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Basketry And Handicraft

Basketry and Handicraft

A Tentative Course in

Needlework, Basketry, Designing, Paper and Card-Board
Construction, Textile Fibers and Fabrics
and Home Decoration and Care

Designed for Use in Schools and Homes
[01] Explanatory Note.
Basketry And Handicraft
01 Explanatory Note.
02 Suggestions To Teachers Of Handycraft Work
03 Meet The Needs Of Classes Or Individuals Doing The Work
04 There Is Absolutely No Value In Poor Puttering Work
05 Avoid Delay In Distributing Supplies
06 Some Will Require a Much Longer Time On An Exercise Than Others
08 Suggestions For Teachers
10 Thread The Needle From The End That Hangs From The Spool
12 Drill 3 Use Of The Thimble
14 Order Of Exercises.
16 Exercise No. 2 Running.
18 Exercise No. 4 Pot Holder Weaving Christmas Piece.
20 Exercise No. 5 Running.
22 Exercise No. 7 Running.
24 Hemming a Towel.
26 Exercise No. 10 Overhanding.
28 The Four Running Designs In Exercise No
30 Order Of Exercises.
32 Exercise No. 11 Seam a Combination Stitch.
34 Rounding The Point To Give The Strawberry Shape
36 Exercise No. 13 Seam B Stitching.
38 Following Are The Directions For a Simple Button-bag
40 Exercise No. 16 a Doily Blanket Stitch And The Kensington Outline Stitch.
42 Exercise No. 18 a Pair Of Miniature Pillow Cases.
44 Exercise No. 20 Textile Fibers And Fabrics Silk.
46 The Order Of The Doily And The Bag May Be Reversed
48 Order Of Exercises.
50 Exercise No. 21 Hemmed Patch.
52 Exercise No. 22 Mitered Corner.
54 Fold The Large Piece Of Gingham With The
56 Exercise No. 25 Napkin Damask Hem.
58 Exercise No. 27 a Pair Of Sleeve Protectors.
60 Cut The Sleeve Protectors From The Pattern
62 Exercise No. 29 a Pin Cushion.
64 Electives.
66 Cut From The Unbleached Muslin Two Circular Pieces
68 Work The Design With The Outline Stitch Before Sewing Up The Seams
70 Fourth Year Sixth Grade.
72 Exercise No. 31 Stocking Darning.
74 Exercise No. 32 Placket Sampler a Placket.
76 Exercise No. 34 Placket Sampler The Gusset.
78 Exercise No. 36 Placket Sampler The Shirt Sleeve Or Nightgown Opening.
80 Exercise No. 38 Placket Sampler Bands Hemmed And Overhanded.
82 Exercise No. 39 An Underskirt.
84 Exercise No. 40 Textile Fibers And Fabrics Flax.
86 The Round Bottom Bag With a Fancy Raffia Covering.
88 Order Of Exercises.
90 See Description Of The Hemmed Seam
92 The Small Waist.
94 Exercise No. 43 Collars, Jabots, Bows, Etc. Christmas Piece.
96 Exercise No. 44 a Study Of Home Furnishing, Decoration And Care.
98 Exercise No. 46 a Pair Of Drawers.
100 See The Draft For The Drawers Pattern
102 Exercise No. 47 Cloth Darning.
104 Exercise No. 48 Textile Fibers And Fabrics Wool.
106 Description Of Stitches.
108 An Even Basting Is Used On Hems
110 This Is Made By Working Around a Line Instead Of Cutting The Hole
112 Some Materials do Not Require Overcasting
114 Drawing Them Closer At The Top And Spreading At The Bottom
116 The Bar The Thread Being At The Top Of The Last Stitch
118 On Cloth That Ravels Badly Put In Two
120 In Darning With Thread Darn On The Wrong Side
122 For Stroking Or Placing Gathers Use a Coarse Needle Or a Pin
124 In Heavy Material Three Or Four Threads May Be Put In
126 Half-back Stitching Is Similar To The Stitching
128 Teachers Will Find The Following Suggestions Helpful In
130 The Depth Of The Stitch Depends Upon The Material To Be Overcast
132 Running Running Is Done By Taking Up
