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vintage ladies 1930s knitting pattern fro ladies jumper Greenock L4: Great vintage ladies collared jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This super design is to fit 32-34 inch bust, knitted in a vintage 3ply that is similar to modern 3ply - always work a tension square. The rib design allows some give in the size. For a bigger size try modern 4ply, but allow a couple of extra balls of wool if you do this.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern 1930s Greenock G6: Great vintage ladies cardigan blouse knitting pattern from 1930s. This lovely pattern is for a cardigan that can be worn as a blouse and is knitted in vintage 3ply, so try modern 4ply in a tension square. To fit 38 inch bust. Always work a tension square.

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vintage ladies knitting pattern from 1930s greenock 9 for a jumper

Greenock K9: Great vintage 1930s knitting pattern for jumper with yoke and pompoms. This super design was very popular in the 30's, deep double rib welt and matching yoke, self belt with pom-pom decoration - right out of Poirot this one! Knitted in a wool that would be similar to modern 4ply. To fit 34 inch bust. Always work a tension square and change needles if needed.

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1930s ladies short sleeved jumper knitting pattern Greenock Q9: Great vintage ladies short sleeved jumper knitting pattern from late 1930s. This super design with fabulous detail to the sleeves and neck line is so easy to knit. Wide rib gives ease of wear and give instructions to knit the shoulder pads as well! To fit 36 inch bust and is knitted in a vintage 3ply that would knit well in a modern 4ply, always work a tension square and change needles if needed.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern 1930s Greenock Q13: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This elegant panel design is slimming and very pretty. Knitted in vintage 3ply, so try modern 4ply in a tension square. To fit 36 inch bust. Always work a tension square. Shoulder pad are suggested but can be omitted (knitting instructions for them included)

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vintage ladies rib cardigan knitting pattern form 1930s Greenock Q22: Great vintage ladies ribbed cardigan knitting pattern from 1930s. This design is simple in the extreme, ribbed with set in sleeves and slight V neck, shaped at waist by increasing at side edge as in sleeves. Try modern 4ply and 3ply in a tension square and see which works better. To fit 32-37 inch bust.

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vintage 1920s knitting pattern forladies jacket

Greenock 22L: Great vintage ladies long line cardigan with belt knitting pattern from 1920s. This super pattern is to fit 36 inch bust  and is refereed to as a sports cardigan as shown in the picture. Don't be put off by the title of a girl's cardigan, it is a ladies fit. Knitted in vintage 3ply, so try a tension square, the tension shows it may well have been a double knitting ply -so make on square in modern 4ply and another in a double knitting to see which works better.  

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern 1940s

Greenock O23: Great vintage ladies summer jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This design is so smart with clusters of little bobbles, like cherries. To fit up to a 34 inch bust. Knitted in a 3ply, so try modern 4ply for a larger size, but always work tension square. Button crochet covers are included in case you would like to make matching buttons for closure at neck, if not nice matching or even contrast shank button would look nice.

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vintage 1930s ladies jumper knitting pattern Greenock O30: Great vintage collectors ladies knitting pattern from 1940s. This design has a nice deep rib and rib collar, set in sleeves and is knitted in 3ply to fit 34 inch bust. Always work a tension square.

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vintage ladies knitting pattern for jumper 1930 Greenock F31: Great vintage 1930s knitting pattern for ladies jumper. This one is to fit 37 inches and is knitted in a vintage 3ply that was similar to modern 4ply or even a double knitting if not to thick. Always work a tension square - try modern 4ply for a 36 inch bust and double knitting for a 38 inch bust. There is a neat little collar and colour suggest are grey with coral trim, nice deep rib and gentle shaping.

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vintage ladies 1950s knitting patterns jumper

Greenock 32L: Great ladies vintage knitting pattern cardigan and jumper 1930s. This lovely pattern has a unique design within the rib, very figure flattering this type of style and so popular during the late 1930s and 1940's. Worked in vintage 3ply, so try a tension square in modern 4ply to see if the tension will be correct, adjust needle size if needed. As it is a rib the bust size is 30-36 inches.

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greenock 35 ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930

Greenock L35: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This design is a classic collard jumper with placket at the front, deep rib and nicely fitted although not as fitted as they became during the next decade - which was brought on more by strict economy than a fashion statement To fit 32-38 inch bust due to rib design. Knitted in a vintage 3ply that knits as modern 4ply. Always work a tension square.

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ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s Greenock L53: Great vintage ladies short sleeved jumper knitting pattern from late 1930s. This super design with fabulous detail to the neck line and cuffs, is so easy to knit. Ridge and rib gives ease of wear, lovely fit with set in sleeves and deep rib at waist. To fit 35 inch bust and is knitted in a vintage 3ply that would knit well in a modern 4ply, always work a tension square and change needles if needed.

