Woman magazine - Prince Philip cover (13 June 1981)
1 in stock.
Fair to good condition for age - light age wear/yellowing/light foxing to some pages - a surname has been written at the edge of the rear cover - bottom staple is missing making pages slightly loose
PRINCE PHILIP - "Why the Queen has never tamed her husband" On the eve of his 60th birthday, we take a look at Prince Philip in his role as Royal consort, husband and father, to discover how he's always remained his own man Three and a half pages
FASHION - "Hot Stuff" 2 page fashion (photographed in Arizona)
COOKERY - "Herb drill" 3 pages (Includes recipes: Minted stuffed aubergines; Bacon and parsley bits; Mackerel with rosemary; Chicken terrine with thyme; Braised beef with bay; Sagey sausage roll; Spaghetti with basil; Tarragon pears)
CROCHET AND KNITTING PATTERNS - "The Classy T" We've designed for you a selection of tops - simple to make, and in a class of their own 3 pages Includes instructions to knit: - Ladies knitted top, with sloping collar and little cuffs, outlined with a pick-up-and-cast-off edge ["Slick Silk"] - Ladies crocheted top in fine rayon, in one piece with knitted ribs at the welt and square neck ["High Gloss"] - Ladies top in varying patterns, knitted in a thick ribbon-like rayon yarn to give a heavy fabric ["Rich Stitch"] - Ladies cotton yarn top with a soft, slubby texture, with three-quarter sleeve and waist-slimming length ["Super Cool"]