The Inter Ocean from Chicago, Illinois on May 4, 1913 · Page 43
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7- '-a 1 SET FOR HAT THE E?TER OCEAN. STJHDAT IIOIINETG, MAY 4. 1913 1U GQMAR AND GUFF r The coat may be made-of pique, linen or, bedford cord. JThe scallopsrshould be padded and buttonholed.- The petals of . .the flowers may be "padded and solidly worked and the centers joay be eyelets or the entire flower may be eyelets. ','.- ; " . ''' , ''.i':V--? . " . ' I I ' ' ;' ' - - ' " ' - t"-' -T ' ' ' X ' ' Answers ta Gorrespondents ju ;t :.BYi MISS ELEANOR NORRIS t y ! Sswin Apron. M BS. IXv U.: A aewlns aproa i,that year little danshter could eaeily make for beraelf can be- aahtOBed ot . two Ursa - baadkarchlefa knvlng .colored border. . Run a fadas. acroea .the top border n the bach of. the oae handkerchief. . Xhia will form a casing- through which o run a ribbon , for the airings. ( The ' dther handkerchief la used to form the . pocket, which extends across the lower part of the apron. Curve the lower edge Of the pocket, using the straight border for the top. Sew the pocket Id place -and ooTer , the sewina. .with feather Mitchlnc '" . ' A: Utile girl "would readily make an. apron of this tort and she would take Inore Interest In the sewing lesson when . the had made her own sewing apron, " ''A Sample Booav " ' "" Hisa C D.r Why not make a smp:e Book? That ts an excellent way to' preserve ' the new - stitches you learn trcra time to time. Make small vhects v f linen and fia them with the different .Hitche you know. - Ton can add 'new -pages as yotj acquire new stitches and You win too have a very- helpful, em-wroldery book of the most practical kind, lor If yo cannot remember Just how a atltch Is made yo eait turn to the aaro C pie and pick cut the stitches. When a-page becomes soiled rom handling It, " It can be laundered and put back In the book again,-ao that the book ts alwaya fresh and cleanv .- i . Smbrolder eyelets at the top of the pagea so that the pages may i be conveniently .bound together with a rib ' boo.., ;- ' ." . ' ., . . . Pattern N"ot Bepnbllahed. ' Mrs. F. : Am very sorry Indeed to ' disappoint you. bat patterns that have been published cannot - be repeated as entirely new article must be riven Would sontest that you kee the' needle work section of the paper and you will aeon have a collection of earr-Iceable knlttlae; and crochet dlrectioaa. as well aa embroidery patterna. QueetlonB Concerning Crpss-Stltch. ; " Miss J.: The' outline in the Crose-tltch design indicates where the differ, en t colors are to be placed. Cpr Instance, two shades of blue are ufed to represent the water in the swan pat- tern, with either lace or green for the river bank and the outline shows where the eolors are separated.' '" - The awans are embroidered in gray ar-a grraylPh green colors - All croee-atitch ' patterns are bo conventional that all aorts of colore are used when executing them.- "; A baskets weave material or a fahrlo wiih an even visible weave such as Bar. danger - Unen la - often need - for - cross-'' atltch designs and then the pattern la copied directly oa the material. If the cooda doee aot have aa even mesh, crone atltch ecrbn is basted over the material, the embroidery Is done over the scrim through the goods and when the work ta completed the threads of the ' scrim are pulled out. Croea-stltch designs for towels are usually made la this way. f - . - . .. Flannel Seams. , Mrs. John. A.: The seams of flannel, garments are usually hem catchsUtched. . The seam la first stitched together with one running and one back stitch, then, - pressed open and catchsUtched. ' The work la done from left to right, one Strand crossing the other In. a slanting direction. . Either a silk .or mercerized cotton can be used.. :. . This makes an exceedingly jieat finish, but the. work must be very evenly, done to secure the best results. 