Today’s free pattern is such a cute, sporty top from the May 1951 Edition of Stitchcraft.
This is the color image from the front cover:
But I think this B&W image shows the stitch definition better:
Click on the following link to download this free pdf pattern: Sports Sweater Pattern.
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I was surprised to see that this vest-type top is made with a fingering weight yarn. It looks like a worsted-weight knit, but the rib pattern is what makes it so thick. This wouldn’t be terrible to be wear in the spring or early summer since it’s made with the light weight yarn, but I’m not certain I would wear this while playing sports. :)
My subconscious must really be longing for the water/sea since this would also be a perfect nautical piece for a boat ride. Don’t you think?
I hate to brag but I’m totally looking forward to my weekend which is starting right this minute! :) With NATO in town, the building I work in has shut down and I have off for not 2 days but 4. I have a NATO holiday. Woooot!
I’m stoked to be heading to my sewing room on a Friday morning, coffee in hand to plot my embroidery layout on my dress. :) Hope you all have a great weekend yourselves.
Ohhh… and please let me know in the comments if you’d like to see any particular knitting patterns. I have tons of magazines and I’m open to suggestions whether it be men’s patterns, patterns by era (ie more 40’s or more 60’s), or accessory patterns.