The Spool Cotton Company
Book No. 133
Original Copyright 1939
Gone are the days when drabness ruled the kitchen and the lowly Pot Holder was the dullest accessory of them all. Today, Pot Holders, keyed to the new kitchens, add a note of color, spice or humor.
In this book you will find a whole new crop of Pot Holder ideas that will make your fingers itch for the crochet hook. Try out our Non- Skid Twins and see how firmly they grip the most slippery pan — amuse your friends with Chicken Little or Tick Tock — add a touch of colonial charm with Sampler, or a modern note with Hacienda. They're infinitely practical and they're fun to make, too!
Then stop to consider that every Pot Holder in this book is carefully planned for low cost — that Clark's O.N.T. or J. & P. Coats threads guarantee you Boilfast colors and sturdy wear — and you'll get the Pot Holder fever, too!
PAD … Cut flannel, muslin or any soft material, slightly smaller than crocheted pieces. Place between crochet, tacking to wrong side of one piece if desired. Finish pot holder as in directions.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION … Be sure to buy at one time sufficient material of the same dye lot to complete the article. It is impossible to avoid slight variations in color in different dye lots.
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