Posts Tagged: angora

Knit a Vintage 80s Fluffy Angora Sweater

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…. Read more »

Knit a Vintage 60s Fair Isle Cardigan – Free Pattern

This is a fabulous vintage 1966 knitting pattern for a gorgeous Fair Isle/Nordic cardigan sweater! Perfect for the holiday festivities and winter warmth. Get started knitting this classic beauty today! Instructions and measurements are below. Click on the photos to enlarge. ~Marilyn

Crochet a Vintage 70s Long Granny Square Vest

This is a fab vintage 1976 crochet pattern using granny squares to make a long tailored vest! Knee-length vest designed by Sally De Gaetano is made of large grannies connected with shells. Lower back and side seams have gussets of shells to give the gentle ease of a slight A-line. Shoulders and shaped neckline are… Read more »

Vintage 70s Soft Furry Fluffy Angora Sweaters

Angora sweaters come in and out of fashion every decade or so. These fuzzy beauties are from the October 1972 issue of Glamour magazine. The 1970s angora sweaters tended to be lighter, cuter and in more pastel tones. It’s always fun to see how each decade showcases its angora. It truly is an everlasting fiber!… Read more »