1950s Angora Blouse PDF Knitting Pattern


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A cute little scoop neck Angora Blouse from the
1950’s. It’s easy to knit in stocking-stitch as the
front and back are the same. Once you’ve knitted
all the pieces you then use 4 double point needles
to knit the neckline which is a simple single rib
giving an inch wide smooth neckband.

The original yarn used was Furwul “Tinkerbell”
which came in 1/2 oz. balls (9 for the smallest
size up to 11 for the largest) Angora and Nylon.
Needles sizes No. 11 (3.00) and 8 (4.00)

Tinkerbell Angora & Nylon Wool was similar
to 4 Ply

TENSION: 6 sts. and 8 rows to 1 inch

Instructions in 4 sizes:
32 – 34 – 36 – 38 ins. Bust

The needles are old sizes so I have included a
conversion chart to help with other sizes

The Pattern comes as one easy to download
and print PDF

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