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A collection of vintage sweaters and hats for baby. Two piece suit. Needle, yarn conversion and estimated gauges included. Excerpted from Monarch book 35, 1934
An easy warm hat pattern for adults in worsted weight. Scarf to match.
Feather and fan shawl, originally published in Beehive for Bairns vol 3. The design and method of knitting for this Canadian pattern originated in the Shetland Island. It's an instant heirloom and would be a cherished gift for a new baby.
Seed stitch tunic with contrast neckband. Minimal finishing. Sized for an adult: chest/bust 44 inches.
This pattern brings back memories from childhood - mittens drying on the radiator after school recess. This is an easy two needle pattern in worsted weight wool. No left or right so pattern is simple to memorize. Seven sizes provided for small babies to large adults. Make three mitts for the children who have a tendency to lose theirs. Or make two consecutive sizes and tuck one inside the other for extra warmth. Variations on a theme section includes an…
A darling sweater for infants and toddlers to 2 yrs. Learn duplicate stitch. A simple hat pattern is included to complete the outfit. Instructions given in rows so pattern can be easily modified.
Vintage baby sweater, bonnet, cap, slippers and mittensHere's a complete outfit, perfect for a baby-to-be. The simple eyelet design is quick to knit and there is a choice of hat to accompany the sweater and mittens. Slippers to finish it off. Notes to help translate this vintage pattern's materials into modern terms are included on the back page.
I created this vest for my dad, Ted. It features a generous size range, large armholes for ease of movement and a V neck to take a collared shirt. Knit it in one piece to the armholes, it is surprisingly quick but looks intricate. Uses DK weight yarn.
Vintage knitted one piece lingerie. A vintage outfit is not complete without the underwear to go with it and here it is: the knitted "combination". This would be quite a challenge as it is knit in superfine yarn at 32 stitches = 1 inch. Did people actually knit these?