1919 Ribbed Pullover Sweater Vest Knitting Pattern 34"-36" Bust
No size listed, I have made this up and it fits a 34"-36" bust.
+++PLEASE NOTE: I colorized the image incorrectly. The original pattern calls for there to be three colors in this garment- the body of the slipover is one, the cord and buttons another, and the edging and rope are another.
I have included a photo of the one I made, but I deviated from the pattern, in that I crocheted the colored bands on the sleeves and the front and collar. The original calls for knitting. The cord is also done in a different technique.+++
--- MATERIAL REQUIRED ---
-Columbia Scotch Sweater Yarn- 3 balls turquoise, 1 ball white, 1 ball black (colorized image is my creation, originally black and white in the periodical)
- Knitting needles, Size 9 & size 3
-6 wooden button molds (you can substitute large plain buttons that you will cover. Use a similar color to your yarn)
--- ABOUT THIS DOWNLOAD ---
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