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Title: Juvenile Styles, Volume 4
       Original Designs for Infants and Juveniles

Author: Mary Hoyer

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Juvenile Styles

Original Designs for Infants and Juveniles
by Mary Hoyer

DIRECTIONS ON PAGE 9

VOLUME NO. 4 .... TWENTY FIVE CENTS

Dress Your Child in ORIGINAL STYLES by Mary Hoyer

 

Dedicated to those who Knit "Smartly...."

Here are new worlds for you to conquer ... in a book
      that meets the needs of both beginner and expert in
the art of knitting and crocheting. Here are complete
      instructions that can be followed with the utmost
confidence. Explore this treasury of ORIGINAL DESIGNS.
      Your needles will experience new thrills. You'll have
lots of fun. And your children will look smarter than
      ever before. This book is yours!

 

Copyrighted 1941 by Mary Hoyer
Printed by Juvenile Styles Publishing Company, 1008 Penn St., Reading, Pa.


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A PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO ORIGINAL AND
DISTINCTIVE KNITTED AND CROCHETED GARMENTS

Juvenile Styles

MARY HOYER, Editor and Designer          Volume 4          Number 7

Mothers of All Young Americans

The season of 1946-47 promises to be the biggest of all seasons in knitting—you'll be knitting for the boys at camp—and in your spare time for the young Americans who are at the Fireside with you. So—Mothers, get out your knitting needles or crocheting hooks and relax in a nice big chair, turn on your radio to some soothing music, unwind your yarn—and in the pages of this book will be enough inspiration to make Mr. and Miss Young America the world's best dressed Children. There are Infants and Juvenile Styles cleverly and colorfully designed—and the Smart Young Miss has her day too, for there are some Garments that will be sure to meet with her approval and needs.

We sincerely hope that this book will be of invaluable use to those who "Knit Smartly".

Mary Hoyer

If You Are Unable To Obtain Our Style Books At Your Local Yarn Shop, Send 30c In Coin To The Following Address

PUBLISHED BY ...

JUVENILE STYLES PUBLISHING COMPANY
1008 PENN STREET, READING, PA.


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A Convalescing Jacket Ensemble

No. 800

Needles1 Pair Bone Nos. 3 and 7 American Standard.

Material8 one ounce balls, pink Saxony, Mother's. 2—one ounce balls, pink Saxony, Baby's. One-half ounce contrasting shade, Saxony.

Scale13 sts to 2 inches, No. 7 needles. Size 34 mother's, 3 months, baby's.

MOTHER'S JACKET

Back—With No. 7 needles, cast on 135 sts, *K 3, sl 1 st, repeat from *across row, ending with K 3, P back. Repeat these 2 rows for 8 inches. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 2 rows for underarm (127 sts). K 2 tog at beg of the next 8 rows (119 sts). Continue in pattern for 2 more inches. Change to No. 3 needles, on right side, *P 2, K 1, repeat from *across row, ending with P 2. On next row, K 2, P 1 across row. Repeat these 2 rows, for 5 inches. Bind off 7 sts at beg of the next 10 rows, bind off remaining 49 sts for back of neck.

Right Front—With No. 7 needles, cast on 71 sts, work in pattern for 8 inches. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next row at underarm, P 2 tog at beg of the next 4 rows at underarm. Work even for 2 more inches. At beg of the next row at front, bind off 4 sts. Change to No. 3 needles and repeat yoke pattern (P 2, K 1) for 3 inches, bind off 10 sts at beg of the next row at neck edge. Now K 2 tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until 39 sts remain. Bind off 7 sts at beg of every row at shoulder, 5 times and continue to K 2 tog at neck edge, until all sts are bound off. Work left front to correspond.

Sleeves—With No. 3 needles, cast on 65 sts, work in pattern, P 2, K 1, ending with P 2. Next row, K 2, P 1, ending row with K 2, repeat these 2 rows for 3 inches. Work 1 more row and inc 1 st at beg and end of row. Change to No. 7 needles and work in pattern, K 3, slip 1 st, end row with K 3. P back. Continue to work in pattern and inc 1 st at beg and end of every 6th row until you have 107 sts. Work even until sleeve measures 20 inches from cuff or desired length to underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then bind off 2 sts at beg of the next 2 rows. Now K 2 tog at beg and end of every K row until 53 sts remain, bind off. Sew up seams at underarm and shoulder, sew up sleeves and insert into armhole gathering at top a little. Hem the 4 bound off sts at front. Work 2 rows of s c around yoke and neck working 3 loops for buttonholes on right side of yoke, on first row. With contrasting shade start smocking on right hand side at bottom of yoke. Sew the first 2 K sts tog, then the next 2 K sts, leave the thread loose between the 2 smocked sts. Repeat across row. Start 2nd row, turn, skip first K st and work back in same manner. Work fronts and 5 rows of smocking on cuffs in same manner. Sew on buttons.

BABY'S JACKET

Back—With No. 7 needles, cast on 91 sts, *K 3, sl 1 st, repeat from *across row, ending with K 3, P back. Repeat these 2 rows for 4 inches. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 2 rows (83 sts). Work in pattern for inch more. With No. 3 needles, *P 2, K 1 (right side), repeat from *across row, ending with P 2. Next row, K 2, P 1, repeat these 2 rows for 2 inches. Bind off 6 sts at beg of the next 8 rows, bind off remaining 35 sts for back of neck.

Right Front—With No. 7 needles, cast on 47 sts, work in pattern for 4 inches, bind off 4 sts at beg of the next row at underarm, K back. Purl 2 sts tog at underarm, work pattern for inch more. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next row at front edge (hem). With No. 3 needles, *P 2, K 1, repeat from *across row, next row K 2, P 1, across row. Repeat these 2 rows for 1 inches. At beg of next row at front edge, bind off 6 sts, then K 2 tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until you have 27 sts left. Bind off 6 sts at beg of the next 4 rows at shoulder edge and continue to K 2 tog at neck edge, until all sts are bound off. Work left front to correspond.

Sleeves—With No. 3 needles, cast on 44 sts, P 2, K 1, across row. Next row, K 2, P 1, repeat these 2 rows for 1 inch. With No. 7 needles, K 3, slip 1 st, ending with K 3 (K last 2 sts tog), P back. Work in pattern, increasing 1 st at each end, every inch, until sleeve measures 4 inches (51 sts). Work 1 inch even. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows. K 2 tog at beg of every row, until you have 35 sts left, bind off. Sew up seams at underarm and shoulder, sew up sleeves and insert into armhole gathering at top a little. Hem the 4 bound off sts at front. Work 2 rows of s c around yoke and neck working 2 loops for buttonholes on right side of yoke, on first row. With contrasting shade start smocking on right hand side at bottom of yoke. Sew the first 2 K sts tog, then the next 2 K sts, leave the thread loose between the 2 smocked sts. Repeat across row. Start 2nd row turn, skip first K st and work back in same manner. Work fronts and 3 rows of smocking on cuffs in same manner. Sew on buttons.

BOOTIES

With No. 3 needles, cast on 47 sts, *K 3, sl 1 st, repeat from *across row, ending with K 3, P back. Repeat these 2 rows for 4 inches. On right side, K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row, P back. K 15, then P 2, K 1, for 17 sts, turn, K 2, P 1 for 17 sts. Repeat these 2 rows on 17 sts for 26 rows, break thread. Holding right side toward you, pick up 12 sts on side of instep, K across front of instep, pick up 12 sts on other side of instep, K on last 15 sts. K 7 rows even. *On next row dec 1 st at each end and 4 sts spaced at equal distances apart. K 3 rows even, repeat from *2 times, bind off. Sew seam at sole and back. With 2 strands of yarn, ch 90 sts. Tape thru beading. Sew inch hem in top of bootie.

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No. 800

The very smartest thing for the convalescing mother and child is this matching ensemble in shell pink with Turquoise smocking. Mother wears a jacket—and baby too wears a jacket with booties to match.

Detailed illustration of Booties on Page 5.
Directions on opposite page.


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His Majesty

No. 801

KNITTED INFANT SET

Size—Infant

Needles1 Pair American Standard No. 3 (or Circular).

MaterialSaxony—3 fold. Sacque—2 one ounce balls. Cap—1 one ounce ball. Booties—One-half ounce.

Gauge8 sts to one inch.

SACQUE

Starting at neck, cast on 78 sts. K 3 rows. Row 1—K 3, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row, ending with Y O, K 2 tog, K 1. Row 2—K 1 row. Row 3—*K 3, inc in next st, repeat from *across row, do not inc in last 4 sts thruout yoke. Rows 4-5-6-7—K. Repeat from Row 1 to 7, 3 more times. P 1 row, K 1 row, for 6 rows, keeping first and last 3 sts K on purled rows for border. K 1 row on purled side. Repeat Row 3. K 3 rows. Repeat rows 1 to 5 inclusive (282 sts). K 100 sts, K back on 58 sts for sleeve. *P 1 row, K 1 row for 6 rows on sleeve. K 6 rows (3 ribs), making a dec at beg and end of first K row, repeat from *2 times. P 1 row, K 1 row for 6 rows, on 6th row, *K 3, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 6 rows. Repeat rows 1 and 2. K 4 rows, bind off loosely on wrong side. K across back and 2nd sleeve (140 sts), K back on 58 sts for sleeve. Work sleeve same as other sleeve. Fasten thread and K over front 42 sts. K back having all sts on needle. *P 1 row, K 1 row for 6 rows, always keeping first and last 3 sts K on purled rows for border. K 6 rows (3 ribs). Repeat from *2 times. K 1 row, P 1 row for 6 rows. K 4 rows, bind off loosely on wrong side. With double strands of yarn, chain 100 sts, tape thru beading at neck. Sew up sleeve seams.

CAP

With No. 1 Needles, cast on 92 sts, K 2, P 2 for of an inch. Change to No. 3 needles, *P 1 row, K 1 row for 6 rows. K 6 rows (3 ribs), repeat from *3 more times. P 1 row, K 1 row for 6 rows. On next K row, bind off 31 sts loosely, K 30, bind off 31 sts, loosely. Fasten thread at beginning of the 30 sts and work in garter st for 1 inch. On next row, *dec 5 sts at equal distances apart. Work 1 inch even, repeat from *once,[Pg 5] work inch even. Sew sides to back piece. With No. 1 needles, pick up (on right side) 80 sts across bottom of cap and K 2, P 2 for 4 rows. Next row, K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 2, P 2 for 6 more rows, bind off loosely. Make a chain of s c about 21 inches long with 2 strands of yarn, tape thru beading.

No. 801

Picture the king or queen of your household be-decked in this Saxony Cap, Sacque, and Bootie ensemble. The young Heir surely deserves to look his—or her—best at all times.

