
    • Here's That Sunbonnet(cloth)
    • Nylon Corsages
    • Crocheted Medallion
    • Tatted Earrings
    • Rose Vanity Set(crochet)
    • Embroidery Stitches
    • Tatted Medallion
    • Salvaging Useless Linens
      by Doris P. Wilson
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Hints on Strawberries()
      • Strawberry Jam()
      • Frozen Treat()
      • Freezing Strawberries()
      • Rhubarb Crisp()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Hand Dressed Dolls
      by Rose Koni
      Money from Mitts
      by Mrs. Ernest Brown
      Dishes Filled With Jelly
      by Mrs. Sarah D. DeLoach
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Block Printing
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #10(3902): July 1952
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Knit Cover-Up Bolero(cover)
    • Make Your Own Shoebag(cloth)
      by Carol Hartley
    • Infant's Sweater and Hat(crochet)
    • Place Mat in Filet
    • Round Tatted Motif
    • L'Opera Bedspread(crochet)
    • Eastern Star Emblem(crochet)
    • Cast Your own Figurines
      by Mary McCourt Anderson
    • Bazaar Boosters:
      Chenille Monkeys
      by Doris P. Wilson
    • Chenille Monkeys
    • Summer Belts(crochet)
    • Cutting Curves
      by Ruth H. Laughlin
    • Scallop Fan Doily(crochet)
    • Rose Petal Sachet(crochet)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Hints on Vegetables()
      • Honey Glazed Carrots()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Waste Baskets from Cast Offs
      by Louise Rogers
      Laundry Bag Set
      by Mrs. Mary Granzin
      Bronzing Baby Shoes
      by Mrs. Roberta West
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Fashion Through the Years
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #11(3903): August 1952
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Crochet Rug in Cluster Stitch(cover)
    • Mother Daughter Hats(crochet)
    • Knitted Collar
    • Laundry Bags(cloth)
    • Rubber ring Hot Plate Mat(crochet)
    • Ruffled Shell Doily and Basket(crochet)
    • Infant's Thumbless Mittens(crochet)
    • Square Motif Doily(crochet)
    • New Uses for Old Buttons
      by Jewell Casey
    • Hand Knits for Gifts and Sale
      by Kay Bowe
    • Diagonal Band and Cross Edging(filet)
    • "Liberty Tree" Shell Tablecloth(crochet)
    • Pointed Edging(crochet)
    • Decorative Embroidery Stitches
    • Helpful Sewing Hints
    • "Plaid" Knowledge
    • Look Pretty...For Practically Nothing!
      by Geneva Worthington Halladay
    • Diamond Shaped Motif(crochet)
    • Lilac Doily(tatting)
    • Fleur de Lis Chair Set(filet)
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Corn Relish()
      • Tomato Catsup()
      • Chili Sauce()
      • Can Tomatoes for Salads()
      • Bread and Butter Pickles()
      • Home Canning, Part I()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Felt Novelties
      by Mrs. A.W. Crossman
      Colorful String Holder
      by Merle Lomker
      Beaded Head Bands
      by Robbie Jean Conley
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Come to the Fair
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • QUILT:
      Biscuit(pieced)
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 17, Issue #12(3904): September 1952
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • IN THIS ISSUE:
    • Hat in Crochet(cover)
    • Half Flower Edge and Insertion(tatting)
    • Children's Butterfly Coin Purse(felt)
    • Knitted Pineapple Doily
    • Colonial girl Handkerchief Corner(crochet)
    • Huck Weaving Designs
    • Scallop Fan Edge(crochet)
    • Spider-Web Filet Mat
    • Head Scarf in Knot Stitch(crochet)
    • Scallop Ruffle Baby Set(crochet)
    • Household Hints
    • Dutch Bulbs
      by C.L. Quear
    • Storing Garden Crops
    • Home Fertilizer Program for Fall
      by D.C. Kiplinger
    • Darn That Hole
      by Ruth K. Kent
    • Shoulder and Sleeve Techniques(cloth)
    • Sachet in Crochet
    • Obesity Can Be Avoided
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Basket of Books
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • With the Cooks:
      • Home Canned Chicken()
      • Green Tomato Pickles()
      • Dill Pickles()
      • 1-2-3-4 Conserve()
      • Jelly Making()
      • Home Canning, Part II()
      • Spiced Crab Apples()
      • Quick Relish for Meats()
      • Green Tomato Relish()
      • Peach Marmalade()
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      hand-Painted Salad Sets
      by Florence Kysor
      Quilt Blocks for Babies
      by Edna Stout
      Towels for Tots
      by Mary M. Milliken
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: All About Buttons
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • No QUILT Pattern
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
    • : (25¢s)
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Volume 18, Issue #1: October 1952
Page Count: 80
Notes: This is the first issue that a Table of Contents is provided, listing the (new?)editor, Mary Ida Mayhew - she goes back to Sullivan again fairly quickly

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • 11 Point Shell Doily
    • Golden Crown Place Mat
    • Rose Corner Motif
    • Loop Stitch Hat
    • Crochet Baby Set
    • Pineapple Mitts
  • To Knit:
    • Pullover Sweater(cover)
  • To Tat:
    • Coffee Table Doily
  • Special Articles:
    • Invisible(knitting) Stitches:
      Grafting Stockinette Stitch
      Grafting Garter Stitch
      by Edna B. Richards
    • Salvaging Father's Old Shirts
      by Edith Lang
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Terry Cloth Puppies
      by Mary Olive Mertz
      Sandwiches for Hostesses
      by Providencia C. Acosta
      Converted Lamps
      by Annie A. Hunter
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Ways With Peanuts
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Peanut Butter cookies()
      • Salted Peanut Cake()
      • Peanut Butter Crunch Frosting()
      • Bacon Rolled in Peanut Butter()
      • Nut Stuffing()
      • Fruit Cakes()
      • Apricot Glaze()
      • Pumpkin Cookies()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Get Your Garden Ready for Winter
      How to Dry Strawflowers by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Sleeves, Armholes, Pt. 2
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 18, Issue #2: November 1952
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Radiant Lace Place Mat(cover)
    • Forget-Me-Not Pan Holder
    • Filet Mat
    • Snow Man Ear Muffs
    • Hot Water Bottle Cozy
  • To Knit:
    • Checkerboard Knitted Bag
    • Knitted Cord(using Wood Spool)
    • Man's Sleeveless Pullover
  • To Tat:
    • Buffet Set
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Christmas Tree Ornaments:
      Angel dolls, Angel Faces, Bluebell Elf, Powder Puff Cherub, Bell
  • Special Articles:
    • New Rugs from Old Nylons
      by Madena Chisolm
    • Easy-to-Make Christmas Cards
      by Martha Graham
    • Tips for Tying Christmas Packages
      by Kay Bowe
    • Colorful Fireplace Mittens(cloth)
      by Carol Hartley
    • Sew-Easy Party Baskets(cloth)
      by Ida Pardue
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Colorful Pots of Flowers
      by Mrs. F.M. Vinson
      A Business from Fudge
      by Dorothy Glenn
      Hats and Bags in School colors
      by Mrs. Annie Hunter
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Appreciating Aprons
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Some common Cooking terms()
      • Basic Seven Food Groups()
      • Applesauce Refrigerator Cookies()
      • Cranberry Sauce()
      • Christmas Tree Salad()
      • Food Hints()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Ways With African Violets
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Needlework Section:
      How To Knit, Part 1
    • In the Future...
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 18, Issue #3: December 1952
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Heirloom Doily(cover)
    • Man's Tie
    • Points and Squares Edge
    • Earmuffs in Crochet
  • To Knit:
    • Round Knitted Rug
  • To Tat:
    • Wild Rose Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Poinsettia in Felt
    • Festive Candles
    • Angel Wall Plaque
  • Special Articles:
    • Christmas Tree Decorations:
      Pinecones, Walnut Shells
      by Dot Krieger
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Cotton Baby Sandals
      by Mrs. John R. Olson
      Plaques for Kitchens
      by Mrs. Earl Fritsche
      Baby Supply Containers
      by Mrs. Ray Welling
      Winter Terrariums
      by Mrs. Lamar Howe
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: The Christmas Wreath
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Christmas Cookies()
      • Plain Rolled cookie Dough()
      • Bran Nut Bread()
      • Cranberry Relish()
      • How to Carve a Turkey()
      • Orange Glazed Walnuts()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Ways With African Violets, Part II
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Needlework Section:
      How To Knit, Part II
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 18/19, 1953: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 18, Issue #4: January 1953
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Diamond Tablecloth(cover)
    • Belt with Purse Attached
    • Wall Sampler
    • Beaded Evening Bag
    • Curtain Tie Backs
    • Cap with Tassel
    • Bread Tray Doily(filet)
  • To Knit:
    • Men's Classic Socks
    • Swirl Knitted Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Beaded Flower Earring
    • Butterfly Doily
  • Special Articles:
    • Concerning Cork Craft
      by Martha Graham
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Liners for Baby Baskets
      by Mrs. Faye E. Calnon
      Little Coats from Big Ones
      by Miss Mildred S. Wiltse
      Covers for Umbrellas
      by Florence E. Alley
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Learning About Lace
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Better Breakfasts!()
      • Baked Eggs()
      • Creamy Scrambled Eggs()
      • Omelet()
      • Half 'n Half Pancakes()
      • Delicious Bran Muffins()
      • Barbecue Hamburgers()
      • Smothered Pork Chops()
      • Popcorn Balls()
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      Keeping Your Poinsettia
      A Rose For Every Purpose
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Fabric Texture Interest
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 18, Issue #5: February 1953
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Rose and Pineapple Doily(cover)
    • Light and Airy as a Fairy(dainty hat)
    • Fans and Rings Mat
    • Infant's Bootee
    • Table Mat
  • To Knit:
    • Golf Club Mitts
  • To Tat:
    • Ruffle Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Child's Coin Purse(cloth)
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Earrings From Nylons
      by Mrs. William D. Pattison
      Gloves for Dusting
      by Mary Shroeder
      Canned Geraniums
      by Louise Sutton
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Emphasizing Felt
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cauliflower Scallop Casserole()
      • Sausage-Topped Spaghetti()
      • Baked Chicken Puff()
      • Western Casserole()
      • Angel Strawberry Cake()
      • Cherry Sauce()
      • Cranberry Sherbet()
      • Strawberry Tarts()
      • Apple Crisp()
      • Delicious Carrot Cookies()
      • Banana Oatmeal Cookies()
      • Creole Green Beans()
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      How to Start Seeds
      Special Forum on Begonias
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Decorative Embroidery Stitches
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 18, Issue #6: March 1953
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Fluffy Ruffles Handkerchief Edge
    • Dogwood Blossom Chair Set
    • Hat in Crochet
    • Knit Effect Crocheted Stole
  • To Knit:
    • Drop Stitch Blouse(cover)
  • To Tat:
    • Tatted Cross
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Easter Coinettes(felt)
    • Chick Egg Cozy(felt)
    • Spring Tonic for Your Lawn
      by C.B. Mills
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Community Correspondent
      by Mrs. Don C. Harvey
      Key Chain Dolls
      by Jean V. Brady
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: In the Looking Glass
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Miracle Icing()
      • Minute Boil Fudge Icing()
      • Banana Cake()
      • Cake Filling()
      • Pineapple Cake
      • Marshmallow Delight Frosting()
      • Penuche Icing()
      • Cake Making()
      • Miracle Cake()
      • Tuna Bake()
      • Haddock in Savory Sauce()
      • Baked Eggs in Cheese Sauce()
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Decorative Embroidery Stitches
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 18, Issue #7: April 1953
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Sugar 'n Creamer Pan Holder
    • Rose Doily
    • Table Mat
    • Flower Doily
    • Spider Web Lace
  • To Knit:
    • Wheel of Fortune Doily(cover)
    • Pointed Lace and Insertion
  • To Tat:
    • (3)Handkerchief Edges
    • Tricky Tatted Earrings
  • Special Articles:
    • A Case for a Collector
      by Martha MacFarlane
    • Soap and Starch "Engravings"
      by Dorothy Alexander
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Birthday Place Mats
      by Mrs. J. Gordon Cooper
      Extra Money from Extra Plants
      by Mrs. William Falleaf
      New colors for Old Shoes
      by Mrs. Vaughn Cossman
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: The Good Old Days
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Creamy Chocolate Icing()
      • Banana Fluff Frosting()
      • Meat Balls()
      • Butter Cream Frosting()
      • Food Hints()
      • Wheaty Hot Cross Buns()
      • Crunchy Top Coffee Cake()
      • Sugar Filled Biscuits()
      • Sour Cream Buns()
      • Foods in Foil()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Building of a Strawberry Barrel
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Invisible Weaving
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 18, Issue #8: May 1953
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Lacy Star Doily
    • Rooster in Crochet(applique)
    • Hairpin Lace with Crochet
  • To Knit:
    • Star Hot Dish Mat
    • Lace and Insertion
  • To Tat:
    • Snowflake Doily
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Tinting Photographs
      by Barbara Kosmoski
      Berry Box Bassinets
      by Mrs. G.C. Ireland
      Decorated Jars of Jelly
      by Mrs. Clayton Thomas
    • Aunt Ellen's Club Notes:
      What Clubs Are Doing
      Program suggestion: Tree Travelogue
      Recreational Hour
      Refreshments
    • With the Cooks:
      • Frozen Fruit Salad()
      • Strawberry Whip()
      • Punch Recipe()
      • Caramel Bananas()
      • Pressure Cooker()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Good Soil
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Smocking
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 18, Issue #9: June 1953
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Hat in Crochet(cover)
    • "Parquet" Afghan
    • Stole in Crochet
    • Table Doily "Hanging Gardens"
    • Rose Filet Scarf
    • Scallop Fan Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Knitted Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Pansy Doily
  • Special Articles:
    • China Painting
      by Nettie E. Pillet
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Hankies for Dog Lovers
      by Sylvia Pridham
      Feathered Stationery
      by Lillie D. Dunn
      Hand Painted Aprons
      by Mrs. Ted G. Wilson, Sr.
    • With the Cooks:
      • Canning Produce()
      • Freezing Produce()
      • Bread Crumb-Almond Dressing()
      • Stuffed Beet Salad()
      • Corn Saute()
      • Vegetable Combinations()
      • Glazed Carrots()
      • Broccoli with Cheese 'n Chicken()
      • Tangy Meatball Sauce()
    • Flower and Garden Forum
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Huck Weaving Designs
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 18, Issue #10: July 1953
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Rose Doily(cover)
    • Unusual Luncheon Set
    • Diamond Doily
    • Baby Set in Pleat Effect
    • Belt in Crochet
    • Rompers
    • Flower Corner for Handkerchief
    • Seaman's Cobweb Tablecloth
  • To Knit:
    • Sleeveless Print Blouse
  • To Tat:
    • Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Making Pictures With Felt
  • Special Articles:
    • Winning Tips for Fair Exhibitors
      by Gertrude Springer
    • China Painting, Part II
      by Nettie E. Pillet
    • Shadow Boxes from Cigar Boxes
      by Ruth K. Kent
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Footstools From Cans
      by Mrs. V.M. Dryden
      Colorful Cooky Jars
      by Mrs. Ronald Reese
      Feeding the Public
      by Mrs. M.F. Leech
      Decorated STring Gloves
      by Gracie Mae Ragon
    • With the Cooks:
      • Amber Marmalade()
      • Spiced Tomatoes()
      • Sweet Dill Pickles()
      • Beet Relish()
      • Cheese Dip for Potato Chips()
      • Freezing Fruit()
      • Canning Fruit()
      • Fruit Sundae Cake()
      • Lemon Chiffon Pie()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Making War on Insects
      Iris the Year Round
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Italian Hemstitching
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 18, Issue #11: August 1953
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Doilies in Three Sizes(cover)
    • Ruffled Dish Cloth
    • Daisy Doily
    • Place Mat in Filet
    • Pineapple Doily
  • To Knit:
    • Tote Bag
  • To Tat:
    • Christening Bonnet
    • Round Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Pictures From Felt
  • Special Articles:
    • New Use for Old Jars
      by Gertrude Springer
    • Pin Money in Pin Cushions
      by Dorothy M. Herr
    • Try These Flower Arrangements
      by Jeanette Swanson
    • China Painting, Part III
      by Nettie E. Pillet
    • Revive Old Bedspread Beauty
      by Ruth E. Whitmah
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Placecard Profits
      by Mrs. Maynard Graham
      Selling Household Hints
      by Mrs. H. Everett
      Aprons for Tots
      by Elizabeth Pingree
    • With the Cooks:
      • Friday Special()
      • Candied Squash Rings()
      • Stuffed Peppers()
      • Jelly Frosting()
      • Colorado Autumn Relish()
      • Jiffy Ketchup()
      • Corn Casserole()
      • Prize Winning Jellies and Jams()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Ways of Watering
      It It's Poison Ivy
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Sewing Section:
      Braided Rugs
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 18, Issue #12: September 1953
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Horn of Plenty Hot Pad
    • Scuffs in Crochet
    • Stole with Sequin Trim
    • Combine Rickrack and Crochet
    • Fish Soap Holder
    • Crocheted Hot Pad Mitts
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's Knitted Cardigan(cover)
  • To Tat:
    • Rose Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Bean Bag Clown
  • Special Articles:
    • China Painting, Part IV
      by Nettie E. Pillet
    • Dried Milk Weed and Teasel Arrangements
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Bow Ties for Men
      by Mrs. Henry J. Meyer
      Suspenders for girls
      by Mrs. C.J. Bielak
    • With the Cooks:
      • Indian Relish()
      • Cauliflower Pickles()
      • Stuffed Hamburger()
      • Stuffing()
      • Sweet Potatoes with Peanuts()
      • Ham Balls()
      • Pickling Time()
      • Cucumber Dills()
      • Tomato Relish()
      • Broiler Meats()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Something Different in Bulbs
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Needlework Section:
      Hook a Rug
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 19, Issue #1: October 1953
Page Count: 96!
