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The Workbasket and Home Arts Magazine March 1976 (No 6 Vol 41) (edition 1976)

by Mary Ida Sullivan

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Title:The Workbasket and Home Arts Magazine March 1976 (No 6 Vol 41)
Authors:Mary Ida Sullivan
Info:The Workbasket
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Tags:Knit, Crochet, Tat, Garden, Food, Magazine

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The Workbasket and Home Arts Magazine (March 1991 Vol. 56, No. 3) by Mary Ida Sullivan

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crafts (1) crochet (4) food (4) garden (4) knitting (4) magazine (5) TAT (4)
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TO CROCHET:

Man's Pullover Vest
Child's Sleeveless Slipover
Ruffled Baby Set
Sweater Set
by Susan L. Kraus
Textured Cardigan

TO KNIT:

Little Girl's Dress/Cardigan(cover)
by Mary Martin
Wrap Cardigan
Men's Socks
Stripe Sweater Blouse
Place Mat and Gingham Napkin

TO TAT:

Coaster

MISCELLANEOUS:

Pillow in Needlepoint
by Solweig Hedin
Plastic Crystals Give Stained Glass Appearance
by Willard and Elma Waltner
"Eyes of God" Mobile
Child's Decoupage Purse
  Croyarnster | Jan 5, 2013 |
TO CROCHET:

Round Serving Mat
Girl's Playsuit
Man's Stripe-Trim Cardigan
Camisole and Cardigan
Toddler's Vest

TO KNIT:

Slipover Sweater(cover)
by Barbara Aytes
Striking Poncho - Variagated Yarn
by Ellen Riemenschneider
Baby's Ensemble
by Erika Loeb
Sweater Set
Child's Sweater, Mock Cable

TO TAT:

Napkin Ring

MISCELLANEOUS:

Felt Flag(cover)
by Mrs. Wm. Koch
Parrot Panel Tote Bag
by Mrs. Leo Lowbeer
Rose Beads
Giant Star(crepe paper)
Make a "Rag Shag"
Wastebasket Appliques
by Marilyn Estes Smith
  Croyarnster | Jan 5, 2013 |
TO CROCHET:

Belted Tunic Vest
Envelope Purse
Flower-Trimmed Blouse
Jiffy Cardigan

TO KNIT:

Bicentennial Pullover
Mother/Daughter Tyrolean Sweaters
by Erika Loeb
Man's Raglan Sleeve Pullover
by Mary Martin
Butterfly Stitch Pullover
by Mrs. Ralph Van Niman
Short Sleeve Cardigan/Pullover

TO TAT:

15" 2-color Lavender Flower Doily

MISCELLANEOUS:

Quilting
"Happy Face" Pansy Plaques
  Croyarnster | Jan 5, 2013 |
TO CROCHET:

Afghan in Strips and Squares(cover)
Jacket
Pan Holder
Shawl Collar Jacket and Cap

TO KNIT:

Boy's V-Neck Slipover
by Kay Bowe
Infant's Ensemble
by Kay Bowe
Girl's Poncho and Cap
by Margaret Holland
Fancy Wrap Sweater

TO TAT:

Collar

MISCELLANEOUS:

Toy Dog(cloth)
Santa Tote Bag
by Mrs. Leo Lowbeer
  Croyarnster | Jan 5, 2013 |
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1974 November Vol 40, # 2 Crochet Variegated Afghan in Stripes &Squares
1974 November Vol 40, # 2 Crochet Short Sleeve Jacket with Collar 5
1974 November Vol 40, # 2 Crochet Pan Holder 1974 November Vol 40, # 2 Crochet Shawl Collar Short Sleeve Jacket & cap
1974 November Vol 40, # 2 Tatting Tatted Collar 1974 November Vol 40, # 2 Knit Boy's V-Neck Raglan Pullover
1974 November Vol 40, # 2 Women Who Make Cents 18 Illustration
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