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Simplicity Fashion News, 1973 July by Simplicity Pattern Co. Inc.

Needlecraft Magazine, 1928 October

Montgomery Ward, 1946 Spring and Summer by Montgomery Ward & Co. Inc.

Advance Fashion News, 1938 October by Advance Pattern Company Inc.

Vogue Patterns, 1975 March/April by Butterick Fashion Marketing Company A Division of American Can Company

Vogue Patterns, 1974 March/April by Butterick Fashion Marketing Company A Division of American Can Company

The Delineator, 1912 September by The Butterick Publishing Company

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About meI am a professional costume technician (since 1998) and am currently employed as a First Hand in the costume shop at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater. I have experience as a Draper, First Hand, Stitcher, and Tailor. I have also done work for Writers' Theatre, The Guthrie Theater, The Goodman Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre, Skylight Music Theatre, The Milwaukee Ballet, American Players Theatre, Optimist Theatre, Virginia Opera, and Renaissance Entertainment Productions - Bristol Renaissance Faire. In addition to my costume background in the world of professional theatre I have experience with industrial sewing; stitching Naugahyde and vinyl seat covers, nylon golf bags, American flags and other large banner type items for a local Milwaukee company during my summer lay-offs. Historical fashion and clothing are two of my passions. I am a collector of vintage clothing and accessories, antique and vintage books, manuals, and ephemera relating to the needle arts and fashion. I am involved in living history and reenacting and am a member of the WWII Historical Re-Enactment Society, Inc. and the Warbirds Living History Group. I am a knitter, a gardening enthusiast, aviation enthusiast (proud EAA member), an amateur/hobbyist photographer, and I also collect and enjoy using vintage cameras (I love film!).

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Favorite authorsJanet Arnold, Jane Austen, Kate Chopin, John Irving, Jack Kerouac, Gabriel García Márquez, Claire B. Shaeffer (Shared favorites)

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Currently readingQuiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain

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I have no idea how this site works. I see you have a bunch of Red Cross WWII era knitting patterns listed in your library. How does one go about getting a copy of those patterns?
Another cover uploaded you may want to grab:

Needlecraft the Magazine of Home Arts, July 1931

Cheers-

vintage_books
Another cover uploaded you may want to grab:

Needlecraft Magazine, the Magazine of Home Arts. June 1929

Cheers-

vintage_books
Hi-

I just uploaded the cover to

Needlecraft Magazine, January 1924

in case you want to grab it.

Happy Holidays!

vintage_books
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