Needlecraft Home Arts, September 1935
You want this one for the cover alone, which is worth framing or ironing on to a T-shirt (check our Knitting Illustrations page for a large collection of knitting images you can use for T-shirts or calendars or postcards). Sad to say, there are NO knitting patterns in the magazine. Instead, readers are encouraged to purchase patterns via the mail. There's a set of patterns for crocheted markings for towels or blankets, and recipes (!) for pineapple chiffon pie, almond horseradish sauce, a tomato juice cocktail, a fruit juice flip and an ice cream sundae with a chocolate roll. And, in a reminder that backyard grills were not common until the 1950s, there is advice on making a mini-oven of three stacks of bricks plus a grill removed from the gas stove on which to cook hot dogs or hamburgers.