4 Catchstltch Is nothing . more or leas than the familiar herringbone. ' ' s "... - . ' : Patterns Not Sold. i . : - Mre. 3. & T.J Perforated patterns eg the designs given each week -as not sold. The designs are drawn exclusively for the paper and are made so that they can be traced directly from the paper to the material. . , - -. The only way In which yon can: secure the patterns la to purchase a paper In which they are published and trans-far them by means of Impression paper. Pattern Requested. -! Mrs. Mel? Will draw the centerpiece yon wish as soon as' possible. It would "- be some time, however, before It could be published aa many pattern are requested and each must await ' their 'torn. ; --- - - -. - ',--. ' " Thank yon very much for your words of appreciaUon. v - - Afghan- for Baby: Carriage. -Mre.'B.j-rA very pretty pattern- for baby afghaa was given in the Aogruat 14. 1912. issue of the paper. - This pattern Is crocheted with a pretty crose-stltch design in the center. ' The cross-stitching could be omitted, but It really adds very much to the beauty of the robe. it. A. white center, with pink crous-etltchn ig and a pink and white border would ' be very effective, but If you do aot wish. p- use, the cross stitch dealgn. make a: plain center ef piak yarn, with a pink " and white border. . . Am . afraid . the wool you have la too . heavy Joe irood results. -You could secure a better, effect with the aajfae yara aa thai used for the sampler. f : : Ch ild'sr Crocheted ? Jacket : Jn:,-Piique Stitch .. XT TT ATERIALS Ounce three - fold Saxony, one . spool colored crochet silk, celluloid hook Mo. ... . . - ... Ch. means chain; a. c .means single crochet: a. c. means double crochet; X taeaas that repetition begins at thin, point. , : : . This iacke to begun at lower edge eX back. ; Ch,et, turn., , ' ' Irat-Reww gjdp i CB make 1 a. c Us Oach rereatnla atltch. ch. 1. turn.. ... , Bocond Row Using both loope at top of Stitch makes 1 a o. In each a. c. of previous row, eh; t turn.- - Third Row Like second row. Fourth Row Make t a. c each In first tit, yarn over book, put hook under fourth a e. In first-row, draw up a loop.. Tarn over hook, draw through X yarn .over hook; draw through 1 (this make 1 d. c.). skip t a. e- ia edge. - X make 1 a. c. each ta aext I s. c. skip stitches la nra row, make 1 d. c. oa next stitch.: Repeat from X, ending with I a c.; In last X m. eh, I. torn. . ' Fifth Row Make 1 a. a. In each stitch, oh. X. turn. -.- Sixth Row Like second row.. . Seventh Row Like third row. Eighth 1 Row Make 1 s. c in first stitch. 1 d. . a. on second stitch In fifth row, X skip 1 s. c. In ed-re. 1 c. each. In next 3 s. c of previous row, skTp S - "i . fzi .z,.:rr;:r.,. 'xr.vr I2lzz:'.:.:i:i :r: ; ' l" ' I l ". " ----s".?J' w . HINTS I'OE. STENCTT.T.TTfQ. ,. 4 . In- st enclUlng curtains and large de signs one so often has to flnlah the task .the next. day. and then finds that the paint has a thick skin on it that wastes .nesrly half the amount one has mixed. This may be avoided If s the dish containing the paint ta set In a "pan or bcwl of water, so that an of the paint in covered. The water prevents the oil escaping from the paint, which may be rrixed np with a palette knife' aad la A-Lzhrfr'r'. -v. . i... ta fifth row, make 1 d. C la next stitch. Repeat from X to end of row, ch. 2.' . . - , ' : . " . Ninth, tenth and eleventh . rows, like fifth., sixth and seventh rows, x ... Repeat from fourth row until there are. .eleven rows of d..c . ... ',.:".- Make three rows a. c as before. Break yarn. ; . ; - v Ch, S for one sleeve and work across back; with row that has d- c in .it. at end of row. ch. 29 for ether alaave. turn. . skip 1 ch., make lac. each In 23 ch.. f id. - v-'-'-'-, ' V - V '. -, ' ' . i -ri. 4- r-i - 7 i .r: I o rt '.- fir- -i- " .quite as good as before In fact, paint will keep. In this way tor a week or ten dajraand It is much better to mix it all at once. If a certain ahade 1 desired, for It never" is exactly the- same If mixed at different times.-Brushes should 'be washed In turpentine after- each ' using and may be kept In a Jar w hi eft 'has about two Inches of turpentine ra ' the bottom. This -will keep the bristles ' soft aad ready for use and wilt preserve ' the life of the brush. ; ' - ii --.aa ?-''-r---?';.i.' ' - - r-'v f ": .-.. '-? Vtrf :;uVif.--.',".i r V. -.- - J; ..