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Modern patterns for vintage knitwear?

Discussion in 'The Front Parlor' started by devilish, Feb 6, 2016.

  1. devilish

    devilish A-List Customer

    Looking for a free pattern of a 40's style turtleneck sweater that uses modern measurements for the wool and needles etc. My Mum has kindly agreed to knit me a knock off of the Nigel Cabourn George Lowe sweater but finding a suitable pattern is proving a challenge.

    So, do any of you know where such a thing might be downloaded from? Thank you for your time and help.
     
  2. Benproof

    Benproof A-List Customer

    I don't know, but hell, I want your mum to knit me a Nigel Cabourn roll top too :D
     
  3. tuppence

    tuppence Practically Family

  4. tuppence

    tuppence Practically Family

  5. devilish

    devilish A-List Customer

    Thank you Tuppence. I'm a guy and a fairly chunky one. 33-34 waist size and a 44-46 chest size. So if you have anymore suggestions it would be much appreciated.
     
  6. Grant Fan

    Grant Fan Practically Family

    I found this one on Ravelry, I have been lusting after this sweater for a long time but alas I am a crocheter with no idea how to knit. Also if you haven't already you should join Ravelry it is free to join and there are great patterns some are fre and some are not. Just make sure you check the notation, again I am a crocheter but notation in the states is different than in Europe. Anyhow here it that link http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/nancy-15
     
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