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A NUMBER OF SUGGESTIONS FOR GIRLISH GIFTS FQR SISf
makes a charming shirt-waist set
The buckle is 4 inches long and 3 wide,
being cut from cardboard, the ceriteiscut
away of an inch from the edge. "Cover
with the kid and stamp the design I j
Every girl loves pretty girlish
things. Here are a number of
suggestions which' girls and wo
men with clever fingers can make
for their frjen'ds at home or
The fan-bag, made from the
wristlet of a discarded long glove,
is 14 inches long and can be lined
Glut wrjstlet below the buttons.
Mark out te "design and work
the; embrdidery, a design of tiny
roses and leaves, which can be
done wifcH the ribbon which
comes especially for thjs pur
pose, or soft baby ribbon.
The stitches ate lodps of the
ribbon, taking the needle in and
out, from one side to the other.
The stems are outlining stitch
and Frerijch knots in the centers
of Ihe flowers.
Cut out two pieces of card
board 2 inches in diameter: Cover
one with silk or sateen,, the other
with kid and overhand together.
Fasten the bag part to this about
1 finches from the top.
Make a casing y2 inch wide, of
ribbon or silk, making a small
hole in the kid part of each side
to allow . the ribbon drawing
strings td cotrie through.
The belt-buckle and button are
also madef rom the ki,d. Four or
six buttons, "with the buckle, em
broidered in the same design,
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decorate wim tne nooon eniurumcij
usjng a large-eyed needle.
The stems are done by putting the
needle back and forth, making" a series
of' stitches their own length apart, the
returning, hlljng" m the spaces. .