vintage milk jug cover crochet pattern 1940s coats 488
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Vintage Household Knitting Patterns

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vintage crochet gifts

Bestway A2632cr: Great vintage range of crochet gifts with the retro feel, this pattern is from the 1940's when home made gifts were gratefully received. There are instructions for shopper and a string bag , golf cosies, mug or plant stand, milk cover, tea cosy, oven  glove and pot holder, to be crochet in cotton or wool.

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vintage crochet patterns

Coats 159cr: Great vintage CROCHET pattern for a Star Wheel motif from 1938. Instructions on how to work the motif with illustrations on how to use the motif and how many to make for different items. Usually 40 or 60 size cotton is used, item size will very with cotton thickness used.

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vintage 1930s bedspreas crochet patterns

Coats 204cr: Great vintage CROCHET pattern for motif and ideas of using the motifs from 1938. This is for the Petal Motif as shown, using no40 or 60 cotton giving size of motif when finished. The finished squares are between around 5-6 inches depending on cotton used. There are guides as to how many motifs you need for a bedspread. Balls are usually 20g. Very useful motif as a single one is ideal for mats as shown and being square are easy to stitch together.

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vintage chrochet patterns

Coats 202cr: Vintage crochet pattern spinning wheel motif  1938. Illustrations for use in a table cloth, try cloth, duchess set. There are instructions for the motif shown. Don't forget that you can make jug covers by sewing beads to the edges of the mats!

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vintage milk jug cover crochet pattern 1940s coats 488

Coats 488: Great vintage crochet pattern for jug cover from 1940s. I am so often asked for this one - here it is at last. Instructions to make a jug cover measuring 8-5 inches diameter. Worked in no20 cotton, one 20g ball required plus 38 coloured beads. Very easy to make, great for quick bazaar makes or Christmas gifts or that wedding gift that is really different - a vintage jug with its own cover! This cover has a little cup and saucer at the top.

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knitting pattern afgans

Copley 2015: Great vintage afghan KNITTING and CROCHET pattern for bedspreads from 1930. There are two designs, the bottom one is knitted and the top one is crochet with embroidery. There is a chart and digram for embroidery included. The crochet one measures 70 x 48 inches. The knitted one is 72 x 48 and is knitted in strips that are then joined together. Double knitting yarn is used.

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vintage mothball cover crochet  pattern toy

Homecraft 320: Great vintage crochet pattern for MOTH BALL covers 1940s. This is a very unique gift! They are fun to make and can be also made into pram toys by adding bells, or just stuffing, as cat toys and probably a host of other ideas - see what you can think up. Great for using up all those bits of cotton and wool. Could also be filled with lavender.

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vintage table cloth knitting pattern 1930s

Homecraft 464: Great vintage coffee table cloth knitting pattern from 1940s. This pretty cloth is knitted in a fine crochet thread, although it is knitted, it measures 32 inches across. Also uses a circular needle.

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Marianne Table Runner: Great vintage knitting pattern for a super runner from 1940s. It measures 42 inches  by 16 inches. Full instruction including chart to aid completion. Knitted in 60 cotton with diagrams. Uses 4 size 12 or 2.75mm needles and a circular needle the same size. Instructions also for a troll cloth 23.5 by 16 inches.

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vintage knitted table mats doilies 1940s

Marianne Table Cloth: Great vintage knitting pattern for a super table cloth from 1940s. It measures 48 inches across. Full instruction including chart to aid completion. Knitted in 60 cotton with diagrams. Uses 4 size 12 or 2.75mm needles and a circular needle the same size.

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Knitted Viennese Lace Table Mat Centre Knitting Pattern

Marinanne Chevel set: This pretty set is knitted in fine cotton and is from the 1940s. There is a table centre design too. Chart to follow. Knitted in 70 cotton on fine needles - stunning! .

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vintage doily knitting patterns

Pearsalls 429: Vintage knitting pattern for chevel (dressing table sets) or Luncheon sets (table mats). Knitted in rayon, a shiny yarn that can be replaced by a cotton or shiny crochet thread suitable for size 13 needles ( 2.25mm), probably no 40 would work.

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vintage knitted chair back knitting pattern 1940s

Sentinel 152: Chair back 670: Great vintage knitting pattern rose chair backs 1940s. Fabulous rose fair isle chair back worked in vintage 3ply, so try modern 4ply to get the size quoted. Finished piece 19 inches by 13 inches - this one I am going to try!

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vintage hot water bottle, sponge bag cover, face glove ad linen bag knitting pattern 1930s

Viyella 130: Great vintage bedroom set knitting pattern from 1920s. There are instructions for hot water bottle cover, linen bag, sponge bag cover and face glove. All knitted in vintage 3ply, so try modern 4ply. The linen bag is knitted on circular needle all the other items are on two needles.