Smocked booties are detail of Booties Style 800. Directions on Page 2.

KNEE BOOTIE

With No. 3 needles, cast on 48 sts, K 1, P 1, ribbing for 6 rows. K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. Continue to K 1, P 1, for 6 rows.

To start knee shaping: K 31, turn, K 14, turn, K 15, turn, K 16, turn. Continue to K 1 st more on every row for 20 rows, then K 2 sts more on every row until all 48 sts are on needle. *Work 1 inch even, dec 1 st at beg and end of next row, repeat from *until back seam measures 4 inches from ribbing (40 sts). Beading: K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 3 ribs. Now K across 27 sts, turn, K 14 sts, turn, on these 14 sts, K 24 rows (12 ribs), for instep. Break thread. Holding right side toward you, pick up 12 sts on side of instep. Continue across front of instep, pick up 12 sts on other side of instep, K on last 13 sts (64 sts). K 7 rows even. *On next row, dec 1 st at each end and 4 sts spaced at equal distances apart. K 3 rows even, repeat from *2 times. Bind off, sew seam at sole and back. With 2 strands of yarn, Ch 90 sts. Tape thru beading.

SHORT BOOTIES

With No. 3 needles, cast on 40 sts loosely. K 5 rows (3 ribs). On next row, K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. *K 3 ribs. K 1 row, P 1 row for 6 rows, repeat from *once. K 3 ribs. Next row, K 1 *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 3 ribs. Now K across 27 sts, turn, K 14 sts, turn, on these 14 sts, K 24 rows (12 ribs) for instep.

Break thread. Holding right side toward you, pick up 12 sts on side of instep. Continue across front of instep, pick up 12 sts on other side of instep, K on last 13 sts (64 sts). K 7 rows even. *On next row, dec 1 st at each end and 4 sts spaced at equal distances apart. K 3 rows even, repeat from *2 times. Bind off, sew seam at sole and back. With 2 strands of yarn, Ch 90 sts. Tape thru beading.


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Baby's Three-Piece Crocheted Set

No. 802

Size 6 months

1 Bone Crochet hook, size 3.

MaterialBaby Zephyr Pompadour. 3 one ounce balls pink. 1 one ounce ball, blue. For Sacque, Cap and Booties.

SACQUE

Row 1—With pink, ch 62 sts (to measure 9 inches, loosely), work 1 s c in 2nd ch from hook, 1 s c in next st, 2 s c in next ch, 1 s c in each of the next 2 ch, *skip 1 s c, 1 s c in each of the next 2 ch, 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 ch, repeat from *across row, ending with 3 s c (10 points).

Row 2—Ch 1, turn, work 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts (picking up back loop only), 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, *skip 1 s c, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, repeat from *across row, ending with 3 s c, do not break thread.

Row 3—With blue, ch 1, turn, repeat row 2 for 2 rows of blue. Alternate pink and blue every 2 rows, until you have 18 rows.

Row 19—Ch 1, turn, follow pattern for 3 points and end with 3 s c (19 s c for shoulder) work on these 19 sts for 9 rows. Ch 12 sts loosely at neck edge. S c in 2nd ch from hook, s c in next st, *2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, skip 1 st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, repeat from *across row, ending with 3 s c (5 points). Work on these 5 points for 15 rows, break thread. With blue, attach yarn at neck edge and work over 3 points, ending with 3 s c. Work to correspond to other front. The front just completed will have 1 more row than the other side. Continue with pink, ch 4, turn, *skip 2 sts, work 4 d c in next st, picking up both threads, skip 3 sts, 1 d c in next st, 1 d c in last st just skipped (making an X), repeat from *across front, ending with 4 d c in last st, ch 10, work 4 d c in first st on back, skip 3 sts, 1 d c in next st, 1 d c in st just skipped, repeat between **across back, ending with a shell. Ch 10 for underarm and continue across front, beg with a shell ending row with 1 d c in last st. Ch 4, turn, *skip 2 d c, d c in next st, d c in st just skipped, 4 d c between the X pattern, repeat from *across front. Skip 1 ch, work 4 d c in next ch, skip 3 ch, d c in next ch, d c in st just skipped. Skip 2 ch, 4 d c in next ch. Follow pattern across back, underarm and front; end row with 1 d c in ch 3 at beg of row. Ch 4, work remainder of sacque same as last 2 rows for 8 more rows. Break thread.

No. 802

Baby Graduates with highest honors from Style 801 to this set for that afternoon stroll with mother. Just the thing to wear to get those beneficial sunrays. Made in delicate pink and blue of Baby Zephyr Pompadour.

Scallop—With blue, fasten thread at left hand corner, ch 1, *work 6 d c in center of X pattern, s c in center of next pattern, repeat from *end row with a shell and s c in corner.

With pink, fasten thread at front edge on right side and s c up front, then ch 3 at neck edge, *skip 1 st, d c in next st, repeat from *around neck, s c down left front. Work picot on bottom as follows: *ch 1, loosely, sl st into next st, repeat from *around bottom, break thread.

Sleeves—With pink fasten thread at underarm, work 1 s c around armhole. Row 1—Ch 4, *skip 2 s c, work 4 d c in next st, skip 3 s c, d c in next st, d c in st just skipped, repeat from *around row, ending with d c in same st as ch at beg of row (8 shell, 8 X patterns), sl st in 3rd ch. Sl st 3 more sts, ch 4. Row 2—Work 4 d c between next X pattern, continue pattern around row and end row same as Row 1. Work 11 more rows in same manner. On 14th row, work 3 d c in X pattern and an X pattern in each shell.

Cuff—Work 2 rows of s c with pink (decreasing every 5th st on first row).

(Continued on page 29)


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Royal Highness

No. 803

CAPE AND HOOD IN "SUMMER SKY BLUE"

Size—6 months to 1 year

No. 803

Even the baby is thought of when it comes to knitting—perhaps more so than the adult—for here is baby's early fall cape and hood for those evenings when it is just a bit too cool for baby to be without some sort of covering. Here is a practical answer, and an answer soft and alluring. The embroidery on the cape and hood has that "smart touch" that gives the garment a look of regality—for his—or her—Royal Highness—the Baby.

Needles1 pair American Standard No. 2. 1 Circular No. 4.

MaterialParadise Zephyr 10 ounces.

Gauge6 sts to 1 inch.

CAPE

Starting at neck, with No. 2 needles, cast on 76 sts, K 1, P 1, for 3 rows. Beading: K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 1, P 1 for 3 rows, cast on 2 sts. Change to No. 4 circular needle.

Yoke—Work in garter st (K each row). Row 1—K 8, *inc 1 st, K 5, repeat from *across row to within last 8 sts, K 8. Do not inc in first and last 8 sts thruout yoke. Cast on 2 sts. Row 2—K 1 row. Row 3—On next row, K back to within last 4 sts, bind off 2 sts for buttonhole, K 2. On next row, cast on 2 sts over those bound off, K across row. *Repeat Row 1 (but do not cast on the 2 sts). K 3 rows even. Repeat from *until you have 182 sts, working 2 more buttonholes, 1 inch apart. On next row, K 24 sts, *slip 1 st, K 18 sts, repeat from *to within 25 sts, slip 1 st, K 24. On next row, K 3, P to within last 3 sts (Purling the sl st), K 3, repeat these 2 rows for 1 inch. On next K row, K 3, inc 1 st, K 9, inc 1 st, K 10, sl 1 st, continuing pattern across row, making an inc in center of each gore. Inc in 4th to last st same as beg of row. Work even for 1 inch. Inc in same manner every inch, until cape measures 11 inches from end of yoke. K 12 rows, 6 ribs, bind off loosely on wrong side.

Cord—Ch 3, join, work 5 s c in ring. Work 2 s c in each st, until you have 12 s c. Work even until you have 5 rows. Fill with cotton. S c around decreasing a few sts in each row to close opening. Ch 24 inches. Make another ball in same manner and attach to 2nd end.

HOOD

Starting at first half of neck edge, with No. 2 needles, cast on 42 sts, K 1, P 1 for 4 rows. Change to No. 4 needles. *K 1 row, P 1 row for 1 inch always knitting first 4 sts on Purled rows for border at front. Now K 2 sts tog at back edge, repeat from *until piece measures 5 inches, 37 sts (measuring after the K 1, P 1 edge). Work 1 inch even. To start peak at top: Row 1—K 30 sts, turn. Row 2 and all even rows, P back, slipping first st. Row 3—K 24, turn. Row 5—K 18, turn. Row 7—K 12, turn. Row 9—K 6, turn.

All sts are now on left hand needle (this completes half of hood). On next row starting at back, K 9[*,] turn. Following row: K 15, turn. Next row K 21, turn. Continue in this manner, increasing 6 sts every other row, until you have 33 sts on right hand needle, turn. P back and on next row, K 37. Work other half to correspond increasing 1 st every inch at back edge. Fold in half and sew seam. Sew hood to cape, starting about 2 inches from beading at beg of cape, gathering across leaving 2 inches at end.


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Linda

No. 804

A welcome addition to any young lady's wardrobe. Notice particularly the treatment of the hat—decidedly new and very young ladyish with hand embroidered grosgrain ribbon on the brim and on the pockets. Just the thing for those cool evenings in Summer or Fall.

No. 804

COAT AND BONNET

Size 2-4 years

NeedlesBone American Standard No. 5. 1 Bone Crochet Hook, size 5.

MaterialKnitting Worsted, 4 Fold. Coat—10 ounces. Bonnet—3 ounces. 5 yards of Hat Cord. 4 Wooden Buttons.

Gauge6 sts to 1 inch K. 5 sts to 1 inch Cr.

COAT

Back—Cast on 108 sts (116 sts, size 4), work in garter st (K each row), for 1 inch. P 1 row, K 1 row, for 2 inches, 3 inches from bottom. On next K row, dec 4 sts as follows: K 2 tog, K 33, K 2 tog, K 34, K 2 tog K 33, K 2 tog (104 sts). Work 1 inch even. K 2 tog, K 32, K 2 tog, K 32, K 2 tog, K 32, K 2 tog (100 sts). Work 1 inch even. Make another dec in same manner, having decreases come directly above those of previous rows, every inch until you have 9 inches, 80 sts. Work 2 inches even or desired length to underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows for under arm, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 4 rows (70 sts). Work 4 rows even. On next K row, *K 3, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row but do not K last 2 sts tog. Yoke is worked in garter st for 3 inches (3 inches, size 4). Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 8 rows, bind off remaining sts for back of neck.