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Round Tablecloth(cover)
    • Pinwheel Panholder
    • Clothilde Lace
    • Round Chair Seat
    • Hairpin Lace Edge
    • Luncheon Set
  • To Knit:
    • Scallop Baby Ensemble
    • Man's Scarf and Gloves
  • To Tat:
    • Snowflake Doily
    • Open Circle Edge and Insertion
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Washcloth Doll
  • Special Articles:
    • Shellcraft in a Trailer
      by Martha Graham
    • Afraid to Tailor?
    • Try Painting Tiles
      by Sarah Denberg
    • Flowers That Bloom All Year
      by Mrs. Ruth W. Snow
    • Aids to Crochet Artists
      by Greta G. Carroll
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Handy Vanity Purses
      by Mrs. C.L. Daley
      Sock Lapel Pins
      by Edna B. Richards
      Beaded Blouses
      by Mrs. Sara E. Quinn
    • With the Cooks:
      • Vanilla Wafers()
      • Top o' Stove Beans()
      • Orange Glazed Yams()
      • Apple Syrup()
      • Chicken Loaf()
      • Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies()
      • Continental Pot Roast()
      • Pork Chops and Noodles()
      • Beef Stroganoff()
      • Barbecued Spareribs()
      • Barbecue Sauce()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      How to Make a Basement Window Greenhouse
      Feeding the Birds
      How to Handle Gourds
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Needlework Section:
      Huck Weaving Designs
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 19, Issue #2: November 1953
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pan Holders with Matching Shelving
    • Poppy in Crochet
    • Three Piece Baby Ensemble
    • Square Chair Set
  • To Knit:
    • Stocking Cap(cover)
  • To Tat:
    • Lacy Circle Doily
    • Table Scarf
  • Miscellaneous:
    • How to Make (origami)Stars
    • A Shower Gift for Baby
      by Ruth H. Laughlin
    • Homegrown Corsages
      by Marianna Prieto
    • Orange and Apple Pomanders
      by Ruth K. Kent
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Hangers With Glamor
      by Mrs. William L. Jones, Jr.
      Cobbler's Aprons for Tots
      by Rosalie W. Doss
    • With the Cooks:
      • Fruited Slaw()
      • Holiday Fruit Salad()
      • Pear Honey()
      • Apple Goody()
      • Cranberry Salad()
      • Rice Stuffed Peppers()
      • Oven Cooked Carrots()
      • Cauliflower in Almond Butter Sauce()
      • Baked Squash a la King()
      • Celery Victor()
      • Apple Torte()
      • Butterscotch Apple Pudding()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Houseplant Notebook
      Bulbs for Forcing
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Needlework Section:
      Needlepoint
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 19, Issue #3: December 1953
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Rose and Filet Extravaganzas
    • Glass Mitts
    • Knit Stitch Cap with Pom Pons
    • Dust Mitt
  • To Tat:
    • Eastern Star Motif
    • Daisy Chain Tatted Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Colorful Christmas Panholders
  • Special Articles:
    • Fundamentals of Pottery Making
      by Nettie E. Pillet
    • Fireplace Fire Colors
    • Picture Craft
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Coffee Mug Planters
      by Helen Krause
      Kerchiefs With Charms
      by Mrs. Victoria Roberts
      Toys for Cats
      by Mrs. I. Love
    • With the Cooks:
      • Pilgrim Corn()
      • Vegetable Beef Cakes()
      • American Plum Pudding()
      • Frosted Apples()
      • Your Holiday Bird()
      • Apricot Rice Stuffing()
      • Molded Lime Salad()
      • Spicy Tomato Juice Appetizer()
      • Pumpkin Chiffon Pie()
      • Cereal Crust()
      • Cranberry PUnch()
      • Cranberry Cookies()
      • Cranberry Sauce()
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Special Forum on Christmas Cactus
      Houseplant Notebook
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 19/20, 1954: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 19, Issue #4: January 1954
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pansy Circle Doily(cover)
    • Rose and Filet Extravaganza Scarf
    • Curtain Tie-Backs
    • Stole in Crochet
    • Pillow Slip Insert
  • To Knit:
    • Stay-on Bootees
  • To Tat:
    • Cross Bookmark
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Miss U.S.A.(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Turtle Pin Cushion(cloth)
  • Special Articles:
    • Fundamentals of Pottery Making, Part II
      by Nettie E. Pillet
    • Greenery for Winter Beauty
      by Jewell Casey
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Crunchy Confection
      by Kaye Manners
      Sudsy Soap Saver
      by Nann Gurnee
      Bags for Small Travelers
      by Lorraine Emerson
    • With the Cooks:
      • Chili Con Carne
      • Elegant Hash
      • Fried Rice
      • Raisin Pie
      • Bohemian Crullers
      • Pork Chop Casserole
      • Corned Beed Dinner
      • Chicken Pie
      • Crispy Apricot Dessert
      • Supper Casserole
      • Chili Mae
      • Tangy Green Beans
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Houseplant Notebook
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 19, Issue #5: February 1954
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Place Mat
    • Top Knot Turban
    • Bootees and Tam
    • Spiderweb Lace
  • To Knit:
    • Sweater with Bead Trim(cover)
    • Diamond Lace
    • Child's Sweater(skaters)
  • To Tat:
    • Earrings
    • Narrow Edging
    • Flower Medallion
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Children's Purse(felt)
    • Miss Mexico(embroidery,quilt block)
  • Special Articles:
    • Let's Make a Valentine
      by Martha Graham
    • Beading Beautifies
      by Anne Woodcock
    • Data on Dyeing
      by Sarah V. Fine
    • Fundamentals of Pottery, Part III
      by Nettie E. Pillet
    • Sewing Bag from Christmas Cards
      by Martha Graham
    • Dish Towels that Encourage Helpers
      by Martha MacFarlane
    • Crazy Quilt Bibs
      by Ruth E. Whitnah
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Washcloth Kittens
      by Genevieve U. Young
      Finger Tip Towels
      by Mrs. Bertha W. Graham
      Peanut People
      by Mrs. A.E. Hedrick
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cherry Snowballs
      • Cottage Cheese Tartlets
      • Mushroom Noodles
      • Bing Cherry Salad
      • Plain Pastry(pies)
      • Meringue
      • Raisin Cream Pie
      • Pecan Pie Deluxe
      • Crumb Crust
      • Cherry Pie
      • Lemon Party Pie
      • 10-Minute Vegatable Soup
      • Navy Bean Soup
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Why Not Have a Greenhouse?
      Pruning
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 19, Issue #6: March 1954
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Collar in Crochet
    • Hairpin Lace Shoulder Wrap
    • Crocheted Vest
    • Cloche
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's Slipover Sweater(cover)
    • "Thru the Trellis" Doily
    • Knit Pan Holder
  • To Tat:
    • Flower Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Gay Felt Book Marks
    • Miss India(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Flip Flop, the Frog
  • Special Articles:
    • Plaster Picture Plaques
      by Evelyn Fisher
    • Free-Hand Textile Painting is Fun
      by Iris M. Clary
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      I Sell Sage
      by Sophia Hosier
      Variegated Wash cloths
      by Dorothy M. Mead
      Personalized Stencils
      by Imogene Lewis
    • With the Cooks:
      • Tomato Casserole
      • Shamrock Cookies
      • Maple Sugar Pie
      • Fish Pie
      • Tuna Shortcake Roll
      • Salmon Loaf
      • Cheese Sauce
      • Stuffed Eggs With Cheese Sauce
      • Crispy-coat Baked Eggs
      • Baked Perch
      • Rhubarb Betty
      • Rhubarb Frappé
      • Rhubarb Pie
      • Rhubarb Punch
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Try These Herbs
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 19, Issue #7: April 1954
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Geometric Star and Pineapple(cover)
    • Spiderweb Chair Set
  • To Knit:
    • Dish Cloth and Panholder
  • To Tat:
    • Tatted Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Lampshade in Yarn
    • Dutch Boy(embroidery,quilt block)
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Pebbles On Pots
      by Mrs. Jesse Kumm
      Aprons for Children
      by Mrs. Arthur Manny
    • With the Cooks:
      • Riced Liver
      • Fresh Rhubarb Betty
      • Pimento Spread
      • Chocolate Cream Frosting
      • Fudge Icing
      • Party Pies in Chocolate Shells
      • Chocolate Upside Down Pudding
      • Chocolate Bread Pudding
      • Chocolate Drop Cookies
      • Basic Chocolate Cake
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 19, Issue #8: May 1954
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pineapple Doily
    • Buffet Scarf
  • To Knit:
    • Zig Zag Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Star Doily(cover)
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving Designs
    • Swiss Boy(embroidery,quilt block)
  • Special Articles:
    • Make a Money plant
      by Martha Graham
    • Felt Craft Map Picture
      by Doris P. Wilson
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Tots' Picture Books
      by Beryl Corkill
      Pomanders Pay
      by Alice K. Wescott
      Costumes for Dancers
      by Vera Lund Praast
    • With the Cooks:
      • Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream
      • Rhubarb Strawberry Meringue
      • Brocolli Souffle
      • Pennsylvania Dutch Dressing
      • Creole Wieners
      • Creamy Strawberry Pie in Corn Flake Crust
      • Old-Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake
      • Strawberry-Pineapple Jam
      • Jiffy Cake Topping
      • Strawberry-Rhubarb Conserve
      • Strawberry Tapioca Pudding
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      New Versions of Old Favorites
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 19, Issue #9: June 1954
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Place Mat(cover)
    • Doilies in Three Sizes
    • Apron in Crochet
  • To Knit:
    • Lace with Fagot Points
  • To Tat:
    • Centerpiece
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Trumpet Vine Cases(felt)
    • Greek Boy(embroidery,quilt block)
  • Special Articles:
    • Earrings from Lace Trimmed Buttons
      by Martha Graham
    • So You Want to make Some Pottery
    • Emergency Repair Kit
      by Letha Rice
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Jelly From Wild Berries
      by Clara Anderson
      Old Time cottage Cheese
      by Vera Lane
      Neighborhood Reporter
      by Ruth E. Smith
    • With the Cooks:
      • Nippy Carrots
      • Golden Salad
      • Refrigerator Ice Cream
      • Deviled Green Beans
      • Potato, Carrot and cucumber Salad
      • Eggnog Topped Cereal
      • Cottage Cheese and Fresh Fruit Plate
      • Cheese Cake
      • Strawberry Meringues
      • Strawberry Refrigerator Cake
      • Snow Balls
      • Ice Cream Float
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      When the Houseplants Move Out
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 19, Issue #10: July 1954
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pillow Top(cover)
    • Sunflower Hot Plate Mat
    • Leaf Mats
    • Swanky Dish Cloth
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's Knit Cap
  • To Tat:
    • Frosty Earrings
    • Irish Rose Medallion
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Bolivian Girl(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Tips on Sewing Nylon
  • Special Articles:
    • Putting Profit in Your Handwork
      by Kathleen Warren
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Animals on Ties
      by Mrs. Mary Strasia
      Pot Luck Service
      by Mrs. Frank McNally
      Furniture Refinisher
      by Irene Jordan
    • With the Cooks:
      • Shrimp Casserole
      • Deviled Burgers
      • Cold Tongue
      • Macaroni with Ham
      • Spiced Pork
      • Luncheon meat Roll-Ups
      • Hearty Salad
      • Salmon Salad
      • "Frank" Ideas
      • Tomato Jelly
      • Tomato Relish
      • Tomato Marmalade
      • Tomato Juice
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Coat Hangers for Garden Trellises
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 19, Issue #11: August 1954
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Bib and Tucker(cover)
    • Hot Mat and Pan Holder Set
    • Basket(applique)
    • Buffet Scarf
    • Simple Scallop Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Baby Bootees
    • "Interlocking Diamonds" Edge
  • To Tat:
    • Colonial Lady(applique)
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Candlewicking and Tufting
    • Miss Norway(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Knitted Cord
  • Special Articles:
    • Success with "Stuffies"
      by Sarah Denberg
    • Felt Sewing Accessories
      by Doris P. Wilson
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Vases From Cow Horns
      by Mrs. W.M. Miles
      Geranium Grower
      by Ruth E. Smith
      Stay-at-Home Secretary
      by W.G. Poole
    • With the Cooks:
      • Tomatoes Stuffed with Cucumbers
      • Peppermint Candy Dessert
      • Stuffed Baked Sweet Potatoes
      • Cucumber Relish
      • Baked Tomatoes and Corn
      • Toffe Dessert
      • Melon Ring Salad
      • Filled Honeydew
      • Molded Melon cooler
      • Fluffy Salad Dressing
      • Melon Meringue Dessert
      • Corn Fritters
      • Tamale Pie
      • Corn Relish
      • Dried Beef and Corn
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Perennials from Seed
      Win Blue Ribbons with Your Flowers
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 19, Issue #12: September 1954
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Doilies in Three Sizes
    • Cluster Medallion
    • Butterfly(applique)
    • Poppy Circle Doily
    • Shell Stitch Blouse
    • Turn-About
  • To Knit:
    • Cardigan(cover)
    • Knitted Bootee with Arrowhead Cuff
  • To Tat:
    • Blouse Motif
    • Wedge Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Miss Portugal(embroidery,quilt block)
  • Special Articles:
    • Are You a Potter?
    • Salvaging Lamp Shades with Saw Dust
      by Martha Graham
    • Thread Organizer
    • Embroidery By Machine
      by Vera Lund Praast
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Nail Keg Novelties
      by Judy Cicilioni
      Turning Weeds into Wreaths
      by Mrs. Willard Moyer
      Profitable Pickles
      by Maydel Massey Goolsby
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cracker Jack Syrup for Popcorn
      • Baked Orange-Honey Apples
      • coffee Icing
      • Fresh Peach Cobbler
      • Rice Pudding
      • Cabbage and Cranberry coleslaw
      • Round Steak Smothered in Onions
      • Beef Pot Pie
      • Oriental Beef Stew
      • Stuffed Flank Steak
      • Corned Beef Dinner
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Everyone Loves Daffodils
      A Special Forum on Peonies
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #1: October 1954
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Geometric Delight Motif
    • Flower Doily
    • Shamrock Chair Set
    • Ruffle Edge Doily
    • Crocheted Cord
    • Rose Necklace
  • To Knit:
    • Cardigan in Stockinette(cover)
  • To Tat:
    • Medallion with Twisted Stitch
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Lapland Boy(embroidery,quilt block)
    • Christmas Stockings(felt)
    • To Make Fringe(yarn)
  • Special Articles:
    • Vermont Pincushions
      by E.B. Stebbins
    • Working Wonders With Weeds
      by Vee Schmitt
    • Lingerie Envelopes
      by Blanche Campbell
    • Decorate with Hook Craft
      by Doris P. Wilson
    • Clay Craft(cornstarch and salt)
      by Gertrude Springer
    • Make a Miniature Birdhouse
      by Mrs. L.D. Henry
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Jewelry From Coins
      by Ruth E. Smith
      Hand Woven Stoles
      by Ruth W. Snow
      Easy to Pack Slippers
      by Janice Reeder
    • With the Cooks:
      • Spiced Apple Muffins
      • Peach Nut Pie
      • Candy Apples
      • Pumpkin Marshmallow
      • Lemon Sugar Coffee Cake
      • Sausage Pancakes
      • Apple Sirup
      • Eggs Goldenrod on Shredded Wheat
      • French Toast
      • Tangy Scrambled Eggs
      • Ways with Bacon
      • Sausage with Scalloped Potatoes
      • Skillet Rice and Mushrooms
      • Savory Meat Loaf
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Do You Know Your Tulips?
