Posts Tagged: DIY

Rit DIY Tie-Dye Tights, 1970

Tie-Dyeing has been popular with the trendy DIY crowd since the late 1960s. This groovy ad from the September 1970 issue of Co-ed magazine shows how you can take plain white tights and tie-dye ’em with Rit Dye. Who loves the reptile revolution? Who digs the tie-dye explosion? You! ~Marilyn

Crochet a Cute Vintage 60s Granny Square Shell Sweater

Since most of us are hunkered down during this Covid-19 pandemic, I am trying to keep things positive as much as possible on my vintage blog! This is a really sweet vintage 1965 crochet pattern for a Granny Square shell sweater. Granny Square styling has made a great comeback in the designer fashion scene the… Read more »

Vintage 50s Fisherman Knit Turtleneck Sweater Pattern

The Fisherman Knit sweater comes in and out of fashion, but will always remain a classic! This is a gorgeous knitting pattern from 1958. It features beautiful cable knit details and a turtleneck neckline. Pattern and size chart are below: Happy Knitting! 😀 ~Marilyn

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 »