They are amazing. Mostly they have patterns for baby things, lots of soakers and such, and they also have mens and women's patterns. Here are some of the highlights from the 1940s issue:
There ware several page devoted to techniques in each booklet, and 'brushing' is referred to quite a bit in the 1940s one:
I love it. Angora for preserving warmth and 'health'! I think they must have brushed their angora knits for extra fuzziness.
Here are some highlights from the 1960 issue:
I especially love some of the baby knits in this one, and there is a ladies 'vest' and 'spencer' that seems like a very cute sleep set. I'm defnitieyl going to try my hand at some of these patterns in the future, but I also find them really inspiring- it's interesting to see how the cut of clothing and evolved over the decades.