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Vintage Pattern: Two Easy Jumpers Knitting Pattern

Vintage Pattern: Two Easy Jumpers

  • Difficulty

    Beginner

  • Yarn Type

    Yarn Type

    2 ply / Lace, 3 ply / Light Fingering

  • designer

    Designer

    Let’s Knit

  • Needle Size

    Needle Size

    US 3 / 3.25mm

  • Needle Type

    Needle Type

    Straight

  • Techniques

    Techniques

    Stocking Stitch, Basic Shaping, Moss + 2 more

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What you need to know

You’re in for a treat today, as we’re spoiling you with not one but two vintage designs! Introducing the Kathleen and Muriel jumpers from 1926, made for beginners! Both are incredibly easy to try out – we’ll definitely be knitting the two of them this autumn.

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Disclaimer: Please be aware that phrases and recommendations of the era may not reflect those of today and do not reflect those of Aceville. Our members should take great care when creating garments, particularly when using vintage patterns as the techniques and skills may be out of date.

Let's Go Back In Time!
This pattern was originally featured in a 1926 edition of Mascot magazine, which was published by DC Thomson between 1922 and 1926. Mascot was a magazine subtitled “The paper for every home”. It was published between 1921 and 1926 by the John Leng imprint of DC Thomson, sitting in the same stable as The People’s Friend. This homely magazine had something for all the family, including knitting, craft and crochet patterns, a children’s section, short stories and serial fiction, fortunes and horoscopes, household hints and tips and reader contributions in the form of recipes.

©DC Thomson & Co Ltd

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Brush up on the skills needed for this pattern with this tutorial.

Techniques: Stocking Stitch, Basic Shaping, Moss, knit, Purl

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