NEEDLE POINT AS A HOBBY by D. Geneva Lent

NEEDLE POINT AS A HOBBY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In spite of her arguments to the contrary, this seems badly timed. Needlepoint would seem to be a luxury item, for leisure hours. However, this may be a book needed in the background reference shelf of needlework. The text is a blend of historical material -- running throughout the book, with the first half of each chapter given to it. Then in each chapter, the last half presents a step by step analysis of successive stitches, patterns, etc.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1942
Publisher: Harper