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Crocheted Cigarette Case Holder PDF Pattern Vintage 1940s


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MCC W49-50 Cigarette Case : This pattern contains instructions to crochet the cigarette case pictured above, in silvery gold and copper threads. In the 1940s, the age of this pattern, a case to store and protect your cigarettes was all the vogue. And, maybe not quite as necessary now, still quite fun for those that smoke. Just flip the button, open the top, and just like Betty Grable in one of those old, pull out a cigarette just as the gentlemen line up to offer a light. Or, maybe not. The size in height is not stated, add or reduce rows as needed to fit your brand.

- Dritz Glitter Twist, Art. 143, 1 tube gold, silver or copper.
- Dritz metal crotchet hook No.2.

Gauge: 7 sts=1".

I have digitally reworked this vintage public domain pattern to produce a clean, easy to read, (1 1/2 inch line spacing) document and then converted to a PDF file (not a photocopy). The file will be sent to you by Email (NO Shipping Costs). You can open with an Adobe Reader and refer to the pattern from your screen, or print.

The PDF file will be forwarded to your email address within 12 hours.

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Primary Material: PDF

Pattern: Crochet

Color: White


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The majority of the knit and crochet patterns in my shop are in PDF format. These vintage patterns are from newspapers, magazines and pattern books ranging between the 1930s and very early 1970's. I duplicate only Public Domain Patterns.

Originally, I simply scanned the patterns. But, often - as patterns from magazines and books were often spread over numerous pages - the end result was unattractive and, honestly, a bit difficult to read. (Old, possible damaged, paper scans and looks like old paper). So, I started experimenting with different ways to process these old patterns.

I ended up with a process where the patterns are scanned to a word document, carefully proofed and then reformatted back to a pattern with larger print (no more magnifying glasses needed) and 1 lines sentence spacing, and then converted to a PDF document. This is a labor intensive process, however, it results in an Easy-to-Read, Easy-to-Use document that I am proud to preserve and offer. I do put a copyright mark on the pattern you will receive, but Note: I am referencing the format of the pattern only. These are public domain patterns and you may create and sell the items you make. I only ask, that you do not resell the pattern in my reworked format.

Now, that said, I had entered approx. 900 patterns in my shop before arriving at the rework decision. I am in the process of reworking every pattern in the shop to the new format. I estimate this will take 3 - 4 months. You can tell whether or not a pattern is in the old or new format in the description. Old format descriptions indicate - I have scanned this pattern to a PDF file - versus - I have digitally reworked this pattern.

It is my hope you will enjoy working with these re-digitized vintage patterns, and visit me often. I list new patterns almost daily.


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