Here is a lovely vintage 1980 angora sweater pattern for you to crochet! This sweet fluffy, furry angora convection is in simple crochet, rounded at neck, ribbed at waist and cuffs, with removable collar for just a taste of lace. Instructions are below.
Angora sweaters made a comeback in the 1980s big time. So soft, fluffy, furry and feminine! This beautiful knitting pattern is from the Fall 1980 edition of McCall’s Needlework & Crafts magazine. The gorgeous sweater is knit in stockinette, ribbed gently at cuffs. Elastic shapes the waist, gossamer ruffling trim throat, cuffs and off-center banding. Instructions below:
Here’s a very dramatic vintage 1974 red and black shawl to crochet! The shawl consists of a series of motifs crocheted to each other on the last round, then edged and fringed. So beautiful, and perfect for fall and winter! Instructions are below:
Perfect for autumn, this is an absolutely stunning dahlia flower shawl for you to crochet! Colorful rainbow flower motifs are joined together to make this beauty. Edged in long fringe. Instructions are below.
This is such a pretty crochet pattern from Women’s Day Granny Square magazine, circa 1974. Unique stained glass shell, is an ingenious assemblage of fancy geometrics. Created by Barbara Schaeffler.
Granny squares are making quite the fashion comeback, with designers like Dolce and Gabbana showing similar garments. Make your own designer statement by crocheting this sweater in striking colors of your choice. So fun! Instructions are below.
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