You’ve seen them, heck, loads of us have seen them and, in some unspecified time in the future, probably used a pattern out of them. The ‘Workbasket Magazine’ began out as ‘Aunt Martha’s Workbasket, Home and Needlecraft for Pleasure and Profit’ in October of 1935. It was the brainchild of Clara and Jack Tillotson from Kansas City, MO. The Great Depression had the nation in it’s grip and if people needed one thing, they made it for themselves. There was no money to buy something and sometimes should you had the cash, what you had been looking for wasn’t on the shelves. A journal that provided folks with the patterns to make issues for themselves was just what was needed at that time.
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