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ladies 1930s jumper knitting pattern

RM2-101L: Great vintage ladies collard jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This casual style with collar and deep round neck was popular for sporting like paying golf, racquets, badminton etc.. Knitted in a 4ply to fit 34 inch chest, easy rib panels, nice deep rib.

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vintage ladies knitting pattern from 1930s

RM2-119L: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This one has flared sleeves and a pretty bobble design with pretty rope neck border and tiny pearl buttons at back opening. To fit 34-36 inch bust knitted in vintage 2ply that knits as modern 4ply. Always work a tension square and change needles if needed.

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vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern from 1930s

RM2-17L: Great vintage ladies knitting pattern for cardigan from 1930s. This pretty cardigan is knitted in a fancy cable stitch and fits 36 inch bust. It is knitted in 4ply wool, change larger needles if needed to a smaller size to get correct tension as older wools were often different thickness to modern wools of the same ply.

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vintage ladies knitting pattern for jumper from 1930s

RM2-3L: Great ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This unusual design is to fit 34 inch bust and is knitted in vintage 2ply (which sounds scary, but is actually more like modern 4ply) Always work a tension square. Decorated with two fancy clips or buttons.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s

RM2-45L: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This model has a self knitted belt, little collar and buttons at neck. The short sleeves have tab and button detail. Nicely fitted with ribbed lower part. To fit 34 inch bust knitted in vintage 2ply (which sounds scary, but is actually more like modern 4ply) Always work a tension square. Really easy to knit this one. The original pattern suggests blue for this one.

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ladies jumper knitting pattern 1930s

RM2-61L: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This model has a light airy look is knitted in 4ply and has a zip at the front, comes with scarf pattern as well. Always work a tension square. This one is to fit 32 inch chest, but if you use a size large needles you would get a slightly larger size.

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vintage ladies knitting pattrn for jumper 1930s

RM2-63L: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This one is so easy to knit and should fit 34 inch bust. Knitted in  a 4ply, but still work a tension square. Neat collar and with mock cable patterns to give style and shape. Original pattern suggest jade green.

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vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern from 1930s

RM2-67L:  Great vintage  ladies knitting pattern for a cardigan from the 1930s. This relaxed style is to fit 34-36 inch bust and has a longer line than those from the 1940s. I like the buttons at the rib only to. This one looks nice over another jumper with polo or fancy neckline for extra warmth. The wool used would be similar to modern double knitting, not too thick or a 4ply. Always work a tension square.

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vintage ladies jumoer knitting pattern from 1930s

RM2-81L: Great vintage knitting pattern for ladies cardigan late 1930s. This smart, fitted cardigan with waist pockets is easy to knit to fit 34 inch bust in a modern thicker 4ply or thinner double knitting. Always work a tension square and change needles to get correct tension if needed. The stitch is a mock cable, easy to do and very effective.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s

RM2-99L:  Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. I love this pattern, it is slimming and interesting in style. The pattern suggest making the inset V a different shade, grey for main part and green for the inset, but you can knit all one colour. The back and front are worked alike with the sleeves knitting in with the body of the jumper, the sleeves have the same inserts as the V. As these parts are worked separately is is easy to do the in the same shade or a contrast. The jumper is fastened by to large decorative buttons (very popular in the 1930s and 1940s) on front and back and kinked by a looped wool chain. Knitted in 4ply to fit 34-36 inch bust. Always work a tension square. The original was worked in a silky yarn called Visylka.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1940s

Sandisons 16: Great vintage ladies collared jumper knitting pattern from 1940s. Great casual design with rib detail at yoke and nice deep double rib at waist. To fit 34 inch bust and is knitted in a yarn similar to modern 4ply. Try Merino rather than Shetland as modern merino is much softer than modern Shetland. Easy smart design.

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vintage ladies summer top knitting pattern

Secil 380: Smart summer top with collar to fit 32"-34" bust knitted in vintage 3ply merino, try modern 4ply merino (See our wool page for details) work tension square to see if needle size needs changing. 1940's Pattern is clean and sound but has a tear at side edge and a few necks around edges.

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vintage ladies 1950s knitting pattern for fuller figure mature ladies cardigan 1950s Secil 413: Great vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern for larger size lady 1940s. This super pattern is for a lovely set in sleeve cardigan with lines of fine herring-bone lace to make it slimming. To fit bust size 42-43 inches and is knitted in vintage 3ply so try modern 4ply.

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vintage ladies summer top knitting patterns 1950s

Secil 714: Great vintage ladies summer tops knitting pattern 1940s. There are three great design that were very popular during the 1950s and 1960s. I made lots of these in my youth as they went with every thing, suits, skirts, shorts, slacks or jeans depending on the yarn they can look dressy or casual and are very cool - add a few beads at neck and armhole or dotted across the front and trim with angora for evening style! Worked in vintage 3ply, so work a tension square. To fit 32, 34, 36 inch bust.

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vintage blousette knitting pattern 1940s wartime

Sentinel 152: Blousette: Great vintage ladies blouse knitting pattern 1940s. These blousettes or fronts were very popular to wear with suits in the austerity years during and following the war. You did not have to knit back or sleeves, so saved money and if you kept your jacket on no one was the wiser - no central heating on trains, buses or offices in those days, let alone homes! Length adjustable, no bust size needed as it is only a front! I have an original front like this in my collection of ladies clothing from the first half of the 20th Century knitted in silk. I have more of these patterns I just need to find them - they really are useful and great at reenactment meeting or stage productions

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vintage ladies collar and cuffs fair isle 1940s

Sentinel 152: Fair Isle collar and cuffs: Great vintage collar and cuff knitting pattern 1940s. This was another money saving idea during the austerity years. Just a an ounce or two of spare yarn and a dress or jumper was renewed in an evening. This is for set in vintage 3ply to produce a fair isle design, but they could be knitted in angora or any 4ply modern yarn - even a fancy yarn! Makes a change from crochet sets.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern 1930s Sentinel 431: Great vintage ladies knitting pattern form very early 1930s. A blouse top knitted in 2ply Shetland which is actually a 4ply yarn. Try a tension square and see if it might knit better in a double knitting yarn as needles and tension indicate this might be so. There are instructions for making long sleeves as well. To fit 34 inch bust.

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vintage ladies bolero knitting patterns

Sentinel 486: Great vintage knitting pattern from the 1930's for a classic cardigan and jumper set. Knitted in vintage 3ply so will be modern 4ply. The jumper has short sleeves and an interesting tab detail at the square neckline. to fit 32" bust so up the size of needles or knit in double knitting to get a bigger size, but don't for get to get extra wool. The leaf pattern is easy to knit, this smart little set is so very retro, great for murder mystery weekends if you are an Agatha Christie fan!

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s

Sentinel 588: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This desing with cables and lace is unusual and interesting. The round yoke is easy to work and is in a wide rib. Nice deep rib and little sleeves with a tie neck. Try a modern 4ply and work a tension square. To fit 34 inch bust. Quick and easy to knit.

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vintage ladies outsize 1920s knitting pattern 40-44 inch bust Silver Jubilee 4: Great vintage ladies jacket knitting pattern early 1920s to fit the larger figure. This is so typical of the era and would fit 40, 42 or 44 inch bust. Changing needle size to get the different sizes. They suggest using cable wool which would have been thicker than average wool of the age. Looking at the diagram and the size needles suggest it might well work in Aran ply, there is no tension instructions, but if you work a tension square using the needles suggested and yarn preferred then you will see the size it will work out to and can adjust accordingly. It is lovely to these really old patterns.

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