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #2: November 1954
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Sunflower Panholder
    • Christmas Bells and Wreath
    • Creamer, Sugar and Plate
    • Waste Basket Cover
    • Scallop Edge
    • (3)Corner Insertions and Edgings
  • To Knit:
    • Peacock Doily(cover)
    • Mother and Daughter Boleros
  • To Tat:
    • Medallion with Twisted Stitch
    • (2)Tatted Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Personalized Bookmarks
    • South Seas Boy(embroidery,quilt block)
  • Special Articles:
    • Make Christmas Gifts for the Kiddies
      by Ruthe Gomez
    • Gifts With Felt Scraps Are Fun!
      by Ethelwyn Dills
    • Low Cost Gift Wrappings
      by Beth Bailey
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Handmade Ties
      by Mrs. Eve Marascola
      Books for Babies
      by Wanda Louise Brubaker
    • With the Cooks:
      • Harvest Fruit Pie
      • Sand Tarts
      • Special Holiday Salad
      • Hot Cranberry Cider
      • Freezing Home Baked Goods
      • Home Canned Mincemeat
      • Mincemeat Nut Cake
      • Mincemeat Drop Cookies
      • Mincemeat Mold
      • Mincemeat Coffee Cake
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #3: December 1954
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Wedding Ring Motif
    • Baby Bib
    • Pillow Slip Lace in Filet
  • To Knit:
    • Tam in Angora(cover)
    • Knitted Stole
    • Cap in Knit and Crochet
  • To Tat:
    • Block Pattern
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Art of Making Hooked Rugs
    • Eskimo Boy(embroidery,quilt block)
  • Special Articles:
    • Merry Makings for Christmas
      by Kay Bowe
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Decorated Yule Logs
      by Janet Viergutz
      Crocheted Costume Jewelry
      by Leona Anderson
      Slippers with Cushion Soles
      by Mrs. J.T. Spears
    • With the Cooks:
      • Key Lime Pie
      • Molded Cranberry Salad
      • Candied Orange Peel
      • Traditional Steamed Pudding
      • Swedish Yule Cookies
      • Brownie Mint Sticks
      • Mint Stick Frosting
      • Date Roll-Ups
      • Holiday Bars
      • Creamy Fudge
      • Nut Rolls
      • Caramel Coating
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 20/21, 1955: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 20, Issue #4: January 1955
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Oval Place Mat Set(cover)
    • Baby Sacque and Soaker
    • Vanity Set
    • Double Ruffle Doily Set
    • Doily with Scallop Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Child's Knit Dress
  • To Tat:
    • Versatile Motif
    • Pointed Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving Designs
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Rose
    • Bean Pot Beanbag(felt)
  • Special Articles:
    • Bind Your Back Issues
      by Elma Waltner
    • Rugs Made with Latchet Hook
    • How To Fold a Pocket Handkerchief
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Petunias for the Kitchen
      by Vera Lund Praast
      Coconut Shell Baskets
      by Mrs. LeRoy Oletzke
      Flavorful Coffee Rings
      by Mrs. M. Johnson
    • With the Cooks:
      • Creamy Ham Over Potatoes
      • Ham with Cauliflower
      • Barbecued Hamwiches
      • Ham Tetrazzini
      • Ham Omelet- Oven Style
      • Spanish Style Potatoes
      • Veal Casserole
      • Orange Sweet Potatoes
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Houseplant Notebook
      For Earlier Blooms
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 20, Issue #5: February 1955
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Bib in Filet
    • Rose Hot Pad Cover
    • Scarf in Crochet
    • Wagon Wheel Doily
    • Heart Earrings
    • Personalized Bookmarks
  • To Knit:
    • Peppermint Stick Sweater(cover)
    • Oval Knit Rug
  • To Tat:
    • Glamorous Set in Tatting
    • Tatted Flower Edging
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Thistle
  • Special Articles:
    • Ceramics Simplified
      by Julia M. Lupfer
    • Braided Rug
      by Carol Hartley
    • Another Chance for Old Felt Hats
      by Gladys Gould Bird
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Novelty Belt Maker
      by Mrs. K. Ray Meadows
      Oven Profits
      by Helen B. Allen
      Dollars from Violets
      by Mamie Fly
    • With the Cooks:
      • Potatoes Surprise
      • Butter Icing
      • Hawaiian Pork and Beans
      • Apple Fritters
      • Pot Roast Valentine
      • Western Carrot Burgers
      • Hamburg Mushroom Gumbo
      • Spaghetti with Liver Sauce
      • Easy Cheesey Sauce
      • Quick Hollandaise
      • Lemon Sauce
      • Easy Baked Alaska
      • Cherry Winks
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      What's New in Flowers?
      How to Plan a Vegetable Garden
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #6: March 1955
Page Count: 64
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Bag and Hat(cover)
    • Prairie Flower Tablecloth
    • Spiderweb Runner
    • Colorful Hot Mat
    • Boy's Hat with Visor
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's V-Neck Sweater
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Shamrock Lapel Pin(felt)
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Orchid
  • Special Articles:
    • Braided Rugs, Part II
      by Carol Hartley
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Egg Heads for Easter
      by Beulah Thompson
      Plastic Baby Pants
      by Mrs. Kenneth Ermlich
      New Life for Old Iron Pieces
      by Mrs. Larry Garrity
    • With the Cooks:
      • Creamed Celery and Eggs
      • Mountain Dew
      • Hot Lenten Sandwich
      • Crab Rarebit
      • Fillets in Orange Sauce
      • Oven Fried Fish
      • Shrimp Oriental
      • Tuna Dinner
      • Shrimp in Toast Cups
      • Quickie Cheese Sauce
      • Lemon-Parsley-Butter Sauce
      • Custard Sauce
      • PineappleWhiz Sauce
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Ornamental Hedges
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #7: April 1955
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Place Mat(cover)
    • Water Lily Motif
    • Bouquet of Roses Rug
  • To Knit:
    • Presto Knit Pan Holder
  • To Tat:
    • Cross Bookmark
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Daffodil
  • Special Articles:
    • Clever Doll Bed
      by L.J. Curtin
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Little Girl's Carry-all Bags
      by Louise Simms
      Needlework Adviser
      by Lucy Schurmer Lenden
    • With the Cooks:
      • Perfect Oyster Stew
      • Cream cheese Cookies
      • Golden Sweet Dressing
      • Peach Melba
      • Chocolate Ribbon Dessert
      • Browned Chicken, oven-Style
      • Rhubarb-Coconut Pie
      • Cooking With Herbs
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Plants at Stake
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #8: May 1955
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Place Mat with Napkin Holder
    • Belt and Corsage
    • Round Star Doily
    • Daisy Interlude Scarf
  • To Knit:
    • Two Tone Cardigan(cover)
  • To Tat:
    • Wheel Edge Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Weaving on Huck
    • Cosmetic Case and Comb Holder
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Azalea
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Novel Children's Aprons
      by Alice R. Wakefield
      Hints for Brides
      by Mrs. Barbara Fernandes
    • With the Cooks:
      • Pineapple Layer Ring
      • Silver Salad
      • Orange Delight
      • Beef-a-roni
      • Beef Cheesey
      • Stuffed Hamburger Roll
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #9: June 1955
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Popcorn Stitch Chair Set(cover)
    • Evening Star Scarf
    • Belt
    • Rose Panholders
    • Linen Closet Bands
    • Pinwheel Medallion Tablecloth
  • To Knit:
    • Round Knit Rug
  • To Tat:
    • Lacy Tatted Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Lily of the Valley
  • Special Articles:
    • "Doll Up" Your Address book
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
    • Conveying Cash Cleverly
      by Martha Graham
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Bordered Pillow Slips
      by Mrs. Eva M. Boyer
      Restyled Garb for Children
      by Mrs. Robert S. Jaquiss
      Crocheted Hats
      by Mrs. Maurice Goudreau
    • With the Cooks:
      • Baked Banana Rhubarb Delight
      • Mushroom Chicken Squares
      • Springtime Dessert
      • 5-Minute Tomato Aspic
      • Cottage Cheese Wedges
      • Green Pepper and Cheese Salad
      • Frosty Fruit Cream
      • Old Fashioned Butter Cookies
      • Caramel Crown Dessert
      • Cottage Cheese Snowcap
      • Peaches a la Mode Almond
      • Cheese Custard Pie With Bacon
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      What To Plant In Shade
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #10: July 1955
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Carnation Tablecloth(cover)
    • Edge
    • Cord in Two Colors
    • Handkerchief Trim
    • Table Mat
    • Corner Rose Filet Design
  • To Knit:
    • Hot Dish Mat in Two Colors
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Hollyhocks
  • Special Articles:
    • Sewing Machine Rug Tufting
      by Shirley Kau
    • Common Garden Pests and Control
      by Jewel Casey
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Late Season Strawberries
      by Mrs. Howard Everett
      Outdoor "Ground Trays"
      by Mrs. A.G. Mitchell
      Play Suits from Old Dresses
      by Mrs. John Schmidt
    • With the Cooks:
      • Apple Salad
      • Chocolate Whip Roll
      • Blushing Corn
      • Tomato Aspic Ring with Seafood Potpourri
      • Ham Mousse
      • Special Tossed Salad
      • Tropical Salad Dressing
      • Mocha Cream Roll-Up
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #11: August 1955
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • A Doily to Treasure
    • Owl Applique
    • Chair Set
    • Bedspread Design
    • Simple Handkerchief
  • To Knit:
    • Knit Jacket(cover)
    • Swirling Hexagon Pan Holder
  • Miscellaneous:
    • How to Net
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Lily
    • A Corsage That's Good as Gold(dollar bills)
      by Edithe F. Elliot
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Jelly in Reusable Glasses
      by Alice Moore
      Shampoo Jackets from Towels
      by Florence Cook
    • With the Cooks:
      • Chicago Hot
      • William Tell Cake
      • Carrot Loaf
      • Buckingham Eggs
      • Sweet and Sour Sauce
      • Spanish Green Beans
      • Potato Salad
      • Corn Au Gratin
      • Grilled Hamburgers and Pineapple
      • Deviled Eggs
      • Scalloped Asparagus and Eggs
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      You Can Grow Lilies
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 20, Issue #12: September 1955
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Oval Rug(cover)
    • Rose Doily
    • "Apple" String Holder
    • Vanity Set in Shell Stitch
    • Pan Holder in Crochet
  • To Knit:
    • Lace in Pineapple Design
  • To Net:
    • Pineapple Handkerchief Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Butterfly Evening Purse(felt
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Aster
  • Special Articles:
    • Felt Craft Dolls and Clothing
      by Doris P. Wilson
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Darning For Money
      by Mamie Fly
      Beans Baked at Home
      by Mrs. J.E. Talbot
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cranapples
      • Peanut Butter Betty
      • Pear-Coconut Pie
      • Glazed Apple Rings
      • Baked Pears with Lemon Sauce
      • Molded Apple Salad
      • Cinnamon Fruit Salad
      • Pear Coffee Cake
      • Apple Delight Pie
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Storing Your Bulbs
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 21, Issue #1: October 1955
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Shell Stitch Afghan(cover)
    • Swirl Tablecloth
    • Decorated Plate
    • Novel Soap Holder(alligator)
    • Star Doily
    • Rose Hot Pad
  • To Knit:
    • Lace
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Felt Jacket Coasters
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Poppy
  • Special Articles:
    • Stuffed Toys:
      Teddy Bear Pattern(cloth)
    • CORRECTION to "How to Net"
      August, 1955
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Grandma's Salt Beads
      by Mrs. L.W. Fly
    • With the Cooks:
      • Pot Roast with Sour Cream
      • Beef Stroganoff
      • Meat Balls with Sour cream
      • Southern Corn Bread
      • Sour Cream Cold Slaw
      • Buttermilk Chiffon Pie
      • Cocoa Cream Cake
      • Asparagus with Sharp Sour Cream Sauce
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Ready for Winter in the Indoor Garden
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 21, Issue #2: November 1955
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Rick Rack Doily(cover)
    • Zig Zag Filet Place Mat
    • Bottle Cap Hot Plate Mat
    • Head Band
  • To Knit:
    • Cap and Mitt Set
  • To Tat:
    • Edge with Crochet
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Iris
  • Special Articles:
    • Stuffed Toys:
      Hobby Horse(cloth)
    • Emblems for Sweaters and Sport Coats
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Napkins for Holidays
      by Mrs. Elvira Hrdlicka
      Feather FLower Stationery
      by Mrs. Carl Plies
      Shoes for Babies
      by Mrs. L.N. Benfield
    • With the Cooks:
      • Indian Summer Pumpkin Squares
      • Creole Cake
      • Biscuit Covered Salmon Loaf
      • Lemon Sauce Cake
      • Poppy Seed Coffee Cake
      • Apple Triangles
      • Applesauce Cake
      • Angel Food Cake with Raspberry Filling
      • Coconut Balls
      • Banana Nut Bread
      • Fritters
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      What to Do With Leaves
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 21, Issue #3: December 1955
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Bear(toy)
    • Pineapple Motif
    • Square Doily
    • Edge in Knot Stitch
  • To Knit:
    • Ribbed Anklets
    • Bells Ornament
  • To Tat:
    • American Flag
    • Edging Squares
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Clown Pillow(cover)
    • Wreath Ornament
    • Stuffed Toy Elephant(cloth)
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Lilac
  • Special Articles:
    • Try Candle Making at Home
      by Elma Waltner
    • A Boot-A Shoe-A Stocking(felt)
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Dollars From Driftwood
      by Ann Nixon
      Plaques from Seeds
      by Maxine Hradecky
      Personalized Yule Streamers
      by Mary A. Smith
    • With the Cooks:
      • Peanut Brittle
      • Cream of Lima Soup
      • Honey Squares
      • Cinnamon Apple Salad
      • Cranberry Squares
      • Bell Cookies
      • Orange-Berry Bread
      • Glazed Doughnut Balls
      • Frozen Fruit Salad
      • Spiced Walnuts
      • Quick Fruit Cake
      • Coffee Sauce(Sundae)
      • Peanut Butter Sauce(Sundae)
      • Brown Mint Sauce(Sundae)
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Christmas Gift Plants
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 21/22, 1956: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 21, Issue #4: January 1956
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Place Mat
    • Three Piece Doily Set
    • Star Tablecloth Medallion
  • To Knit:
    • "Crazy Notes" Sweater(cover)
