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March 1894

"The Art of Knitting"

Feeling that to a portion of our readers, at least, the old-fashioned art of knitting is still dear, we present a trio of pretty, useful and practical patterns. Almost every woman falls at some time in her life under the spell of the knitting needles, whether it be in watching them in other women's hands or in weaving them with their aid articles both of use and ornament. In Illustration No. 1 is shown an insertion suitable for curtains or any kind of drapery.

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 Insertion for Window Curtain

 Vine Leaf Lace

                                                  Effective Necktie

Bibliographical Information:

Sims, Margaret. "The Art of Knitting",
The Ladies' Home Journal, Vol. XI, No. 4, March 1894, p. 21.

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