Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. XXVI, February 1935, No. 6.

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Original publisher's multicolored wrapper with an illustration by Maud Tousey Fangel of a baby lying on linens. 10 1/4" x 13 1/4." Thirty-four pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Address stamp in upper-left margin of front cover. Black and white image measuring 11 3/4" x 9" of dog with a kitten between its forepaws laid-in (credited to the Elliott Service Co., N.Y. and appears to be cut along the edges). Inside of front cover has a black and white advertisement for Listerine. On inside of back cover is a multicolored ad for a sewing model of a quilt that shows the United States map decorated with flowers and butterflies. On the back cover is a multicolored ad for the Olson Rug Company. Pages 11, 15, and 17 feature comic-strip-style ads for Lux soap, Postum (a caffeine-free alternative to coffee; comic titled "Jerry Gets His Job Back), and Rinso soap, respectively 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: "Mrs. Wilson Goes Needlecrafting in London" by Florence Yoder Wilson, "Darning on a Filet Crochet" by Christine Ferry and E. Marion Stevens, "Hooked Rugs for Bedrooms in the Floral Designs of the Victorian Era" by Christine Ferry nd Elizabeth E. Morse, "Needlework of Bulgarian Inspiration" by Christine Ferry and Louise Chrimes, "A Filet Chair-Back with Conventional Bell-Flower Motif : An Interesting Project for Junior Crocheters" designed by Mary Card, "Gay Quilts for Coverlets" by Eveline Johnson and Lydia Brigham, "Refreshing Originality and Striking Color Contrasts Will Make These Brilliantly Embroidered Peasant Linens Popular," "Food Facts for Home Folks" by Anne Pierce [recipes for Chicken a la President, Lobster Canapes, Frozen Tomato Chicken Salad, and Inverted Carrot Cake], "Does Your Living Room Need a Tonic?" by Agnes Heisler Barton, "The Junior Needlecrafters: An Embroidery Club for Girls" by Constance Evelyn, "A Two-Color Blouse in Crochet: Smart New Model Featuring an Attractive Square Yoke and Epaulettes," "New Flashes" from a Needle-Minded New Yorker, "Centerpiece with Tatted Border" designed by Ida Scheel, "Things to Make for Little Folks" by Laura F. Moss, "A Morning-Glory Fence for Your Favorite Window," "Answered by the Editor," "Knitted Three-Piece Set," "Giving the Garden a Running Start" by F. F. Rockwell, "Pattern Service," and "The Piece Bag" by Amy V. Richards.