    • Jabot Handkerchief
  • To Tat:
    • Wedding Lace Doily
    • Scallop Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • A Donkey Doll(cloth)
    • Pen Wipers(felt)
    • Applique Decoration(How To)
    • Carnations from Facial Tissues
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Gladiolus
  • Special Articles:
    • Smart Jersey Gloves, handmade by You(pattern)
      by Edith M. Hummel
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Hand Laundry
      by Mrs. A.F. Marascola
      Dishes from Old Records
      by Lynda Drumm
      Kitchen Wall Plaques
      by Mrs. A.P. Gradl
    • With the Cooks:
      • Orange Date Bread
      • Nutmeg Cake Frosting
      • Swiss Cream Steak
      • Calcutta Casserole
      • Chipped Beef Pie
      • Vegetable Stew
      • Turkey Mold With Nut Sauce
      • Baked Salmon
      • Baked Chicken a la King
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Houseplant Notebook
      Maybe Your Garden Needs Lime
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Opportunity Knocks:
      classified ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 21, Issue #5: February 1956
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Bamboo Place Mat(cover)
    • Loopstitch Baby Set
    • Heirloom Doily
    • Percale Yard Cloth
    • Semi-Square Doily
    • A Lacy Place Mat
    • Towel and Wash Cloth Set(Grape Bunch Appliques)
  • To Knit:
    • Rose and Shell Edge
  • To Tat:
    • Handkerchief Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Ivy Holder
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Violet
    • The Versatility of Burlap
  • Special Articles:
    • Try Terrycloth for Bathroom Curtains
      by Ethel Day
    • Stenciling a Tray
      by Dorothy S. Garland
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Glove Lapel Pins
      by Mrs. Don Behar
      Gay Ninety Plates
      by Mrs. Ruth Tumblison
      Gay Garden Gloves
      by Mrs. Harold Yerkes
    • With the Cooks:
      • Molded tomato Salad
      • Cauliflower in Chipped Beef Cheese Sauce
      • Lenten Salad
      • Good Hollandaise
      • Sure Hollandaise
      • Lemon Butter
      • Potato Cream Sauce
      • Halibut Sauce
      • Rich Chocolate Sauce
      • Fruit Sundae Sauce
      • Oil and Lemon Sauce
      • Lemon Hard Sauce
      • Cranberry-Cinnamon Sauce
      • Basic Sauce
      • Horseradish Cream Sauce
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Houseplant Notebook
      Where Grass Won't Grow
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 21, Issue #6: March 1956
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Chair Set
    • Bunny Bootees
    • Scarf in Spiderweb and Filet
    • Loopstitch Bunny(toy)
    • Spoke Doily
    • Rug
    • Filet and Shell Edge
    • (2)Lace Edges
  • To Knit:
    • Blouse and Butterfly Design(cover)
    • Child's Knit Sweater
  • To Tat:
    • Diamond Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Weaving On Huck
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Magnolia
  • Special Articles:
    • An Expert Paints a Wild Rose Motif
      by Elma Waltner
    • Gardens That Fit Into Your Hand
      by Frances Bostwick
    • Picture Plates
      by Doris P. Wilson
    • Luncheon Set With Fringed Edges(cloth)
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Handy Sewing Kit
      by Sara E. Hills
      Tiny Cowboy Boots
      by Wanda L. Ruiz
      Grapefruit Seedlings
      by Viola Stotler
    • With the Cooks:
      • Chocolate Peanut clusters
      • California Toast
      • Ham and Macaroni Salad
      • Stuffed Chicken Breasts
      • Green Beans au Gratin
      • Batter Rolls
      • Refrigerator Rolls
      • Cottage Bread
      • Poppy Seed Twist Rolls
      • Batter Coffee Cake
      • "Hurry-Up Hot Breads":
      • Cheese Loaf
      • Pecan Squares
      • Parsley-Lemon-Butter Loaf
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Tips on Trimming Evergreens
      How To Plant a Rose
      Houseplant Notebook
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 21, Issue #7: April 1956
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Rose Filet Chair Set(cover)
    • Forget-Me-Not Special Doily
    • Oval Doily
    • Hairpin Lace and Crochet Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Scarf
  • To Tat:
    • Collar with Tatted Edge
    • Block and Scallop Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Yarn Flowers Lasting Corsage
    • Dog Coin Purses in Felt
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Daisy
    • A "Book" to Hold Embroidery Floss
      by Mrs. Clarence Sullens
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Coat Relining Enterprise
      by Helen LeMunyon
      Lawn Chair Pockets
      by K.M. Krisor
      Fitted Sewing Baskets
      by Mrs. Walter King
    • With the Cooks:
      • Buttered Brussel Sprouts
      • Spring Onions and Beans
      • Supper Scrapple
      • Asparagus with cheese Sauce
      • Fresh Peas and Potatoes with Ham
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Chrysanthemums Should Be Divided
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 21, Issue #8: May 1956
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Bedspread
    • Bowl of Fruit Wall Decor
    • "Summer Frost" Table Mat or Doily
      by Coats & Clark
    • Cap and Bootee Set
    • Tablecloth in Popcorn Stitch
    • Round Rug in Crochet
    • Hot Plate Mat Set
  • To Knit:
    • Diaper Shaped Soaker
  • To Tat:
    • Snowflake in a Circle Doily
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Tulip
  • Special Articles:
    • Folder Matches in Party Dress
      by Ruth Plimpton
    • Chenille Lapel Poodles
      by Doris P. Wilson
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Herbs in Pots
      by Mrs. Susan Jackson
      Shoe Planters
      by Mildred Hughes
      Home Compiled Cookbook
      by Mrs. Rex Campbell
    • With the Cooks:
      • Spring Rarebit
      • De Luxe Beets
      • Rhubarb Preserves
      • Strawberry Banana Drink
      • Strawberry Tartlets
      • Pineapple-Strawberry Salad
      • Frozen Fruit Salad
      • Red Raspberry Jan
      • Concord Grape Jam
      • Tart Plum Jam
      • Strawberry Jam or Black Raspberry
      • Cherry or Prune Plum Jan
      • Strawberry Heaven Pie
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Garden Magic with Mulch
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 21, Issue #9: June 1956
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Aunt Ellen's Favorite(cover)
    • Chair Set
    • Pineapple Pastime Tablecloth
    • Peacock in Crochet(applique)
    • (2)Basket Weave Edges
  • To Knit:
    • Lacy Daisy Doily
  • To Tat:
    • Simple Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Daisy Chain(beading)
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Zinnia
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Bridal Gowns in Miniature
      by Mrs. Wayne Cahill
      Extensions for Blouses
      by Lillian A. Chord
      Coats-of-Arms on Plates
      by Mrs. C.H. Holden
    • With the Cooks:
      • Stuffed Acorn Squash
      • Rhubarb Cake
      • Children's Picnic Special
      • Coffee Cooler
      • Cottage Cheese-Tomato Salad
      • De Luxe Potato Salad
      • Chive Egg Salad Sandwich
      • Hearty Vegetable Salad
      • Quick Cheese Sticks
      • Tuna-Tomato Salad
      • Hawaiian Ham Salad
      • Chicken Salad Sandwich
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      A Special Forum on Roses
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 21, Issue #10: July 1956
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Luncheon Set(cover)
    • Swan Rug and Seat cover
    • Alpine Daisy Scarf
  • To Knit:
    • Tulip Star Doily
    • Knit Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Loop Edging
    • Flower for Applique
    • Dainty Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • A Pixie Toy(felt,button joints)
    • How to Make a Coal Flower
      by Mrs. Olive Dawson
    • Butterfly Beanbag(cloth)
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Morning Glory
  • Special Articles:
    • Try Fashion Stitches on Your Machine
      by Yvonne Slade
    • How to Make Potpourri
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Cactus Raiser
      by Mrs. Delbert Johnson
      Slippers from Wash Cloths
      by Mrs. Allen W. Jeffs
      Brown Bread Baker
      by Mrs. Lytle F. Hopkins
    • With the Cooks:
      • Orange Biscuits
      • Quick Pickle Relish
      • Ripe Tomato Chutney
      • Spiced Beets
      • Country Kitchen Waldorf
      • Tomato Soup
      • Green Tomato Mincemeat
      • Tomato Puree
      • Bean Soup
      • Chicken a la King
      • Clam Chowder
      • Meat Sauce
      • Old Fashioned Apple Butter
      • Apple-Pineapple-Coconut Conserve
      • Gooseberry Conserve
      • Quince and Apple Preserves
    • Flower and Garden Forum:

      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 21, Issue #11: August 1956
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Sugar Candy Girl's Overblouse
    • Oval Rose Doily
    • Upholstery Fabrics in Crochet
  • To Knit:
    • Colonial Bouquet Doily(cover)
    • Knit Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Petal and Ring Tatted Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Spool Pincushion
    • Hand Knotted Cord
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Pinks
  • Special Articles:
    • Shell Flower Picture in Three-D
      by Elma Waltner
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Personalized Ceramic Tile
      by Mrs. Marjorie Dahmen
      Seed Pictures
      by Mrs. B. Schmeling
      Garden Hurricane Lanterns
      by Mrs. Walter King
    • With the Cooks:
      • Chili Sauce
      • Meringued Pears
      • Spiced Peach Squares
      • Green Grape Pie
      • Ring-a-Lings
      • Norwegian Tea Bread
      • Caramel Sour Cream Coffee Cake
      • One-Bowl Buttermilk Chocolate Cake
      • Spice Cake
      • White Cake
      • Cherry Cream Cheese Pie
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      These Perfect Perennials
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 21, Issue #12: September 1956
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Gingham Rug(cover)
    • "Ranchero" Table Mat
      by Coats & Clark
    • Baby Set in Knot Stitch
    • TV Scarf
    • Filet Edge
    • Edge
    • Place Mat
    • Rainbow Disc Scarf
  • To Knit:
    • Chair Set
  • To Tat:
    • Block and Ring Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Puss in Boots(felt)
    • Sunbonnet Sewing Kit(cloth)
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Gayfeather Flower
  • Special Articles:
    • Huck Weaving
    • Gourdcraft
      by Jewell Casey
    • Paint a Tray
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Yarn Octopuses
      by Joan H. Lawler
      Buttonholes for Profit
      by Helen LeMunyon
    • With the Cooks:
      • Red Candy Apples
      • Orange cookies
      • Salmon Salad Boats
      • Potato Soup
      • Vichyssoise
      • Corn Chowder
      • Harvest Soup
      • Tomato Cream Soup
      • Clam Bisque
      • Supper Soup
      • Chilled tomato Soup
      • Chicken Soup
      • French Onion Soup
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Night Blooming Cereus
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 22, Issue #1: October 1956
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Knot Stitch Doily
    • "Solid Comfort" Pillow
    • Animal Crib Spread(filet)
      rattle,teddy,bird,mouse,
      penguin,fish,turtle,rabbit,
      skunk,puppy
    • "Dogwood" Afghan
    • Elephant Toy in Loop Stitch
    • Crochet Edges
    • Rose Trellis Tablecloth
  • To Knit:
    • Child's Dress(cover)
    • Scarf
  • To Tat:
    • Scallop Lace
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Pansy Lapel Pin(felt)
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Goldenrod
  • Special Articles:
    • Make A Woodland Scene
      by Elma Waltner
    • Plaque: Chinese Style
      by Gertrude Anders Springer
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Baby Topper-Toy Sets
      by Mrs. Carl Goslen
      Jeweled Safety Match Boxes
      by Mrs. E.T. Blakely
    • With the Cooks:
      • Savory Stuffed Potatoes
      • Pecan Pralines
      • French Pudding
      • Green Tomato Mincemeat
      • Pork Chop and Corn Casserole
      • Pan-Fried Calf Liver and Bacon
      • Lima Beans with Tomato Sauce
      • Cranberry Ring
      • Apple Roll-ups
      • Chili
      • Basic White Sauce
      • Variations of Basic Sauce:
        Curry Sauce, Savory Sauce,
        Corn with Celery Sauce,
        Egg Sauce
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 22, Issue #2: November 1956
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Wreath Doily(cover)
    • "Comet's Tail" Table Mat or Doily
      by J&P Coats
    • "Butterflies In the Garden" Place Mat
    • Paddy Duck Toy
    • Oval Painted Daisy Doily
    • Towel Set
  • To Knit:
    • Cardigan
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Strawflower
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Cutting Boards from Scrap Wood
      by Edna M. Peterson
      Crocheted Clutch Purses
      by Ahlola A. Simmons
      Wool Crib Blanket
      by Mrs. Leo F. Hostetler
    • With the Cooks:
      • Grandma's Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
      • Mexican Orange Candy
      • Buttermilk Rolls
      • Banana Dessert
      • Wild Game Cookery:
        Goose With Sour Cream and Mushrooms
        Broiled Quail
        Wild Duck
        Prairie Chicken
        Squirrel Stew
        Venison Roast
        Venison Saddle
        Roast Pheasant
        Rabbit Stew
        Rabbit Fricassee
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Houseplant Notebook:
      Rubber Plant
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 22, Issue #3: December 1956
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Oak Leaves and Acorn Centerpiece(cover,filet)
    • Loopstitch Bootees
    • Star of Bethlehem
    • Thermos Cases
      by Miranda Snow Walton
  • To Knit:
    • Two-Tone Cardigan
  • To Tat:
    • Loop Medallion
    • Tricorn Edging
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Felt Dolls
    • Salt Beads
      by Adele R. Richards
    • Embroidery Stitches
    • Frosty the Snowman(sock doll)
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Fuchsia
  • Special Articles:
    • Simple christmas Decorations
      by Blanche Campbell
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Wishbone Package Decorations
      by Evelyn L. Chase
      Crocheted Thermos Cases
      by Miranda Snow Walton
      Salt Beads
      by Adele R. Richards
    • With the Cooks:
      • Peanut Butter Fudge
      • Orange Cake
      • Snickerdoodle
      • Unusual Apple Salad
      • Peanut Butter Fingers
      • Eggnog Float
      • Turkey Cheese Turnovers with Mushroom Sauce
      • Steamed Date Pudding
      • Pudding Sauce
      • Orange Sandwich Cookies
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Maidenhair Fern
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 22/23, 1957: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 22, Issue #4: January 1957
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Kitten Toy(loop stitch)
    • Scallop Edge
    • Baby Sweater and Cap
    • Small Basket Favor
    • Heart Handkerchief Corner(filet)
    • Shoe Favor
  • To Knit:
    • Flower Doily(cover)
  • To Tat:
    • Pointed Lace Edging
    • Hearts and Flowers Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • In the Future
    • Ivy Lapel Pin(felt)
    • Huck Weaving Designs
    • Flower Series(embroidery,quilt block):
      Sweetpea
  • Special Articles:
    • Why Not Hook a Rug?
