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Free knitted and crocheted accessories patterns - mittens, caps, gloves, socks and more

 

Originally published in 1952 by The Spool Cotton Company, this pattern booklet presents a number of beautiful designs of knitted and crocheted accessories for all members of the family, such as mittens, caps, gloves and socks. All patterns come with step-by-step directions for working.

Contents Covered: 

Puppet Mittens C-128: Clown and Humpty Dumpty Mittens

Teen Age Mittens C-129

Ribbed Caps C-130

Boy's Patterned Cap C-131

Girl's Bonnet C-132

Hood with Sequins C-133

Stole C-134

Shrug Sweater C-135

Stocking Cap and Mittens C-136

Man's Gloves and Scarf C-137

Pompon Slippers C-138

How to Complete Socks

How to Weave the Toe

Men's Moss Stitch Socks C-139

Men's Cable Socks C-140

Boy's Socks C-141

Women's Ankle Socks C-142

Men's Fair Isle Socks C-143

Women's Short and Long Gloves C-144

Please note this is a printable PDF pattern file. 

16-page booklet scanned into a high resolution PDF.

This vintage pattern is out of copyright (public domain).

You can access the book easily from your computer by using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have this on your computer, it can be downloaded for free from their site:  www.adobe.com

 

Download the book HERE

  

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