The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 10
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 10

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 10, 1971
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Pat's Pointers Join the Hairpin-Lace Craze Get in on the hairpin-lace craze that is sweeping the country with this elegant stole, eas- iily made in six stripes an! finished off with lush tassels. Full Instructions are given for joining the strips, with clear illustrations on using the hairpin- Jace loom. For knitters, here's a great, classic jacket and button-down- -thc-front skirt, making a beautiful suit or perfect mix-and- 1 matchers. A medium-weight! yam is used with a six-stitch-to- j the-inch gauge. Size range is 61 to 16. | To obtain directions for skirt, jacket and stole, send your request for Leaflet No. JU-6, with 35 cents and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to: Pat Trexler, The Hutchinson News, P. O. Box 17635, Charlotte, N.C. 28211. "Pat's Guide to Inttrchangc- able Yarns" is available from the same address for an additional 50 cents and a lonp, stamped, self-addressed envelope. basic instruction guide has been compiled in response to hundreds of appeals from her readers, and is written f o r tbose who want to learn something new. The book is $2.50 plus 25 cents for postage and handling. Send to Pat Trcx- ler's Knit Knacks, c/o The Hutchinson News, Fawcett Publications, Dept. KK-52 Fawcett Place, Greenwich, Conn. 06830. For illustrated Instructions on knitting and crochet, SEND TODAY for Pat Trexlcr's KNIT KNACKS, a 96-page hard-cover book with hundreds of Pat's pointers. This DEAR PAT: Is it possible to use a zigzag machine stitch on a seam of a crocheted trim and then cut off the excess? I have been told thus can be done on knits, but have been unable to find out from anyone if it can be done with crochet. I have made a dress which is lined — it needs to have as much as two inches taken off in some places. I have basted the front and back together and, with the excess, it makes for very bulky seams. Please advise. Mrs. R.W.B. Just make a double row of machine stitching — cither straight or zigzag—about an eighth of an inch from the edge to be cut. This will prevent any raveling. Then cut away the excess. Since you have already lined your dress, you can have beautifully finished seams if you will stitch through both thicknesses of fabric — the lining and the crocheted fabric. Then trim the raw edges with something like stretchy lace seam tape. This will add a professional touch to your garment. I AM FREQUENTLY asked for advice on selection of fabric for lining knits. A very dear and talented friend of mine, the late Mimi Pearce who was a famous designer of ribbon STEAMATIC carpet cleaning ELEGANT . . . hairpin-lace stole. "Call Doug lor a Clean Rut" Phone M3-1S1I CLASSIC ... knit suit. knits, always used fine China silk for ribbon or wool knits. This is an excellent choice for either of these materials. However, with so many machine- washable yarns being used these days, you will probably choose other materials. The main criterion is to select like materials. That is, if your yam is machine-washable, then choose a lining fabric with the sanie washability. My personal choice is a synthetic with a "crepe" texture, which has some give. If your garment is to be dry ci'eancd, then do select a fabric that cleans well. Now at Jones-O'Neal those Important Imports IN SMART NEW FOOTWEAR It's a great day for fashions that are different . . . fashions that are new . . . footwear fashions that really do something for your spirits. And, Jones-O'Neal has more that their fair share of these fashions that please. Just come and see for yourself. They're here now. The IMPORTANT IMPORTS ARE HERE. Shoe Fashions you love are at Jones-O'Neal Soft black patent leather In a tie that won't stop, $23.95. See our tremendous collection Soft, soft, camel calfskin, huggin' comfort, $23.95. Livin* foot MAIL ORDERS INCLUDE 3% SALES TAX: 50c POSTAGE. Parents Reveal Wedding Plans Page 10 The Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 10; 1971 ) irginia Xcmchuattflpr Ronnie root The betrothal of Virginia Lou Neuschwander to Ronnie W. Koos. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foos. is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Neuschwander. All are of Tribune. Both Miss Neuschwander and her fiance were graduated from the Greeley County Schools and are employed in Tribune. Margaret found Michael Hilhcrt Stafford residents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pound, announce the engagement of their daughter. Margaret, to Michael Hil- beil son of Mr. and Mrs. [•Yank Hilbert, New Rockford, NO. The wedding will be Oct. 23. Marlene Rorlz William- Albert* The betrothal of Marlene Sue Bortz to William Albcrs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Albers, Ransom, is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bortz. Rush Center. Both the bride-elect and Mr. Albers attended Fort Hays Kansas State College, Hays. Miss Bortz is employed in La Crosse by Flame Engineering. Her fiance is employed by the Reno County Ambulance Service. Virginia Neuschwander Marlene Bortz Cathy Showalter Patrick Briggs The engagement of Cathy Showalter to Patrick Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Briggs, Hoisington, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Showalter, Lyons. The bride-elect is a sophomore elementary education major at Hutchinson Community College. Mr. Briggs is serving with the U. S. Navy stationed at San Diego, Calif. The wedding will be next summer. Judy Hoggatt Richard Dunn The engagement of Judy Kay Hoggatt to Richard L. Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dunn, Cimarron, is announced by her parents, Mr. and M r s. Emery Hoggatt, Moorcroft, Wyo. Miss Hoggatt was graduated from Moorcroft High School and her fiance from Cimarron High School. The wedding will be in November. Joyce Gales Gary Korf Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. Gales. Belpre, announce the betrothal of their daughter, Joyce, to Gary Korf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Korf, Hoisington. The wedding will be in November. Joyce Gales Pre-Chrishnas Gift Sale! Rytex Deckle Edge Vellum Personalized Stationery Save 50% NOW 495 150 Princess sheets & 10O envelopes or 100 King size sheds & 100 envelopes Regularly $9.90. This way you can give a lot of goodness — it's high quality paper; a lot of style, a lot of usefulness. But most of all you give a gift that says, "I had just you in mind". Because Rytex is custom-made for the individual—an ideal gift for men or women. Marvelously deckled paper in white, blue or grey, smartly imprinted in blue or grey ink in choice of imprint styles shown. Princess or King size sheets — the choice is yours. You can't go wrong, because any Rytex Personalized stationery style you choose is correct. Stationery, mezzanine. 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