Best vintage knitting patterns for ladiesPrint
The Knitting Network team adore all things retro.
With such a distinctive cut and shape, we find it impossible not to fall in love with pieces from decades like the 1940s,1950s and 1960s
We've raided our archives to bring you a round up of our favourite vintage knitting patterns for ladies and had them re-knitted in modern yarns.
Our list includes a number of garments that will be sure to help you make a sophisticated throwback style statement whenever you step out.
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The 1940s is known for being sensationally stylish decade. You can make your own nod towards it by knitting this vintage short sleeved cardigan.
With set-in sleeves and buttons that run up the front, it's a piece you can wear with skirts and dresses alike.
Show off your knowledge of 1950s fashion by knitting yourself this round-neck sweater with short sleeves.
Perfect for those days where you need an extra layer, this mohair wrap is wonderfully sumptuous The design was originally printed in Woman's Weekly's 6 June 1959 edition.
Gloves are essential when the weather turns cold. Instead of hitting the high street in search of some, we urge you to craft a pair using a pattern first featured in the 26 September 1953 issue of Woman's Weekly.
Knitted in mock cable with single rib welts, cuffs and button bands, this vintage cardi also has set-in sleeves. The yarn is a lightweight 4-ply, so it won’t feel heavy to wear.
We debuted the pattern in a 1965 issue of our magazine.