      by W.C. Vanderwerth
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Clown from Scraps
      by Mrs. Mary R. Stroud
      Cake Decorator
      by Mrs. Virginia Cheeseman
      Knitting By machine
      by Rosella Koehler
    • With the Cooks:
      • Snowman Salad
      • New Year's Hats
      • Brown Sugar Biscuits
      • Buttermilk Cake Icing
      • Almond cookies
      • Almond Glaze
      • Tasty Mushroom Loaf
      • Chicken-Macaroni Casserole
      • Spareribs with Sauerkraut and Stuffing Balls
      • Oven Baked Turkey Croquettes
      • Spicy Baked Beans
      • Apple Beef Balls
      • Potato Pancakes
      • Chicken Shortcake Upside Down
      • Flank Steak
      • Spaghetti Beef Creole
      • Tuna Ring with harlequin Sauce
      • Codfish Balls
      • Grandma Mary's Apple Pudding
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Winter thoughts on Garden Planning
      Golden Pygmy Marigold
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 22, Issue #5: February 1957
Page Count: 104
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Chair Set(cover)
    • "The Golden Rule" Bedspread
      by J&P Coats
    • (Child's)Pullover and Cardigan
    • Saucer Plaque
    • Trivet Wall Plaque
    • Afghan and Pillow
    • Rose Doily
  • To Knit:
    • Edge
    • Lacy Star Doily
    • Stadium Bootees
  • To Tat:
    • Circle of Flowers Doily
    • Heart Edging
    • Dainty Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Embroidery Stitches
  • Special Articles:
    • How to Sell Your Needlework
      by Kay Bowe
    • Starting Seeds in the House
      by Frances H. Dubois
    • Egg Cartons: Useful Craft Material
      by Martha Graham
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      School Emblems
      by Marion R. Suess
      Personalized Luncheon Cloths
      by Mrs. Donald Myers
      Apron with "Built-In" Towel
      by Mrs. Kenneth Stamper
    • With the Cooks:
      • Green Beans Baked
      • Doughnut Muffins
      • Mincemeat Cookies
      • Spicy Carrot Pie
      • Hearty Cheese Bread
      • Popcorn Fruit Balls
      • All-bran Griddle Cakes
      • Baked Apples
      • Turkey Hash
      • Cranberry Muffins
      • Breakfast Soup
      • Blueberry Waffles
      • Brown Potatoes
      • Apple Coffee Cake
      • Spicy Topping
      • Buckwheat Cakes
      • Butterred Sweetbreads
      • Almond Trout
      • Eggs Over Cheese
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Special Forum on Gloxinias
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 22, Issue #6: March 1957
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Lacy Doily(cover)
    • Windmill Doily
    • Knot Stitch Handkerchief Edge
    • Fan Lace
  • To Knit:
    • Cable Knit Cardigan
    • Wide Edge
    • Knit Cap
  • To Tat:
    • Tab Design
    • (2)Tatted Insertions
    • Earrings
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Plaid Chicken Pocket Applique
    • Revival of Quilt Making
  • Special Articles:
    • Egg Heads for Easter
      by Elma Waltner
    • Bootees on Parade(3 knit)
      by Kay Bowe
    • Creating with Shells
      by Jewell Casey
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Non-Tip Ash Tray Jackets
      by Mrs. G.L. Fleming
      Hot Dish Mats from Coiled Cord
      by Mrs. Ben Van Cleve
      Reversible Aprons
      by Mrs. Lennia A. Mertz
    • With the Cooks:
      • Potato Chip Dip
      • Apple-Spice Cupcakes
      • Fruit Bars
      • Orange Omelet
      • Brown Bread
      • Marshmallow Pie
      • Orange Whip
      • Lemon Snow
      • Magic Strawberry Puff
      • Tropical Whip
      • Angel Pie
      • Lemon Filling
      • Lemon Yummies
      • Orange Snow Cake
      • Lemon Chiffon Pie
      • Lemon Pie Shell
      • Orange Chiffon Pie
      • Fruit Dressing
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Succulents and Cacti
      Tuberous Begonias and Fancy Leaved Caladiums
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 22, Issue #7: April 1957
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Sunflower Bedspread(cover)
    • "American Beauty" Doily
      by Coats & Clark
    • Fiesta Place Mat
    • Pinwheel Sensation Doily
    • Orchid Corsage in Crochet
    • Duchess Edging
  • To Knit:
    • Pineapple Edge
  • To Tat:
    • Hairpin Lace and Tatting combined
  • Special Articles:
    • She "Sews a Fine Seam":
      Mrs. R.D. Gibbs(Dollie Duds)
      by Beth Bailey
    • Decorating with Gold Leaf
      by Dorothy S. Garland
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Neighborhood Garden Service
      by Lucille Campbell
      Pick'em Yourself Strawberries
      by Edna B. Richards
      Hanging Flower Baskets
      by Elisabeth Zerbel
    • With the Cooks:
      • Spice Cake with Coffee Frosting
      • Coffee Frosting
      • Coffee Salad Dressing
      • Mocha Brownies
      • Old-Fashioned Gingerbread
      • Quick Coffee Cake
      • Coffee Sugar Glaze
      • Green Rice
      • Grapefruit Pie
      • Jam Cake
      • Uncooked Salad Dressing
      • Apple Juice Sauce
      • Grape Jam Bars
      • Honey cups
      • Rhubarb Custard Pie
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      African Violets
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 22, Issue #8: May 1957
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Irish Crochet Doily(cover)
    • Barbecue Mitt
    • Tote Bag in Corde
    • Oval Place Mat
  • To Knit:
    • Doll's Knit Dress
  • To Tat:
    • Square Motif
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Short Cut "Detective"
      by Alma Smock
      Wreaths for Graves
      by Ruby J. Ege
    • With the Cooks:
      • Party Sandwich Loaf
      • He-Man Sandwich
      • Bunny Squares
      • Orange and Meat Kabobs
      • Raisin Bread-Orange Sandwiches
      • Club Sandwich
      • Skillet Barbecued Franks
      • Biscuit Pizza
      • Sausage Surprise
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Iris(article by Peggie Schulz)
      African Violets cont.
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 22, Issue #9: June 1957
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Beverage Set(cover)
    • Baby Bib
    • Daisy Doily
  • To Knit:
    • Golf Club Mitts
  • To Tat:
    • Ring'n Chain Edge
    • Flower for Applique
    • Necklace with Rhinestones
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Hardanger Embroidery
    • Huck Weaving
  • Special Articles:
    • Doll Clothes Tots Can Handle
      by Mary Jean Sweet
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Garden of Gourds
      by Hermione Traub Layton
      Bottle Cap Hot Pads
      by Dorothy Panagiotopoulos
      Reviving the Sun Bonnet
      by Maxine Allee
    • With the Cooks:
      • Ice Cream Bouquets
      • Chocolate Sauce Pudding a la Mode
      • Ice Cream Soda Recipes
      • Chocolate Milk Shake
      • Strawberry Meringue Glacé
      • Ring Mold Salad
      • Strawberry Pie
      • Rhubarb and Strawberry Roll
      • Barbecue Sauce
      • Raspberry Cream Cornucopias
      • Sour Cream Dressing
      • Cheese Sandwich Spread
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Try Daylilies for Midseason Color
      by Peggie Schulz
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 22, Issue #10: July 1957
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Scarf(cover)
    • "Banana Bunch" Panholder
    • Rose and Leaf Spray Edge(filet)
    • Hot Plate Mat Set
  • To Tat:
    • Versatile Rickrack Design
    • Simple Edge
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Matching Collars and Earrings
      by Mary Koch Endsley
      Buds for Winter Blooming
      by Lucille Campbell
      Coin Purses from Bootees
      by Bianca Pino
    • With the Cooks:
      • Ham-Macaroni Salad
      • Deviled Ham and Aspic
      • Tomato Aspic Layer
      • Potato Salad
      • Meat and Apricot Salad
      • Chicken Salad with Almonds
      • Salmon Salad
      • Individual Chicken Gels
      • Mint Fluff Pie
      • chicken Salad
      • Health Relish
      • Golden West Mustard Sauce
      • Celery Seed Dressing
      • Dill Pickles
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Begonias Are Easy to Grow
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 22, Issue #11: August 1957
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Amsterdam Doily(cover)
    • Pan Holder Duet
    • Geranium Place Mat
  • To Knit:
    • Rompers
    • Pineapple Insertion
  • To Tat:
    • Flower Motif(twisted stitch)
    • Necklace and Earrings
  • Special Articles:
    • Label Your Own
      by Dorothy G. McCarthy
    • Button Gardens for Non-Gardeners
      by Dorothy Tooker
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Bassinets for Dolls
      by Mrs. John J. Murray
      Buckets for Toys
      by Mrs. Roy Dusenbery
      Child's Height Checker
      by Loretta Morris
    • With the Cooks:
      • Luncheon Meat and Mushroom Grill
      • Apricot Glazed Ham
      • Corned Beef Cakes
      • Beef Stew Pies
      • Beans and Burgers
      • Vienna Sausage Cabbage Casserole
      • Italian Spaghetti with Salami
      • Luncheon Meat Kabobs
      • Hot Potato Salad with Vienna Sausage
      • Sliced cucumbers
      • Fresh Plum Pie
      • Molded Beet Treat
      • Rhubarb Cake
      • Potato Spoon Bread
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      It's Time to Plant Pansy Seeds
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 22, Issue #12: September 1957
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Cape Stole(cover)
    • "Lady of the Lake" Bedspread
      by Coats & Clark
    • Guest Towel Edge
    • Clover Pan Holder
  • To Knit:
    • Men's Sleeve and Sleeveless Pullovers
    • Perky Baby Bootees
    • Lace
    • Doily
  • To Tat:
    • Block and Ring Edge
    • Place Mat edging and Fan Applique
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Weaving on Huck
    • In the Future
  • Special Articles:
    • Floating Candles for Your Centerpiece
      by Vera and Edgar Smith
    • Decorating Tinware
      by Dorothy Garland
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Winter Bouquets
      by Mrs. Grace Stemberg
      Planters from Marrow Bones
      by Mrs. B.M. Luna
      Quickie Quilts
      by Margie Thayer
    • With the Cooks:
      • Vanilla Pudding
      • Cherry Pineapple MOld
      • Shrimp Tartare
      • Lemon Baked Chicken
      • Spaghetti with Meat Balls
      • Crystal Pickles
      • Tiny Tomotao Pickles
      • Fig Pickles
      • Peach Pickles
      • Cherry Pickles
      • Mixed Pickles
      • Carrot Pickles
      • Dill Pickles
      • Carrot Pudding
      • Hard Sauce
      • Orange Custard Cups
      • Cranberry Sherbet
      • Sausage and Spinach Loaf
      • Pomegranate Frosting
      • Mock Mincemeat
      • Parsnip Chowder
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      For Spring Bloom - Plant Now!
      Philodendron
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 23, Issue #1: October 1957
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Filet Doily(cover)
    • Pow Wow Rug
    • Wild Rose Doily
    • "Harvest" Tablecloth"
      by Coats & Clark
    • Pointed Lace
    • Pillow Slip Edge
    • Baby Bib
  • To Knit:
    • Sweater for Baby
    • TV Slippers
    • Shrug
  • To Tat:
    • Linen Center Doily w/ Tatted Edge
    • Peter Pan collar
    • Cross Bookmark
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Bead Necklace
    • In the Future
    • Felt Flower Lapel Pin
  • Special Articles:
    • Jewelry Out of the Garden
      by N.P. Kenoyer
    • Prickly Pear Pretties
      by Jewell Casey
    • Make a Lampshade for $1.40
      by Margaret L. Heald
    • Table Mats from Cat-Tail Reeds
      by Mrs. Scott Bannister
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Start a "Sig Shirt" Fad
      by Mrs. John W. Gray
      Clowns from Remnants
      by Mrs. Maria Pichler
    • With the Cooks:
      • Halloween Doughnuts
      • Apples on a Stick
      • Goblin-Face Popcorn Lollipops
      • Pumpkinettes
      • Persimmon Pudding
      • Hawaiian Ham Salad
      • Fall Fruit Salad
      • Old Fashioned Cinnamon Jelly
      • Cranberry Salad Mounds
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      How to Make Geraniums Bloom
      The Rosary Vine
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 23, Issue #2: November 1957
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pinwheel Bedspread
    • "Challenge" Placemat
      by Coats & Clark
    • Centerpiece in Basket Design
    • Christmas Stocking
  • To Knit:
    • Cable Cardigan(cover)
    • Grown-Up Sweater for the Small Fry
    • Stay-on Bootees
    • Knit Edge and Insertion
  • To Tat:
    • Pointed Edge
    • Edge in Tatting and Crochet
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Salt Starch Stiffening
    • A Snow Man That Is Easy to Make
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
    • Washcloth Cat and Dog
    • Make a Pomander
    • In the Future
    • Easy to Make Decorations
  • Special Articles:
    • Decorations for Thanksgiving Tables
      by Elma Waltner
    • How to Sell What You Sew
      by Kate Bowe
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Junior Size Hangers
      by Florence Kysor
      Burlap Place Mats
      by Val Emery
      Gum Drop Trees
      by Mrs. C.H. Smock
    • With the Cooks:
      • Duck with Orange
      • Raisin Pie
      • Buttered Zucchini
      • Corn Bread "Pie"
      • Corn Pudding
      • Cranberry Apple Salad
      • Cranberry Chutney
      • Cranberry Almond Relish
      • Sausage Stuffing
      • Boiled Cod, New England Style
      • Clams Casino
      • Persimmon Pudding
      • Roast Small Turkey
      • Lemon Pudding
      • Eggnog Pie
      • Pumpkin Pie
      • Onion Dressing for Goose
      • Oyster Stew
      • Curried Pheasant
      • Pumpkin Pudding
      • Grapefruit Coffeecake
      • Grandmother's Coleslaw
      • Creamy Skillet corn
      • Macaroni Casserole
      • Baked Orange Apples
      • Molasses Popcorn Balls
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Red Fruited House Plants
      How to Grow Amaryllis
      Corsage of Succulents
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 23, Issue #3: December 1957
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Filet Cross Tablecloth
    • Hexagon Motif
    • Christmas Ball Pan Holder
      by Coats & Clark
    • Pan Holder
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's Cardigan(cover)
    • Classic Sock
  • To Tat:
    • Edge
    • Petal Edge in Tatting
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Felt Golf Club Mitts
  • Special Articles:
    • Fairy Balls for Christmas
      by Elma Waltner
    • Pine Cone Flowers for Yule Packages
      by Valrie M. Geier
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Gourd Grower-Crafter
      by Unknown
      Cones Make Yule Corsages
      by Martha Graham
      Cookies of the Month
      by Elsie M. Malone
    • With the Cooks:
      • Lucia Buns (Sweden)
      • English Christmas Bread
      • Popcorn Balls(United States)
      • Plum Pudding(Great Britain)
      • Poppy Seed Cake(Netherlands)
      • Kulich(Russia)
      • Jule Kage(Norway)
      • Holiday Twinkles
      • Christmas Frozen Pudding
      • Cranberry Salad
      • Old-Fashioned Apple Sauce Cake
      • Quick Caramel Icing
      • Date Nut Candy
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Grandmaother's Oleander
      Christmas Cactus
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 23/24, 1958: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 23, Issue #4: January 1958
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Flocked Doily(cover)
    • Shell Mat, Glass Jacket
    • Lace Edge, Insertion
    • Handkerchief Corner and Edging
  • To Knit:
    • Dog Blanket(sweater)
  • To Tat:
    • Flower Applique
  • Special Articles:
    • Tinsel Pictures
      by Dorothy S. Garland
    • Toy Penguin(cloth)
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Lightweight Crib Blankets
      by Mrs. T.W. Bartram
      Salt and Cornstarch Beads
      by Miss Rosalyn Hillerman
      Embroidery Floss Container
      by Margaret E. Peterson
    • With the Cooks:
      • Brownies a la Mode
      • Chocolate Upside-Down Cake
      • Frosted Chocolate Coffee
      • Chocolate Angel Pie
      • Chocolate Chip Tortoni
      • Chocolate Cream Cake
      • Baked Chocolate Pudding
      • Frozen Black Bottom Pie
      • Hot Mocha Java
      • Mocha Balls
      • Dried Apricot Butter
      • Cranberry Fluff
      • Corny Peppers
      • Oyster Fritters
      • Cranberry Bread
      • Maple Flavored Tea Cakes
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Marigolds
      Rose Moss
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 23, Issue #5: February 1958
Page Count: 100
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • "Spring Bouquets" Centerpiece(cover)
    • "Garden Maze" Bedspread
      by Coats & Clark
    • Star Motif Runner
    • Calla Lily In Filet
    • Starlight Haze Doily
    • Heart Edge
    • Rose and Pineapple Bedspread
    • Linen Center Doily
  • To Knit:
    • Seed Stitch Rompers
    • Clover Insertion and Edging
  • To Tat:
    • Tatted Medallion
    • Pointed Edge in Tatting
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Giraffe Pattern(cloth)
  • Special Articles:
    • Tiny Togs Laundry Service
      by Betty Jo Tyler
    • Candy Box Candle HOlder
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
    • Anniversary Candles
      by Elma Waltner
    • Sea Shell Planters
      by Robert Bauer
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Little Girls' Cosmetics Box
      by Esther Mishler
      A Blanket for Baby
      by Mrs. Mamie Fly
      Candy from Orange Peel
      by Bertha Foster
    • With the Cooks:
      • Fruit Caramel Pie
      • Candied Orange Cereal Bread
      • Cereal Flake Corned Beef Casserole
      • Pork and Beans With Barbequed Franks
      • Barbecued Frankfurters Hawaiian
      • Ruby-Red Salad
      • Orange Mallow Referigerator Dessert
      • Creamed turkey
      • Hot Curried Cereal
      • American Goulash
      • Lemon Yummies
      • Molasses Bran Muffins
      • Lima Bean and Mushroom Casserole
      • Candied Sweet Potatoes
      • Corn Au Gratin
      • Applesauce Fruit Cake
      • Cheese Balls
      • Buttermilk Prune Pie
      • Carrot Frosting
      • Crispy Apple Salad
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Dahlias
      Make a Hotbed!
