Due to this, homemade clothing was as popular as it was in during the 1930s.Feedsack fabric was still widely used, and re-fashioning old garments to suit the new silhouettes and styles was very common.Pattern envelopes may not be in pristine condition - this is not always noted in pattern description. Only one copy of a pattern is available unless specifically stated otherwise. Insurance () is included in shipping charges for USPS Priority Mail. Transfers for Six Alphabet Styles: Six different alphabets 3/8" high, 10 oblong frames, 10 scroll frames and 20 scrolls. 28 Embroidery Designs: Yellow wax transfers for designs to be embroidered on jeans, shirts, jackets, pants pockets, etc. Transfers are not complete - some of the designs shown are not included. Pattern includes transfers for about 70 motifs suitable for garments such as shirts, jeans, jackets, dresses, skirts, etc. One sheet has a small motif cut away, remaining sheets are complete and unused. Projects include a sock doll, baby quilt, stole, hobby horse, DOTW tea towels with household items, spoon display rack, bookmarks, "Lord is my Shepherd" table scarf, alphabets, DOTW Baby Bibs, flowers and leaf motifs, Topsy-Turvy potholders, cutwork luncheon cloth and more. Fabric suitable for use is unbleached muslin, monk's cloth, or toweling fabric. Candlewicking Projects: Bedspread & matching pillow have heart and wreath designs. For orders where you are charged for Priority Mail Shipping, it may be possible to ship by USPS First Class Parcel. Letters are suitable for ladies' & men's handkerchiefs, shirts, blouses, lingerie, etc. Embroidery Design: Envelope contains transfer designs of 8 embroidery and applique motifs: 4 corner motifs about 9½ x 10½" and 4 napkin motifs about 2¼ x 1¾". Transfers included are the string of flowers, one gull, one palm tree, one feathered headdress, one strawberry plant, one parrot, two small strawberries, one large rose, one round stylized figure, one small mushroom, one each large flower, large iris and small ires, two small roses, two small teepees, one each large daisy and cactus, two small daisies, two each dog and small petunias, one large petunia, two birders, one mouse with cheese and two ladybugs. Sweatshirt pattern and Iron-on Transfer - For Stretch Knits Only: Pullover sweatshirt has neckband, snapped left front neck opening, waistband and raglan sleeves gathered into cuffs. Motifs are suitable for hand or machine embroidlery and can be used on other Simplicity patterns or purchased garments. Over 20 designs, most of them large for pillows, quilts, etc. Gr = Group--* leaving last lp of each st on hk, work 1 dtr around post of ea of next 4 sts *, sk next sc, rep from * to * once more (there are 9 lps on hk), yo and draw thru all lps on hk, ch 1 to close.Instructions: Skirt: Worked in one piece to underarm, beg at lower edge. Foundation row: Sc in 2nd ch from hk, * sc in ea of next 2 ch, sk 3 ch, (Cl, ch 1 ) 4 times in next ch, Cl in same ch, sk 3 ch, sc in ea of next 3 ch; rep from * across, turn all rows.You might also be interested in quilt tops and blocks, flour sack towels and other Items To Embroider If patterns have been cut, all pieces are present and in good condition unless otherwise noted. Designs and projects include Baby Bib, Boy & Girl & Schoolhouse, Floral Alphabet, Embroidered Stole, Hobby Horse, DOTW Appliances, large tulips and roses, longhorn, saddle, rearing stallion, Baby Saque, Bird and Rabbit Bean Bags, Cosmetic Case with floral embroidery, 7 baby birds doing chores, Fairy in Cabbage, Animal & Flower Crib Quilt (includes zebra, lion, giraffe, elephant, bear, monkey), Donkey Purse, pots with plants and flowers, HIS, HERS, OURS, Painted Box and more. This assortment includes Vogart 128, Vogart 196 and Vogart 248. There may be stray transfers from other designs as well. Other projects are Baby Bib, Apron with Grape Motif, Heirloom Bedspread, & floral motifs for pillowcase, towel or scarf end. The stitch known as the "french knot" is primarily used along with various other simple stitches. The fascinating and quick needlework art know as Candlewicking had its beginning in America during the 18th century.
When the area’s natural gas deposits ran out, Fostoria moved to Wheeling, West Virginia, and then to Moundsville, West Virginia, in 1891, where it remained until it closed in 1983.
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in first sc,* ch 1, sk 2 sc, dc in sp bet sc and 1st Cl, ch 1, sc in sp bet 2nd and 3rd Cl, ch 3, sc in sp bet 3rd and 4th Cl, ch 1, dc in sp bet 5th Cl and next sc, ch 1, sk 2 sc, sc in next sc; rep from * across.
Row 2: Ch 10, sc in 3rd ch from hk, ch 1, sk 1 ch, dc in next ch, ch 1,sk 1 ch, trip next ch, ch 1,sk 1 ch, dtr in next ch, ch 1, * sc in next ch 3 sp, ch 1, sk next sc and dc, tr tr in next sc, ch 1, dtr in 2 front lps at base of tr tr, ch 1, tr in 2 front lps at base of dtr, ch 1, dc in 2 front lps at base of tr, ch 2, sc in 2 front lps at base of dc, ch 1, dc in same sp as dc, ch 1, tr in same sp as tr, ch 1, dtr in same sp as dtr, ch 1; rep from * to last ch 3 sp, sc in last ch 3 sp, ch 1, sk next sc and dc, tr tr in last sc, ch 1, dtr in 2 front lps at base of tr tr, ch 1, tr in 2 front lps at base of dtr, ch 1, dc in 2 front lps at base of tr, ch 1, dc in 2 front lps at base of dc (last dc forms turning ch).
The company chose which stores could sell its goods and trained its salesmen to be experts in the product.
In 1924, Fostoria expanded its product line by introducing colored glassware.
Simplicity Manufacturing began producing lawn equipment in 1937.