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Perma Magazine Files Perma Magazine Files (letter size) 4”w x 11 ½”h x 9”d $4.00/pack

Perma Magazine Files (letter size) 4”w x 11 ½”h x 9”d Attractive granite pattern, heavy corrugated construction folded flat. (Easy to Assemble) Economical filing for magazines with open style for easy reference. (2) Magazine files are packaged in cellophane. (I have 3 packs) $4.00 per pack of (2) file boxes

3. *101 Sewing Secrets by Singer $3.00

   3. *101 Sewing Secrets by Singer; (Singer Sewing Reference Library) DeCosse Inc., 1989, 128p. Includes industry sewing techniques, such as faster flat-fell seams, easier tab plackets, and neatly finished zipper closures; copying ready-made garments without a pattern by using the “rub-Off” method; creating one-of-a-kind garments with silk flower appliqués, striped fabrics, and your own machine-embroidered lace; and more 

4. Afghans by the Dozen by Anne Halliday $5.00

4. Afghans by the Dozen by Anne Halliday; Leisure Arts ; 1996, 26p.  Anne Halliday has outdone herself with these 12 ripple afghan designs. All 12 are uniquely different in style and color. Whether your décor is traditional or contemporary you'll find an afghan in this leaflet to suit your taste.  Afghan patterns include: Romantic Ripple; Nostalgic Ripple; Amethyst Ripple; Casual Ripple; Peaceful Ripple; Timeless Ripple; Cozy Ripple; Classic Ripple; Country Ripple; Regal Ripple; Garden Ripple; Ranch Ripple  

5. Country Ribbon Crafts: Delightful projects using easy techniques by Cookie Lyday $2.50

5. Country Ribbon Crafts: Delightful projects using easy techniques by Cookie Lyday; Sterling Pub., 1994, 142p. (Out of Print)(Projects include Floral Jewelry, Napkin Rings, Wedding Accessories; Garden Accessories; Country Christmas & Home Décor)

6. Crocheting For Pleasure; More than 50 beautiful, exciting projects for the entire family including techniques, patterns, and projects by Mildred Graves Ryan; $2.00

6. Crocheting For Pleasure; More than 50 beautiful, exciting projects for the entire family including techniques, patterns, and projects by Mildred Graves Ryan; Doubleday, 1983, 278p. Easy-to-follow instructions are given for stoles, sweaters, jackets, rugs, blouses, camisoles, pillows, afghans, placemats, toys, baby blanket, hats, tunics, and many others.  (hardcover)(used)$

7. Crocheting For the Home; A treasury of stitches & patterns for crocheters by Margaret Ramsey and Sondra Miller $2.50

7. Crocheting For the Home; A treasury of stitches & patterns for crocheters by Margaret Ramsey and Sondra Miller; Creative Home Library, 1977, 208p.  Colorfully illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions. Includes: Beginning Skills; Fancy Stitches; Special Crochet; Crochet Shapes; Shape Designs to create a variety of projects like afghans, pillows, rugs, tablecloths, hanging planters, etc. (Hardcover) 

Floral coverlet 60" x 80"; Pattern in Crocheting for Pleasure book

9. Do-It-All-Yourself Needlepoint by Joan Scobey and Lee Parr McGrawth $1.50

9. Do-It-All-Yourself Needlepoint by Joan Scobey and Lee Parr McGrawth; Simon & Schuster,1971,184p. (hardback)(2copies) Includes a scrapbook of design components which can be arranged in any manner the needlepointer desires to create a traditional or contemporary work (alphabet, butterflies, ladybugs, frog, turtle, animals, flowers zodiac signs, etc.)  With easy-to-understand instructions and clearly drawn diagrams the authors explain how almost any design can be transferred to needlepoint canvas. The book also includes a number of original Barello designs. 

9. Easy Art Of Needlepoint by Parade Magazine $1.00

9. Easy Art Of Needlepoint by Parade Magazine; Graphic Enterprises, 1973, 51p. Projects range from doorstop, eyeglass cases, scissor case, shoulder bag and decorative coasters to pillows and pictures depicting every subject imaginable and even time consuming projects as rugs and giant wall hangings. 

10. Encyclopedia of Sewing Machine Techniques by Nancy Bednar & JoAnn Pugh-Gannon $10.00

10. Encyclopedia of Sewing Machine Techniques by Nancy Bednar & JoAnn Pugh-Gannon; Sterling Publishing, 1999, 336p.  Beading, fringing, pintucks, and puffing-- if the sewing machine can do it, then the technique is here! Want instructions for those indispensible basics? You'll find advice on a variety of ways to do bias binding; buttonholes; edge finishes; gathering; hem finishes (seven of them, from corded to shadow); mitering corners; seam finishes; topstiching; and zippers. Or make any item eye-catching with an array of creative touches. Add appliques with a basic satin stitch, or try mola, madeira or reverse applique. Try charted needlework, criss-cross chain stitching, eyelet embroidery, lacework, and an heirloom sewing sampler. For every technique, you'll get machine set ups, and guidance on fabrics, stitching, needles, threads, tension, and the presser foot.  (Hardcover) $12.00

11. Floral Needlepoint by Melinda Coss $3.00

11. Floral Needlepoint by Melinda Coss; Sterling Pub., 1992, 112p. More than 100 full-color photos display 23 patterns amid the flowers that inspired them; Lily of the Valley and Lavender, Primrose and Poppies, Sunflowers and Iris, Violets and Wild, Strawberries, plus dozens more.  Apply them to a variety of projects, from charming footstool covers and sunny firescreens to attractive picture frames, cushion covers, and richly patterned rugs, or, handbags, belts, greeting cards, bookcovers, bookmarks, evening bag, eye glass case, etc. to make great gifts. 

