I was able to find all the years from 1860 to 1869 of Peterson's Magazine on-line. I am grateful that so many libraries and schools have scanned in many of their public domain holdings.
There are some terms used that are not commonly used today.
- ruche: A ruffle or pleat of lace, muslin, or other fine fabric used for trimming women's garments.
- doyley, d'oyley, mat: any small, ornamental mat, esp. one of embroidery or lace.
- resilla: Resilla usually refers to a head ornament with a fishnet-like design. Fine wires or cords were inter-spaced with pearls, coral, jet and sometimes gemstone beads and secured on the hair with a jeweled comb or other hair ornament. The term comes from the French résille which translates net, network or netting.
- tidy: A decorative protective covering for the arms or headrest of a chair.
- escallop: Variant of scallop.
1860 (Vol. 37-38)
- page 85 Netted Undersleeve
- page 161 Netted Net for the Hair - with an illustration
- page 247 Anti-macassar in Netting and Darning
- page 230 The Resilla - with front view illustration
- page 231 The Resilla - with back view illustration
- page 309 Netted Tidy
- page 478 Netted Window Curtain
- page 77 Baby's Knitted Shoe and Sock [with net trim]
- page 259 Netted Curtains
- page 287 To be Darned on Netting
- page 345 Lady's Netted Work-bag
- page 347 Netted Bed Fringe
- page 424 Netted D'Oyley for Tartlet
- page 306 Antimacassar
- page 147 Netted Escallop Borders
- page 148 Netted Escallop Borders - illustration
- page 149 Opera Hood
- page 150 Netted Tidy
1864 (Vol. 45-46)
- page 15 Border in Netting and Darning - illustration
- page 76 Border in Netting and Darning
- page 156 Hair-Net with illustration
1865 (Vol. 47-48)
1866 (Vol. 49-50)
- page 274 Netted Night-Cap
- page 69 Netted Opera Hood
- page 304 Hood in Knitting and Crochet [with Ruche of Netting ]
- page 74 Cravat of Knitting and Netting
- page 337 Darned Tidy
I wonder how many people made the Sleeping Cushion for Back of Chair and how comfortable it was.