Woman's Day crochet patterns are available online on a few websites including WomansDay.com and Ravelry.com. As well as listing crochet patterns for Christmas ornaments and a vest, WomansDay.com lists its 20 favorite crochet sites. Ravelry.com has a complete listing of Woman's Day crochet patterns from 1947 to 2011.
As an incentive for customers to purchase more grocery items, in 1931, A&P grocery stores began publishing a free in-store menu and recipe planner. As A&P, the first grocery store in the United States, grew, it expanded the menu/recipe planner and created the Woman's Day magazine in 1937 featuring articles on child care, food preparation and cooking, home decoration, needlework, and health. Woman's Day was sold exclusively in A&P stores until 1958 when the company was sold to a national publisher.