Vintage knitting patterns
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Victoria Carden saved to Knitting
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Patricia Thomas saved to knit crochet sew
Knit and crochet sweaters were an everyday garment for active Edwardian girls and women. Edwardian sweaters are still in style today. So knit, crochet or sew your own Edwardian sweater this winter following one of the 25 free antique Edwardian sweater patterns.
Tasha saved to recreation.
This should have been a blog bank holiday special, but I’m a bit behind schedule. Here is the whole booklet from Stitchcraft “For the Junior Miss”, which is from 1949 according to…
Charlene Reddington saved to Knitting
Knitting Patterns 1930s Sweater, Vintage Jumper Downloadable PDF, 1930s Knitting pattern, Vintage Knitting Patterns
This is an INSTANT DOWNLOAD, no physical item will be mailed/shipped. PDFs can be instantly downloaded following the Etsy download link after payment. You'll receive the pattern as a PDF format. Vintage 1930s knitting pattern how to make a ladies neckband jumper in vintage 1930s style. The pattern was tested by me, you can see the pictures od the result, so you may be sure that the pattern is clear and correct. Please view the attached photographs for materials, sizes, etc. Size: Adult Size…
Stephanie Surprenant saved to Knitting
Knitters can find inspiration in the world around them, so its no surprise that popular culture offers up fertile ground for designers.
AllFreeKnitting saved to Knitting Favorites
Target Pattern no. 1198, I would think its from the mid-fifties? A great pin-up knitting pattern for the wasp-waisted rockabilly gal. Continuing in the vein of shade cards, this pattern from Target has a useful colour guide down the side. I love the coral-red on the card – and the little bobbles on the cardigan adds some great interest to a plain cardigan. To fit 34,36 and 38 inch busts, and knit in Motoravia Double Knitting Wool (a worsted/10ply according to Rav) on 3.75mm and 4mm needles…
Tina Smith saved to knit/crochet
YARN: DK weight yarn, approx 825 (909; 1007; 1118; 1196) [1301; 1432; 1481; 1561] metres / 900 (991; 1098; 1219; 1305) [1420; 1562; 1615; 1703] yards. Sample shown in The Fibre Company Knightsbridge, a blend of 65% baby llama, 25% merino wool, and 10% silk. NEEDLES & NOTIONS: 3.75mm circular needles for the main body, either 24” or 30” depending on size. 4mm and 3.5mm needles of your preferred length for working sleeves (ie. magic loop, 2 circulars, DPNs). You will also need scrap yarn for…
Cassie L saved to Sew cute>>
12 Days of a Vintage Handmade Holiday — Day 1 They’re comfortable, warm — yes, even sexy — and fashionably popular decade after decade. This stocking pattern is one from the…
Sarah Bardsley saved to Vintage Knit and Crochet
This jumper is part of a twinset. The matching cardigan can be found here: ’Trimmed with Roses’ Twinset Cardigan Yarn Jamieson & Smith 2 ply Jumper Weight 6 (7, 8, 9, 10, 11) x 25g balls shown in shade FC43 Jamieson’s Spindrift 2 (2, 3, 3, 4, 4) x 25g balls shown in shade 526 1 (1, 1, 1, 2, 2) x 25g balls in 2 contrasting shades shown in shades 788 and 242. Also required Short zip Stitch holders Take a peek at our ’look book’ for A Stitch in Time Volume 2.
Melanie Krueger saved to knitting