Home Arts Needlecraft Magazine. Vol. VI, January 1915, No. 5.

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Original publisher's beige wrapper with an article and a black and white reprinted photograph of a Madeira embroidered square. 11" x 15 1/2." Twenty-three pages, complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Back cover features a Cream of Wheat advertisement showing the Cream of Wheat chef in a kitchen with a parrot. Four full-page ads on Pages 28-31 for Needlecraft's magazine subscription and premium products. 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: "A Square in Madeira Embroidery" by Candace Wilson Mabie, "Centerpieces in White Embroidery" by Emilie J. Fox, "Conterpanes an Borders" by Mrs. Lena Fay, "Goldilocks" by Lucille Baldwin Van Slyke, "Embroideries for the Household" by Elinor May Haviland, "Answered by the Editor," "A Table-Set of Simple, Attractive Design" by Mrs. Betsey Hutchinson, "New Coat-Sets and Collar" by Gertrude Goodwin, "Stylish Designs for Everyday Use," "Up-to-Date Garments for Afternoon Wear," "The Necessary Garments," "Practical Dresses for Street-Wear," "Three Practical Garments," "For the Small Girl and Boy," "Needlecrafters' Own Page," "An Unusual Library-Set" by Inez Redding, "The Art of Dressing" by Dora Douglas, "What Other Needlecrafters Have Found Out," "Pretty Things for the Babies" by Addies M. Bodwell, "Our New-Year's Dinner" by Isabelle Clark Swezy [recipes for cooking turkey, Cranberry-Molds, Poultry-Stuffing, Oyster Cocktail, Deception Pies, Mock-Goose, and Fruit Salad], "Fancy Patterns for Knitted Sweaters" by Lillius Hilt, "Some Interesting Designs in Tatting," "Some Useful Winter Comforts" by Ethel H. Stetson, "A Negligee and Maternity-Gown," and "Serviceable Garments."