Indiana Coverlet Weavers and their Coverlets Montgomery 1974 Submitter: During inventory at my middle school library, I came across this 1974 book that seems to have a very limited audience. I can’t imagine any middle school student wanting to check
Pop-Topping Pop-Top Terp, Patton, and Freeman 1975 Submitter: I’m a librarian for a community college and recently weeded this book, which I found so ridiculous and enjoyable that I kept it for myself. The covers are great; the photos inside
Pillows: Designs, Patterns, Projects Johnson 1978 Submitter: It is a 1978 DIY guide for how to make groovy pillow designs with butterfly appliqués (among others). The disturbing thing to me about this loser is that it sat for DECADES before
Plant Hangers: Ideas and Techniques Meilach 1977 Submitter: Yes, really. I just pulled this a few minutes ago from a satelite library that is in my school. Much like the library that I inherited, it hasn’t been weeded in 38
Macrame Accessories: Patterns and Ideas for Knotting Meilach 1977 Submitter: Having seen the pictures, I am happy that I did not experience the 70s. I think that the pictures pretty much speak for themselves. But I will say that the
Things to Make and Do Downey 1974 Submitter: Outdated! Holly: The crafts themselves aren’t toooo bad, but the book itself is very unappealing because it looks so old. The bird collage (below) sure has a lot of materials! Who lets
Clotheshanger Projects James & Shinn 1979 What, you ask, can you make with these glooooorious clothes hangers? According to the book cover, “101 Fun and Useful Things!” Such as? That goofy woman’s face-thing in the second picture is calling to me.
Knitting with Dog Hair Crolius 1997 I am a dog lover but I am really disturbed by a dog hair sweater. Anyone else think this is odd? I will concede that this is probably an appropriate choice for a dog/craft