PDF 1963 Jiffy Gifts Crochet Ideas for your Bazaar Crochet Patterns, Non-Profit Shop
This is a digital file
This item is a PDF file of Jiffy Gifts Crochet Ideas for your Bazaar, a Coats & Clark pattern book published in 1963. It includes carefully scanned copy of the book that was digitally enhanced for easy reading.
The book includes 21 crochet patterns. Patterns include:
Lollipop the Lamb
Bone Ring Blossoms Place Mat
• "Softie Slippers to crochet in popular, easy Afghan Stitch."
Cock-a-doodle Egg Warmers
Gay Garden of Pot Holders
• "Choose your favorite flower- sunflower, pansy, or dahlia- to brighten your kitchen all year 'round."
• "A bright bouquet of blooms to applique to felt for a wall hanging, as shown here- or use to decorate screens, waste baskets or pillows with flower-sprinkled felt."
Clown Tissue Cover
• "The Jolly Clown covers the extra roll of tissue and a garland of flowers brightens the tissue box."
Garland Tissue Box Cover
Chevron Place Mat
Gold Dust Lounging Slippers
Milk Glass Dish
• "A covered coffee can makes a useful, pretty dish for candy, or odds and ends."
Popcorn Hat and Bag Set
Dainty Tatted Edging
• "This helpful miss doubles as a Laundry Bag or Pajama Bag."
Cross Shell Pot Holder
You can feel good about purchasing this item because all proceeds from the sale go directly from Etsy into the bank account of the grassroots non-profit Kentucky Home Birth Coalition (KHBC).
KHBC is a non-profit organization of mothers, families, midwives, and other community members dedicated to licensing Certified Professional Midwives in the state of Kentucky.
Currently, the state prohibits these midwives from practicing despite the extensive evidence of their success in birth outcomes. Certified Professional Midwives are nationally credentialed and licensed in 28 other states.
Your purchase will help KHBC hire a lobbyist for the 2018 Kentucky legislative session to change the outdated laws and improve access to qualified midwives across our beautiful state of Kentucky.
This booklet was originally published in 1963 by Coats & Clark. Because the copyright was never renewed, it is now in the public domain. Feel free to sell finished items made from these patterns, but please do not resell this PDF file that I created.
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