Orange Chart Pattern

Orange Chart Pattern

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.


Orange Chart Pattern
McCall's #628, Fruit Motifs Color Chart

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine | Summer 1984

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine | Summer 1984

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine
Volume 6, Number 1
Summer 1984

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PATTERN NAME YEAR ORIG PUBLICATION
Crocheted Cotton Lace Dress 1933 Coats
Sundial Doily #D-125 1948 Spool Cotton #252
Sports Jacket #169 1935 Spool Cotton #62
Flower Bouquet Doily 1950 Star #71
Child's Crocheted Sweater 1916
Cape Cod Chair Cushions Royal Society
Williamsburg Bedspread Royal Society
Grand Manner Tablecloth #7597 Spool Cotton #202
Patriotic Pillow 1918
Crocheted Lace for Round Lunch Cloth 1914
Carnation Design Doily 1935 Mary Card
Quarter-masters' Corps Emblem Pillow-Cover
United States Marine Corps Emblem Pillow-Cover
Laces of Cluny Crochet Pincushion Top
Laces of Cluny Crochet Narrow Edging
Laces of Cluny Crochet Edging and Insertion
Butterfly Scarf End in Filet Crochet 1923
Camisole
Boudoir Cap
Nightgown Yoke
Bread Tray Ruffle Doily American Thread
Snowflake Doyley
Scarf-End for Library Table 1919 Mary Card
Tray Cloth
Potholder Mitt 1945 Spool Cotton
Mystic Shrine Emblem Pillow-Cover 1920
Handsome Sideboard Scarf 1920
Neckwear with Crochet Trim 1926
Lace for Altar Cloth 1916
Marguerite Crocheted Shawl 1953 Star #103
Irish Crochet Lace with Insertion 1903

Whimsical Lamp Shade Cut and Paste Paper Craft

Whimsical Lamp Shade Cut and Paste Craft

HOW TO MAKE WORKING TRACINGS OF DESIGNS

Before using designs, they should be traced onto working sheets. Lay a sheet of tracing paper over page. Use a small amount of artist’s rubber cement, applied to each corner of tracing paper only, to hold it in place. Remove paper carefully. Rubber cement traces are easily rubbed away with fingertips. If rubber cement is not available, attach with small pieces of Scotch tape or masking tape. Tapes are difficult to remove. To avoid tearing page, cut the tape at edges of paper and leave tape on page.

EQUIPMENT: Tracing paper; hard and soft pencils; white chalk; scissors; glue or paste; small water-color brush; black India ink; fine-pointed pen.

MATERIALS: Any colored paper may be used—wallpaper, construction paper, designers' paper, or Dennison's gummed crepe paper made especially for applique. See other materials under directions for each item.

GENERAL DIRECTIONS

Trace patterns onto tracing paper. Make one complete tracing for placing pattern, separate tracings for individual parts. For placing pattern, trace parts to be covered with applique slightly inside the outlines, all other lines (those drawn in with paint or ink) exactly as on pattern. Trace patterns for individual parts about ⅛" larger on edges where they are overlapped by another part (e. g., make Tommy Stout's breeches ⅛" longer where overlapped by stockings). Make patterns for underparts in one piece (e. g., make entire car bodies in one piece, including areas overlaid by fenders).

Go over lines on reverse side of tracing with soft pencil (use white chalk for patterns to be cut from dark paper or felt). Use tracing, right side up. Trace outlines. Cut out.

Draw in painted or inked lines before pasting pieces into position.

LAMP SHADE

MATERIALS: Lamp shade, 6¾" high, 6" across top, 10" across bottom, chartreuse or desired color. Paper: black, orange, green, yellow, blue. Buttons: matching pair of red, blue, and green for wheels; 1 white pearl button for cat's face. White poster paint. Red ball fringe—enough to circle top of shade, allowing 1" overlap.

DIRECTIONS: Follow "General Directions" for cutting and assembling. Colors for touring car: car, black; fenders and running board, front seat upholstery, orange; wheels, convertible top, windshield and radiator pieces, yellow; steering wheel, green.

With white paint and small brush, draw door, door handle, two fold lines on convertible top of black car, alternate vent lines on hood of orange car. With pen and ink, draw remaining vent lines and small back door of orange car; door and hand grip on back seat of blue car.

Paste pieces of cars onto shade. Paste buttons onto wheels. (Use blue buttons for black car.) Paste on buttons for cat's face. With pen and ink, draw steering wheel and supporting struts for top of blue car. Paste ball fringe around top.