Left Front—Cast on 58 sts (60 sts, size 4), work in garter st for 1 inch. K 5 sts for border, P across, K 1 row, P 1 row for 2 inches always K 5 sts on purled rows at front for border. On next K row, dec 2 sts as follows: K 2 tog, K 24, K 2 tog, K 30 (56 sts). Work 1 inch even. K 2 tog, K 23, K 2 tog, K 29 (54 sts). Work 1 inch even. Make another dec in same manner, having decreases come directly above those of previous row, every inch, until you have 9 inches, 44 sts. Work 2 inches even or desired length to

(Continued on page 11)


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Bonnie Annie Laurie

ILLUSTRATION ON FRONT COVER

No. 805

PLAID COAT AND BONNET IN ROYAL BLUE

Size 4 to 6 years

Needles1 Pair American Standard No. 5.

MaterialKnitting Worsted, 3 four ounce skeins. Sports Yarn (for embroidering) Red, Yellow, Green. 16-inch zipper open.

Gauge5 sts to 1 inch.

COAT

Back—Starting at bottom, cast on 102 sts, (108 sts, size 6), K 8 rows (4 ribs). P 1 row, K 1 row for 2 inches. Now dec 4 sts as follows: K 2 tog, K 31, K 2 tog, K 32, K 2 tog, K 31, K 2 tog (98 sts). Work 1 inch even. Make another dec: K 2 tog, K 30, K 2 tog, K 30, K 2 tog, K 30, K 2 tog (94 sts). *Work 1 inch even and make another dec in same manner, having decreases come directly above those of previous decreases, repeat from *until piece measures 11 inches (66 sts). Work 1 inch even (3 inches, size 6). *Now inc 1 st on each side, work 1 inch even, repeat from *once. Work even until back measures 17 inches or desired length to underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 6 rows (6 sts off on each side). Work even until armhole measures 5 inches (5 inches, size 6), measuring straight up from where the 3 sts were bound off. Bind off 5 sts at beg of the next 6 rows, bind off remaining sts loosely for back of neck.

No. 805

Smart, colorful and easy on the eye is this two-piece ensemble for the young lady. The coat is first knit and then the plaid is embroidered in green, yellow and red. The only note of contrasting plainness is in the collar of the coat and the back of the bonnet. The coat closes with a convenient Zipper.

Left Front—Cast on 52 sts (56 sts, size 6). K 8 rows (4 ribs). P 1 row, K 1 row for 2 inches, always keeping first 3 sts K on purled rows for border at front. Now dec 2 sts as follows: K 2 tog, K 23, K 2 tog, K 25 (50 sts). Work 1 inch even and *make another dec in same manner, work 1 inch even. Repeat from *until piece measures 11 inches (34 sts). Work 1 inch even (3 inches, size 6). *Now inc 1 st at seam end, work 1 inch even, repeat from *once. Work even until front measures 17 inches or desired length to underarm. Bind off 4 sts at beg of next row for underarm, then K 2 tog at beg of every row at underarm 3 more times. Work even until armhole measures 3 inches from where the 4 sts were bound off (4 inches, 6 years). On next row that begins at neck edge, bind off 6 sts. P 2 sts tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until 18 sts remain. Bind off 5 sts at beg of the next 3 rows at shoulder and continue to P 2 tog at neck, until all sts are bound off. Work Right Front to correspond.

Sleeves—Cast on 38 sts (42 sts, size 6), K 8 rows (4 ribs). Now P 1 row, K 1 row for 2 inches, *inc 1 st on each end, work even for 1 inch, repeat from *until sleeve measures 10 inches from beginning (54 sts). Work 1 inch even or desired length to underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg and end of every K row, until 18 sts remain. Work other sleeve in same manner.

Embroidering (see swatch).

Fold back in half at neck edge, place a marker. Count 7 sts on left side of marker. With red yarn insert tapestry needle from wrong side to right side. *Now insert needle over 1 thread and down 1 thread, bringing needle from wrong to right side 2 threads below, repeat from *to bottom of coat. Count 7 sts to right of marker, with red, make another row in same manner. Fasten ends securely. Count 14 sts on either side of these 2 rows and make 1 more row with red, in same manner. With yellow work 1 row on next thread to right side of each red row. Measure 2 inches from bottom of back, with red make a running st, inserting needle over 1 thread and under 2 threads across row, do not pull too tightly. *Skip 17 rows of knitting and on 18th row, make another running st with red, repeat from *to top of coat. With green make 1 row below red in same manner.

Fronts—On 5th row from shoulder edge, with red, work from top to bottom same as back. Count 14 rows, with red, make another row in same manner. Measure 2 inches from bottom, work running sts with red and green to match back.

Sleeves—Make same st from top of sleeve to bottom starting in center of sleeve, with red and yellow. Skip 14 rows on either side make one more row, with red and yellow. Work running sts with red and green starting 2 inches from bottom of coat, every 18th row to top of sleeve. Sew shoulder seams.

Collar—Holding wrong side of coat toward you, pick up 52 sts. P 1 row, K 1 row, knitting first and last 3 sts on P rows for border for inch. Inc in every 6th st across row. Work inch even. Inc in every 7th st across. Work inch even. Inc every 8th st across. Work inch even. Work 3 ribs in garter st, bind off loosely on wrong side.

Sew Back to Fronts and sew up sleeves, insert into armholes, having seams meet at underarm. Make two small inverted pleats at top of sleeves. Insert zipper.

(Continued on page 32)


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Sunny

No. 806

SLIP-OVER-CARDIGAN-PANTIES

Size—6 Months to one year

No. 806

The suit consists of slip-over cardigan and panties and is just the thing for a One Year Old to wear when welcoming his—or her—First Birthday Party guests. The king of the house will do justice to this handsome suit.

NeedlesNo. 3 American Standard.

MaterialKashmir Fleece—5 one ounce balls.

yard of Elastic.

13 Pearl Buttons.

Gauge8 sts to 1 inch.

SLIP-OVER

Back—Starting at bottom, cast on 76 sts (80 sts, size 1), K 1, P 1 for 2 inches. K 1 row, P 1 row for 4 inches, (5 inches, size 1). Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 4 rows (64 sts). Work even for 3 inches (3 inches, size 1). K 6 rows (3 ribs). On next row K 20, bind off 24 sts loosely, K 20. On these 20 sts, P 1 row, K 1 row for 4 rows, K 2 rows, bind off loosely. Fasten thread at beg of the other shoulder and work in same manner.

Front—Work front same as for back to underarm. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 4 rows (64 sts). On next purled row, P 31, K 2, P 31. K back. On next purled row, P 25, K 2, P 4, K 2, P 4, K 2, P 25. K back. Continue pattern in this manner 6 more sts in pattern on each side, on purled rows, until all sts are in pattern. Work in pattern until armhole measures same as for back, having last 3 ribs K in garter st. On next row, K 20, bind off 24 sts loosely, K 20. On these 20 sts, K 4 rows (2 ribs), on next row, work buttonholes as follows: K 4 sts at shoulder edge, bind off 2, K 4, bind off 2, K 4, bind off 2, K 2. On next row, cast on 2 sts over those bound off. K 2 more rows, bind off. Work other shoulder to correspond. Fold shoulders tog, having buttonholes overlap the stockinette st band. When picking up sleeve sts, pick up sts thru both pieces at top of shoulder.

Sleeves—Pick up 58 sts, starting after the 6 bound off sts, to 6 bound off sts at other end. P back, pick up 2 sts at each[Pg 11] end of every row, until all sts are picked up (70 sts). *Work inch or 4 rows, K 2 tog at beg and end of next row, repeat from *until sleeve measures 6 inches (46 sts). K 1, P 1 (ribbing), for 1 inch, bind off loosely. Sew on buttons with tape on shoulder piece. Boat is worked in cross stitch as shown on illustration.

CARDIGAN

Back—Starting at bottom, cast on 76 sts (80 sts, size 1), K 1, P 1 for 2 inches. K 1 row, P 1 row for 5 inches (5 inches, size 1). Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 4 rows (64 sts). Work even for 3 inches (3 inches, size 1). K 6 rows (3 ribs). On next row K 20, bind off 24 sts loosely, K 20. On these 20 sts, P 1 row, K 1 row for 4 rows. (Put other 20 sts on st holder). Now inc 1 st at beg of every K row at neck edge, until you have 30 sts. Cast on 5 sts at neck edge. P 1 row, K 1 row always keeping last 5 sts K on purled rows for border. Work 1 inches from beginning of border, then inc 1 st at end of K rows, 2 times at underarm, then cast on 4 sts at underarm. Work even for 5 inches continuing border. K 1, P 1 ribbing for 2 inches, bind off loosely, K 1, P 1. Work right front to correspond. Start buttonholes 1 inch from beg of border as follows: K 3, bind off 2, P across. On next row, cast on 2 sts over those bound off. Continue 5 more buttonholes 1 inches apart.

Band at Neck—Pick up 82 sts, K 1, P 1 ribbing for 1 row, on next row, K 1, P 1, K 1, bind off 2 sts, K 1, P 1 across row. On next row cast on 3 sts over those bound off. K 1, P 1 for 2 more rows, bind off, K 1, P 1.

Sleeves—Pick up 58 sts, starting after the 6 bound off sts, to 6 bound off sts at other end. P back. Pick up 2 sts at each end of every row, until all sts are picked up (70 sts). *Work inch or 4 rows, K 2 tog at beg and end of next row, repeat from *until sleeve measures 6 inches (46 sts). K 1, P 1 (ribbing), for 1 inch, bind off loosely. Sew up side seams and sleeves. Sew on buttons with ribbon on wrong side.

PANTIES

Cast on 76 sts, loosely (80 sts, size 1), K 1, P 1 for 6 rows. Next row, K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 1, P 1 for 6 more rows. K 1 row, P 1 row for 7 inches from start (7 inches, size 1). To start shaping of crotch; K 36, inc in next st, K 2, inc in next st, K 36, P back. K 36, inc in next st, K 4, inc in next st, K 36, P back. K 36 sts and inc in same manner, having 2 more sts between increases until you have 6 sts between increases. Bind off 4 sts at beg of each row (continue to inc for crotch in same manner), until all sts are bound off on each side of crotch (24 sts). K 1 row, P 1 row on these 24 sts (crotch) for 1 inches. Cast on 4 sts at end of every row and dec in same manner as you increased, thus having 2 sts less on each K row, between crotch. K 1 row, P 1 row on 76 sts, for 6 inches (7 inches, size 1). K 1, P 1, for 6 rows. Next row, K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 1, P 1 for 6 more rows, bind off loosely. Pick up 80 sts around each leg, K 1, P 1, ribbing for 1 inch, bind off loosely. Fold tog on wrong side easing longer side in for back. Tape with elastic.


