A Simple V-Neck jumper from the 1930s that is mainly
worked in stocking stitch broken up by 2 rows of garter
stitch to separate the coloured stripes. The welts and
V-neck are in double rib, and the collar is finished on
Width all round, below sleeves 33 inches, so will
probably stretch up to a 34-35 bust.
The original yarn used was: 14 ozs (397g) of Baldwin
and Walkers 4 ply Ladyship Scotch Fingering, 4 ozs
in Royal blue (or Navy), 2 ozs each in Green, Beige,
Orange, Red, and Yellow. A Pair of No. 9 (3.75mm)
and a set of No. 12(2.75mm) double point needles
for the V-Neck.
TENSION: 13 sts. and 20 rows to 2 inches on No.9
(3.75mm) needles over stocking-stitch
The needles are old U.K sizes so I have included a
conversion chart to help
The pattern comes as one easy to download and
Digital reproduction – My Vintage Wish 2021.
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