Elegantly depressed 60s ladies prefer Jaeger Tropic-Spun wool. I imagine they are listening to Leonard Cohen and really feeling his lyrics in their souls. Fantastically serious 60s lady jumpers are for a range of bust sizes from 34 to 40.
Is this late fifties or sixties? I’m thinking pre-1965 anyway. They seem very happy about their sausages. Wait till they realise there is no chart for this knitting pattern! I recommend you use the fantastic Chart Minder website created by a tech and knitting mad lady. If you are going to, sign in with Ravelry before you start – I once lost a whole chart by doing it after editing.
This is in three bust sizes – 32 inch, 34 inch and 36-38 inch. The leaflet is printed in Norway for distribution abroad and features a logo in the top left that I haven’t seen on my other Emu patterns, for the mill A/S Dale Fabrikker, so I’m pretty confident in declaring it an Norweigan pattern, rather than a Scottish Fair-Isle.
Here is the pattern as a document or scroll down for pdfs. Does anyone know how I can add the patterns from my site to Ravelry easily? If it’s going to take ages I probably won’t bother as I’ve got another 100 patterns to scan and share here!
Not fair isles, but there is more than one colour involved, so I’m adding them into that category. I adore the hair do on the left hand model and I bet her boyfriend has a Lambretta scooter. Both these jumper look awesome, but the added surprise is that the pattern has how to make those stockings too. And surprise two in the sizing. Right hand sweater is only in one size -34-35 inch bust, while the left hand “shirt” is in all sizes between 30 and 40 inches.
See it on Google Docs here.
Somehow this pattern posted with only an image and no tags, poor sad cardigan. I’ve since improved on my skills with WordPress.
Here is the google doc version. The bust sizes are from 36 to 42 inches.