Linda

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underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next row that begins at underarm, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at underarm, 3 times (38 sts). Work 3 rows even. On next K row, *K 2 tog, K 2 repeat from *across row, K last 5 sts. Work yoke in garter st for 2 inches (2 inches, size 4). Bind off 7 sts at neck edge, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until you have 20 sts. Bind off 4 sts on next 4 rows that begin at armhole and dec 1 st on every row that begins at neck edge.

Right Front—Work to correspond until piece measures 8 inches, measuring on border at front. Work buttonholes as follows: K 3 sts on border side, bind off 2 sts for buttonhole, K across. On next row, cast on 2 sts over those bound off on previous row. Continue same as left side and continue buttonholes 1 inches apart.

Sleeves—Cast on 32 sts, (36 sts, size 4), work in garter st for 2 inches (2 inches, size 4). On next row, *K 2, inc 1 st repeat from *across row (42 sts). *K 1 row, P 1 row for 1 inch, inc 1 st at each end, repeat from *until sleeve measures 6 inches from bottom (50 sts). Work 2 inches even, or desired length to underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then 2 sts (5 sts off on each side). K 2 sts tog at beg and end of every 4th row, until you have 28 sts, bind off.

Pockets—Cast on 14 sts, P back. Inc in first and last st on K rows, until you have 18 sts. K 1 row, P 1 row, until piece measures 2 inches. *K 1, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K in garter st for inch, bind off loosely. Sew fronts and back tog, sew sleeves tog and insert into

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Land of Nod

No. 807

FIVE-PIECE ENSEMBLE WITH CARRIAGE ROBE

Size 6 Months to 1 Year

Needles1 Pair American Standard No. 2 and 4. 4 Double point, No. 4. (For Mitts).

MaterialJacket—5 ounces (Germantown 4-Fold used in complete ensemble). Leggins—5 ounces. Hood—2 ounces. Mitts—1 ounce. Shoes—1 ounce. Afghan—12 ounces. Imported Angora—2 Balls. Zipper.

Gauge6 sts to 1 inch.

JACKET

Back—With No. 4 needles, cast on 58 sts. (64 sts, size 1). *P 4 sts, K 2, repeat from *across row, ending with P 4. K next row (right side). Repeat these two rows for 6 inches. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 sts tog at beg of the next 6 rows (46 sts). Work even for 4 inches (4, size 1), measuring straight up from where the 3 sts were bound off. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 6 rows, bind off remaining sts for back of neck.

Left Front—Cast on 30 sts (32 sts, size 1). *P 4, K 2, repeat from *across row, ending with K 2. K next row. Repeat these 2 rows for 6 inches. On the P 2 gore, bind off 4 sts for underarm, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at underarm 3 times (7 sts off). Work even for 3 inches (3 size 1). On next row that begins at neck edge, bind off 5 sts, follow pattern across. P 2 sts tog at beg of every row that begins at neck edge until 14 sts remain. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 3 rows that begin at shoulder and continue to K 2 sts tog at neck edge, until all sts are bound off.

Right Front—Work right front to correspond having K 4 gores meet for zipper.

Sleeves—Cast on 34 sts (38 sts, size 1), P 4, K 2 across row, K back. Work in pattern for 2 inches. Inc 1 st on each side every inch until sleeve measures 6 inches from start. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then bind off 2 sts at beg of the next 2 rows (5 sts off on each side). Now K 2 sts tog at beg and end of every 4th row, until 20 sts remain, bind off. Sew up seams at underarm and shoulders. Sew sleeves tog, insert sleeves into armholes.

Collar—With wrong side towards you pick up 52 sts. *P 4, K 2, repeat from *across row ending with P 4. K back. Work 4 more rows in pattern. On wrong side make an inc in each K 2 gore. Work in pattern until collar measures 2 inches, bind off loosely. Work 1 row of s c around collar and fronts. Sew on zipper.

LEGGINS

Cuff—With No. 2 needles, cast on 40 sts (46 sts, size 1), K 1, P 1 for 14 rows. Change to No. 4 needles, K 1, P 1 for 3 more rows. K next row, increasing every 6th st across row. P 1 row, K 1 row, increasing every 6th row at beg and end, until you have 62 sts. Now inc in every 4th row, until you have 68 sts. Inc in every 2nd row until you have 78 sts (86 sts, size 1), or desired length to crotch. Work 2 rows even. *On next K row, bind off 2 sts, K to end of row. On next purled row, P 2 sts tog (place marker for back) repeat from *once. Work 2 rows even, dec 1 st at beg and end of next 2 K rows. Now dec 1 st every 6th row at front edge, 6 times, meanwhile dec every 8th row at back edge, 2 times. Work 6 rows even (10 rows, size 1). On next purled row, P 28, turn, slip first st. K to back edge, P 22, K back, P 16. K back, P 10, K back, P 5, K back. P across all sts. Change to No. 2 needles, K 1, P 1 for 4 rows. On next row, K 2, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. K 1, P 1 for 4 more rows, bind off loosely, K 1, P 1. Work other leg to correspond. Sew each leg tog up to crotch; sew front and back seams. Ch 160 sts, insert thru beading.

HOOD

Starting at first half of neck edge, cast on 44 sts (48 sts, size 1), work in garter st (K each row), for 4 inches. To start peak at top: *dec 1 st by knitting the 2nd and 3rd sts tog, place marker, this side will be referred to as back. Inc in 3rd st at front edge. K 4 rows (2 ribs), repeat from *once (5 inches) from start. Now bind off 10 sts at beg of front edge and K 2 tog at beg of next row at back edge. Continue to K 2nd and 3rd sts tog at beg of every row at back edge and K 2 tog at beg and end of every row at front edge, until you have 16 sts. Continue in same manner at back edge and work even at front, until you have 10 sts. Now inc in first st at beg of front edge and bind off 2 sts at beg of every row at back edge, until you have 4 sts, bind off. Work another piece in same manner and sew tog.

Band at Neck—Cast on 4 sts, work in garter st for 20 inches, bind off. Sew band to bottom of hood gathering hood to fit snug, leave ends to tie.

Pompom—With a small card board, 1 inches in width, wrap yarn around cardboard 36 times, sew at one end, cut at other. Make 2 more in same manner, sew 3 pieces together, trim.

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No. 807

Five Piece Ensemble, with Carriage Robe for a tiny Baby. What a pleasure you will have in fondling the well dressed baby who has the foresight to have in his wardrobe this five piece suit, consisting of leggings, cap, jacket, mittens and shoes. The jacket has a convenient Zipper front. To finish, you may trim with angora or a contrasting shade of yarn may be used.


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A Sailor's Sweetheart

No. 808

This young lady is wearing one of the most colorful of jackets. Crocheted in Royal Blue, with a white sailor collar that has a touch of red—so three cheers for the Red, White and Blue. An added bit of glamour is the gold buttons down the front. Ship ahoy!

No. 808

CROCHETED JACKET

Size 4 to 6 years

1 Bone Crochet Hook, size 3.

MaterialCashmere Sports, 4 two ounce balls. One-half ounce ball white and red. 6 gold buttons.

Back—Ch 68 (to measure about 12 inches). (72 chs, size 6). Work 1 s c in 2nd ch from hook, s c in each ch. Ch 1, turn, work 12 rows of s c. On 13th row, inc in every 7th st across row (76 s c). Next row, ch 2, turn, insert hook in 2nd ch from hook, draw yarn thru, insert needle in first s c, wrap, draw thru 2 loops, wrap thru 2 more (same as d c). *Insert needle in large loop of st, draw thru, insert needle in next s c, complete same as d c, repeat from *across row (right side). Ch 1, turn, s c in each st across row. Repeat these 2 rows for 8 inches. On next s c row, s c to within last 3 sts, ch 2, turn, follow pattern across row to within last 3 sts. Ch 1, turn, s c across row; do not s c in last 2 sts, ch 2, follow pattern across row, do not work in last 2 sts. Follow pattern across for the next 6 rows and do not work in last st of each row (8 sts off on each side). Work in pattern for 5 inches, or desired length to shoulder. On next s c row, *s c to within last 6 sts, ch 1, turn, s c to within last 6 sts at other end, (remainder of back is worked in s c rows), repeat from *2 more times, break thread.

Left Front—Ch 34, (36 chs, size 6) work 1 s c in 2nd ch from hook, work 1 s c in each ch across row. Ch 1, turn, work 12 rows of s c. On 13th row, inc in every 7th st across row. Work same as back to underarm. On next s c row, work to within last 3 sts of underarm. Ch 2, follow pattern across row. On next row, s c to within last 2 sts, *ch 2. Follow pattern across row, on next row, s c to within last st, repeat from *3 times. (9 sts off at underarm). When piece measures about 1 inches from underarm work pocket as follows: Work over 6 sts from underarm side. Pocket: With another strand of yarn, ch 17 sts loosely, work in pattern for 2 inches, break thread, insert pocket. Continue pattern on pocket for 16 sts and skip 16 on sweater; continue across front. Follow pattern until front measures 10 inches from bottom at front edge, dec 2 sts at front edge (by not working in last s c and the turning cr). Work even at armhole edge, and do not work in last st of every row at neck edge, until you have 20 sts. When piece measures same as back to shoulder, s c to within last 6 sts at shoulder edge, 2 times (same as back), and continue to dec at neck 2 more times. Work right front to correspond, omitting pocket.

Sleeves—Ch 41 sts (to measure about 6 inches), (45 chs, size 6). Work 1 s c in 2nd ch from hook, s c in each ch to end of row. Ch 1, turn, work 10 rows of s c. On 11th row inc 4 sts across row at equal distances apart. Work in pattern same as for back for 1 inch. On next row, inc 1 st on each side. Continue to inc 1 st on each side every inch until you have

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Tyrol

No. 809

An authentic style note emphasized by the embroidery in gay colors down the panels in the front, which may be easily applied. There is a hat to match. We used Beige complemented with contrasting colors.

No. 809

KNITTED JACKET AND HAT

Size 8 to 10 years

NeedlesAmerican Standard No. 11.

MaterialKnitting Worsted, 3 four ounce skeins, for both Jacket and Hat. Seven Wooden Buttons.

Scale4 sts to 1 inch.

JACKET

Back—With No. 11 needles and 2 strands of yarn cast on 42 sts (size 10, 46 sts), *K 2, P 2 across row. Next row, P 2, K 2, repeat from *for 9 inches. Bind off 2 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 4 rows, 34 sts remaining. Work even for 5 inches (6 inches, size 10). Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 6 rows, bind off remaining 16 sts for back of neck.

