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"Stitchcraft No.113" - I believe this is early 1940s due to mentions of the WAAF, coupons and rationing. Complete 24-page booklet scanned into a high resolution PDF.

This is my personal favourite issue of Stitchcraft - its fabulous!

An example of contents include:
- how to make a mexican inspired hat (cover image) and fez-hat
- amazing striped capelet with exaggerated shoulders
- underwear set
- embroidery designs
- pattern for a sewn and embroidered tulle evening blouse
- recipe ideas for potatoes
- pages and pages of advertising!

This edition refers to 'salvaging' paper - in all forms - think of the knitting patterns that were destroyed to make more paper.

This listing is for the above PDF pattern, available by Instant Download. I can also email it to you instead if requested.

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*EU Customers*
Special note for my lovely EU Customers - if you'd prefer a custom listing for an emailed pattern to avoid the Digital Goods Tax (VAT) please send me a message with the patterns you would like.

*Public Domain*
All my vintage patterns are out of copyright (public domain). Public domain means you can make anything from the pattern to sell (just please don't resell or pirate the PDF, thanks!).

*Pattern Notes*
These patterns have been pre-loved down the through the years, and original owner's names and notations may be visible on the scans. All my patterns have a faint watermark (sorry).

*Using the ePattern*
You'll need Adobe to open the file. I can also email you the file if you wish, just PM me.
Stuck on some of the knitting terms or instructions they used back in the day? I’m happy to provide technical support to the best of my ability xx

Stitchcraft Magazine 113, World War Two issue, c. early1940s - Vintage Knitting Pattern booklet PDF