After a bit of an unplanned hiatus, my Thursday night posts with pictures from old magazines continue!
This week, two treasures from the trove passed on by Linnea: A mail order crafting pattern and some selections from a recipe book by Carnation promoting “New Velvetized Carnation” from 1966.
If anyone would be tinkled pink to actually MAKE this, please let me know and I will mail you the pattern! In the meantime, glory at the Wool Picture, my friends.
(For reasons unknown to me, WordPress is REFUSING to allow me to add alt text to this image. Just this one. No idea why. Anyway, if you click through, you can access the alt text/description on the photo’s Flickr page. I’m really sorry!)
What this cookbook definitely needed was more orange. I do think it’s a little weird that it was a promotional tool for Carnation, and it wasn’t done in Carnation’s colours. Nor is there a Carnation logo anywhere on the front or back. You must open it up to see which treasures lie within!
Like this! The ad copy on this is truly spectacular. “Saucy goodness,” for example. And “does something delicious to…”