Whimsical Lamp Shade Cut and Paste Craft
Whimsical Lamp Shade Cut and Paste Craft
Whimsical Lamp Shade Cut and Paste Craft

Nursery Rhyme Shadow-Box Pictures Cut and Paste Paper Craft

Nursery Rhyme Shadow-Box Pictures Cut and Paste Craft

HOW TO MAKE WORKING TRACINGS OF DESIGNS

Before using designs, they should be traced onto working sheets. Lay a sheet of tracing paper over page. Use a small amount of artist’s rubber cement, applied to each corner of tracing paper only, to hold it in place. Remove paper carefully. Rubber cement traces are easily rubbed away with fingertips. If rubber cement is not available, attach with small pieces of Scotch tape or masking tape. Tapes are difficult to remove. To avoid tearing page, cut the tape at edges of paper and leave tape on page.

EQUIPMENT: Tracing paper; hard and soft pencils; white chalk; scissors; glue or paste; small water-color brush; black India ink; fine-pointed pen.

MATERIALS: Any colored paper may be used—wallpaper, construction paper, designers' paper, or Dennison's gummed crepe paper made especially for applique. See other materials under directions for each item.

GENERAL DIRECTIONS

Trace patterns onto tracing paper. Make one complete tracing for placing pattern, separate tracings for individual parts. For placing pattern, trace parts to be covered with applique slightly inside the outlines, all other lines (those drawn in with paint or ink) exactly as on pattern. Trace patterns for individual parts about ⅛" larger on edges where they are overlapped by another part (e. g., make Tommy Stout's breeches ⅛" longer where overlapped by stockings). Make patterns for underparts in one piece (e. g., make entire car bodies in one piece, including areas overlaid by fenders).

Go over lines on reverse side of tracing with soft pencil (use white chalk for patterns to be cut from dark paper or felt). Use tracing, right side up. Trace outlines. Cut out.

Draw in painted or inked lines before pasting pieces into position.

SHADOW-BOX PICTURES

MATERIALS: 2 cardboard boxes, 8½" x 6¼" x 1½" deep (or larger if desired). Paper: blue, yellow, green, fuchsia, pink, black, white, orange, chartreuse. Felt: black for cat, wine-red for flower on Bo- Peep's hat. Buttons: 2 white pearl, 2-hole, 1⅛" across for faces; 1 gold, 2-hole, indented center, across for lamb's head; 1 black, 2-hole, indented center, ½" across for cat's head. Poster paints: red, white, fuchsia. Pipe cleaner.

DIRECTIONS: To place colors of backgrounds and separate parts, see photographs. Prepare paper parts according to "General Directions." Fringe hair as indicated. Decorate as follows: Paint red mouths on face buttons; outline rims of buttonhole "eyes" and draw eyelashes with pen and ink. Paint center of button for lamb's face fuchsia, for cat's face, white. When dry, paint red mouth on cat. With pen and ink, draw the following: on lamb —nose, mouth, hooves, "curls"; on Tommy—shoes, bows, stocking tops, wrist lines on gloves, buttons on suit, cord on hat; details on Tommy's background.

Paste backgrounds into boxes. Frame with ½" strips of yellow paper, pinked along inner edge. Paste parts for each picture into position. Paste cerise bows under chins. Bend pipe cleaner into a crook and paste into Bo-Peep's box. Cut markers from green paper; letter or write on them "Little Bo-Peep" and "Little Tommy Stout." Fold as indicated, paste into boxes.


Nursery Rhyme Shadow-Box Pictures Cut and Paste Craft
Nursery Rhyme Shadow-Box Pictures Cut and Paste Craft

Little Wooden Boxes Cut and Paste Paper Craft

Little Wooden Boxes Cut and Paste Craft

HOW TO MAKE WORKING TRACINGS OF DESIGNS

Before using designs, they should be traced onto working sheets. Lay a sheet of tracing paper over page. Use a small amount of artist’s rubber cement, applied to each corner of tracing paper only, to hold it in place. Remove paper carefully. Rubber cement traces are easily rubbed away with fingertips. If rubber cement is not available, attach with small pieces of Scotch tape or masking tape. Tapes are difficult to remove. To avoid tearing page, cut the tape at edges of paper and leave tape on page.

EQUIPMENT: Tracing paper; hard and soft pencils; white chalk; scissors; glue or paste; small water-color brush; black India ink; fine-pointed pen.

MATERIALS: Any colored paper may be used—wallpaper, construction paper, designers' paper, or Dennison's gummed crepe paper made especially for applique. See other materials under directions for each item.

GENERAL DIRECTIONS

Trace patterns onto tracing paper. Make one complete tracing for placing pattern, separate tracings for individual parts. For placing pattern, trace parts to be covered with applique slightly inside the outlines, all other lines (those drawn in with paint or ink) exactly as on pattern. Trace patterns for individual parts about ⅛" larger on edges where they are overlapped by another part (e. g., make Tommy Stout's breeches ⅛" longer where overlapped by stockings). Make patterns for underparts in one piece (e. g., make entire car bodies in one piece, including areas overlaid by fenders).

