Complete 44-page booklet scanned into a high resolution PDF, PLUS a scan of the transfer used in their stitching designs.
This is the fifth issue of Stitchcraft! (first issue was published October 1932).
Stitchcraft - the monthly handcraft magazine. Well known for their beautifully coloured covers and interesting advertisements.
An example of contents include:
- a discussion of up-to-the-moment styles in knitteds, with illustrations
- jumper with draped neckline and contrast yoke
- knitted tweed jacket and matching hat
- beginners easy ribbed pullover
- attractive collars and belts
- embroidery ideas using the free transfer
- bedroom and bathroom rugs
- cute poodle pin-keeper
- casserole recipes
- and more!
I'm currently in the process of converting my knitting pattern collection to PDF, so check back soon for more!
The images on Etsy are lower resolution than the file you'll be receiving.
All my vintage patterns are out of copyright (public domain) and by purchasing a pattern, you’ve ensured that another copy exists, somewhere in the world. You’re not letting history disappear! Public domain means you can make anything from the pattern to sell (just please don't resell or pirate the PDF, thanks!).
These patterns have been pre-loved down the through the years, and original owner's names and notations may be visible on the scans.
You'll need Adobe Acrobat to open the file, however I can print and post for an additional charge - just convo me if needed. Otherwise, the pattern will be emailed to you within 24-48 hours of purchase to the email address provided in your Etsy account - please let me know if you would like it sent to another address. (I may take a few hours longer on the weekend, sorry!)
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.