This is a quick and easy heart shaped potholder crochet pattern. It’s included in the 1954 booklet Needlework Charm with Kentucky yarns.
If you’re interested in purchasing a copy of the complete booklet, it’s available on Ebay from one of our Vintage Textile and Needlework Sellers here.
It’s a fun booklet that has several knit and crochet patterns for you and your home. Plus there are tips and hints from 1954 on fashion, decorating, and grooming throughout the book.
Here’s the Pattern:
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List of Vintage Kentucky Yarns
Inside the booklet is this list of different types of Kentucky Yarns. It will give you an idea a yarn to substitute for the Kentucky Soft Spun Yarn. However, this seller has over 500 vintage skeins for sale if you want the real thing.
In a previous post you’ll find a Diamonds and Hearts Potholder.
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