Flower Doily Patterns Crocheted Floral Doilies Designs 1950 Out of Print Coats and Clark Book 268 Contains 11 Designs

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Newest in Floral Doilies, Book Number 268, by Clark's and Coats. Published by The Spool Cotton Company in the USA.

This magazine-format book contains 11 floral doily designs with full color photographs of each:
❀ Tulip Varieties (see our 1st photo)
❀ Wild Rose Scallops
❀ Rose Bouquet Placemat
❀ Flower Cartwheel
❀ Floral Temptation (see our 2nd photo)
❀ Heavenly Blue (see our 3rd photo)
❀ Daisy Web
❀ Viola Cornuta (see our 4th photo)
❀ Sweet William (see our 5th photo)
❀ Petunias (see our 5th photo)
❀ Coreopsis (see our 5th photo).

©1950 First Edition. This is an original authentic book from 1950, not an illegal PDF download or photocopy.

Softcover book bound with 2 binding staples. Book measures 7 5/8 inches wide by 10 5/8 inches high. 15 numbered pages plus cover.

All pages are present and attached to the binding staples. A small amount of rust is visible on staples at center pages. Pages are lightly tanned. Cover is securely attached to book. Lower outer corner of pages slightly curled. Cover and spine have light wear. This book has the scent of old paper and is very good condition.

This vintage item ships in a rigid mailer to keep it safe in transit.


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According to Wikipedia, foxing is an age-related process that causes spots and browning on old paper. It does not affect the actual integrity of the paper. Tanning is a similar process where paper has gotten yellowish-to-brownish with age.

Yes there is. The process is called 'pattern grading' and is very commonly performed by home sewists and seamstresses to get a good fit. Here is a helpful article from Threads Magazine: http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/4368/making-sense-of-pattern-grading

According to Wikipedia, foxing is an age-related process that causes spots and browning on old paper. It does not affect the actual integrity of the paper. Tanning is a similar process where paper has gotten yellowish-to-brownish with age.

Yes there is. The process is called 'pattern grading' and is very commonly performed by home sewists and seamstresses to get a good fit. Here is a helpful article from Threads Magazine: http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/4368/making-sense-of-pattern-grading



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