-v i y ' In each stitch across back-and In other ' 'a ch,-' ' -" Make 1 rows more of a. c. Next Row X make S s. e,', 1 d. o. In . third row below. Repeat ' from X to .end of row. ConUnue with tho pattern until you have C rows with d. c in sleeira. Then -make 1 row of a, c . Next row make 45 a c. ch. I. turn, maka .l a. c. in each ot the 45 s. . c Continue with the pattern (until you have 4 rows more of d. e, la the sleeve. ORNAAIENTS 1 o f. v fotenefl either tvthe front. ld, r "crp rrlraC 'and" Telnet rifcboM r r? f ":nJItiMd : la th oontructlon ct then k t j r rrrat aTMtJve to tb cMomics pmuu 'm "man acrapa materia ' may b used for many of tkna. Short length of lace from which mo tlf nay b cat and afterward suitably wlrad wiUl raault Jj a kandaanM trlni-tnlna; effect. VA. ,otL Quill may b sad ' of avreral thlrfcwn baMed tcethr ' A keavy atlk-oored wtra :Xm wound ' with a atrip of tao anattno ty it4 an . tire leactb. aad tacked ale tfce eontar lenxthwlaa X taa XoMad uMaa SmaU maltno oooip ootad o it him ol wire wound with aaalino aiako beautiful oraamenta,. .To maka. fold. tao-aa-Une Into many thtcknaeooa and then cat Into circles; then fold and Sack at -iha MtiJdU- wtt-a uoa (bread. A. orBameat. aaado ,of wblti hemp kj braid, imltateo n.lorxo white artac.t It la cut from wide braid. o xoada b7 m- - ' ' a" arrow oraia raw i odseiL- with whit i ifctn ribbon laid on in pUUta and anisftel with wire wotmd'wtth ribbon. SEWING ROOU1CNTS .. When making a nightgown for a " growing child, buy a pattern that la toe large and use the body part of thai pattern aad the sleeve of a dress pat-Urn which fits thechOd. For example.' foi a child of a year or a year aad a half buy a four-year-pattere. - I7se- the body of this pattern, and use for the .- sleeve the pattern of a dress Veeve for a child of one year. In doing this the rlghtgowa will, not be too large or bulky; It will simply be roomy. "The sleeves will become too short' bat ore the gown Is worn out. Tou 'must then put new sleeves In the required also. In this way the nightgown can be worn out and not discarded or given away while still in good condition.- - V r : .- ; MAKE YOUR OWN HATPINS . - .: Dot throw the whole .effect of yonr ; hat eatirely out of key by the use of I. w discordant hatplaa It Is a eltnple anae-; tar to have handsome hatpins to har-, , monlse with your hat. and at a small , j expense too. .A bit of lace, silk, brocade, '' o any other material will do. A ha! trimmed with a touch of cocal. bright blue, or green, would look alt the bet-' ter If Its hatpins were made of Urgt button . molds , covered with, the same . s bright material with an ordinary penny hatpin with white or black head stack , richt thrcugh the hole In the moldU l :., - . ,. TO MAKE HANDKERCHIEFS ms borate as well as simple handker- chiefs ' may bo- made ; from scraps - ot ' lawn,-lace aad -beading. Roll t&e eb?f . Instead of bonming,' whlctt ts done by. ' alightty moistening the thumb and fin-' ger and rolling aa tifht as possible. Be -careful not to stretch ' the iroo-is. The v more sheer -the- material'- the easier tt " Is to do this roll m jr. . It Is not necee- - sary'to have each row f Insertion -or -' laoe of the same- kind. The- effect ur " prettier where- different kinds are used. .11 ;'3;f;;"'j Sun carrying .out the pattern Increase S stitches at the neck at the end of every row until yon have O. stitches. , . Make 1 rows' more with d. c This flnlsbea sleeve. . - Now from , front edge work forward aad back on 39 stitches until -you have U rows of d a. . . .. . Make other front to correapond. . Sew up the underarm .and .aleeve .i Working forward and back maka 21 rows of a. c, (using both loops at top of stitch) all around edge. ,. and, oa. sleeves tor border, skip -an occasional atltch on neck to keep It from getting too wide, aad miter the corners at neck and lower edge by making 2 aUtchea In corner stitch when working oa right aide of work only, except In tho lost Z rowa. -Do not Increase In th(?J. In the seventh row, on rhjht front ch. I and skip . S at regular Intervals tor buttonholes, ; In the eighth row. make . I S. c, on ch. X otherwise as sixth row. . With silk make a crosa-otltch on every other stltoh of slxlh row in border. , j In . seventh row Make a cross-stitch -on the sUtch between, those in sixth row. ... . . , p . Eighth Row Uke sixth "row. -. . To finish, with silk maUs 1 . c ch. and X d c. la every other stitch 08 edge of jacket and sleeves. Fasten with three buttons.

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