      Aphids on House Plants
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 23, Issue #6: March 1958
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Peasant Doily(cover)
    • "Sunburst" Doily
      by Coats & Clark
    • The Spencer(woman's top)
    • Mealtime Menagerie Place Mat(rooster,hen,chick)
    • Red and White Pan Holder
    • Vining Rose and Trellis Edge and Insertion(filet)
  • To Knit:
    • Knit Edge for Handkerchief
  • To Tat:
    • Tatting and Hairpin Lace Combined
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving
  • Special Articles:
    • St. Patrick Mat Centerpiece
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
    • Pan Holders to Brighten Kitchens
      by Avon McCurdy
    • In the Future
    • Spot Removing Remedies
      by M. Beasley
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Tots' Smocks from Old Shirts
      by Mrs. Amy Preisig
      Springtime Candles
      by Clara L. Jenkins
      Finishing What Others Start
      by Mrs. Leonard Langhorst
    • With the Cooks:
      • Easter Bunny Rolls
      • Lamb Kabobs with Red Cabbage
      • Mint Sauce
      • Hot Ham Sandwich with Sauce
      • Tomato Aspic Eggs
      • Orange Marmalade Scones
      • Ham and Noodle Skillet
      • English Woodchuck
      • Cheese-Rice Ring
      • Curry of Lamb
      • Cauliflower and Ham Casserole
      • Brocolli with Mouseline Sauce
      • Baked Cheese Sandwiches
      • Cabbage-Parsley Toss
      • Avocado Ring Salad
      • Baked Pork Chops with Beans
      • Easter Egg Candy
      • Italian Spinach
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Special Forum on Strawberries
      Gardening with Hotkaps
      Fuchsias
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 23, Issue #7: April 1958
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Prairie Rose Tablecloth(cover)
    • "Captain's Bride" Placemat
      by Coats & Clark
    • Oval Ruffle Doily
    • Modern Motif Rug
    • "Flowers On Garden Wall" Edging and Insertion(filet)
    • Flowers on Parade Handkerchief Edge
    • Royal Crown Pan Holder
    • Telephone Book Cover
    • Star Pan Holder
  • To Knit:
    • Knit Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Modern Simplicity Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Toy Nosey(cloth)
  • Special Articles:
    • Gay Utility Panels
      by Elsie Marti
    • Miniature Floral Arrangements
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
    • Easter Baskets
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Funnel for Crochet Thread
      by Mrs. D.R. Morrell
      Crocheted Miniatures
      by Mrs. Julia Taveres
      A Pin From a Pecan
      by Edna M. Peterson
    • With the Cooks:
      • Lobster Thermidor
      • Supersonic Chicken with Celestial Sauce
      • Orange Rice
      • Frozen Peas and Turkey in Cheese Sauce
      • Beef Ball Ramekins
      • Cherry Fluff
      • Soup Float
      • Golden Dressing
      • Dried Corn
      • Uncooked Vegetable Relish
      • Pear Honey
      • Watermelon Pickles
      • Fisherman's Clam Pie
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Plant a Glad Patch
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects

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Volume 23, Issue #8: May 1958
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Armenian Lace Doily(cover)
    • Handle Holder cover
    • Flower Motif Doily
    • Dainty Scallop Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Zig Zag Edging
    • Knit Place Mat
  • To Tat:
    • Forget-Me-Not Handkerchief Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving
  • Special Articles:
    • Table Size Maypole
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Painted Flower Pots
      by Helen B. Truscott
      Packaged Cheese Straws
      by Louise B. Ball
    • With the Cooks:
      • Chicken Mousse
      • Milky Way Cream Puff Filling
      • Floating Island Punch
      • Tuna Salad Rolls
      • Angel Roll
      • Rhubarb Jelly
      • Sweet French Dressing
      • Summer Dessert
      • Marmalade Supreme
      • Strawberry Ice Box Cake
      • Cherry Sauce
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Irises Have a New Look
      Hydrangea
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 23, Issue #9: June 1958
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Flower and Grape Pan Holders
    • Mosaic Scarf(filet)
    • Edge and Insertion
  • To Knit:
    • Lace Fagot Scallop Edge
    • Flower Doily
  • To Tat:
    • Rose Center Doily(cover)
    • Cup and Saucer
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Organdy Flower
  • Special Articles:
    • Granmother's Rose Jar
      by Elsie E.J. Barry
    • Parasol Centerpiece
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
    • Inexpensive Framing with Plastic Tape
      by Will Stoll
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Decorative Garden Gloves
      by Mary G. Corliss
      Pillow Slips for Babies
      by Grace Danylchuk
      Dolls in Foreign Costumes
      by Florence M. Bigham
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cottage Cheese with Fresh Fruit
      • Cottage Cheese Potato Pie
      • Cottage Cheese Cherry Pie
      • Cottage Cheese Patties
      • Baked Ham and Cottage Cheese
      • Banana Split Salad
      • Lasagna
      • Rhubarb Chiffon Pie
      • Strawberry Tapioca
      • Fruit Salad
      • Macaroni Loaf
      • Banana Bars
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      A Hardy Begonia
      Watch Ot for Poison Ivy!
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 23, Issue #10: July 1958
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Button Bracelet(cover)
    • Tie for Baby Bootees
    • Daisy Wreath Buffet Scarf(filet)
    • (2)Glass Muffs
    • Scallop Handkerchief Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Sun Suit
  • To Tat:
    • Curtain Pull
    • Child's Barrette
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Infant's Knit Socks
      by Mrs. Lois Maxwell
      Binder Twine Door Mats
      by Mrs. Alta Benson
      Eclairs Help Balance Budget
      by Mrs. P.S. Coleman
    • With the Cooks:
      • Jams, Jellies, Preserves:
        Apple Jelly
        Apple Pectin
        Fig Jam
        Pineapple Jam
        Peach and Plum Jam
        Tomato Preserves
      • Fresh Corn Casserole
      • Golden Crunchy Salad
      • Orange Delight
      • Ice Cream Topping
      • Savory Green Beans
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Pansies on Parade
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Volume 23, Issue #11: August 1958
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Basket Weave Carriage Cover(cover)
    • Butterfly Applique
    • Lucky Clover Edging
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's Cardigan
    • Scuffs
    • Doily
  • To Tat:
    • Round Medallion Doily
    • Pillow Slip Edge
    • Necklace
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Place Mat
  • Special Articles:
    • Baby's First Book(cloth)
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
    • Condiment Caddy
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
    • Making Memory Pictures
      by Ruth Louise Johnson
    • Making Raised Dsigns with Gesso
      by Julia Whittier Wolfe
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Earrings to Match Dresses
      by M.G. Fly
      Novelty Flower Pot
      by Mrs. Velma Gilliland
      For Rent-A Wedding Site
      by Rowena Devine
    • With the Cooks:
      • Deviled Franks
      • Beef Patty Dinner
      • Barbecued Beef Steaks
      • Broiled Chicken
      • Kabobs
      • Watermelon Pickles
      • Minted Cantaloupe Sauce
      • Tomato Roses
      • Tomato-Lemon Preserves
      • Summer Salad
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Phlox, for Summer color
      Succulents
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 23, Issue #12: September 1958
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Popcorn Motif for Bedspread(cover)
    • "Enchantment" Doily
      by Coats & Clark
    • Wall Plates
    • Sea Shell Pan Holder
    • Flower Doily
    • Scallop Edge and Insertion
    • (3)Fruit Pan Holders
  • To Knit:
    • Child's Cardigan
    • (10 1/2")Doll Ensemble
    • Edge and Insertion
    • Edge
  • To Tat:
    • 7 Medallions Doily
    • (2)Edges
    • Medallion Hankerchief Corner
    • Block and Ring Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Daisy Lapel Pin(felt)
    • Art of Embroidering
  • Special Articles:
    • How to Make a Braided Rug
      by Dorothy S. Garland
    • Working With Raffia
      by Solveig Ryall
    • Pomander Apple Idea From Yesteryear
      by Avon McCurdy
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Pillow Displays Ribbon Bows
      by Mrs. Louise Calhoun
      Doll Cradle from Bread Pan
      by Mrs. J. Barzda
    • With the Cooks:
      • Meat Balls and Bean Casserole
      • Barbecue Sauce
      • Steak and Bean Bundles
      • Chipped Beef Casserole
      • Onion Cups
      • Meat Loaf
      • Round Steak with Onions
      • Sunday Pot Roast
      • Beef Ragout
      • Cantaloupe Preserves
      • Peach Jelly
      • Pear Preserves
      • Plum and Orange Jelly
      • Tropical Carrots
      • Green Bean Salad
      • Curry Green Tomato Pickles
      • Casserole Onion Bread
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Colorful Camellias
      It's Easy to Grow African Violets
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #1: October 1958
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Shell Stitch Mother/Baby Jacket Set
    • "Laurels" Chair Set
      by Coats & Clark
    • "Moderne" Place Mats
    • Tree Ornament Pan Holder
    • Doily
  • To Knit:
    • Smocked Lace Doily(cover)
    • Short Sleeved Cardigan
    • Man's Gloves
    • Large Twin Leaf Lace and Insertion
  • To Tat:
    • Trio of Doilies
    • Dewdrop Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Hardanger Embroidery
    • Felt Scuffies
  • Special Articles:
    • Decorating Plates with Fabric Cutouts
      by H. Fran Holmberg
    • Pointers On Stringing Pearls
      by Julia Whittier Wolfe
    • Blizzard in Jar
      by Elma Waltner
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Appliqued Pillow Tops
      by Mrs. Barbara Rall
      Unusual Gifts of Terry Cloth
      by Mrs. J.W. Russell
      Collars from Scraps
      by Thelma Brooks
    • With the Cooks:
      • Anchovy Pizza
      • American Pizza Pie
      • Meat Pizza
      • Italian Style Pizza
      • Individual Pizza Pies
      • Tomato Pizza
      • Sausage Pizza
      • Quick Pizza
      • Halloween Cookies
      • Jack O'Lantern Surprise Cookies
      • Harvest Cider
      • Slice O' Spice
      • Peppermint Candy Cookies
      • Cucumber Relish
      • Pineapple Nut Bread
      • Squash Strips with Sour Cream
      • Pear Mincemeat
      • Corn Stuffed Meat Roll
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Peonies- for Gardening Pleasure
      Gloxinias for Window Gardens
      House Plant Notebook: Caladium
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #2: November 1958
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Wheat and Grape Doily(cover)
    • Ruffle Poinsettia Doily
    • Stole in Shell Stitch
    • Pointed Edge in Filet
  • To Knit:
    • Stocking Cap
    • Baby Ball
    • No Block Edge
  • To Tat:
    • Circle of Cones Doily
    • Handbag Accessories
    • Simple Roll Edge
    • Tatted Chains and Rolls Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Quick Needlepoint Bag
  • Special Articles:
    • Christmas Trees from Tin Cans
      by Bertha Wood Barron
    • Tiny Tarlatan Yule Tree
      by Beth Peteran
    • Bath Salts
      by Loretta O. Wettling
    • Cooky Christmas Tree
      by Elma Waltner
    • Thanksgiving Cornucopia
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
    • Doll Clothes Hold Gifts(cloth)
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
    • Dried Flower Arrangements
      by Roert C. Baur
    • Diaper Dollies
      by Paula Muster
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Sheet Sets for Babies
      by Clara L. Knox
      Poinsettia Jewelry
      by Mary K. Endsley
      A Color Bath for Old Bottles
      by Mrs. A.N. Fisher
    • With the Cooks:
      • Scalloped Corn
      • Candied Sweet Potatoes
      • Green Beans with Cream Cheese Sauce
      • Cranberry Salad
      • Glazed Sweet Potatoes
      • Cranberry Walnut Relish
      • Corn Fritters
      • Baked Lima Beans in Cheese Sauce
      • Grandmother's Date-Apple Pudding
      • Cranberry Lattice Pie
      • White Bread
      • Cranberry Chutney
      • Gold Pumpkin Pie
      • Cranberry Corn Relish
      • Raisin Cranberry Pie
      • Ginger Snap Crust
      • Green Beans Supreme
      • Cranberry Frosty Pie
      • Turkey Leftovers:
        Corn Meal Pastry
        Turkey Filling
        Turkey Souffle
        Hot Turkey Salad
        Turkey Hash with Cream
      • Cranberry Pudding
      • Pudding Sauce
      • cinnamon-Mincemeat Apples
      • Pumpkin cookies
      • Green Tomato Pickles
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Dahlias
      Resurrection Plants
      The Majestic Canna
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #3: December 1958
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Luncheon Cloth(cover)
    • Filet Place Mat
    • Rose Handkerchief Corner
    • Fan and Shell Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Child's Headscarf
  • To Tat:
    • Cross Bookmark
    • Picot Scallop Edge
  • Special Articles:
    • Moth Ball Centerpiece
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Packaged Party Kit
      by Mrs. Leonard Langhorst
      Glamorizing Sweat Shirts
      by Marcella Vetter
      Old Blankets Look Like New
      by Mrs. Richard Uppenkamp
    • With the Cooks:
      • Applesauce Cookies
      • Sugared Nut Drops
      • Filled Cookies
      • Filled Christmas Stockings
      • Fruit and Nut Drops
      • Cherry-Coconut Bars
      • Candy Cane Cookies
      • Christmas Bells
      • Mincemeat Fruit Cake
      • Caramel Cause
      • Christmas Wreath Salad
      • New year's Pancakes
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Plant Holly For Winter Garden Beauty
      The Christmas Rose
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
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Volume 24/25, 1959: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 24, Issue #4: January 1959
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Comet's Tail Doily(cover)
    • Altar Lace(filet)
    • Double Scallop Edge
    • Pillow and Chair Set
    • Lacy Oval Doily
    • Infant's Size Blazer
  • To Knit:
    • Headwarmer
    • Three Leaf Doily
    • Ambidextrous Mittens
  • To Tat:
    • Tiny Medallion
    • Collar Edge
    • Two-Color Edge
    • Curtain Pull
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Crewel Embroidery
  • Special Articles:
    • Log Planters from Tin Cans
      by Hattie McKibben
    • How to make Your Own Soap
      by Walter L. Harter
    • Hand Painted cooky Jars
      by Avon McCurdy
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Earrings to Match Dresses
      by Margery A. Serafine
      Personalized Scarves
      by Nellie A. Atkinson
      New Life for Old Trunks
      by Mrs. Jean C. Dunbar
      Girls' Shirts from Scraps
      by Mrs. Dorothy Barlow
    • With the Cooks:
      • Economy in Meats
      • Oxtail Casserole
      • Braised Lam Breast Squares
      • Veal and Sausage Pie
      • Chili Ground Beef
      • Pork-Sausage Biscuit Pie
      • Cranberry Pot Roast
      • Chili Pot Roast
      • Barbecued Round Steak
      • Bavarian-Style Beef Stew
      • Sweet and Sour Short Ribs
      • Veal Pot Roast
      • Chinese Pork Steaks
      • Baked Salad
      • Jellied Goose
      • Applesauce Nut Bread
