Thanks to the wonderful people who choose to support Crochet Concupiscence through Patreon, I’ve reached my next milestone and am able to bring back the monthly posts in my exploration of 50 Years of Vintage Crochet History. Here is our look at 1943 crochet!
I was asked if I’d be interested in sharing this post with my readers and I thought it was interesting enough that I agreed to share.
The awareness might be relatively new but crocheting to heal isn’t new at all and I’m always excited when I see references to it in articles from the past. For example, I learned about crocheter Merril Hawkins from a 1974 article in the Ocala Star-Banner.
What was going on in the world of crochet in 1942? Let’s discover …
Kathy explained to me that she had received a pile of things from her husband’s parents’ house. Her sisters-in-law didn’t want the items but she was amazed to discover the treasure of a vintage crochet filet flag. She loved it immediately and had it framed, but she didn’t have any information about the piece.
I’m continuing my steady research into vintage crochet history. We finished up 1930s crochet and started with 1940 last month. So that means today I’m checking out what happened in crochet in 1941.
It’s time to begin a new decade in my research into vintage crochet history. We finished up 1930s crochet and now let’s move into the 1940’s, starting, of course, with the first year of the decade. Here’s what I found so far in crochet from 1940.