Left Front—Cast on 26 sts (size 10, 28 sts) *K 2, P 2 across row to within last 4 sts, K last 4 sts (border). Next row, K 4, P 2, K 2 across row, ending with P 2. Repeat from *until piece measures 3 inches. *Next row, on right side, K 2, P 2, K 2, P 2, K 6, P 2, K 2, P 2, K 2, K 4. Next row, K 4, P 2, K 2, P 2, K 2, P 6, K 2, P 2, K 2, P 2. Repeat from *until piece measures 9 inches. Bind off 2 sts at beg of next row at underarm, then K 2 tog at beg of next 2 rows at underarm (22 sts). Work even for 4 inches, (4 inches, size 10). Now bind off 4 sts at border edge and dec 1 st at beg of every row at neck edge, until 12 sts remain. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 3 rows at shoulder and continue to dec at neck edge, 3 more times.

Right Front—Cast on 26 sts. K 4, *K 2, P 2, repeat from *across row. Next row, P 2, K 2 to within last 4 sts. K last 4 sts. Repeat these 2 rows for 1 inch. Then work buttonhole as follows: P 2, K 2 across row to within 4 sts, bind off 2, K 2. Next row, K 2, cast on 2 sts over those bound off, continue pattern across row. Continue same as left front working buttonholes every 2 inches.

Sleeves—Cast on 24 sts, K 2, P 2, ribbing for 2 inches. Inc 1 st on each side and inc 1 st on each side every 2 inches, until sleeve measures 12 inches (34 sts). Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 2 rows (26 sts). K 2 tog at beg and end of every 4th row, until you have 16 sts, bind off. Sew shoulder seams.

Band at neck—Pick up 46 sts and K 2, P 2, across row. *On next row, dec 1 st at beg and end of every row, repeat from *until you have 32 sts, bind off. Sew seams at underarm and sleeves, insert sleeves into armholes, gathering a little at top of sleeve. Embroider heart in center of panel with rust. The center 2 flowers with brown (Yellow centers). Top and bottom flowers with orange (brown centers). Work stems with green. Sew on buttons.

HAT

With No. 11 needles, 2 strands of yarn, cast on 64 sts. K 2, P 2 for 2 inches. Next row, K 2 tog (P 2, K 2) for 30 sts, (continue with half of hat) turn, *K 2 tog at beg and end of every row at center back and K 2 tog at beg of every 4th row at front edge until you have 16 sts left. Bind off 4 sts at beg of every row at back edge until all sts are bound off. Work other side to correspond. Sew up back of cap. S c around entire cap. With contrasting yarn (2 strands) chain 24 inches, break thread, tape thru front. Make 2 small pompoms. Make pompom of 3 different shades, sew tog, trim. Sew on ends of cord, tie in 1 knot. Embroider as shown on illustration.


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Goldilocks

No. 810

LITTLE PRINCESS AND HER DOLLY

Size 4-6 years

Needles1 Circular Needle, No. 3. 1 Pair American Standard No. 1.

MaterialKashmir Sports Yarn; 8 ounces, size 4; 10 ounces, size 6. 22-inch zipper.

Gauge7 sts to 1 inch.

DRESS

Starting at bottom, with No. 3 circular needle, cast on 375 sts, size 4 (427 sts, size 6), do not join. K in garter st for 9 rows, 5 ribs.

Size 4—Work as follows: P 31, *K 3, P 59, repeat from *4 times, K 3, P 31. K back. Repeat these 2 rows for 1 inch. First dec: K 13, K 2 tog, K 12, K 2 tog, K 7, *K 2 tog, K 16, K 2 tog, K 15, K 2 tog, K 16, K 2 tog, K 7, repeat from *4 times, dec last panel same as first panel. *Work 1 inch even. Make another dec in same manner having decreases come directly above previous decreases. (24 sts less after each decreased row). Repeat from *until you have 159 sts. Work even until piece measures 12 inches or desired length to waist line.

Size 6—K 9 rows for border same as size 4. P 37, *K 3, P 67, repeat from *4 times, K 3, P 37. K back, repeat these 2 rows for 1 inch. First dec: K 16, K 2 tog, K 15, K 2 tog, K 7, *K 2 tog, K 18, K 2 tog, K 19, K 2 tog, K 18, K 2 tog, K 7, repeat from *4 times, dec last panel same as first panel. Work 1 inch even. Make another dec in same manner every inch, until you have 163 sts. Work even until piece measures 14 inches or desired length to waist line. *K 16 (size 6, K 18) (including 3 K sts), with No. 1 needles, K 1, P 1, for 49 sts, continue with circular 3 needle, K 29 (back gore), with No. 1 needles, K 1, P 1, for 49 sts. Continue with No. 3 circular needle, K 16 (size 6, K 18). P back following pattern, repeat from *for 1 inches. On right side of work continue on No. 3 circular needle same as before without ribbing for 2 inches. (3 inches, size 6). Size 4 and 6—From now on continue fronts and back for size 6 same as size 4 only you will have 1 more st on each front and 2 more sts in back. K 37 to underarm, put on st holder. Bind off 7. K 71 sts for back, put other front on st holder, P 2 sts tog at beg of the next 4 rows (67 sts). Work even following pattern for 4 inches (5 inches size 6). Bind off 5 sts at beg of the next 8 rows, bind off remaining 27 sts for back of neck. Continue on left front, bind off 7 sts for underarm, following pattern, K 2 tog at underarm 3 more times (34 sts) work even for 1 inch more (1 inches, size 6). On wrong side, P 13, K 15 (border for top of pocket), P 6 across. K back, repeat these 2 rows for 4 more rows. On next row, P 13, bind off 15 sts for pocket edge, P across. With separate yarn, cast on 15 sts, K 1 row, P 1 row for 2 inches, put on st holder. K 6 sts, K the 15 sts from st holder for pocket, K across. P 1 row, K 1 row for 1 inch. Now P 2 tog at beg of every row at neck edge until 23 sts remain. Bind off 5 sts at beg of the next 4 rows at shoulder and continue to P 2 tog at neck edge, until all sts are bound off. Work Right Front to correspond.

Sleeves—With No. 1 needles, cast on 48 sts (size 6, 52 sts), K 1, P 1, for inch. Change to No. 3 needles, K 1 row, next row, P 16, K 3, P 10, K 3, P 16. K back. K these last 2 rows and inc 1 st at each end every 4th row, until sleeve measures 2 inches from beginning, 54 sts. Now inc 2 sts in center gore as follows: *K to first gore and K 4 sts after gore, inc 1 st, K to within 5 sts of 2nd gore, inc 1 st, K across. Continue to inc at seam ends every 4th row and 2 sts between gores every 6th row, repeat from *until piece measures 3 inches, 62 sts. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg and end of next K row, now K 2 tog at beg and end of every 4th row (continue to inc 2 sts between gores every 6th row) until you have 50 sts. Now K 2 tog at beg and end of every K row (do not inc in center gores), until you have 44 sts. Now K 1, P 1 ribbing between gores and continue to K 2 tog at beg and end of every K row, until ribbing measures inch, bind off.

Collar—With white, cast on 56 sts, K 4 rows, 3 ribs. K 1 row, P 1 row, always knitting first and last 3 sts on purled rows (border). Continue these 2 rows for 4 inches. K 16, bind off 24 sts, K 16. Work 3 rows even on last 16 sts, keeping K 3 border on outer edge. Now dec 1 st every 4th row on neck edge and dec 1 st on outer edge (by knitting 4th and 5th st tog) every 8th row, until you have 2 sts, bind off. With red and royal blue, embroider 2 rows around collar as illustrated. Sew shoulder seams. Sew up sleeve seams, sew into armhole having fullness at top of sleeve. Sew pockets on inside of dress (do not stitch thru on right side). Sew on collar. Insert Zipper.

Instructions for the knitted doll dress and beret for Style No. 810 as shown in illustration, will be found in "Mary's Dollies, A Doll Booklet," Vol. 5.

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No. 810

Fit for a Princess too!—though she doesn't have to be of Royal Lineage. Any charming young lady can wear this type of knitted dress and feel—well—like a Princess. The dress has a zipper closure and a modish flared skirt—and a Sailor collar. The Princess is holding a doll—wearing a duplicate of her Dress.


A Sailor's Sweetheart

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60 sts across row. Work even until sleeve measures 10 inches from bottom of cuff or desired length to underarm. *On next row work to within 3 sts at end of row, repeat from *once. On next row work to within 2 sts at end of row, repeat from *once (50 sts). Now work to within 1 st of each row until you have 28 sts left. Sew shoulder scams and sides. Sew sleeves and insert into armholes making a small inverted pleat at top.

Starting at right front, work 1 row of s c completely around fronts and neck. Work 3 more rows of s c on left front, break thread. Work 1 row of s c on right front making ch 3 loops for buttonholes about 2 inches apart. Work 2 more rows of s c over chains. Work 2

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Boy Blue

No. 811

Consists of pants, slip-over, jacket and beret. The ideal thing for cool Summer nights or early Fall. You will notice, particularly, the jacket, which has side ties and slanted pockets just like Dad's—and a zipper closure in the front to make putting on or taking off a delight and a definite accomplishment for a very young man. We used king's blue.

Note the white anchor on the slip-over.

No. 811

FOUR-PIECE BOY'S ENSEMBLE

Size 3 to 5 years

Needles1 pair American Standard No. 3.

Material6 two ounce balls Kashmir Sports for complete outfit. Separate pieces require the following: Slip-over—2 two ounce balls. Jacket—3 two ounce balls. Pants—1 ounces. Beret— ounce. Zipper—12 inch separating.

Gauge7 sts to 1 inch.

JACKET

Back—Cast on 83 sts (86 sts, size 5). Row 1—*P 3, K 2, repeat from *across row, ending with P 3. Row 2—K back (right side). Repeat these 2 rows for 2 inches, K 1, P 1 for 18 sts, following pattern across row to within last 18 sts, K 1, P 1 for 18 sts. K 1, P 1 ribbing for 18 sts on each side for 1 inch. Now work in pattern, until piece measures 8 inches from start. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows for underarm. Then K 2 tog at beg of the next 4 rows at underarm (73 sts). Work even until armhole measures 4 inches, from where the 3 sts were bound off. Bind off 6 sts at beg of the next 8 rows, bind off remaining 25 sts for back of neck.

Left Front—Cast on 43 sts (45 sts, size 5). K 3 (border), *P 3, K 2 repeat from *across row, ending with K 2. K next row. Repeat these 2 rows for 2 inches. On next row at seam end, K 1, P 1, for 18 sts, follow pattern across row. Continue pattern with K 1, P 1 ribbing for 18 sts at seam end for 1 inch. Continue same as for back to underarm. Bind off 4 sts at beg of next row at underarm, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at underarm, 4 times, 35 sts. Work even for 3 inches, measuring straight up from where the 4 sts were bound off. Bind off 4 sts at beg of next row at neck edge, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until 27 sts remain. Bind off 6 sts at beg of shoulder edge, 4 times

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Majorette

No. 812

This season, more than in many recent seasons, the military motif is getting quite a play. The classical "blue and gold" is carried out to singular effect with this jacket of blue trimmed with gold buttons and—no less—epaulettes on the shoulders, the fringe of which is 2 ply sports yarn. The hat repeats the color theme of the jacket with striking effect.