      • Butterscotch Brownies
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Get the Most Out of Glads
      Growing Indoor Plants
      1959 All-America Gladiolus
      House Plant Care
      All-America Rose Selection
      Garden Novelties for '59
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #5: February 1959
Page Count: 96
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Grape Doily(cover)
    • Heart Motif
    • Cross Bookmark
    • Filet Heart Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's Slipover Sweater
    • Hat
    • Wide Lacy Edge
  • To Tat:
    • Cloverleaf Scallop Edge
    • Collar Trim
    • Modern Insertion
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving
    • Embroidery Stitches
  • Special Articles:
    • Fancy Pan Holders(applique)
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
    • Candy Box Hearts
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Shaped Diapers
      by Marlys Laramore
      Felt Photo Holders
      by Mrs. J. Farris
    • With the Cooks:
      • Spice Cake with Praline Frosting
      • Brown Sugar Seven Minute Frosting
      • Paella
      • Batter-way Herb Rolls
      • Old-Fashioned Chicken Pie
      • Lemon Angel Pie
      • Ham Sauce
      • Quick Corn Rolls
      • Date-Apricot Bars
      • Baked Harvard Beets
      • Orange Coffee Cake
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Roses, Verbenas, Coleus
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #6: March 1959
Page Count: 84
Notes: Issued with a transfer Sheet!, the back of the sheet was used to print the "Junior Workbasket" and "Women Who Make Cents" departments, as well as the Sullivan special article

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Filet Runner(cover)
    • Filet Tulip Bedroom Ensemble
    • Towel Edging with Rickrack
    • Ringing Bells Edge
    • Lucky Penny Pan Holder
    • (2)Glass Jackets
    • Half Flower Edge
    • Filet Mosaic Doily
    • Filet Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Flower and Leaf Edge
    • Cotton Gloves
    • Cable Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Open Flower Place Mat
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving
  • Special Articles:
    • Hooked Rugs
      by Dorothy S. Garland
    • Make a Miniature Living Landscape
      by Elma Waltner
    • How To Mend A Hole In Woolen Material
      by Frances E. Sullivan
    • Anyone Can Make Solderless Jewelry
      by Ethelwyn W. Dills
    • Make A Tool Holder for the Kitchen
      by Betty B. Dodendorf
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Days of the Week Anthroporphic Veggies, Two Bugs, small pineapple, grape bunch, strawberries and tomato with tiny illustrated suggestions on how to use them along the left margin
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Favors for Banquets
      by Mrs. George W. Alexander
      Crocheted Corsage Handkerchiefs
      by Gladys Mraz
      Flowers Colored to Order
      by Mrs. Eleanor Nielsen
      Clothe Decorated Stationery
      by Mrs. Nettie Johnson
    • With the Cooks:
      • Baked Salmon Steaks with Sour Cream Sauce
      • Cheese Stuffed Cabbage
      • Curried Grean Pea-Mushroom Soup
      • Cottage Cheese Codfish Cakes
      • Potatoes Margaret
      • Green Beans with Eggs
      • Cottage Cheese and Corn Lenten Rolls
      • Cheese Custard Pie
      • Cheese Tomato Salad
      • Crab Meat Casserole
      • Asparagus Halibut Divan
      • 100 Year Old Pork Cake
      • Blueberry Upside-Down Cake
      • Ginger Cookies
      • Country Cream Raisin Pie
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Wisteria
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Try A Geranium Border
      by Catherine Hastings
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #7: April 1959
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Irish Crochet Collar(cover)
    • Cosmos Runner
    • Luncheon Cloth
    • Handkerchief Sachet
    • Fringed Place Mat
    • Three Little Flowers Handkerchief Corner
  • To Knit:
    • Single Diamond Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Dainty Edge
    • Modern Beauty Doily
    • Ring Scallop Edge
  • Special Articles:
    • Hooked Chair Seat
      by Avon McCurdy
    • Feather Flower Picture
      by Elma Waltner
    • Hollow Stump Planter
      by Elma Waltner
    • Button Inlay locks
      by Walter E. Burton
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Mitts to Match Bridal Dresses
      by Mamie Fly
      Decorated Combs
      by Charlotte Bridwell
      Trinket Boxes
      by Mrs. J.W. Russell
      Cosmetic Chests For Little Girls
      by Mrs. Gilbert Radke
    • With the Cooks:
      • Spicy Meat Balls
      • Peas Baked in Cheese Sauce
      • Chiffon Pineapple Cheese Cake
      • Tomato Aspic
      • Fancy Peach Dessert
      • Glazed Baked Ham
      • South of the Border Beef Stew
      • Baked Green Beans and Tomatoes
      • Molded Ginger Ale-Fruit Salad
      • Apple Crisp
      • Crab Meat and Shrimp Bake
      • Barbecued Beef Patties
      • Apple Meat Balls
      • Royal Strawberry Cake
      • Strawberry Preserves
      • Beet Relish
      • Apricot-Applesauce Pie
      • Date Bars
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Asters, Gardenias, Pruning Evergreens, Tuberous Begonias
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #8: May 1959
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Guest Towel Filet Mesh Edging
    • Glass Jacket in Shell Stitch
    • Scallop Edging
  • To Knit:
    • Kit Ball for Toddler
  • To Tat:
    • Hexagonal Doily(cover)
    • Simple Scallop Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving
    • Hairpin Lace Belt
  • Special Articles:
    • Make An Attractive Drawstring Bag In Minutes
      by Bernice Crampton
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Party Muffs Sell Readily
      by Juliette Frazier
      Headache Bands Revived
      by Mrs. Helen Ferguson
    • With the Cooks:
      • Layer Pineapple Salad
      • Ham and Veal Salad
      • Calico Salad
      • Waldorf Fruit Salad
      • Chicken Salad
      • Dressings for Salads:
        Salad Dressing
        Cottage Cheese Dressing
        Honey Dressing
      • Spring Beauty
      • Apricot Creme Delight
      • Strawberry Pie
      • Creamy Caramel Frosting
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Keeping Cut Flowers
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #9: June 1959
Page Count: 52
Notes: Issued with a red-line NUMO transfer sheet!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Ring of Pineapples Doily(cover)
    • Handkerchief Edging
    • Spider Web Lace
  • To Knit:
    • Infant's Cardigan
  • To Tat:
    • Chair Set
  • Special Articles:
    • How To Repair Small Burns In a Rug
      by Frances M. Callahan
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Three angels sleeping in a cloud bank, Big goldfish, two small fish, two lambs(top right corner), two teddies, Parasol, Morning Glory vine with Butterflies(for pillow slips?), Flower sprig with long flag leaves, peace dove, fleur de lis(top left corner)
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Friendship Collars
      by Clara M. Vincent
      Lapel Vase
      by Jean Goodrich
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cottage Cheese Potato Pie
      • Spoon Bread
      • Bavarian Cream with Strawberries
      • Parmesan Frankfurter Buns
      • Cream Coffee Crown
      • Mexican Rarebit
      • Hominy Au Gratin
      • Rhubarb Springtime Cake
      • Strawberry Jam
      • Strawberry Honey
      • Refrigerator Barbecue Sauce
      • Frozen Fruit Salad
    • Propagating Roses
      by Doris Wilson Weinsheimer
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Fascinating Iris
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 24, Issue #10: July 1959
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Chair Set(cover)
    • Shamrock Edge
    • Constellation Doily
    • Kitchen Utensil Pan Holder Set
    • Filet Scallop Edge
    • Little Hat
  • To Knit:
    • Slippers
    • Doll Bootees
  • To Tat:
    • Cloverleaf Medallion
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Glamorous Garden Gloves
      by Ann Perry
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Decorated Sunglasses
      by Dorothy Montgomery
      Dressing Mixes
      by Sadie M. Saulet
      Baby Bibs
      by Mrs. Kavork Derderian
    • With the Cooks:
      • Grape Jam
      • Raspberry Jelly
      • Canning and Freezing Fruits
      • Cherry Sunshine Preserves
      • Garden Salad Ring
      • Tea Party Punch
      • Peach Honey
      • Tomato Catsup
      • Honey Sauce
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Daylily Culture
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Volume 24, Issue #11: August 1959
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Round Tablecloth(filet,cover)
    • Two Toned Doily
    • Shell Scallop Edge
    • Modern Chair Set
    • Polka Dot Edge
    • Oak Leaf Edge, Insertion(filet)
    • Hot Plate Mat, Napkin Holder
  • To Knit:
    • Child's Scarf
  • To Tat:
    • Flower Pin
    • Rickrack Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Netted Shopping Bag
  • Special Articles:
    • Make Shaded Roses
      by H. Fran Holmberg
    • How to Control Moths
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Wood Shaped by Nature
      by Leora O. Joy
      Sliding Clothespin Bags
      by Juliette Frazier
      Pomander Dolls
      by Mildred Chaffin
    • With the Cooks:
      • Canning, Freezing Vegetables
      • Dill Green Tomato Pickles
      • Mixed Pickles
      • Pickle Relish
      • Sweet Pickled Carrots
      • Peach Marmalade
      • Yellow Tomato Preserves
      • Old Fashion Macaroni Salad
      • Easy Orange Glazed Ham
      • Spiced Pears
    • Transplanting Oriental Poppies
      by Dorothy Kidd Sampson
    • Save the Ashes
      by Reba Robertson
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 24, Issue #12: September 1959
Page Count: 84
Notes: Issued with a red-line NUMO transfer sheet!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Square Mesh Doily
    • Waste Basket Cover
    • Pan Holder Trio(tomato, pear, colander)
    • Checkerboard Place Mat Ensemble
    • Eyelet Insert and Edge
    • Pretty Pansy Handkerchief Corner
  • To Knit:
    • Stole(cover)
    • Tiny Tot Sunsuit
  • To Tat:
    • Drop Edging
    • Heart Edge
    • Filmy Collar
  • Special Articles:
    • From Packing Case to Toy Chest
      by Olive Peabody
    • Pomanders Are Always Popular
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
    • Bud Vase
      by Garaldine Schrader
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Three Tier Birthday Cake, Santa Face(top right corner), small flower basket(below santa), Christmas Lantern(top left corner), poinsettia flowers(below lantern), Candy cane, Christmas Candle, Snowflakes(3), Star, Turkey, Bells(2 motifs), Halloween cat, bat and jack-o-lantern, harvest sheave
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Glittering Centerpieces
      by Kay Manners
      Beaded Earrings
      by Mrs. Gerald Corrigan
      Purses for Little Girls
      by Mrs. Edna Hauser
      Make-Believe Baby Sets
      by Mrs. Anne Maurer
    • With the Cooks:
      • Salmon Salad Sandwich
      • Roast Pork Filling
      • Beans in a Skillet
      • Soup Shake
      • Green Beans Au Gratin
      • Beef Bean Burgers
      • Breaded Luncheon Meat
      • Treasure Loaf
      • Chicken Pecan Filling
      • Old-Fashioned Cereal Bread
      • Hot Buttered Chowder
      • Quick Cottage Tuna
      • Green Tomato Mincemeat
      • Glazed Squash
      • Eggplant Casserole
      • Green Tomato Dill Pickles
    • Peony Culture
      by Molly Price
    • Corsages From the Roadside
      by Mavis Creamer
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Night Blooming Cereus, Challenging Camellias
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #1: October 1959
Page Count: 112
Notes: First full color cover, plus a set of color pages inside!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Northern Lights Tablecloth(cover)
    • American Beauty Apron and Place Mat
    • Daisy Fair Hostess Set
    • Sunburst Trio
    • Baby Ensemble
    • Ring-a-Round-Rug and Pillow
    • Kitten Pan Holder
    • Party Bib
    • Lounging Slippers
    • Four Leaf clover Handkerchief
    • Modern Napkin Edge
    • Pan Holder Trio(mushrooms, onion, turnip)
    • Baby Soaker
  • To Knit:
    • Cable Head Warmer
    • aby Soaker
  • To Tat:
    • Long Picot Edge
    • Loops of Chains Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Decorative Aprons
    • Embroidery Stitches
    • Versatile (embroidery)Motifs
    • Huck Weaving Designs
    • Church Embroidery
    • Tea Towel Ideas
    • Stuffed Toys(fish,bear,bunny,duck)
    • Cutwork Rose
    • Pillow Slip Designs
    • Cross Stitch Designs
  • Special Articles:
    • Knit It Yourself With Wool Week
    • Jewelry May Grow On Trees
      by Virginia R. Mayberry
    • Linen Storage With Decoupage Lid
      by Avon McCurdy
    • Did You Ever Make a Clove Apple?
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Packing Lunches
      by Mrs. John J. Prescott
      Holiday Stationery
      by Beulah Blundell
      Pheasant Jewelry and Hats
      by Mrs. C.R. Rongley
      Pajama Bunnies
      by Jeanette Wriedt
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cheese Tomato Puff
      • Cheesecake
      • Cheese Meat Balls with Spaghetti Sauce
      • Hot Cheese Frosted Sandwich Loaf
      • Cheese Corn Chowder
      • Potatoes and Peas Au Gratin
      • Meat and Vegetable Au Gratin
      • Cheese Scrambled Eggs
      • Maple Popcorn Balls
      • Southern Style Sweet Potatoes
      • Beet or Red Relish
      • Green Sweet Relish
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Spring Begins Now
      Orchids for You
      Dazzling Daffodils
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
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Volume 25, Issue #2: November 1959
Page Count: 80
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pineapple Ruffled Centerpiece(cover)
    • Filet Edge
    • Starflower Doily
    • Half Hat
  • To Knit:
    • Men's Sleeveless Pullover(wrong picture given, correct picture in Jan. 1960 issue, page 20)
    • Doily Set
    • Afghan
  • To Tat:
    • Shell Earrings
    • Picot Fancy Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • (cloth)Turtle Trio Apron and Pan HOlder
      by Valrie Geier
    • Pincushion Favorite
  • Special Articles:
    • Decorative Wreath
      by Rita E. Gazdag
    • Grow Your Own Christmas Decorations
      by Maurine Clements
    • Make Your Own Yule Tree Ornaments
      by Elizabeth W. Sudlow
    • Turkey Treat Container
      by Frances Mueller Callahan
    • Silver Bell Christmas Tree
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Special Centerpieces
      by Mrs. Charles Schlopkohl
      Shortening Knit Skirts
      by Marguerite Miller
      Personalized rugs
      by Helen Lemunyon
    • With the Cooks:
      • Butterscotch Pumpkin Pie
      • Holiday Sundae
      • Steamed Mince Pudding
      • Ice Cream-Mince Meat Pie
      • Pumpkin Pecan Pie
      • Thanksgiving Poultry
      • Orange Cups with Cranberry Sherbet
      • Roast Pheasant
      • Orange-Nut Stuffing for Roast Duckling
      • Soft Sorghum Cookies
      • Wild West Turkey and Oyster Pie
      • Old Fashion Cracklin' Bread
      • Meringue-Mincemeat Pie
    • African Violets
      by Henrietta A. Olliver
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Ivy for Planters
      Amaryllis
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 25, Issue #3: December 1959
Page Count: 52
Notes: Issued with a (8" x 19")red-line NUMO transfer sheet! "Home and Needlecraft For Pleasure and Profit" was dropped as the subtitle..

