August 2017

Reminiscent of medieval tapestry themes, this wonderfully inventive crochet pattern has angels, a griffon, a hart and a deer, a warrior, a queen and a dancer, and more.

A proud peacock struts his stuff in a combination of art deco elements, designed by Pearl Stayton in 1916. Use this simple crochet pattern to make a pillow top as shown, or adapt it for other home decor.

Crochet a simple lace lily and cross edging for an altar cloth. Designed in 1924 by an unknown designer, this crochet pattern features scallops, open areas of lacets and bars, and a mitered corner with detailed instructions.

Designed by Olive F. Ashcroft in 1926, this pretty pattern features three-dimensional flower centers with crocheted clusters.

Use this handy French Horn Music Lesson Journal to set goals for learning the French horn each week and keep track of progress. Goal-setting helps form good habits that make learning seem easy and natural.

Use this handy Tuba Music Lesson Journal to set goals for learning the tuba each week and keep track of progress. Goal-setting helps form good habits that make learning seem easy and natural.

Use this handy Trombone Music Lesson Journal to set goals for learning the trombone each week and keep track of progress. Goal-setting helps form good habits that make learning seem easy and natural.

Use this handy Trumpet Music Lesson Journal to set goals for learning the trumpet each week and keep track of progress. Goal-setting helps form good habits that make learning seem easy and natural.

Add happiness to your home decor with this easy crochet pattern for the end of a table runner or dresser scarf. Designed by Mrs. J.C. Campbell in 1918, these bluebirds stand the test of time.