No. 812

KNITTED JACKET AND HAT

6-8 years

1 Pair Bone Needles, American Standard No. 5.

MaterialKnitting Worsted, 10 ounces, Royal Blue. Sports yarn, 1 ounce, gold. 6 buttons.

Gauge5 sts to 1 inch.

JACKET

Back—Cast on 66 sts (70 sts, size 8), K 3 rows. Now P 1 row, K 1 row, for 6 rows, K 4 rows (2 ribs), (this completes border) P 1 row, K 1 row for 9 inches (10 inches, size 8) measuring from bottom. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, K 2 sts tog at beg of the next 4 rows (5 sts off on each side). Work even for 5 inches (6 inches, size 8), measuring straight up from where the 3 sts were bound off. Bind off 6 sts at beg of the next 6 rows, place center 20 sts on st holder.

Left front—Cast on 38 sts, K 3 rows. *K 2, P 4, K 2 (border), P across. K next row, repeat these 2 rows for 9 inches, working border on bottom same as for back. Bind off, 3 sts at beg of the next row that begins at underarm, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at underarm until you have 7 sts off. Work even until armhole measures 3 inches. K 8 sts (border), place on st holder, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at neck edge until 18 sts remain. Bind off 6 sts at beginning of shoulder 3 times, work even at neck edge.

Right Front—Work to correspond, working first buttonhole 1 inch from bottom as follows: Work 3 sts, bind off 3, follow pattern across. Cast on 3 sts over those bound off on previous row. Work buttonholes every 2 inches after first buttonhole (5 buttonholes).

Sleeves—Cast on 38 sts, K 3 rows, P 1 row, K 1 row for 6 rows, K 4 rows. P 1 row, K 1 row for 2 inches, *inc 1 st at each end, work 1 inch even, repeat from *until piece measures 12 inches

(Continued on page 31)


[Pg 20]

Swiss Shalet

No. 813

A practical coat crocheted in an Afghan stitch that will survive many seasons of wear. The Peter Pan collar preserves that "Little Girl" look, while the wooden buttons impart a note of sweet sophistication.

No. 813

CROCHETED COAT AND HAT IN "MORNING GLORY BLUE"

8 to 10 years

1 Afghan Hook, Size 4 or 5, 14 inch.

MaterialKnitting Worsted. Coat—5 four ounce skeins. Hat—-2 ounces. 6 buttons.

Gauge5 sts to 1 inch. 4 rows 1 inch.

COAT

Back—Chain 102 sts (to measure 23 inches) for bottom of coat, (108 sts, size 10). Row 1—Skip 1 ch, *draw up a loop in next ch; repeat from *across foundation ch (102 loops on hook). Wrap, draw thru 1 loop, *wrap, draw thru 2 loops; repeat from *across row. This completes first row. Row 2—*Bring yarn to front of work, insert hook under vertical loop, hold yarn with left thumb on right side of work, draw up a loop; repeat from *across row (102 loops). Always wrap and take off the loops same as first row to complete row. Repeat row 2 for border until border measures 1 inch. Remainder of back is worked in plain afghan st. Row 1—Insert needle in 2nd vertical loop, draw up all vertical loops across row. Row 2—Wrap, draw thru 1 loop, *wrap, draw thru 2 loops; repeat from *across row. Repeat these 2 rows for 2 inches. Make first dec as follows: Draw 1 loop thru first 2 vertical loops (a dec). Draw up 30 loops, make another dec in same manner, draw up 33 loops, make a dec, draw up 30 loops, dec last 2 loops. (98 loops). *Work 1 inch even. Dec 4 more loops in same manner having decreases come directly above those on previous decreases. Repeat from *8 more times (62 sts, 12 inches). Work 4 inches even (5 inches, size 10). Now inc 1 st at beg and end of next row as follows: *Y O hook (inc) work across row to within last loop, Y O hook (inc) pick up last st. Work 1 inch even, repeat from[Pg 21] *2 more times. Work 1 inch even (20 inches, 68 sts), or desired length to underarm. Sl st over 4 loops for underarm. Work across row to within 4 loops. Now dec 1 st at beg and end of each row, 3 times (54 sts). Work even until armhole measures 6 inches measuring straight up from 4 slip sts. *Sl st over 4 sts, work across row to within 4 loops, repeat from *3 more times. Sl st remaining 22 sts for back of neck.

Front—Chain 50 sts to measure 11 inches (53 sts, size 10). Work 1 inch of border same as back. Work in plain afghan st for 2 inches. On next row make a dec as follows: Make a dec, draw up 24 loops, make another dec, draw up 21 loops. Work 1 inch even. Dec 2 sts every inch 9 more times (30 sts, 12 inches). Work 4 inches even. Now inc 1 st at seam end every inch, 3 times. Work 2 inches even, or desired length to underarm. Sl st over 4 loops, work across row, work back. Dec same as for back until you have 9 sts off altogether. Work 4 inches even from armhole. Pick up 10 loops make a dec (pick up 2 loops tog), pick up 12 loops, work back. Work 3 rows even, pick up 9 loops, make a dec, pick up 9 loops, skip last loop for neck edge. Continue to skip last st at neck edge every row, until 19 loops remain. Slip over 4 sts at beg of the next 4 rows for shoulder, and continue to slip last st at neck edge, slip st over last 4 sts. Work other side to correspond.

Sleeves—Ch 34 sts, to measure 6 inches (38 sts, size 10). Work border for 1 inch. Work in plain afghan st for 2 inches. Inc 1 st at each end every inch until sleeve measures 11 inches, 52 sts. Work 1 inch even or desired length to underarm. Sl st over 3 loops, work across row to within 3 loops, work back. Sl st over 2 loops, work across row to within 2 loops, work back. *Work 1 row even. Sl st over 1 loop, work row to within 1 loop, work back, repeat from *until 22 loops remain, bind off.

Bands at Front—Starting at neck edge on left front (work border same as border on bottom), *pick up 10 sts (1 st in each row) now inc 1 st by picking up 1 st between next row, repeat from *for (112 sts) or complete length of coat, for 5 rows. On right front starting at bottom, work 2 rows even make buttonholes on next row as follows: pick up 56 loops, *sl st over 2 loops, pick up 8 loops, repeat from *to end of row. Work back chaining 2 sts over those bound off. Work 2 more rows. Sl sts off on 5th row.

Collar—Ch 49, work in afghan st always working first and last 3 sts in border st same as bottom of coat. On next row, pick up 3 loops *inc, pick up 7 loops, repeat from *5 more times, inc, pick up last 3 loops. Continue to inc inside of borders every row and above previous increases every other row, thruout collar, until you have 10 rows. Work 3 rows even in border st, bind off on 3rd row. S c up front of collar.

Sew up seams at underarm and sleeve seams. Sew shoulder seams and insert sleeves into armholes making 2 small pleats on top of sleeve. Sew on collar starting after border and ending before border. Sew on buttons.

HAT

Piece at back—Ch 26 sts. Row 1—Skip 1 ch, *draw up a loop in next ch; repeat from *across foundation ch (26 loops on hook). Wrap, draw thru 1 loop, *wrap, draw thru 2 loops; repeat from *across row. This completes first row. Work 2 more rows in same manner. Row 4—Make a dec as follows: Draw 1 loop thru first 2 vertical loops (a dec) draw up each loop across row, dec last 2 loops. Repeat these 4 rows 5 more times (14 loops on needle). Work 4 more rows, decreasing 1 st at beg and end of every row. *Pick up 1 loop, sl st, repeat from *until all loops are off. Break thread, ch 10, draw up a loop in each ch (10 loops on hook). Complete row. Work 2 more rows. Row 4—Inc 1 st at beg of next row as follows: Y O hook (an inc); pick up each loop across row to within last loop, wrap (an inc), pick up last loop. Repeat these 4 rows, until you have 26 loops. Work even on 26 loops until piece measures 12 inches. Now dec 1 loop on each end. Continue to dec 1 loop on each end every 4th row, until you have 10 loops. Work 3 rows even. Sew these ends tog. Fold back piece in half, mark the center of wide end. Fold long piece in half, mark center. Have markers meet and sew tog. Tack grosgrain ribbon around to fit headsize and make small tailored bow with 2 inch streamers.


Linda

(Continued from page 11)

armholes with seams meeting at underarm. Sew on buttons.

Collar—Holding wrong side toward you, skip 3 sts, pick up 47 sts to within last 3 sts. K first 3 sts, P to within last 3 sts, K 3 sts. On next row, inc in every 4th st across row. Work inch even. Inc in every 5th st across. Work inch even. Inc in every 6th st. Work 5 rows in garter st, bind off on wrong side. Sew pockets and embroider as shown on illustration.

BONNET

Crown—Ch 3, join, work 7 s c in ring, work 2 s c in each st until there are 24 sts around. Now inc 1 st in every 5th st, until there are 50 sts around, then every 15th st until there are 100 sts. Work even until crown measures 5 inches from center to edge. Dec 3 sts to each rnd but do not have decreases over those on previous rows, until crown measures 5 inches from center to edge or desired headsize. Ch 1, turn, work 1 row of s c around bonnet to within 20 sts at beg of row. *Ch 1, turn, work 1 row of s c in each st across row to within ch 1, at beg of row, repeat from *6 more times. On next row, sew cord at beg of row, *s c over cord increasing every 4th st. Adjust cord at end of each row, ch 1, turn, repeat from *for 1 more row. On next 2 rows inc in every 12th st. On next 2 rows inc in every 20th st. On last 2 rows, work even. Cut cord and sew. Work 1 row of s c over ends of brim and back of cap. Block lightly. Embroider flowers on grosgrain ribbon and sew on sides and front of brim. Sew grosgrain ribbon in same manner on back of brim. Turn back 5 rows without cord and attach bows on each side as shown on illustration.


A Sailor's Sweetheart

(Continued from page 16)

rows of s c of red on pocket, 2 rows of white, sew ends.

Collar—Ch 49 sts, work 1 s c in 2nd ch from hook, s c in each ch across row. Work in pattern for 3 inches. Work over 12 sts. Dec 1 st (by not working in last st) at end of every s c row on outer edge of collar until you have 2 sts. Work other side of collar to correspond. Work 1 row of s c around outside edge of collar, increasing 2 sts in each corner. Work 2 rows of blue, 2 rows of red. Sew to jacket.


[Pg 22]

Colleen

No. 814

JERKIN, SOCKS AND BEANIE IN RED SPORTS YARN

Size 12

Needles1 pair American Standard No. 4.

