Page 14, 11th October 1935

11th October 1935
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Hand-made Rugs Last

Hobby Where Everyone Can Help a Lifetime RE you one of those women who look with shining eyes at handicraft demonstrations in the big stores (coming to each new one as fresh as......

Take A Chair . .

A fascinating family histog IF ROM the time lien the first caveman hewed a seat from a tree stump, chairs have occupied a place of honour amongst our household gods, and in......

Exit Little Dressmaker . .

▪ . Enter Copyist'! S MART women long ago learnt the futility of hoping for great results from " little dressmakers:: Save for a few survivors. who are willing to work on a good......

Fruit Biscuits . .

M AKE a rich paste with twelve ounces of self-raising flour and eight ounces of butter, adding a little sugar. Roll out very thin, sprinkle liberally with washed and thoroughly......

Try A Mint Ba I H

HHAVE you ever enjoyed the delightful refreshment of a mint bath? This is the time to try it, forsprobably you have quantities of the fragrant herb in your garden. In any case,......

There's Beauty In Shadows

H AVE you ever thought of planning your room and its contents so that, when the lights are lit and the fire is glowing, there are beautiful and interesting shadows thrown upon......

Plain Walls

The walls need to be plain in treatment and pictures few in number to allow shadow-play to be seen to advantage. Try out the idea with a tall vase of earthenware filled with......

Getting Depth

Shadows cast on the floor are only effective when this is light in colour. The shadows cast by furniture can then add materially to the beauty of a room. The architects of old......