M-SB002 Coats & Clark’s – Crochet Money-Makers for your Bazaar
12 pages including covers. ” … the items in this book are just the things to appeal to bazaar-buyers … and they cost so little to make that a selling price of a dollar will bring a pretty profit.” Crochet, Brother and Sister Dolls, Sewing Susan (pincushion with spool holders), Checkerboard Apron, Television Slippers, Johnny-on-the-Spot doll, handkerchiefs, Jiffy Doily, washcloths, Shoe Tree Mitts, Tank Cover and Towel Set, Kitchen Judy (spoon and fork holder).
Scans donated by Sandra Bejster, edited by Sytske Wijnsma.
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