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Trimmed Bib
    • Oscar the Owl Toy
    • Filet Butterfly Insert
  • To Knit:
    • Lattice Lace Afghan(cover)
    • Tiny Child's Bolero
  • To Tat:
    • Edge and Insertion
  • Special Articles:
    • Santa's Goodie Sleigh
      by Elma Waltner
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • *NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Left to Right: Tiny Covered Wagon and Coyboy with Fiddle; Cowboy with Lasso on Galloping Horse; Shishkabob; Small stemmed roses; 5-point Star; Butler with serving platter; Stemmed Rose; Small Roses, Shamrock, Heart, Rose with Buds, Butterfly, Bluebells, hand mirrors, ornament; Waterlily;
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Holiday Buttons
      by Mildred Kenney
      Hanging Planters
      by Mildred Hughes
      Decorative Bobby Pins
      by Mrs. Bessie Cary
      Wash Cloth Shoes
      by Mary Lou Longmire
    • With the Cooks:
      • Beef Broth-Apple Soup
      • Tomato-Consommé
      • Fruit Stuffing for Duckling
      • Sausage Stuffing
      • Merry Christmas Pie
      • Cranberry-Applesauce Filling
      • Magic Fruit Cake
      • Holiday Salad Mold
      • Asparagus Mornay
      • Mincemeat Baked Alaska
      • Cranberry Christmas Tree Relish
      • Nesselrode Pie
      • Baked Date Pudding
      • Little Hickory Colonels
      • Green Bean Casserole
      • Cherry Delight
    • Christmas Cactus
      by Bernice Brilmayer
    • Christmas Poinsettias
      by Bernice Brilmayer
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      The Jade Plant
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 25/26, 1960: 12 Monthly Issues

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #4: January 1960
Page Count: 64
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Coverlet(cover)
    • Double Flower Edge
    • Daisy Lace
    • Diamond Doily
    • Pan Holder
    • Perky the Pussy Cat(toy)
  • To Knit:
    • Man's Vest
  • To Tat:
    • Oval Pillow Slip Medallion
    • Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Script Flower Monograms
    • Embroidery Stitches
    • Cat Lapel Pin(felt)
    • Patchwork Apron
  • Special Articles:
    • Pine Needle Tray
      by Evelyn A. McCormick
    • Grow a Tiny Garden
      by Wilma W. Baitsell
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Sweaters for Pets
      by Mrs. Leonard Langhorst
      Personal Pillow Slips
      by Gwendolyn Marshall
      Apple Dolls
      by Eva Rittenhouse
      Rose Patterned Towels
      by Jane Robinson
    • With the Cooks:
      • Wiener Bread
      • Dinner Rolls
      • Cheese Rounds
      • Prune and spice Bread
      • Quick Method Whole Wheat Bread
      • Tricks with Pancakes
      • Basic Dessert Pancakes
      • Coffee Pancake Rolls
      • Creamy Apple Desserts
      • Spicy Cream
      • Mincemeat Filled Pancakes
      • Peanut Prune Salad
      • Bacon and Liver Loaf
      • Wintergreen Cake
      • Green Beans with Cheese Cream Sauce
      • Graham Cracker Cup Cakes
    • Clematis
      by Dorothy Kidd Sampson
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Making Geraniums Bloom
      1960 Roses
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
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Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #5: February 1960
Page Count: 100
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pineapple Tablecloth(cover)
    • Crochet Cord
    • Carriage Robe
    • Filet Edge
    • Yucca Medallion Vanity Set
  • To Knit:
    • Multi-color Baby Set
    • Leaf Pattern Bedspread
    • Antique Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Heart Applique
    • Easy Block Edge
    • 3" Sq. Motif for TV Scarf(hairpin lace)
    • Pink and White Edge
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Embroidery Stitches
    • Huck Weaving
  • Special Articles:
    • Make Your Own Hand Lotion
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
    • Valentine Centerpiece
      by Frances M. Callahan
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Net Caps
      by Mary Langhorst
      Bath Sets
      by Mrs. R.E. Wood
    • With the Cooks:
      • Shrimp Marinara
      • Corn in Hash Nest
      • chicken Noodle Dinner
      • Lamb Stew With Parsley noodles
      • Corned Beef Dinner
      • Chipped Beef in a Ring
      • Fish Fillets Creole
      • Turkey-Broccoli Supper
      • Steak Supper
      • Chicken Breasts en Casserole
      • Baked Lamb with Cornmeal Biscuits
      • Turkey Curry
      • Creole Frankfurters with Corn Muffin Topping
      • Cherry Pudding
      • Hot Cherry Sauce
      • Celery Seed Dressing
      • Beet Pickles in a Jiffy
      • Kidney Bean Salad
      • Peanut Butter cookies
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Waterlilies
      Fuchsias
      Gladiolus
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #6: March 1960
Page Count: 88
Notes: Issued with a red-line NUMO sheet!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Striped Kitchen Set
    • Pineapple Apron
    • Church Lace(filet)
    • Greek Key Tablecloth(filet)
    • Lamp Shade Cover
  • To Knit:
    • Stockinette and Lace Baby Ensemble(cover)
    • Girl's Cardigan
  • To Tat:
    • Simple Rings Edge
    • Ring and Petal Edge
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Teddy Bear of the Weekday, double heart motif(bottom right corner)
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Three Dimensional Place Cards
      by Mary K. Endsley
      St. Patrick's Carnations
      by Mrs. James P. Lacy
    • With the Cooks:
      • Herb Buttered Noodles with Cottage Cheese
      • Gold Rush Meat Balls with Noodles
      • Chicken-Macaroni Casserole
      • Hamburger and Poppy Seed Noodles
      • Lamb and Noodle Casserole
      • Baked Pork Chops and Noodles
      • Beef-Pork Spaghetti Sauce
      • Ground Beef and Spaghetti
      • Macaroni and Cheese
      • Noodle Cheese Custard with Vegetables
      • Chipped Beef Casserole
      • Scalloped Corn
      • Early American Pear Pie
      • Strawberry Jam Cupcakes
      • Fiesta Beet Salad
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      African Violets
      Vegetable Garden
      Patience Plant
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 25, Issue #7: April 1960
Page Count: 68
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • "Tulip Garden" Doily(cover)
    • Mountain Monkeys Toy
    • "'Neath the Stars" Bedspread
    • Stripe Rug and Basket Cover
    • Chair Set
  • To Knit:
    • Lacy Leaf Edge
  • To Tat:
    • Flower Pin
    • Tatted Fringe
    • Rippled Clover Leaf Edge
  • Special Articles:
    • Decorating Easter Eggs
      by Eleanor Brown
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Picture Plates
      by Mrs. Guster Kinneth
      Bed Spreads with a Message
      by Lillian Racette
    • With the Cooks:
      • Herb Cheese Bread
      • Special Macaroni and Cheese Casserole
      • Fish Sauce
      • Shrimpburgers
      • Tabasco Butter Sauce for Fish
      • Cottage Cheese Sweet Rolls
      • Stuffing for Crown Roast of Lamb
      • Bavarian Cream Chapeau
      • Spinach Rice Ring
      • Jellied Cucumber-Cabbage Salad
      • Baked Asparagus
      • Apricot Delight
      • Blueberry Dessert
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Plant Mums Now
      How to Grow Strawberries
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
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Volume 25, Issue #8: May 1960
Page Count: 48
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Starlight Stole(cover)
    • Greek Key Doily(filet,Irish)
    • Simple Circle Medallion
    • Scalloped Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Baby Set
    • Lace
  • To Tat:
    • Dainty Edge
    • Jewelry(with rhinestones)
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Netted Hammock
    • Embroidery Stitches
  • Special Articles:
    • Rainbow Maybasket
      by Frances M. Callahan
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Fish Beach Bag
      by Mrs. Pauline Cundra
      Plant Pots
      by Jean McLean
    • With the Cooks:
      • Oven Beef Stew
      • Shepherd's Pie
      • Vegetable Beef Casserole
      • Pot Roast with Herbs
      • Swiss Steak with Sour Cream Sauce
      • Herb Butter for Vegetables
      • Molasses Tomato Dunking Sauce
      • Cheese Balls
      • Strawberry Dessert
      • Rhubarb Dessert
      • Raspberry Dream-Delight
      • Rhubarb Jam
      • Strawberry Fluff
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Landscape with Iris
      Caladiums for Color
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #9: June 1960
Page Count: 52
Notes: Issued with a red-line NUMO sheet!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Bedspread Insertion(cover)
    • Flower Pan Holder
    • Pillbox Hat and Bag
    • Decorative Tray Cloth Motif
    • Pillow Slip Edge
    • Rickrack and Scallop Edge
  • To Knit:
    • Infant Socks
  • To Tat:
    • Flowers & Picots Doily
    • Forget-Me-Not Edging
  • Miscellaneous:
    • How to Use Designs
  • Special Articles:
    • Sachet From Your Garden
      by Avon McCurdy
    • Disguised Sink - Outdoor Pool
      by Bernice Brilmayer
    • Pint-Sized Graduate
      by Frances M. Callahan
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Top left: scalloped floral border, small fleur de lis; below them: clover border with bees, dogwood border; to right of borders: "Mr" "Mrs" small cherry bunch, two sea horses together, cat outline, cattails to cross-stitch; Farthest righ: floral sprig with 3 birds, flower basket with bow and butterfly
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Stamp Flowers
      by Mrs. Cecil Ritchey
      Baby Comforter
      by Florence K. Mattos
    • With the Cooks:
      • Zuchini in Sour Cream
      • Curry Buttered Potatoes
      • Greens-Vegetables-Grapefruit Salad
      • French Dressing
      • Fresh Berries
      • Strawberry Parfait
      • Fruit Medley
      • Fresh Fruit Dessert
      • Rhubarb Jam
      • Strawberry Preserves
      • Peach Preserves
      • Strawberry jam
      • Tomato Preserves
      • Grape Conserve
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Ferns Garden and House Plants
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
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Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #10: July 1960
Page Count: 52
Notes: First time in a long time there was no tatting pattern...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Pineapple Chair Set(cover)
    • Toy Lion
    • Dewdrop Edge and Insert
  • To Knit:
    • Sweater
    • Chignon Cap
    • Pincushion
  • Special Articles:
    • Sun Baked Flowers
      by Leona Wolfe
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Kitty Carpets
      by Mrs. H.G. Phillips
      Coin Socks
      by Mary Langhorst
      Pan Holders
      by Mrs. J.B. Willis
    • With the Cooks:
      • Strawberry Jam
      • Blueberry Jam
      • Blackberry Cordial
      • Broccoli
      • Peaches
      • Syrup
      • Grape Butter
      • Fig Jam
      • Watermelon Preserves
      • Cantaloupe Marmalade
      • Peach Conserve
      • Zucchini Casserole
    • Preserve the Scent from Your Garden
      by Jewell Casey
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Hydrangeas for Show
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
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Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #11: August 1960
Page Count: 68
Notes: Again, no tatting pattern...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Versatile Pineapple Doily(cover)
    • Fleur De Lis Filet Edge
    • Crochet Gloves
    • Hat and Bag
    • Aster Wash Cloth Pan Holder
  • To Knit:
    • Baby Cardigan
    • Knit Lace and Insertion
  • Special Articles:
    • Woven Place Mat
    • Blue Flame Fireplace Logs(newspaper)
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
    • Bottle Doll Doorstop
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Spool Caddies
      by Louise Swanson
      Beach Shrugs
      by Mrs. Betty Rovedo
      Glitterbags
      by Mrs. Leonard Langhorst
      Painted Scarves
      by Marjorie Thomas
    • With the Cooks:
      • Egg and Baked Bean Salad
      • Open Fire Hash Browned Potatoes
      • Picnic Beans and Cheese
      • Ham Salad Filling
      • Outdoor Beef Stew
      • Relish Molds
      • Cheese Hamburgers
      • Penuche Squares
      • Herb French Bread
      • Summer Squash Parmesan
      • Cheese and Chutney Sandwiches
      • Grape Jam
      • Country Club Punch
      • Piccalilli
      • Orange Marmalade
      • Red Flannel Pickles
    • Magic Lily of China
      by Catherine Hastings
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Lawns Are Valuable
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
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Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 25, Issue #12: September 1960
Page Count: 88
Notes: Issued with a red-line NUMO sheet!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • 55" Round Floral Tablecloth(filet)
    • 20" Round Greek Key Doily(filet,Irish crochet)
    • Rose Center Pan Holder
  • To Knit:
    • 14" Anemone Doily(cover)
    • Doll's Cardigan
    • Boy's Sweater(sizes 6(8,10))
  • To Tat:
    • 8x15" Butterfly & Medallions Doily
    • Block Edge
    • Curtain Pull(bone ring)
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Huck Weaving
    • Needlepoint Doorstops
  • Special Articles:
    • Autumn Leaf Plaques
      by Elma Waltner
    • Dressed Up Flower Pot
      by Helen Daley
    • Make Your Own Laundry Soap
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
    • Turn Old Bottles Into Beauties
      by Ramona Smith
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Script monogram alphabet; Cutwork grapes and leaves, pond lily, hexagram ornament; 3 scallop borders;
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Gift Tags and Stationery
      by Joan B. Smith
      Reversible Aprons
      by Violet B. Gonder
      Doll Beds
      by unknown
    • With the Cooks:
      • Orange Juice Egg Nog
      • Apple Tapioca
      • Cream Filled Waffles
      • Vanilla Cream Filling
      • Hot Butter Syrup
      • Orange Cranberry Punch
      • Salmon Loaf-Peas Bake
      • Florentines
      • Oriental Beef Stew
      • Spicy Coconut Bars
      • Shrimp Soup Dip
      • 14 Day Pickles(E.Hess)
      • Harvest Corn Relish(M.Armstrong)
      • Crystallized Green Tomato Pickles(O.B.Nelson)
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Wild Flowers
      Plant Bulbs Now
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
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Volume 26, Issue #1: October 1960
Page Count: 100
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Circle Doily
    • Picot and Star Motif
    • Cloverleaf Edge
    • Chain Knot Edge
    • Star Doily
  • To Knit:
    • Raglan Cardigan(cover)
    • Socks and Mittens
    • Ear Muffs and Mitts
    • Baby Set
  • To Tat:
    • Loops of Rings Edge
    • Flower Edge
    • Handkerchief Edge
  • Special Articles:
    • Rugs From Woolen Strips
      by Avon McCurdy
    • Make Your Own Toilet Soap
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
    • Glamour Sweaters
      by Evelyn Mayson
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Simulated Bittersweet
      by Mrs. Joe E. Leggero
      Designed Notebooks
      by Vera Lund Praast
      Baby Bootees
      by Mrs. J.N. Tobey
      Baby Powder Containers
      by Mrs. Donald O. Otto
    • With the Cooks:
      • Cottage Cheese Scalloped Potatoes
      • Succotash
      • Caraway Cheese Muffins
      • Macaroni and Cheese Souffle
      • Tropical Cottage Cheese Salad
      • Baked Broccoli and Cream Cheese
      • Barbecue-Cheese Potatoes
      • Corn Cheese Casserole
      • Welsh Rabbit
      • Meaty Green Salad
      • Cheese and Fruit Dessert Tray
      • Cheese Souffle
      • Raspberry Cheese Cake
      • Cheese Salad Straws
      • Celery au Gratin
      • Cheese Clam Dip
      • Corn Salad
      • Piccalilli
      • Relish Spread
      • Vegetable Chop Relish
    • Wax Begonias
      by Bernice Brilmayer
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Mulching Materials
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Volume 26, Issue #2: November 1960
Page Count: 84
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Centerpiece(cover)
    • Round Rug in Crocheted Weaving
    • Leisure Lovelies Slippers
    • Toaster cover(carriage,house scene)
    • Greek Key Doily
    • Gem Edging
    • Open Fan Edging
  • To Knit:
    • Ladies' Cardigan
    • Rompers
  • To Tat:
    • Spring Charm Applique, Edging
    • 1.5" Sq. Motif for Chair Set
  • Special Articles:
    • Make your Own Plant
      by E.B. Dykes Beachy
    • Winter Bouquets
    • Ribbon Magic
    • Outdoor Planter
      by Gertrude Springer
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Christmas Kissing Rings
      by Mrs. H.C. Baird
      Lollipop Aprons
      by Ruth Dillingham
      Tissue Cases
      by Mrs. Guy Price
      Poinsettia Plates
      by Betty Teeter
      Paper Weights
      by Mrs. D.O. LePelley
    • With the Cooks:
      • Vegetables in Tomatoes
      • Scalloped Potatoes
      • Frenched Beans and Mushrooms
      • Cauliflower with Walnuts
      • Vegetable Pilaf
      • Herb Butter for Green Beans
      • Frozen cut Corn with Onion Butter
      • Lima Beans with Parmesan
      • Zucchini Casserole
      • Green Beans and Asparagus Casserole
      • Fruit Punch Salad
      • Mint Pear Salad
      • Fruit and Cottage Cheese Ring
      • Cranberry Salad
      • Favorite Fruit Salad
      • Green Gage Plum Salad
      • Vegetables in Tomatio Aspic
      • Mixed Vegetable Salad
      • Cranberry Pineapple Relish
      • Pralines
      • T.V. Snacks
      • Mince Meat Cooky Recipe
      • Apple Cake
    • Old Fashioned House Plants
      by Bernice Brilmayer
    • Protect That Climbing Rose
      by Betty Brinhart
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Flowers That Bloom In the Snow
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 26, Issue #3: December 1960
Page Count: 56
Notes: Issued with a red-line NUMO transfer sheet!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • To Crochet:
    • Tablecloth(cover)
    • Prairie Edge
    • Loop Stitch Baby Set
    • Flower & Leaf Spray Applique
    • Star Flower Doily
  • To Knit:
    • Adult Mittens
    • Bolero
    • Cuffs
  • To Tat:
    • 1.75" Sq. Motif for Tea Cloth
  • Special Articles:
    • Making Caramels
      by Katherine Roe
    • Make Your Own Bubble Bath
      by Geraldine Rhodes
  • DEPARTMENTS:
    • NUMO Transfer Sheet:
      Top Left: 1/2 Snowflake, Roses, Barking Poodle; Middle: Open Fan, Girl in bloomers and unspecified skirt holding flower, water bucket and corn, crown, bee; Far Right: Pitcher with fruit bowl, tea kettle with plate, butterfly, 3 Snowflakes;
    • Women Who Make Cents:
      Nylon Net Christmas Tree
      by Mary Lou Longmire
      Birthday Cakes
      by Mrs. Russell Baldwin
      Wash Cloth Dolls
      by Mrs. Anne Maurer
      Snappy Bibs
      by Marilyn E. Rager
    • With the Cooks:
      • christmas Mince Meat Cakes
      • Frosted Date Mounds
      • Dutchy
      • Toffee Nut Bars
      • Banana Oatmeal Cookies
      • Snowdrops
      • Swedish Tea Ring
      • Fruit Cake in Fruit Shells
      • Magic Fruit Cake
      • Cottage Cheese Rolls
      • Cream Candy
      • Orange-Cranberry Muffins
      • Uncooked Fruit Candy
      • Pecan Rolls
      • "No Bake" Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies
    • Beloperone Guttata
      by Gladys Reed Robinson
    • Flower and Garden Forum:
      Gift Plants
      by Mr. C.L. Quear
    • Have You Heard About:
      New Products
    • Classified Ads
    • Junior Workbasket:
      Kids' Projects
    • Basket of Books
  • No Patterns/Transfers Advertised
  • PATTERNS/TRANSFERS FOR SALE:
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