Free Vintage Knitting Pattern – “A Popular Model” 30s Ladies Yoke Cardigan

I bought this at Spitalfields Market on a Thursday which is flea market and antique day. It’s become my regular day trip, to the point where the button stall owner recognises me. This time when I arrived, she produced a box from under the table full of knitting patterns. This cardigan is on my to make list now. It’s for a 32/34 inch bust, which is a little small for me. Designed for “KwikKnit” wool and 7mm needles (old UK size 2) it will probably knit up pretty quickly.

See it on Google docs here.

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4 comments

  1. I’m putting the finishing touches on this one – just have to buy and stitch on the buttons. I altered it a small bit – I knitted it in Bernat Softee Chunky to be more of a chunky cardigan to wear on nippy mornings, and I knitted the button bands separately, in ribbing, stitching them on afterwards. I’m not 100% happy with my efforts, but all in all it’s not bad 🙂

    • That’s marvellous Bridget. I’ve always picked up stitches to make button bands and they are a pain to get the right number of stitches – next time I might knit them separately and see them on.

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