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vintage 1930s ladies jumper knitting pattern

Greenock N54: Great vintage collectors ladies knitting pattern from 1940s. This design is slimming and so easy to knit. Shaped beautifully with high roll collar and set in sleeves. To fit 32 inch bust, but will stretch. For a larger size try 4ply in a tension square, but allow another ball if you do this.

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vintage ladies cable jumper knitting pattern 1930s

Greenock K57: Great vintage ladies jumper with polo collar 1930s knitting pattern. Great cable design, crisp full cables worked in vintage 4ply which should knit to a modern double knitting yarn. To fit 34-36 inch bust. Nice easy cable stitch, deep rib and fitted sleeves and beautifully shaped body. 

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern 1930s

Greenock L60: Great vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern from 1930s. This design is easy to knit in in a modern 4ply. Measure tension with the rib closed. To fit 30-36 inch bust due to stretch in the rib. Alway work a tension square. Nice easy one with pretty lace lace stich in sleeve and at yoke. Slimming look.

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vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern fprm Greenock series L no 61

Greenock L61: Great vintage ladies lace cardigan knitting pattern form 1930s. This design has a deep V neck and a deep welt - very flattering, nicely fitted. Knitted in vintage 2ply so will knit up in modern 3ply, but always work a tension square. If you use a modern 4ply allow more yarn and the cardigan might come up a bit bigger. The pattern says to fit 35 inch bust. The stitch is call shamrock pattern. Elegant, fine and very smart.

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vintage ladies 1930s knitting pattern for ladies cardigan greenock 133

Greenock 133: Great vintage ladies knitting pattern from late 1930s. This one has instructions for a cardigan in thicker wool - they call it double knitting but in fact it is similar to modern 4ply so always work a tension square. Knitted on larger needles. Notice the one large button at waist to fasten. To fit 34 inch bust. This one might take a bit of working out with tension squares, but is well worth it - try modern double knitting and modern 4ply and see which knits up better.

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vintage ladies angora cardigan knitting pattern 1950s Greenock B223: Great vintage knitting pattern for short evening cape from 1930s. This pattern has two capes both are so easy to make and so neat, with little double button fastening at front. Super shape to shoulders, the one on the front is in ribbing and there is another one inside in garter stitch with little stand up collar, beautifully shaped. Both are knitted in double knitting. Always work a tension square. You could make either of them in double knitting angora.

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vintage ladies knitting pattenrfor twinset 1930s Greenock 347: Great vintage ladies twinset in a classic late 1930s style. This set is knitted in vintage 3ply that will knit to a modern 4ply wool. To fit 38 inch bust. Always work a tension square. The jumper has short sleeves and press studs at the shoulder.

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vintage brushed cape knitting patterns 1940s

Greenock B349: Great vintage ladies cape and bolero knitting pattern form the 1940s. This pattern is for two iconic garments from the 1930s and 1940s - the cape and bolero. These are knitted then brushed, but they could be knitted in a ready brushed yarn or angora. Always work a tension square and  knit in double knitting or even an Aran weight, to fit 34 inch bust. Brushing is easy if you have a teazle brush (can get them on ebay!) but you must use pure wool to get the right effect.

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vintage sequin jumper knitting pattern from 1940s Greenock B368: Great vintage ladies evening blouse trimmed with sequins from 1940s. This pattern is to fit 34 inches and is knitted in a yarn that should knit to a modern fine 4ply. Always work a tension square and change needles if needed. Buttons at the back of neck and little cap sleeves also trimmed with sequins (or beads).

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Greenock 417: Great vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern from 1940s. This pretty cardigan has panels of design and a high V neck with decorative button band. To fit 34 inch bust. Knitted in double knitting wool, which was a bit thicker than modern double knitting, so work at tension square and try modern Aran or a thick double knitting wool that knits to an Aran tension. 

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vintage ladies twinset knitting pattern from 1940s

Greenock B421: Great vintage ladies twin set knitting pattern from 1940s. This pattern has a pretty cardigan with super deep rib and tulip design at front, with deep V. Knitted in vintage 2ply that should be similar to modern 3ply, always work a tension square. To fit 32-33 inch bust.  To make larger you can use a modern 4ply and adjust needles to get good tension, but you will need to allow about half again the amount of extra yarn. There is a short sleeved jumper to match, see below, included in this pattern.

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Greenock B421-jumper: Great vintage ladies twin set knitting pattern from 1940s. This pattern has a pretty cardigan, shown above, with super deep rib and tulip design at front, with deep V. Knitted in vintage 2ply that should be similar to modern 3ply, always work a tension square. Here is shown the short sleeved jumper to match, which is included in this pattern.

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vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern 1940s Greenock B469: Great vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern 1940s. This lovely pattern is in double knitting wool and to fit 36 inch chest. Always work a tension square. Looking at the needle size this is probably nearer an Aran style of yarn.

