When were Anchor Hocking Boopie patterns made?

Answer Anchor Hocking manufactured Boopie glass from the 1950s until the 1970s. The Berwick pattern, more commonly called "Boopie", came in Forest Green, Royal Ruby, Amber and Crystal. The Boopie patterns... Read More »

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Are Anchor Hocking Boopie cups glass or crystal?

Anchor Hocking Boopie cups are made of glass. The word "Boopie" describes a style of glassware that Anchor Hocking created that has circular beads on the base of the glass or as part of the pattern... Read More »

How hot can the oven be when using Anchor Hocking bakeware?

The oven can be as hot as 425º F (318º C) when using Anchor Hocking bakeware. Temperatures hotter than 425º F (318º C) can cause the glassware to become unstable. Anchor Hocking bakeware should... Read More »

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How to Make Barbie Patterns From Full-Sized Patterns?

Making handmade clothes for your dolls, such as Barbie, often originates with a sketch and pattern. Using a specific Barbie doll, such as the 1966 version which stands 12 inches, or the 2006 versio... Read More »