Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. XXV, February 1934, No. 6.

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Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Original publisher's multicolored wrapper with a reprinted photograph of Bulgarian embroidery. 10 1/4" x 13 1/4." Thirty-four pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Inside of front cover has a black and white advertisement for Listerine. On inside of back cover is a multicolored advertisement for Burpee's Giant Zinnias, and on the back cover is a multicolored ad for the Olson Rug Company. Pages 11 and 17 have comic-strip-style ads for Rinso and Lux soaps, respectively. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Only slight tearing on part of front cover's right edge. Address stamp in upper-left margin of front cover. A monthly magazine featuring sewing projects and ideas, the latest trends of the time, and home and life advice. The following are the articles in this issue: "Up and Down Fifth Avenue: When You Go Places and See Things in Dear Old New York; Studies and Stories, Fashions and Gossip at First Hand," "Couch Cushions and Slip Cover: Developed in the Versatile Machine Craft" designed by E. Marion Stevens, "Needlework Done with Crewels" designed by Mildred Mowll, "For Valentine Bridge Parties" designed by Marie E. Ivins, "Priceless Heirlooms of Tomorrow" by Eveline Johnson and Lydia Brigham, "Swanky Knitteds: Never Were Knitted Suits and Dresses More Popular or Styles More Smartly Wearable," "Gay Afghans" by Grace H. Bibber, "Food Facts for Home Folks" by Anne Pierce [recipes for Corn and Sausage Fritters; an onion dish; French Dressing; Shrimp, Crab Tuna Salad, Pot Roast, and Baked Pork Chops], "A Painter of Babies Reveals Her Technique" by Florence Yoder Wilson, "Gay Confetti Rug: A New Version of the Old Button Mat" by Edith Lawrence, "Why Not Be Modern: A Glimpse at the Modern Trend in Household Furnishings as Displayed at A Century of Progress" by Agnes Heisler Barton, "A Hardanger Table-Cover" designed by Gladys Forbush, "The Junior Needlecrafters: An Embroidery Club for Girls" by Constance Evelyn, "Bedspread Designs in Crochet: From Yugoslavia" by Anne Primich, "The Piece Bag" by Amy V. Richards, "What Other Needleworkers Have Found Out," and "Abundant Bloom from Limited Space" by F. F. Rockwell.