Stitchery with shaded floss. Cross stitch & embroidery.
A Navajo Ceremonial Blanket accurately reproduced in crochet
Chair Sets Done in Sample Fashion
A Dainty Tatted Bonnet
Mapleton Lace worked in filet crochet- includes chart for working
The Junior Needlecrafter- an embroidery club for girls- how to do buttonhole stitch for cutwork embroidery; a pet penwiper that is in the form of a cute little dog; a maple leaf doily in cutwork
A School For Tapestry Weaving- includes an illustration that is so very art deco- it shows a weaving class in progress and the article that goes with it is fascinating.
On your nicest refreshment set- use morning glories in dainty appliqué
2 ½ pages of fashion illustrations
Food Facts For Home Folks- cooking, recipes, tips, etc
The inside back cover of the magazine is and ad for cutwork linens- tablecloth, napkin, towel, scarf, sheet, pillowcases- the stamped embroideries were available on linen for prices you would not believe. The designs are absolutely gorgeous. If you are into cutwork you could consider enlarging the designs on the photocopier or on the computer because they would make really nice projects- these designs are as lovely now as they were when the ad was first published- the designs have definitely stood the test of time!
The back cover of the magazine is a color ad for Listerine.
Where To Buy the September 1933 Issue of Needlecraft Magazine:
Ebay: if there are any copies listed for auction, they will appear below. If not, you will see a note about no items matching your search terms.
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You might also be able to find the Sept. 1933 Needlecraft Magazine for sale in ebay stores. As of the last time I checked, there were 2 different copies available, so it is worth taking a look if you are interesting in buying this issue.