134 Ornamental Stitches.
136 The Embroidery Should Be Done Before The Edge Is Cut
138 Couching Couching Is a Coarse Blanket Stitch
140 This Consists Of Alternating Groups Of Two
142 Drawing The Threads Measuring From The Edge Of The Cloth
144 Take Up On The Needle Three Or Four Of The Cross Threads
146 Working From You Instead Of Toward You As In Ordinary Running
148 This Is a Variation Of The Blanket Stitch
150 Make The Band By Turning In One-fourth Of An Inch All Around
152 To Cut a Bias Facing.
154 The Edges Of Cloth Are Known As The Selvedge
156 Turn And Crease a Quarter-inch Fold On Both Sides
158 A Placket Is An Opening Made In a Garment
160 Crease The Facing Back Over The Opening Exactly In The Seam
162 After Turning The Fold The Length Of The Facing
164 Cut The Opening The Desired Length
166 Crease Both Facings Open In The Seams
168 Cut a Piece Of Cloth One And One-half Inches Square
170 A Seam Is Formed By Sewing Together Two Pieces Of Cloth
172 Place Together The Wrong Sides Of The Pieces To Be Joined
174 Instead Of With a Seam Involving Several Thicknesses Of Cloth
176 Double The Binding Ribbon Through The Center And Crease
178 Change The Position Of The Pin And Repeat
180 When Sewing Lace To An Edge Always Hold The Lace Next To You
182 When Sewing Gathered Lace To An Edge
184 B If The Pattern Permits Cut
186 Textile Fibers And Fabrics.
188 It Has Not As Yet Been Found Profitable
190 Cotton Is One Of The Most Important Vegetable Fibers.
192 The Plant Grows From Seven To Ten Feet High
194 Until The Cotton Gin Was Invented In 1793
196 Two Systems Of Spinning Are In Use At The Present Time
198 Flax Grows From Two To Three Feet High
200 Being Drawn And Twisted And Drawn Out Again
202 Linen Is Chiefly Manufactured In France
204 There Are Three Classes Of Wool
206 The Wool Is Harsh To The Touch After It Has Been Scoured
208 Among The Principal Varieties Are
210 Dress, And Its Relation To Art.
212 Art On Paper Is The Preparation For a Journey Packing The Suitcase
214 While a Due Regard To The Opinions Of
216 Costly Thy Habit As Thy Purse Can Buy
218 Give Careful Heed To The Selection Of Color
220 Mark Three Holes On The Fold With The Needle
222 Find The Center Of The Card By Drawing Both Diagonals
224 A Folding Envelope Case For Papers.
226 Fold The Half-inch Strip Of Book-cloth Through The Center
228 Follow The Directions For Making The Cover Of
230 Draw On The Book-cloth An Oblong Five By Eight Inches
232 A Four Sided, Collapsible Candle Or Lamp Shade.
234 Home Furnishing, Decoration And Care.
236 An Imaginary Home.
238 Basketry.
240 General Directions For Making The Coil Basket.
242 Baskets May Be Classified As Round Or Oval
244 Splicing The Reed As The Reed Naturally
246 As Haphazard Work Is Not Apt To Be Satisfactory
248 Description Of Basket Stitches.
250 This Is The Stitch Used By The Indians
252 In Analyzing This Stitch We Find That It Is Made Up Of Three Parts
254 Preface Of Practical Basketry
256 Its Poetry And Its Artistry Would Be a Revelation
258 Through It Can Be Given Lessons In Patience
260 The Child Who Works Steadily Over a Basket
262 I Would Suggest That Children Be Permitted To
264 Equipment
266 The Round Reed Varies In Sizes
268 Is Imported And Sold In The Natural And Dull Green Colors
270 The First Lesson
272 Simple Weaving Is The Commonest Of All And
274 Double Pairing The Weave Is The Same
276 Sometimes Called The “wale” Weave
