Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. VI, October 1914, No. 2.

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Original publisher's beige wrapper with an article and illustration of two women in dresses and feathered hats on front cover. 11" x 15 1/2." Twenty-three pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Pages and covers are very clean and intact overall. A bit of dampstaining at the top edge not affecting text. Small tear at the top margins of the pages not affecting text. Page 11 has a tear on the side. Back cover has an advertisement for Cream of Wheat that shows Uncle Tom. 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: "Fashion's Progress" by Dora Douglas, "Some Pretty Belts and Bags," [multiple sewing models submitted by different people] "Some New Centerpieces" by Frances Howland, "A Belated Honeymoon" by Eleanor H. Porter, "Embroidery for the Household" by Frances Howland, "A Choice of Tunic Costumes," "Smart Street Costumes," "Garments for Home and Street Wear," "House-Dresses and Negligee," "Needlecraft's Gift Box" [multiple sewing models submitted by different people], "Norwegian Lace" by Lillius Hilt, "Hallowe'en Dinner" by Mary Harrod Northend [recipes for Bouillon, Fish in Ramekins, Black-Cat Jelly, Mysterious Caldrons, Brown-Bats, and Moon-Faces], "Garments for Various Purposes," "Suggestions for School-Dresses [children's wear], "Needlecrafters' Own Page" [multiple sewing models submitted by different people], "Designs for Autumn Neckwear" by Addie May Rodwell, "Misses' Costumes Built on New Lines," "Novelties for Boys and Girls," and "The Art of Dressing" by Dora Douglas.