Lady Making Patch Quilt Silhouette

December 14, 1928
Mary Gasperik Legacy Project; Susan Salser
Detroit, Michigan, United States
A pattern leaflet for a silouhette of a lady making patchwork that was distributed through the Beauty in the Home column in the Detroit News
The Detroit News
Lady Making Patch Work Silhouette

All that has to be done to the silhouette is to cut it out carefully and paste it to a piece of rough finish white or cream paper and frame it in a black painted frame; or you may use passe-partout for this purpose.

This would be attractive with an inch and a half or two-inch margin all around.

This department has two other silhouette leaflets, which would be very charming if framed and grouped with this one. One of the leaflets has a maiden at an old-time spinet and the other has a pair of heads, one of an old-time lady and the other of a gentleman.

If you would like to have these silhouettes also, just send your request to them to the Beauty in the Home Department, The Detroit News, enclosing with it a self-addressed, stamped envelope. A large envelope should be used for the maiden at the spinet, as folding the leaflets would spoil the silhouette.


Courtesy of The Detroit News Archives.

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