278 The Weavers Are Brought In Front Of 4 Spokes And Back Of 1 Spoke
280 In Cutting The Ends Of Spokes Always Cut
282 You Are Now Ready For The First Step
284 Model 2. Fig. 5 Mat With Closed Border
286 Closed Border No 1
288 The Bottom Of This Basket Is Begun Just Like The Mat
290 Basket For Spools
292 Closed Border No 2
294 Weave The Center Of This Basket With Brown
296 And Separate The Spokes With Green Raffia
298 No. 1 Jardiniere
300 Separate Bottom Baskets
302 Place Each Of The Three Weavers Back Of a Consecutive Spoke
304 Striped Sewing Basket
306 Handle
308 Sewing Basket In Check Effect
310 During The Weaving The Spokes Should Be Held
312 Follow This In Double Weave Using Green And Natural Reed
314 Over The 16 Spokes Weave a Base In Pairing Four Inches In Diameter
316 Handles And Lids. Small Carrying Basket In Striped Effect
318 Handle Of Basket
320 Over 101⁄2 Spokes Weave a Base Five Inches In Diameter
322 Work The Sides Four Inches High
324 Oval Basket With Lid
326 Drawing The Spokes In With The Weaver
328 After The Lid Is Placed In Proper Position On The Basket
330 Turn The Sides With Three Rows Of No
332 Finish With Three Rows Triple Twist And The Following Border
334 Hanging Baskets
336 Handle Triple Twist
338 This Little Basket Has a Three Inch Base
340 Hanging Basket
342 Handle Triple Twist At The Base Of Basket.
344 Weave An Upset Of Three Rows Of Triple Twist
346 Bowl Shaped With Flared Top
348 Funnel Shaped Hanging Basket
350 Flower Receptacles. Vase With Handles.
352 Green Jardiniere
354 After Inserting 5 Spokes Through The Other 5 Spokes
356 Oval Reed Jardiniere
358 Insert 2 Spokes By The Side Of Each Base Spoke
360 Make Secure With Three Rows No
362 And Turn Sharply Upward With Three Rows Of Brown No
364 Material For The Basket.
366 Take The Center Of a Single Weaver
368 Through The Five Spokes Place The Three 7-inch Spokes
370 Slip The Four Spokes Through The Seven Spokes
372 Weave a Base 6 Inches Long 33⁄4 Inches Wide
374 Trays - Pin Tray
376 Pass It Back Of The Next Spoke To Right
378 Cake Tray
380 The Stand For Basket Is Woven In Two Rows
382 After Fastening The Center With Two Rows Of Weaving
384 Fruit Basket Trays - Fruit Basket Tray
386 Fruit Basket Tray
388 Pass It Back Of Next Two Groups
390 Placing a Single Spoke By The Side Of Every Other Spoke
392 Small Serving Tray
394 The Cretonne And Glass Should Be Identical In Size
396 Bore 99 Holes Through Board Equal Distance Apart
398 Round Serving Tray
400 Scrap Baskets - Small Scrap Basket (checker Design)
402 Large Scrap Basket (checker Design)
404 Rush Scrap Basket
406 Flower Basket
408 Utility Baskets - Artistic Basket With Lid
410 Hold The Spokes To Secure a Curved Center For Lid
412 Lily Basket
414 Small Barrel Shaped Rush Basket
416 Large Rush Scrap Basket
418 Oblong Tray
420 Under The First Spoke And Over The Second
422 Scrap Basket (open Work)
424 Fancy Scrap Basket
426 In The Ordinary Way Work a Round Base Seven Inches In Diameter
428 Father’s Waste Paper Basket
430 Nothing Appeared Too Small Or Too Unimportant To
432 Which Are Fast To Water And Light
434 If This Is Not Practicable Then Soak It At Least Three Hours
436 Again To Have a Contrasting Color With The
438 The Following Recipes May Be Used For Vegetable Dyeing
440 Five Teaspoonfuls Of Washing Soda And One-half Cup Of Rock Alum
442 Indian Red
444 Safety Warning
445 How To Cite Our Website


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