Jimmy Carter was president.
Top songs on the radio included:
Best Sellers on the fiction list were:
Non-fiction best sellers were
"Galactica 1980" was on TV and I was not impressed.
You could go to the movies and see The Fog (I did see this in the theater in Amery, Wisconsin) or Mad Max.
Workbasket Magazine’s February 1980 issue had four crochet patterns; a reversible crib blanket, a set that included a scarf, cap, gloves and legwarmers and your two choices for this month:
Tennis Shoe Booties
I was a little sad that the pattern for the Cowboy boots were not included in issue – you’d have to send away to Annie’s Attic to get it and as far as I can tell, it’s no longer available. It’s made with worsted weight yarn and F hook for the small size.
Elephant in Crochet
Yes, another odd little toy from Workbasket Magazine. I’m not sure if it quite looks like an elephant but I’m willing to try it if it wins.
Which one should I make? Baby tennis shoes or an elephant?
1/29/2020 02:21:05 pm
I vote for the tennis shoe booties (altho those cowboy boot booties would've been so cute). That elephant looks like a mutant escapee from some nuclear fall-out. P.S. I'm pretty sure I know all the words for all of those songs, except maybe Escape...:)
1/29/2020 03:48:12 pm
Escape aka The Pina Colada Song? The song where a guy is tired of his woman so he places a personal ad only to find out that his woman was tired of him too.
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I'm from Minnesota and have been crocheting since 2003. I inherited a box full of Workbasket Magazines from my mother-in-law and became obsessed with the vintage patterns.