Go over lines on reverse side of tracing with soft pencil (use white chalk for patterns to be cut from dark paper or felt). Use tracing, right side up. Trace outlines. Cut out.

Draw in painted or inked lines before pasting pieces into position.

MATERIALS: For All Boxes: Fine sandpaper; paint brush; shellac; alcohol to clean shellac brush; enamel or poster paint; turpentine, if using oil-base paints.

Daisy-Wreath Box: Hinged-top, footed box, 6" square x 2⅝" deep. Paint: aqua for outside, bright yellow for inside and bottom. Paper: dark green, white, bright yellow.

Field-Flower Box: Hinged-top box, 5½" x 4" x 2⅛" deep. Paint: gray for outside, aqua for inside and bottom, small amount of red for flower centers. Paper: white, yellow, rose, dark green, aqua.

Autumn-Leaf Box: Hinged-top box, 10¾" x 3¾" x 2⅞" deep. Paint: golden yellow for outside, soft medium green for inside and bottom. Paper: aqua, pink, tan, rust, wine red, medium blue.

DIRECTIONS:

Sand box smooth. Wipe off. Paint inside and bottom. Dry. Paint outside. Dry. No placing patterns are required. Trace and cut out paper pieces as described under "General Directions." For colors and placing, see photographs.

Daisy-Wreath Box: Paste flowers, stems and leaves in a circle on top.

Field-Flower Box: Paste flowers and leaves at random on top and sides of box. Let flowers overlap box-opening. When paste is dry, cut through these flowers along opening with a sharp razor blade. Stipple centers of rose-colored flowers with red paint; dot centers of blue flowers with black ink.

Autumn-Leaf Box: Paste a border of leaves around base and top of box. Scatter more leaves at random on top. Shellac tops and sides of boxes.


Little Wooden Boxes Cut and Paste Craft

Childhood Is Royalty | Blye Jordan


Childhood Is Royalty

By BLYE JORDAN

"You be king, and I'll be queen!"
   A lady and her lord!
Oh, give them crowns of the arnica-bloom,
   And scepters of goldenrod!

"Forty young dukes a-roaming,"
   Beside the cedar-hedge;
Each maid is dressed to look her best,
   For they've come for a bridal pledge.

"London Bridge is falling down!"
   Games of childhood, these;
And each "fair lady" wears a gown
   Some gallant knight to please.

'Tis a birthday-party on the law,
   A rainbow company
Of shimmering frocks, like hollyhocks,
   Or the robes of royalty.

Frocks that vie with summer sky,
   Broidered and frilled like a flower.
Flutings of lace, their dainty grace
   Costing many a busy hour.

For mothers are willing and worshipful slaves.
   Who with hand and heart and head,
Toil with hook adn needlework-book,
   Shuttle and scissors and thread.

"See my new dress! Look, Mary and Bess -
   The present that mother gave!"
And the beaming pride of the gay young queen
   Is ample reward for the slave!

Pineapple Chart Pattern

Pineapple Chart Pattern

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.


Pineapple Chart Pattern
McCall's #628, Fruit Motifs Color Chart

Apple Chart Pattern

Apple Chart Pattern

Pattern includes 11 fruit motifs: peach 3¾ x 3¾ inches; pear 3⅜ x 4¼; orange 3¾ x 4¼; cherries 4⅜ x 4¼; grapes 4¾ x 4½; strawberries 2¾ x 3; pineapple 4 x 8⅛; lemon 3 x 3⅝; plums 3⅜ x 3¾; apple 3¾ x 4¼; and bananas 4⅜ x 4¾. A chart for placing the colors and diagrams showing how to arrange the motifs on lunch cloths, table cloth, runner and luncheon set are also included.

This colorful fruit design for cross stitch makes a charming decoration for lunch cloths, runners, lunch sets, table cloths, curtains and slip covers for chair backs. The 10 to the inch crosses are suitable for six strand cotton.

Suggested Materials—Linen, cotton with a linen finish, cotton broadcloth, percale, gingham, and unbleached muslin are suitable materials. The diagrams in the pattern show the pieces made of 36-inch material. The large cloth can be made of 36, 54 or 72-inch material.


Apple Chart Pattern
McCall's #628, Fruit Motifs Color Chart

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine | Spring 1984

 Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine | Spring 1984

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine
Volume 5, Number 4
Spring 1984

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Exciting designs & patterns from the past to make today's crocheting interesting!

Magazine developed to bring back designs and patterns from the past. Distributed in quarterly issues from 1979 to 2002.

