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Bolero - Vintage Knitting Pattern
The knitted terms and directions are rewritten in today’s American pattern terminology.
Yarn weight, yardage and needle sizes are updated.
Sizes: 12 (14, 16). Directions are given for Size... More > 12.
Changes for Sizes 14 and 16 are in parentheses.
Materials: Fingering Yarn (1-oz. pull skeins/185 yards): 1 skein; Contrast Color Fingering Yarn(2-oz. pull skeins/200 yards): 1 skein.
1 pair each straight knitting needles Nos. 4 (3.5 mm) and 15 (10 mm). 1 Button.
Gauge: 5 sts = 1 inch on No. 15 (10 mm) needles; 6 sts = 1 inch on No. 4 (3.5 mm) needles.< Less
Hamaca Shrug - Knitting Pattern
Easy Knitting Pattern for Hamaca Shrug / Bolero.
All our vintage patterns have been edited and converted to digital format by Vintage Pattern Collection.
The materials used in each pattern are... More > updated to today's terms. It will help you find comparable yarns and needles and/or hooks for your new project. We also added the original yarn yardage and also added a gauge to each Vintage Pattern.< Less
Cuffy Knitting Pattern
Simple Knit Cuff with Large Button
An interesting shaped cuff with an arrowhead design, increases and decreases. Make it longer and/or wider for a coffee cup cozy!
Euphony Knitting Pattern
Delicate cables and twisted ribbing make these wrist warmers nice and stretchy, so they stay on when you wear them! I have been wearing a version of these for years, originally knit in a 100%... More > cashmere yarn. To help keep the wrist warmers from stretching out, this version is knit in a sock weight yarn with silk, which adds a beautiful sheen to the cables! The wrist warmers have identical cables on the top and palm sides, making the wrist warmers identical for both right and left sides. Knit from the bottom up with simple increases for the thumb gusset.
Pattern includes both chart and written instructions for cables.< Less
Pomegranate Knitting Pattern
Pattern for knitted pomegranate using 8ply felting wool. Instructions written in Australian/British English. Average knitting skills required for this plump fruit, one of the seven species in the... More > land of milk and honey.< Less
Cardiac Hat Knitting Pattern
Lace Beret with Subtle Hearts and Wide Ribbing
Purl stitch outlined hearts float on a background of lace bordered on one side by thick ribbing. The shape of the heats is subtle- after all, you... More > can’t always wear your heart on your sleeve (or hat)! A few increases after the ribbing give the hat a gentle beret shape without too much floppiness. Charts and written directions for hearts and lace are included.
Intermediate- Lace, charts, increasing, decreasing
Small (medium, large); 18 (20, 22) inches around at hem. Show in medium.
130 (130, 150) yards aran weight yarn- sample knit in aran weight angora, wool, and silk blend handspun from Midnightsky Fibers.
-1 pair each US 9/5.5mm 16 inch circular and double pointed needles, or size to get gauge
-US 8/5 mm 16 inch circular needle (optional, for ribbing- see note)
4.25 st/inch in ribbing on smaller needles slightly stretched, 4 st/inch in lace after blocking< Less
Fuzzy Lamb Knitting Pattern
Super sweet and snuggable little lamb. 8" tall, worsted weight yarn, knit flat on 4 mm needles.toy action shots!
Qiviut Nachaq Knitting Pattern
Knit this light as air wimple, or smoke ring, out of fine qiviut yarn for the ultimate in luxurious headwear. Wear it as a cowl to keep your neck warm, or pull it up over your head as a hood.
Knit... More > in the prettiest of lace patterns in the round on circular needles. Pattern is suitable for beginners. Skills needed will be yarn over; slip, slip, knit; knit 2 together; and knitting on circular needles.< Less
Snake Scarf Knitting Pattern
Knitting pattern with crochet edge, perfect for the advanced beginner knitter and crocheter. Warm, beautiful unisex scarf.