11 Pieces Needlework Ephemera and Workbasket Magazines Circa 1947-50

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This listing is for eleven pieces of Midcentury needle art patterns and other ephemera.

All pieces are fragile due to the fact that they are made of paper.

In this wonderful collection:
5 Workbasket Booklet instructions, circa 1947
Boy and Girl Potholders instructions
Aunt Ellen's Complete Booklet of Needlework
Laura Wheeler Designs Filet Crochet Chair Set Instructions
The How-To Needlework Guide Booklet
Aunt Ellen's Art Needlework Catalog #7
Sugar N Cream Potholder Crochet Patterns #1989 (includes additional patterns)

All these items in "As Found" condition. The Sugar N Cream envelope is nearly shredded, but the instruction sheets inside are intact and complete.

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