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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Cross Stitch on Gingham Pattern Leaflet

This was a free leaflet put out by that most wonderful company of:
Coats & Clark's Family of Quality Products
and was issued by the:
Educational Board of Coats & Clark Inc,
430 Park Avenue New York, N.Y.
Copyright was 1961
This wonderfu; company makes some of the finest products ever..the ones we all use and count on..from zippers, threads, trims, Red Heart yarn (my personal favorite for most of my afghans), and the best crochet/knitting instruction books. They are my favorite books to collect and I am fortunate to have so many of them.. I love this cross stitch on gingham..and from the messages and emails I get..I believe a lot of you love this revived craft as well.
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15 comments:

  1. I see a poodle, woo hoo! Thanks for sharing this, CC! I love the letters too. I want to go stitch up out some words on my gingham pillowcase now. :)

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  2. I may have to try that poodle. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. i love your vintage patterns...i own a few gingham supper cloths with lovely cross stitch designs stitched on them...they are sooo sweet :)

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  4. I love the cross stitch poodle-you can make your own poodle skirt! I can't believe you showed the Popette pattern-that was the terrible top we made in Home Ec. in 1963!

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  5. CC, the poodle looked so lovely. My niece had a pink poodle stuff dog. :) I think she would love this cross stitch pattern.

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  6. I love these old leaflets, I wish they still did some like that! The illustrations in them are always fabulous.

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  7. Ohh, I'm enjoying your blog, not just today's entry! I remember making gathered skirt aprons in 4-H club. Nice items. Nice blog. I'll be back!

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  8. I love the chicken scratch patterns - thanks for sharing!

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  9. That poodle is too cute. What a great set of patterns. Have a great week.

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  10. LOVE it! I've scheduled a link to this post to go live on my blog tomorrow morning (Central USA time). I hope it brings you a few extra visitors.

    Denise
    http://needlework.craftgossip.com

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  11. What a fun pattern and a blast from the past. I noticed from another of your posts you are a fellow Holly Hobbie fan. Thanks for stopping by.

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  12. I have two napkins my mother made as a child using cross stitch on gingham - I still use them and I think it is timeless.

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  13. How cool! :) THanks for sharing.

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