MaterialKashmir Sports—4 two ounce balls. Beanie—one ounce. 7 buttons.

Gauge7 sts to 1 inch.

JERKIN

Back—Starting at bottom, cast on 104 sts, *K 2, P 4, repeat from *across, ending row with K 2. Next row, right side, K back. *Repeat these 2 rows for 1 inch. Dec 1 st at each end, repeat from *5 times, 6 inches (92 sts). Work 2 inches even. *Inc 1 st at each end, work 1 inch even, repeat from *for 5 times, 13 inches, 104 sts. Work inch even. Bind off 7 sts at beg of the next 2 rows for underarm (90 sts). K 2 sts tog at beg of the next 12 rows (78 sts). Work even until armhole measures 8 inches, measuring straight up from where the 7 sts were bound off. On next K row, K 13 sts, K 1, P 1 ribbing to within last 13 sts. Bind off 5 sts at beg of the next 8 rows, continue to follow K 1, P 1 sts for back of neck, bind off remaining 38 sts.

Front—Work same as for back until piece measures 5 inches (having decreases and increases same on sides as back). On next row on right side, K 3, K 1, P 1 for 30 sts (border for pocket), K 28, P 1, K 1, for 30 sts (border for pocket), K 3. Follow pattern across row and, K 1, P 1, for pocket borders, for 1 inch. On next row, follow pattern to pocket borders, bind off K 1, P 1 borders, loosely in K 1, P 1.

Pockets—Cast on 30 sts. K 2, P 4 across row, ending P 4. K back. Continue pattern for 5 inches, put sts on st holder. Make another pocket with K 2 border, on opposite edge. Put on st holder also. On wrong side, follow pattern for 2 sts, insert 30 sts for pocket (following pattern), continue across row, inserting 2nd pocket. Continue same as for back, until piece measures 3 inches above armhole. Now work in pattern on first 13 sts for 5 inches, bind off 5 sts at armhole edge, 2 times, then bind off 3 remaining sts. Work last 13 sts in same manner.

Band at neck—Holding right side of work toward you, pick up 55 sts along left side of neck, K across 52 sts (center front), pick up 55 sts along right side. K 1, P 1, decreasing 2 sts at each corner, every row (always have decreases over previous decreases). On 4th row, inc 1 st at beg and end of row. When border measures 1 inch, bind off in K 1, P 1. Sew shoulder seams. Pick up 116 sts around armholes, K 1, P 1 for 1 inch, bind off K 1, P 1. Sew up right side seams. On left front, pick up 122 sts, K 1, P 1 for 3 rows. On next row, K 8, *bind off 4 sts for buttonhole, K 13, repeat from *5 times, bind off 4 for buttonhole, K 8. On next row, cast on 4 sts over those bound off. Work 4 more rows, bind off K 1, P 1 loosely. Work left back to correspond omitting buttonholes. Work 1 row of s c around bottom or turn under inch. Sew pockets; do not have sts showing on right side. Sew on buttons.

BEANIE

With No. 4 needles, cast on 8 sts, P back. Row 2—Inc in each st (16 sts), P back. Row 4—*Inc 1 st, K 1 st, repeat from *across row (24 sts). P back. Row 6—*Inc 1 st, K 2 sts, repeat from *across row. Continue in this manner, having 1 more st between each increase, until you have 18 sts between each increase. K 1 row, P 1 row without increasing, for 6 rows. Now decrease in same manner as you increased. *K 2 sts tog, K 18, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row, P back. Decrease in this manner having 1 st less between each decrease for 5 more K rows. K 1 row on purled side (hem), then K 1 row, P 1 row for inch, bind off loosely. Turn back inch hem and sew.

SOCKS—No. 814

Needles1 set No. 12 steel.

MaterialKashmir Sports—4 ounces.

Gauge9 sts to 1 inch. Size 9.

Cast on 84 sts (30-30-24), K 1, P 1 for 1 inches. K in pattern (K 4, P 2 for 1 rnd. K next rnd), until work measures 6 inches from beg. K first 2 sts of first needle on 3rd needle. Dec 1 st at beg of first needle and 1 st at end of 3rd needle. Continue decreasing in this manner every inch, 8 more times (66 sts). K even until work measures 11 inches from beg or desired length.

Heel—K 15, slip last 15 sts of rnd on same needle (30 sts). Divide remaining sts evenly on 2 needles for instep. Work 2 inches in stockinette st (K) on 30 heel sts, knitting the first and last st of every row, end with purled row.

To shape Heel—K 19, sl 1 st, K 1, p.s.s.o., turn, P 9, P 2 tog, turn. *K 9, sl 1 st, K 1, p.s.s.o., turn, P 9, P 2 tog, turn. Repeat from *until all sts are worked. K back 5 sts, this completes heel. Slip all instep sts on 1 needle. With another needle, K remaining 5 heel sts and pick up 16 sts along side of heel. With another needle, pick up 16 sts along other side of heel and K 5 remaining heel sts. Work 1 rnd even, keeping instep sts in pattern.

Instep—First needle: K to last 3 sts. K 2 tog, K 1. 2nd needle, work in pattern. 3rd needle, K 1, P 2 tog thru back of sts. K to end of needle. K 3 rnds even. Continue to dec in this manner every 4th rnd 3 more times (17 sts remaining on each of the first and 3rd needles). Continue to work even until foot measures 5 inches from where sts were picked up at heel.

To shape Toe—First rnd: (K 8, K 2 tog) 7 times. K 2 rnds even. 4th rnd: (K 7, K 2 tog) 7 times; continue decreasing 7 sts every 3rd rnd in above manner, until there are 14 sts remaining, break thread, draw thru remaining sts, fasten securely. Weave elastic thread into wrong side of cuff with a tapestry needle.

[Pg 23]

No. 814

A neat combination that can be worn for either sports or school. The Jerkin has a square neckline that is different and the stitch of the Jerkin is repeated in the socks. Notice the buttons on the sides of the Jerkin.

Detailed illustration of Socks on Page 27.
Directions on opposite page.


[Pg 24]

Spiral Socks and Slip-Over

No. 815

Size 10

Needles1 Pair American Standard No. 2 and No. 3.

MaterialKashmir Sports—4 two ounce balls.

Gauge7 sts to 1 inch—Waist 24 inches—Chest 26 inches.

No. 815

This stocking is knit spirally and regardless which way you pull on the stocking you automatically get a heel and toe—so you see—mothers, this is a boon to leisure moments when you ordinarily would be darning. You will notice that the spiral stitch is repeated diagonally in the sweater and is very smart—especially for the young fellows who want to make That Impression.

SLIP-OVER

Back—With No. 2 needles, cast on 84 sts, K 2, P 2 ribbing for 3 inches. Change to No. 3 needles. Row 1—K 1 (K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 2 (P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 1.

Row 2—K 1 (P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 2, (K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 1.

Row 3—Same as Row 1.

Row 4—Same as Row 2.

Row 5—(K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 4 (P 4, K 4, 5 times).

Row 6—(P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 4 (K 4, P 4, 5 times).

Row 7—Same as Row 5.

Row 8—Same as Row 6.

Row 9—K 3, P 4 (K 4, P 4, 4 times), K 6 (P 4, K 4, 4 times), P 4, K 3.

Row 10—P 3, K 4 (P 4, K 4, 4 times), P 6 (K 4, P 4, 4 times), K 4, P 3.

Row 11—Same as Row 9; increasing in first and last st.

Row 12—(P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 6 (K 4, P 4, 5 times).

Row 13—K 3, P 4 (K 4, P 4, 4 times), K 8, (P 4, K 4, 4 times), P 4, K 3.

Row 14—P 3, K 4 (P 4, K 4, 4 times), P 8, (K 4, P 4, 4 times), K 4, P 3.

Row 15—Same as Row 13.

Row 16—Same as Row 14.

Row 17—K 2, P 4 (K 4, P 4, 4 times), K 10 (P 4, K 4, 4 times), P 4, K 2.

Row 18—P 2, K 4 (P 4, K 4, 4 times), P 10 (K 4, P 4, 4 times), K 4, P 2.

[Pg 25]

Row 19—Same as Row 17.

Row 20—Same as Row 18.

Row 21—Inc first st (P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 1, K 2, P 1 (K 4, P 4, 5 times), inc last st.

Row 22—P 2 (K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 1, P 2, K 1 (P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 2.

Row 23—K 2 (P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 1, K 2, P 1 (K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 2.

Row 24—Same as Row 22.

Row 25—K 1 (P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 2, K 2, P 2 (K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 1.

Row 26—P 1 (K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 2, P 2, K 2 (P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 1.

Row 27—Same as Row 25.

Row 28—Same as Row 26.

Row 29—(P 4, K 4, 5 times), P 3, K 2, P 3 (K 4, P 4, 5 times).

Row 30—(K 4, P 4, 5 times), K 3, P 2, K 3 (P 4, K 4, 5 times).

Row 31—Same as Row 29.

Row 32—Same as Row 30.

Continue moving pattern over 1 st every 4 rows in above manner always working 2 stockinette sts in center of piece and increasing 1 st at each end every inch until you have 92 sts. Continue even until work measures 10 inches from beginning. Bind off 5 sts at beg of the next 2 rows. Dec 1 st at beg of the next 8 rows, (74 sts). Work even until armhole measures 7 inches measuring straight up from where the 5 sts were bound off. Work in pattern for 21 sts, bind off 32 sts, work remaining 21 sts. Bind off 7 sts at beg of shoulder edge, 3 times. Work other shoulder to correspond, joining yarn at inside of neck.

Front—Work same as for back until piece measures 13 inches from beginning (3 inches above armhole). Work 32 sts in pattern, Bind off 10 sts for neck. Work 32 sts, K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until 21 sts remain. Work even until armhole measures 7 inches, measuring from 5 bound off sts. Bind off 7 sts at beg of shoulder, 3 times. Work other shoulder to correspond.

Sleeves—With No. 2 needles, cast on 60 sts, K 2, P 2 for 3 inches. Change to No. 3 needles and work in pattern, working first row as follows: K 1, P 4 (K 4, P 4, 3 times), K 2 (P 4, K 4, 3 times), P 4, K 1. Continue in pattern increasing 1 st on each end every inches until piece measures 15 inches, 90 sts or desired length to underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Bind off 2 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Now dec 1 st at beg of every row until 40 sts remain, bind off.

Band at neck—Front—With No. 2 needles, holding right side toward you, pick up 76 sts across front, K 2, P 2 for 1 inch. Bind off loosely in K 2, P 2.

Band at back—Pick up 40 sts K 2, P 2 for 1 inch. Sew shoulder seams and band at neck. Sew seams at underarm. Insert sleeves into armholes, having seams meet.

