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Unforgivable home croch clothes from the 1970s

by | 8th, November 2012

DID you home crochet in the 1960s and 1970s? Did you buy Aunt Lydia’s Knit Crochet Heavy Rug Yarn? Did you read publications like Knitting & Crochet, In Shawls and The Easy Art of Ripple Crochet? These people did. Look out for the brooding brother dressed the same as his mum, dad, and sister; the woman knitting her own bikini by the pool; man and dog look alike; the neck brace that let’s you dress like your toilet; and more…



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