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vintage ladies golfing jacket from 1930s Hema 217 Hema 217: Vintage ladies sports jacket knitting pattern from 1930s. Lovely deep rib welt and fancy rib with garter stitch panels, lovely collar. Super fit. Knitted in vintage 4ply sports wool, which should be similar to modern double knitting, although there is not tension square, yo can still work one and see what size modern double knitting would bring. To fit 36 inch bust. Simple knit and purl stitches used throughout.

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vintage ladies polo neck knitting pattern 1940 Hema 497: Great vintage ladies polo jumper knitting pattern from the late 1930s, early 1940s. Slimming in style and easy to knit in vintage 3ply, so try modern 4ply in a tension square. To fit 34-36 inch bust. Long or short sleeves can be knitted, well fitted sleeves , lovely design.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern 1940s

Hema 504: Great vintage ladies knitting pattern for jumper with little collar early 1940s. This pattern is very typical of the time, simple, easy to knit shaped style and economy in wool. Knitted in 2ply vintage wool so modern 3ply will work but always do a tension square you might find that modern 4ply works better. To fit 34 inch bust.

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vintage ladies jumper knitting pattern 1930s Hema 548L: Great vintage ladies short sleeved jumper from 1930s. This pattern has instructions for a sweet little top with diamond pattern and is worked in a fine vintage 2ply, so try a modern 3ply in a tension square. Always work a tension square. To fit 34 inch bust.

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vitnage ladies cardigan and jumper twinset knitting pattern 1940s Hema 573: Great vintage ladies twin set knitting pattern late 1940s. This pattern has instructions for jumper with chevron panel and cardigan with chevron panels up fronts and on sleeves. To fit 34-36. Knitted in vintage 2ply so try modern 3ply or even 4ply in a tension square to see how many stitches to the inch each will knit on the needles suggested.

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vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern from 1940s Hema 637: Great vintage ladies twin set knitting pattern from 1940s. This classic cable set is knitting a vintage 3ply Merino wool that would be similar to modern modern 4ply. Always work a tension square and change needles if needed. To fit 34 inch bust. Deep rib and set in sleeves. The Jumper has short sleeves and is knitted in stocking stitch

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ladies twinset knitting pattern from 1938

HN38-2L: Great vintage twinset knitting pattern from 1938. So easy  to knit this one. To fit 34-35 inch bust. There are instructions for both the cardigan and the collared jumper in the simple ridge design. Knitted in a yarn that would be similar to fine modern 4ply, always work a tension square.

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ladies jumper from twinset knitting patter from 1938
vintage ladies jacket knitting pattern from 1938

HN38-8L: Great vintage cardigan knitting pattern from 1938. This one is to fit 34-35 inch bust, easy to knit in stocking stitch and rib. Fitted sleeves makes for a snug warm jacket for the winter months.  Try modern double knitting wool for this little jacket.

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ladies zip jacket knitting pattern from 1938 HN38-9L: Great vintage zip jacket knitting pattern from 1938. This one is to fit 34-35 inch bust, easy to knit in stocking stitch and rib. Fitted sleeves makes for a snug warm jacket for the winter months. Super large collar. Try modern 4ply knitting wool for this little jacket, or double knitting for a little larger size.

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larger ladies cardigna knitting pattern 1950s

Homecraft 440: Great vintage ladies cardigan knitting pattern from the 1940s. To fit 42 inch bust, with pattern panels up front and deep V neckline. Nice deep welt knitted in vintage3ply, so try modern 4ply.

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vintage crochet pattern belt hat beaded evening 1940s

Homecraft 452: Great vintage CROCHET pattern 1940s hat belt beaded. This little set is great for evenings, weddings and other special occasions. Crocheted in Cronit rayon, no thread size given, but the rayon was a perle or shiny synthetic cotton, so trial by working a sample would be best as there is not tension suggestions either. The sequin and bead trimming can be omitted as they are added after paces have been worked.

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vintage 1930s jumper lknitting pattern

Home Journal No.1: Great vintage knitting pattern from 1937 for a striking jumper with ribbed panels, smooth lines and deep welts. Will look super with pencil slim skirt, slim trousers or wide leg trousers. To fit 35-37 inch bust and is knitted in vintage 3ply so try modern 4ply. Always work a tension square. Neat fitted sleeves.

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vintage ladies 1930s knitting pattern for jumper

Home Journal No6: Great vintage knitting pattern from 1937 for a striking jumper with in a fancy twisted rib with collar, nicely fitted.. Will look super with pencil slim skirt, slim trousers or wide leg trousers. To fit 35-37 inch bust and is knitted in vintage 3ply so try modern 4ply. Always work a tension square. Neat fitted sleeves.

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vintage ladies knitting pattern kangaroog3

Kangaroo G3: Great vintage ladies knitted blouse knitting pattern form 1930s. This little jumper blouse is knitted in a vintage 4ply that would knit as a  modern 4ply and will fit 32-34 inch bust. Always work a tension square. Nice and easy to knit very typical of the decade.

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