Subversive Femme

Curvy Month Pattern Two – A Sensible Knitted, from Stitchcraft October 1937

I don’t know about you – but that collar doesn’t look sensible to me!

This lovely jumper is from a late 1930s Stitchcraft Magazine, and was knitted up in angora crepe. Sounds yummy! It has a decorative ribbed design that forms a yoke across the shoulders and a ‘V’ in front.

  • To fit a 40-42″ bust,
  • Yarn: Fingering weight
  • Needles: 3.75mm and 3mm needles.

 

 

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  • Reply
    Kate-Em
    August 5, 2013 at 10:09 am

    This is lovely, I do like a deep rib and the ribbing on the shoulders is a great touch. Are you knitting any of these patterns at the moment?

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    Bex
    August 5, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    Hi Kate!
    My knitting queue is massive, but I'm actually half way through a 1940s victory jumper šŸ˜‰ photos soon I promise ;).

    What's on your needles?

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    Kate-Em
    August 8, 2013 at 10:57 pm

    Yes please to photos. On my needles is a 1950s Patons and Baldwins baby cardigan for my imminent niece/nephew and a 1950s cape for me. I have just knitted 4 baby garments in a row!

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