Workbasket and home arts magazine
Mary Ida Sullivan (Author of The Workbasket and Home Arts Magazine)
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Series: Workbasket and Home Arts Magazine
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I would like any old or very old issues of Workbasket Magazine issues. It is no longer published, and was a very good little magazine that both my 96 year old mother and I enjoyed, and we would like any issues, especially of the earlier years of its publication. Please let me know what you are interested in exchanging for them, and if I have anything that you would like, we would appreciate a fair exchange. I have to downsize my collections. I would like to sell any and all of these for a small price.
You are buying the December vintage edition of The Workbasket and Home Arts Magazine. Vintage crafts. Home craft magazine. 51 pages. Includes.
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Volume 1 — Issue 1 Published October A husband and wife team; John and Clara Tillotson dreamed up a small 8-page needlework service bulletin in their home on the kitchen table. Each issue described step-by-step directions for making lovely needlework. When the Tillotson first began looking for subscribers, they turned to a list of 5, names they had used for another selling idea. Naturally the 8-page Workbasket soon outgrew the house where it originated.