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Women's Pullover Style No. 126

By: Free Vintage Knitting
Womens Pullover Style No 126

Use this vintage knitting pattern and "Boye" Non-Inflammable Needles to give yourself a cool 50s vibe. Even though this pattern is from 1958, this classic sweater is still in style. The Womens Pullover Jumper Style No. 126 is a classic top that will take you places. You can turn the vintage look to your advantage with this nicely fitted knit top. A cute collar gives this top a business-ready look, making this a great top to dress up or down.


Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm, 3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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Sexy, flirty little top that really hugs a girls curves. Its a beautiful retro look that looks like it came right out of the early 1950s. Perfect with a circular skirt or tucked into a pair of pleated pants or shorts with a pretty silk scarf tied around your neck.

This is what the "kids" are wearing now...accentuated with multi-color tattoos...Not for me, but interesting.

So much for "free" , merodanielle. You get what you pay for. So true in knitting patterns.

This is so not in style, this is the kind of shirt you would see Lucy wearing in "I Love Lucy"

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