Saturday, August 19, 2017

Free Pattern - Vintage 1950s Vogue Lace Pullover Sweater #1017

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Vintage 1950s Vogue Lace Pullover Sweater #1017

Classic lines of a pullover sweater – knit it in a lace stitch & wear it for country evenings.  It is most appealing in white or a pretty pastel.  The lace stitch forms a vertical stipe which adds to the long, limber look of the sweater … & of you!

SIZE:
12, 14, & 16
Directions are for size 12.  Changes for sizes 14 & 16 are in brackets.

MATERIALS:
Bernat Shetland 6 [7-7] oz.
Susan Bates Knitting Needles #3
1 set DP Needles #3

GAUGE:
11 sts = 2”
  



PATTERN [MULTIPLE OF 6 STS PLUS 2]:
1ST ROW:  * K 4, yo, k 2 tog; rep from * across, end k 2.

2ND ROW:  * P 4, yo, p 2 tog; rep from * across, end p 2.

Rep these 2 rows for patt.

BACK:
Cast on 92 [98-104] sts.

Work in k 1, p 1 ribbing for 2”.

Change to patt.

Work even until 14 ½” [14 ½”-15”] from beg.

SHAPE ARMHOLES:
Sl 6 [7-8] sts on holder at beg of next 2 rows – 80 [84-88] sts.

Work even until armholes are 7” [7 ¼”-7 ½”].

SHAPE SHOULDERS:
Bind off 10 sts at beg of next 4 rows.

Bind off 7 [8-9] sts at beg of next 2 rows.

Sl rem 26 [28-30] sts on holder.

FRONT:
Work as for back until armholes are 5” [5”-5 ¼”].

SHAPE NECK:
Work across 33 [34-35] sts, sl rem sts on holder.

Dec 1 st at neck edge every other row 6 times – 27 [28-29] sts.

Work even until armhole is same length as back to shoulder.

SHAPE SHOULDER:
At arm edge, bind off 10 sts every other row twice.

Bind off 7 [8-9] sts.

Leaving centre 14 [16-18] sts on holder, work other side to correspond, reverse shaping.

SLEEVES:
Sew shoulder seams.

With right side facing you, pick up & K 86 [86-92] sts around arm edge, incl sts from holders.

Work in patt.

Work even for 3”.

Dec 1 st each end every 1” until 64 [64-68] sts rem.

Work even until 14” [14 ½”-15”] from beg.

Change to k 1, p 1 ribbing.

Work even for 1”, dec 8 sts evenly across 1st row.

Bind off in ribbing.

FINISHING:
Sew seams.

NECKBAND:
With dp needles & right side facing you, pick up & k 104 [106-108] sts around neck edge, incl sts from holder.

Work in k 1, p 1 ribbing for 2”.

Bind off in ribbing.

Fold neckband in half & sew to wrong side.

ENJOY! 

HANDY ABBREVIATIONS:

*                                   repeat the instructions following the single asterisk as directed
* *                                repeat instructions between asterisks as many times as directed or                                      repeat from a given set of instructions
”                                   inch(es)
Alt                              alternate
Approx                      approximately
Beg                             begin/beginning
Bet                             between
Bl                                back loop(s)
Bo                               bobble
Bp                               back post
Bpdc                          back post double crochet
Bpsc                           back post single crochet
Bptr                           back post treble/triple crochet
Ca                               color A
Cb                               color B
Cc                               contrasting color
Ch                               chain stitch
Ch                               refers to chain or space previously
made: e.g                  ch-1 space
ch-sp                          chain space
Cl                               cluster
Cm                              centimeter(s)
Compl                                    complete
Cont                           continue
Dc                               double crochet
Dc2tog                      double crochet 2 stitches together
Dec                             decrease/decreases/decreasing
Dtr/Dtrc                   double treble/triple crochet
fl                                front loop(s)
Foll                            follow/follows/following
Fp                               front post
Fpdc                           front post double crochet
Fpsc                           front post single crochet
Fptr                           front post treble/triple crochet
G                                 gram
Hdc                            half double crochet
Hk                               hook
Inc                               increase/increases/increasing
Incl                             inclusive
K                                 knit
lp(s)                           loop(s)
M                                 meter(s)
M                                 mesh
Mc                               main color
Meas                          measure
Mm                              millimeter(s)
O                                 over (yarn over)
Oz                               ounce(s)
P                                 picot or purl
Pat(s) or patt          pattern(s)
Pc st or Pc              popcorn stitch
Pm                               place marker
Prev                           previous
PSSO                         pass slip stitch over
Rem                            remain/remaining
Rep                             repeat(s)
Rnd(s)                        round(s)
Rs                               right side
Sc                               single crochet
Sc2tog                      single crochet 2 stitches together
Sdc                             short double crochet (half double crochet)
Sk                               skip
Sl st                           slip stitch
Sp(s)                          space(s)
St(s)                           stitch(es)
Tch or t-ch               turning chain
Tbl                              through back loop
Tog                             together
Tr or Trc                  treble/triple crochet
Trtrc or T Trc         triple treble/triple crochet
Ws                              wrong side
YB                               yarn back
Yd(s)                          yard(s)
YF                               yarn forward
Yo                               yarn over
Yoh                             yarn over hook