12. French Roses by Cheryl Schaeffer $5.00

 12. French Roses by Cheryl Schaeffer, 1991, 20p. A wreath of roses from a heart, with names of herbs intertwined among the roses.  Inner portion of the design is a sampler of pulled work & decorative stitches.  These are used to form another heart and give the illusion of lace.  A definite Victorian look. It may be framed or finished as a wedding sampler with the center of the design replaced with the couple’s names and the date.) 

14. Needlepoint For Everyone by Mary Brooks Picken and Doris White $3.00

14. Needlepoint For Everyone by Mary Brooks Picken and Doris White; Harper & Row, 1970, 215p. (hardcover) A primer for the beginner or reference for the expert containing all the useful information you need to get started and follow through to satisfying pieces of needlepoint as well as a needlepoint in our American heritage.  This book is like a basic course in needlepoint. The contents include: 1. Our Heritage: a history of the craft complete with some nice black & white photos  2. Needlepoint Essentials: such as how to pick a canvas, a pattern, and good photos of various tools and supplies 3. Design and Color: including how to enlarge or reduce a design  4. Canvas Stitches: with both stitch diagrams and photos of finished stitching  5.Left-Handed? No Problem! 6. Blocking, Mounting and Finishing 7.Rehabilitation and Recreational Therapy  8. Interior Design 9. Fashion Accessories: handbags, shoes, hats 10. House and Home 11. Samplers, Mottoes, Monograms 12. Devotionals  $4.00

176b. Redwork 101 Designs: Red Embroidery Designs for Quilting; by Suzanne McNeill $9.00

   176b. Redwork 101 Designs: Red Embroidery Designs for Quilting; by Suzanne McNeill; Design Originals; 1999, 28p.  The designs in Redwork 101 are nostalgic reminders of childhood. The range covers everything from "sugar and spice" to "puppy dog tails" and there are more than 101 patterns for you to choose from and enjoy. There are ideas for little boys and little girls, as well as things for us big people too! Each of the motifs is small enough to embroider in just an hour or so. 

16. Room-By-Room Afghans: 40 projects and accessories to knit and crochet by Valerie Kurita $3.00

16. Room-By-Room Afghans: 40 projects and accessories to knit and crochet by Valerie Kurita; St.Martin’s Press, 1986, 159p.  A colorful collection of 12 complete room designs, each centered around a unique afghan project.  Included are projects for living rooms, master bedrooms, boys’ and girls’ rooms, and nurseries-as well as charts, stitch diagrams, finishing instructions, and color photographs. (Hardcover) 

17. Three Dimensional Needlepoint by Gail Litvak $2.00

17. Three Dimensional Needlepoint by Gail Litvak; G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1984, 192p. (hardcover) Comprehensive introduction to the realm of three-dimensional needlepoint. Learn to make unusual picture frames, charming candlesticks, a scallop shell box, butterfly place mats, a treasury of toy dinosaurs, & a unique three-story dollhouse, pencil case, owl clock, etc.

 

18. To the Point About Needlepoint $1.00

 18. To the Point About Needlepoint: easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions for over 100 different stitches by Edith Long; Cornerstone Library, 1974, 96p. $1.00

19. Weldon's Practical Crewel Work; new and useful designs in crewel work for all purposes $1.00

19. Weldon's Practical Crewel Work; new and useful designs in crewel work for all purposes. 14p (spiral bound sheets) No.115.Vol.II Weldon’s Practical Needlework, London) $1.00

20. Wild Flowers in Cross Stitch by Shirley Watts$7.95

20. Wild Flowers in Cross Stitch by Shirley Watts; Merehurst Limited, 1993; 43p. The delicate enchantment of wild flowers has been captured in a delightful set of cross stitch embroideries that will bring a touch of natural beauty to your home.  The projects include cushions, pictures, an unusual wild flower sampler, and lovely range of smaller items.  Simple diagrams illustrate basic skills and stitches & each project is clearly explained through the making-up stage. Easy-to-follow charts are included. $7.95

21. Wool Embroidery and Design by Lee Lockheed $6.00

21. Wool Embroidery and Design by Lee Lockheed; Tracy March Publications, 1992, 104p. (hardcover) (Out of Print) Introduces you to the world of wool embroidery with 32 projects with easy to follow instructions; over 30 stitches clearly explained with instructions & diagrams. Projects include a variety of blankets; Child’s dressing gown set; Lady’s bathrobe gift set; Gift ideas (Pot Pourri Bag, Pin cushions, embroidered coathanger, covered basket & cushion covers); Bullion bunny baby’s set; & Garment Designs.