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(ters, girl cousins and- friers all easy to-make
Line the buckle, with silk. The But
tons have the embroidery done before
covering. When the size has been decided-upon,
mark the design and 'dec-
Then cut out of an inch larger
than the woden button-mould to be cov
ered. Draw the kid over it smothly and
fmish wrong side with silk.
JJThe vanity bag may be .used for. a
work . bag, making places 'for needle
book and pin cushion, instead of the
purse and looking glass. Another at
tractive idea is to line the bag with white
rubber to use for a traveler's needfuls.
Make pockets inside to hold hairpins,
soap and tooth paste. , '
Four pieces of 3-inch ribbon 9
inches long make the bag,
Cut one end of each piece,
pointed, two inches deep. Sew
up thefour pieces, points in the
center. This makes thebottom
of bag. Sew up' the four sides
for Ayi inches and line the bag,
leaving ends above, drawing
strings 2 inches deep. A. half
inch casing is made fqr drawing
The work apron is made from
an all white figured muslin, with
a pocket at the bottom 7 inches
deep.' Half-inch ribbdn is put in
as a drawing string for the pock
ets. The top is gathered in an inch
wide band wbich "buttons in, the
back. A white bone ring is fast
ened to one side of the apron,
from which are suspended vary
ing lengths of half-inch ribbon.
On these are fastened scissors,
thimble, emery, needlework.
The calendar is unique, .having
real feathers fastened into the
large hat. If one is clever with
water colors, draw and paint on
watet color paper the head and
shoulders of. an attractive young
girl, wearing a large hat.
Cut out all around. and cover
the crown of the hat and upper
part of the brim with' a piece of
black velvet, the exact shape,
pasting if in place.
Stick three or four tiny feath
ers of any effective color into tHe
velvet,v making a tiny hole for
them, and putting a scrap of
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