Star Needlework Journal Vol 8 No. 4 Dated 1923

Here we have Star Needlework Journal Vol 8 No. 4 , dated 1923. The original cover price was only 10 cents. The cover art on this magazine is charming- it shows a cozy art deco style breakfast nook. This issue has some spectacular patterns for knitting, embroidery, tatting and crocheting.

Contents of this issue:

  • To finish the matter- a crocheted- pretty lace edgings for clothing or linens.
  • Crocheted motifs to satisfy most any need.
  • When glass toweling reigns in the breakfast nook
  • A Bit of Gay Color and a Few Stitches.
  • Ideal For Children’s Wear or Lingerie- tatting- tatted edgings- one for handkerchiefs that has a turned corner & A baby bonnet.
  • Gifts For His Majesty King Baby- embroidered crib cover & crocheted bunny bag.
  • For the Daily Work- Knitting pattern for a baby afghan, and a tatted baby bonnet.
  • Filet Crochet May Be Simple Or More Complicated- 2 different tea cloth designs.
  • Diagrams Make it so Easy To Copy a Filet Crochet Design
  • Dainty Gifts Which Delight The Housewife- towels and hot dish mats.
  • A New Cover For the Buffet- great big Art Deco florals decorate this fun design.
  • Dainty Gifts Fashioned By Nimble Fingers- hankies, and a cap.
  • For a Cool Day and A Very Chilly One- pretty vintage sweaters to knit.
  • Yokes For a Nightgown and a Camisole- crocheted
  • A Practical Scarf and pillow For the Library- crocheted insertions
  • An Apron is Always a Welcome Gift- 3 different designs, embroidered.
  • To Help the Over-worked Pages
  • The back cover is an ad for other Star books that were available at the time.
  • This issue of Star Needlework Journal originally came with embroidery transfers stapled into the centerfold of the magazine.
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