750 American Home Patterns Home Decor Crafts
Vintage American Home Patterns. This vintage paperback magazine is a copy of 750 American Home Patterns. It contains patterns for home decor items and other crafting items. It dates to the 1950's. The magazine is missing the first 2 pages with the table of contents. It has wear, aging and staining to it. There is some tearing and the front cover is off at the top and the bottom. The corners and edges are bumped and scuffed.
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McCall Needlework Magazine Winter 1949-50
Vintage McCall Needlework Magazine. This vintage paperback magazine is a copy of the Winter 1949 - 50 edition of McCall Needlework. It contains patterns for knitting, crochet, home arts and crafts. There are 112 pages. It does have significant water damage through out the magzine. The spine is damaged. There is wear, aging, tearing and staining. There is also some writing.
McCalls Needlework Magazine Fall Winter 1953-54
Vintage McCalls Needlework Magzine. This vintage magazine is a copy of the Fall Winter 1953-54 McCall's Needlework. It contains a variety of knitting, crochet, home arts and crafts. The magzine has 140 pages, some in color and others in black and white. There is no transfer pattern in the magazine anymore. It is in okay condition. There is a water stain which has damaged the cover and some of the pictures. There is some tearing. The magazine has wear, aging and staining. The spine has damage as well.
Vintage Basket Pin Cushion Silver Tone Metal Basket Made in Japan
Vintage Pin Cushion Basket. This is a silver tone metal basket turned into a pin cushion. I do not know if this is the original use of the basket. The basket is marked Made in Japan. It has a textured basket weave to it. The handle folds down. The pin cushion is a soft velvety red fabric which has been sewn around stuffing. It has been used as there is needle holes present. It is removable. The basket is approx. 4 1/2" to the top of the handle, 3 1/2" long, 2 1/4" to the top of just the basket, 2 1/2" wide. There is wear, aging and discolorations to the metal.
Antique Singer Sewing Machine Box Fold Out Oak Wood Sewing Box
Antique Singer Sewing Machine Box. This wooden box is made from Oak. I believe it is meant to hold Singer Sewing Machine Parts. It is marked patented 1889 February 19. It is approx. 6 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 3 1/4" folded up. Once opened it is approx. 12" x 6 1/2" x 1 5/8" tall. There is wear and some staining/fading to the wood box. The inside velvet is a blue color and has extreme wear and staining. There are no parts included with this box.