PATTERN NAME YEAR ORIG PUBLICATION
Child's Crocheted Sweater and Toque 1915
Black and White Drama Beret American Thread
Black and White Drama Popcorn Bag American Thread
Hexagon Table Mat 1915
Tatted Doily
Filet Crochet Edging A American Thread
Filet Crochet Insertion B American Thread
Filet Crochet Edging C American Thread
Filet Crochet Edging D American Thread
Filet Crochet Edging E American Thread
Poppy Collar Corticelli
Pineapple Ruffled Buffet Set #7867 1948 Spool Cotton #241
Shining Star Doily #12-51 1951 Royal Society #12
Babies' Cap
Babies' Kimono Jacket
Babies' Knee Booties
Round Medallion 1925
Crocheted Edging Rick Rack 1891
Daffodil Rattle
Two Tone Shortie Gloves 1946 American Thread
Rose Hot Dish Mat 1924
Dainty Powder Puff
Nightgown Yoke 1920
Filet Scarf 1920
Diamond Rug
Diamond Footstool Cover
Filet Luncheon Cloth 1925
Baby Bib 1953 American Thread
Feeding Bib 1953 American Thread
Infant's Crocheted Moccasins
Infant's Crocheted Hood #1
Infant's Crocheted Hood #2
Venetian Insertion and Edging 1914 Royal Society
Arabian Medallion 1914 Royal Society
Lace Insertion and Edge 1914 Royal Society
Rainbow Hairpin Scarves
Tatted Table Mat
Rustic Afghan American Thread
Rustic Pillow American Thread
Lace Edge for Sheet and Pillow Cases #1
Lace Edge for Sheet and Pillow Cases #2
Lace Edge for Sheet and Pillow Cases #3
Combine Crochet With Braid Rug American Thread
Applique Basket #7409 American Thread #74
Filet Davenport Set Cynthia
Cross and Floral Altar Lace American Thread
Shiner's Emblem Pillow Cover or Panel Mary Card

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine | Winter 1983

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine | Winter 1983

Old Time Crochet Patterns & Designs Magazine
Volume 5, Number 3
Winter 1983

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Exciting designs & patterns from the past to make today's crocheting interesting!

Magazine developed to bring back designs and patterns from the past. Distributed in quarterly issues from 1979 to 2002.

PATTERN NAME YEAR ORIG PUBLICATION
Tatted Doily with Linen Center    
As You Like It Bread Doily #7540 1942 Spool Cotton #184
Staff of LIfe Bread Doily #7540 1942 Spool Cotton #184
Lazy Susan Bread Doily #7410 1942 Spool Cotton #184
Fuchsia Scarf   Spool Cotton
Tatted Eding for Little Dresses 1920  
Tatted Collar 1920  
Regency Doily #7265 1940 Spool Cotton #147
Picture Lace Patterns    
Frothy Frills   Spool Cotton
Columbia Patchwork Afghan    
Butterfly Table-Mats 1913  
Edging #8066 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Edging #8067 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Edging #8068 1935 Spool Cotton #52
The Elizabeth Barrett Edging #8020 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Bridal Wreath Edging #8024 1935 Spool Cotton #52
May Pole Dance Edging #8065 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Edging #8061 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Edging #8062 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Edging #8063 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Edging #8064 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Edging #8003 1935 Spool Cotton #52
Ladies' Crocheted Petticoat 1912  
Misses' Crocheted Tam-O-Shanter 1916  
Misses Tam-O-Shanter 1916  
Infant's Crocheted Filet Sacque    
Ankle-Strap Slippers #2110 1942 American Thread #21
The Continental Purse #2009 1937 Spool Cotton #52
Star Wheel Potholder #9082 1939 Spool Cotton #133
Lucky Star Potholder #9081 1939 Spool Cotton #133
Pineapple Popcorns Potholder Set #PD-420 1950 Spool Cotton #266
Towel Edge #1 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #2 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #3 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #4 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #5 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #6 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #7 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #8 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #9 1917 Royal Society
Towel Edge #10 1917 Royal Society
Tatted Jabot    
Pineapple Doily #7778 1946 Spool Cotton #230
Dahlia Bedspread #4094 1937 Bernhard Ulmann #113
Infant's Crocheted Afghan 1912  
Tatted Edging #1502 1941 American Thread #15
Tatted Edging #1503 1941 American Thread #15
Tatted Edging #1504 1941 American Thread #15
Tatted Edging #1505 1941 American Thread #15
Sachet Basket #1506 1941 American Thread #15
Tatted Edging #1507 1941 American Thread #15
Crocheted Edging #1508 1941 American Thread #15
Crocheted Edging #1509 1941 American Thread #15
Crocheted Edging #1510 1941 American Thread #15
Crocheted Edging #1511 1941 American Thread #15
Crocheted Edging #1512 1941 American Thread #15
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