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Bear Brand & Bucilla #314 c.1940 - Thirties Era Fashion Knitting Patterns for Women (PDF EBook DIgital Download) Plus FREE Bonus Book!

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55 Pages. The Bear Brand and Bucilla books of the 1930's are without equal. They carried some of the loveliest knitted fashions and crocheted items for the home. This edition is no exception to this. There are 21 lovely designs, all unique to this book. The emphasis is on style and sophistication. A lovely addition to any knitting library! Much like the earlier edition, #313 - this book has some of the finest sweaters, jackets, cardigans and dresses from the WWII era. These are spectacular patterns worked in knitting using various methods, including cables, intarsia and ribbings. You can never - ever have to many lovely sweaters! PDF EBook - Digital Download

**Includes Bonus Pages, as well as a FREE 24-page Book download "Bear Brand-Bucilla Guide Book". This free book contains important information on Bear Brand yarns and pattern sizing.

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