Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. V, November 1913, No. 3.

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Original publisher's beige wrapper with an article and black and white reprinted photograph of a table cloth on the front cover. 11" x 15 1/2." Thirty-one pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Back cover has an advertisement for Crofts and Reed Company. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. 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: "The Embroidered Table-Cover" by Elinor May Haviland, "Pretty and Attractive Novelties in Crochet" by Mrs. A. O. L., "With His Own Eyes" by Louis Betts Edwards, "The Trend of Fashion" by Dora Douglas, "Chamber Linens" by Sarah Bates Godfrey, "Answered by the Editor," "Four Smart Frocks Suitable for Afternoon Wear," "Heavy Embroideries in Color" by Helen Mueller Ward, "A Budget of Christmas Novelties" by Florence Ingalls, "Stylish Garments for the Young Girl," "Useful Garments for Morning Wear," "The M. M. C. C." by Dorothy Doolittle, "Gifts Which Men Will Like" by Mary B. Hazelton, "Piano-Scarf in Madeira Embroidery" by Leona Bush, "Needlecrafters' Own Page," "Tatted Collars for Dress or Coat," "A Bonbon-Doily in Novelty and Crochet" by Mrs. C. K. Newman, "Pretty Designs in Knitted Lace," "Insertion and Medallion in Coronation-Braid and Crochet" by Mrs. Ruth Bell, "Embroidered Gifts," "A Very of Suitable Designs," "Two Useful Garments," "For the Autumn Bride and Flower-Girl," "The Art of Dressing" by Dora Douglas, "Pretty Garments for the Girl and Boy," and "Garments for the Young."