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vintage bed spread crochet pattern from 1940s

Weldons 577cr: Great vintage bedspread CROCHET pattern from 1940s. This super little pattern is so typical of the era and would have been available in the 1930s as well. The classic bobble motif is worked in thick cotton with large hook and a single motif measures 9 inches. (4 oz (approx  120g makes 3 squares).  There is also a simple square on the back page for making a baby cot or pram blanket. From the illustration it looks a 4ply cotton or art-silk yarn is used for the bedspread and thicker softer cotton for the pram cover.

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vintage knitted mat pattern

Weldons 601: Vintage knitting pattern for star shaped mat in two sizes. Knitted in 50 cotton on size 12 imperial. 14" and 7" pattern in very good condition from the 1940's Make something different for your friends this Christmas

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crochet motifs for blankets Weldons A925: Great vintage pattern for KNITTED and CROCHETED motifs for rugs and covers from 1940s. There are 4 different designs as shown on the front , for a diamond a hexagon, a berry stitch square and a garter stitch square.

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KNITTED EDGINGS
vintage knitting pattern for edgings

Bestway 1941KE: vintage knitting pattern for beautiful edgings from the1940s to decorate hankies, doilies, chair backs mats or if worked in thicker yarn cushion covers, baby covers etc. Even edges of jumpers or cardigans. 8 different designs.

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vintage knitting pattern for edgings Bestway 1991KE: vintage knitting pattern for beautiful edgings from the 1940s to decorate hankies, doilies, chair backs mats or if worked in thicker yarn cushion covers, baby covers etc. Even edges of jumpers or cardigans. 4 different design

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vintage edgings knitting patterns Weldons 708KE: Vintage knitting pattern for beautiful edgings from the1940s to decorate hankies, doilies, chair backs mats or if worked in thicker yarn cushion covers, baby covers etc. Even edges of jumpers or cardigans. 3 different design

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vintage knitting patter beginenrs guide Homecraft 330BG: Vintage knitting patter n from the 1940s, a guide to 8 different stitches and instructions for scarf for a child, also idea for beginner.  I do have some more like this if anyone is interested.

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crochet lace edgeings 1940 crcohet patterns

Weldon 680cr:Great vintage edgings crochet pattern 1940s. This is very useful pattern for 6 different tiny edgings ideal for baby clothes trimming, underwear, hankies or small doilies. Worked in no60 cotton. (click to go to crochet edgings)

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                                                                                       RUGS AND MATS
vintage knitting pattern for rugs

Bestway 1359R: Fabulous vintage knitting pattern bedside rugs 1930s. Hand knitted in very thick wool on old size 3 or 6.5mm easy and so different. A great challenge. But you can make them smaller or in lighter ply wool or cotton to make them more manageable, lots of possibility. It is not so important what size needles you use or the size of the finished rug, but that it is a firm stable fabric that is produced, this will be easier with a thick firm wool or yarn - not too soft. The rare breeds wool, especially Herdwick, is great for this. The one on the takes 4lbs ( 1.80 kg) 6ply rug wool and measures 50"x 30"

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rug knitting pattern
vintage rug knitting patterns

Bestway 1362R: Great vintage knitting pattern 1930s rugs. This is similar to the one above but 3 different designs. Great for the bedroom or fireside, even for the bathroom if knitted in cotton. It suggests to use rug yarn, so try thick Aran or chunky yarn in a tension square. The pattern suggest 4lbs which is approx 2kg or 1920g! One rug measures 50 inches by 27, another 30 inches by 49 and the other one 50 inches by 30 inches so they are nearly 6 feet long. A great challenge. But you can make them smaller or in lighter ply wool or cotton to make them more manageable, lots of possibilities.

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vintage knitting rug

Bestway 1426: Great vintage knitting pattern for oblong rug 1940s. This is a great wartime pattern to save money, this rug is knitted in 6ply rug wool, but any thick chunky wool or yarn will do that knits to a tension of 3 stitches to the inch and 7 rows to 2 inches on imperial no6 needles (5mm). At this tension will make up to 47 inches by 29 inches. But of course you can knit it any size. It will take about 50 balls of wool (50g)  (5 x 1bs of rug wool which is 80oz and there are about 30g in an old 1oz ball) There are also instructions for the CROCHET rug shown on the right.

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bestway 1426 knitted rug 1940s
vintage knnitting pattern for rugs

Weldons 488: Great vintage knitting pattern from the 1930's for fireside rug and bedroom mat. The fireside rug is made in sections, with diagram to show how to put it together, there are 4 variations to choose from. The deep pile bedroom rug measures 24" x 12", but instructions are included for larger sizes and how to adapt to other patterns. This is a great little leaflet for those who are looking for something different. 6ply rug yarn is used, but any thick wool that knits to the same tension will work, there is an actual size picture of the yarn used. About 3 stitches and 6 row to an inch on no 7 needles (4.5mm) Rug making is a great hobby and there are so many designs and ideas around.

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