SOCKS

Spiral ribbed socks, without heels.

No. 815

Needles1 set No. 12 steel.

MaterialHeather sports yarn—4 ounces. Red, Yellow and Royal blue 1/8 ounce each. 1 spool elastic thread.

Gauge9 sts to 1 inch.

With heather cast on 72 sts (24 sts on each of 3 needles). Work in ribbing (K 2, P 2) for 8 rnds. Attach yellow yarn and K 1 rnd, K 2, P 2 for 1 rnd. With heather, K 1 rnd K 2, P 2 for 2 rnds. With red, K 1 rnd, K 2, P 2 for 2 rnds. With heather, K 1 rnd, K 2, P 2 for 2 rnds. With royal blue, K 1 rnd, K 2, P 2 for 5 rnds. With heather K 1 rnd, K 2, P 2 for 2 rnds. With red, K 1 rnd; K 2, P 2 for 2 rnds. With heather K 1 rnd, K 2, P 2, for 2 rnds. With yellow K 1 rnd; K 2, P 2 for 1 rnd. With heather K 1 rnd; K 2, P 2 for 13 rnds. Join elastic thread, K 1 rnd; *K 4, P 4 for 3 rnds. 4th rnd, K 4, P 4 to last st. Put this st on next needle. 5th rnd (first needle) K 4, P 4 to last st. Put this st on next needle. (2nd needle), same as first needle. (3rd needle), K 4, P 4 to end. This moves pattern over forming a spiral. Repeat from *, until work measures 22 inches from beginning, or desired length; after 2 patterns have been completed with elastic thread, continue with yarn for 2 patterns, then work 2 more patterns with elastic. Join yarn and complete.

Toe—P 7, P 2 tog for 1 rnd. P 2 rnds even. P 6, P 2 tog for 1 rnd. P 2 rnds even. Continue decreasing in this manner, purling 2 rnds even after every decrease rnd, 5 times more. Break thread and run through remaining sts. Fasten off.


Land of Nod

(Continued from page 12)

MITTS

Cast 10 sts on first needle, 10 sts on 2nd needle, 10 sts on 3rd needle, with 4th needle K 1, P 1 for 6 rows. *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *for 1 round. K 1, P 1 for 6 rows. Remainder of mitten is K. Inc 1 st on each needle 33 sts. Work 2 inches even. (2 inches, size 1). *K 3, K 2 tog, repeat from *for 1 round. Work 4 rows even. *K 2, K 2 tog, repeat from *for 1 round. *Work 1 round even. K 1, K 2 tog, repeat from *until 10 sts remain. Weave sts tog or bind off, fold and sew. Ch 80 sts, tape thru beading of cuff. Put ends of ch thru cuff of sweater and tie.

SHOES

Cast on 8 sts, K back. K 3, inc in each of the next 2 sts, K 3. K 2 rows. K 4, inc in each of the next 2 sts, K 4. K 2 rows. Continue in this manner, until you have 24 sts. K 9, Y O, K 2 tog, K 3, Y O, K 2 tog, K 8. K 4 rows. K 8, put on st holder, bind off 8, K 8. K back on 8 sts, cast on 4, K back. On next row, *K 7, Y O, K 2 tog, K 3. K 3 rows, repeat from *5 times, put on st holder. Work other side to correspond. Pick up 60 sts. *P back. K next row and dec 1 st at beg and end and 3 sts in center, spaced at equal distances apart, repeat from *2 times. Weave these sts tog or bind off and sew. Weave back sts tog or bind off and sew. Ch 80 sts, tape thru beading.

CARRIAGE ROBE

24 inches width.

32 inches length.

Gauge5 sts to 1 inch.

PatternMultiple of 11, plus 10 sts.

With No. 5 needles, cast on 142 sts, *K 10, sl 1 st, repeat from *across row, end row with K 10. Next row, P back, purling the sl st. Repeat these 2 rows for 32 inches. With Angora or contrasting shade of yarn, embroider as follows: Insert needle from wrong side to right side, on left side at the sl st. *Skip 1 sl st, insert needle from right to left, thru next sl st, repeat from *to length of robe. Do not break thread, insert needle from right to left working from bottom to top (Making an X). Work 3 rows of s c around robe, working 3 sts in corners.


[Pg 26]

QUEEN OF HEARTS

No. 816

The answer to any problem that would arise in regard to a skating costume. The very essence of smartness that may be used as a Spring, Fall or Winter ensemble. Jacket, by the way, closes with a Zipper, and the heart motif is repeated on cap, jacket and mitts.

No. 816

SIX PIECE ENSEMBLE IN "RED AND WHITE"

Size 10 to 12 years

Needles1 pair bone needles, size 3. 1 Circular needle size 3, 24-inch.

MaterialCashmere Sports Yarn. Jacket—5 two ounce balls White. Skirt—4 two ounce balls Red. Cap—1 two ounce ball White.

Gauge7 sts to 1 inch.

JACKET

Back—Cast on 92 sts (96 sts, size 12). K 1 row, P 1 row for inch. P 1 row on K side, to turn for hem. Continue to K 1 row, P 1 row, until work measures 1 inches from start. Dec 1 st on each side (90 sts). *Work 1 inch even, dec 1 st on each side, repeat from *once (86 sts). Work 2 inches even. Now inc 1 st on each side. *Work 1 inch even, inc 1 st on each side, repeat from *until piece measures 9 inches from start (96 sts). Work 1 inch even (2 inches, size 12). Bind off 3 sts on each side for underarm, then K 2 sts tog at beg of the next 8 rows (82 sts). Work even for 6 inches (6 size 12) measuring straight up from where the 3 sts were bound off. Bind off 5 sts at beg of next 10 rows, bind off remaining 32 sts for back of neck.

Front—Cast on 3 sts, P back. Inc in each st, P back. Inc in first and last 2 sts in every K row, until you have 28 sts. Cast on 5 sts at beg of the next 2 rows (38 sts). On next K row, cast on 10 sts (place marker), this will be seam end. K 1 row, P 1 row for 1 inch. *Dec 1 st at seam end, work 1 inch even, repeat from *once. Work 2 inches even. *Now inc 1 st on seam end. Work 1 inch even, repeat from *until piece measures 9 inches from marker (50 sts). Work 1 inch even. Bind off 4 sts at seam end for underarm,[Pg 27] then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at underarm, 5 times (41 sts). Work even for 4 inches (4 size 12). Bind off 6 sts at neck edge, then K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until 28 sts remain. Bind off 5 sts at beg of every row that begins at shoulder and continue to K 2 sts tog at neck edge, until all sts are bound off.

Sleeves—Cast on 56 sts, P 1 row, K 1 row for inches. P 1 row on K side (to turn for Hem), continue to K 1 row, P 1 row for 2 inches. *Inc 1 st at each end. Work 1 inch even, repeat from *, until sleeve measures 15 inches (86 sts), work inch even or desired length to underarm. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then 2 sts at beg of the next 2 rows. K 2 sts tog at beg and end of every K row, until you have 44 sts, bind off. On fronts at bottom, pick up 48 sts on right side, P 1 row, K 1 row, decreasing 1 st on K rows at point, for 6 rows, bind off.

Collar—Holding wrong side toward you, pick up 72 sts, cast on 4 sts at beg of next 2 rows for hem. K 4, P across to within last 4 sts, K 4. K 1 row, P 1 row for 2 rows. *K 5, inc 1 st, repeat from *across row, work 3 rows even. *K 6, inc 1 st, repeat from *across row, work 3 rows even. *K 7, inc 1 st, repeat from *across row, work 3 rows even.

*K 8, inc 1 st, repeat from *across row. Work 6 rows even. Bind off 8 sts, P 1 row on K side. Bind off 8 sts at beg of next row, P 1 row, K 1 row for 4 more rows, bind off loosely.

Finishing—Sew up seams at underarm and sleeve seams, insert sleeves into arm holes, having seams meet at underarm. Turn under hems and sew. Work 1 row of s c up each side at fronts.

Heart—With red yarn, cast on 2 sts, P back. K next row, increasing in each st. P back (when increasing, inc on 2nd st from ends). Inc at beg and end of every row until you have 20 sts. Inc at beg and end of K rows only until you have 24 sts. Work 4 rows even. Now dec 2 sts on every K row same as you increased, until you have 20 sts. P back. K over 10 sts, P back. Now K 2 tog every K row at beg and end until you have 4 sts, bind off. Work other 10 sts to correspond. Work 1 row of s c around heart, pin heart into shape desired, block and sew on jacket as shown on illustration.

SKIRT

With No. 3 circular needle, cast on 480 sts. Join being careful not to twist sts. K 1 row, P 1 row, for 6 rows for border (3 ribs). *P 2, K 78, repeat from *for 1 rnd. K next rnd. Repeat these 2 rnds for 1 inch. On next rnd, make a decreased row as follows: *P 2, K 2 sts, K 2 tog, K 70, K 2 tog, K 2, repeat from *for 1 rnd (468 sts). Work in pattern for 1 inch. Make another decreased rnd as follows: *P 2, K 2 sts, K 2 tog, K 33, K 2 tog, K 33, K 2 tog, K 2, repeat from *for 1 rnd (450 sts). Work in pattern for 1 inch. Continue to dec 18 sts (3 sts in each gore, 1 dec on each side of gore, on 3rd and 4th sts, 1 st in center of each gore), until skirt measures 17 inches, 180 sts, (26 waist). Work inch even. Now dec 12 sts to the rnd, omitting center decreases 168 sts (24 waist). Work inch even or desired length to waist line. P 1 row, K inch even, bind off loosely. Insert elastic and turn for hem.

CAP

Side of Cap—With No. 3 needle, cast on 28 sts, *K 1 row. On next row, K 4, (border), P back, repeat from *for 1 inch. Now inc 1 st at end of next row and continue to K 4 on purled rows for border. Work 1 inch even. Inc 1 st every inch on same side, until you have 35 sts, 7 inches. Work 2 inches even. Now dec 1 st every inch same as you increased, 28 sts, work 1 inch even, bind off.

Back of Cap—Cast on 24 sts, *K 1 row, P 1 row for 3 rows, inc 1 st at beg and end of next row, repeat from *until you have 36 sts, 3 inches. Work inch even, now dec 1 st on each end and dec 1 st on each end every 4th row, until you have 28 sts, P 1 row, K 1 row, bind off.

(Continued on page 31)


[Pg 28]

Aloha

No. 817

The young lady who has a "Know" in style will immediately sense the style value of this swagger-style coat. The patch pockets relieve the plain front and give it an air of distinction. Notice particularly the herring-bone stitch giving the garment the Tailored effect. The coat can be finished with machine stitching—or by hand. The accompanying beret is finished in Red, White and Blue Ribbon. Notice too the emblem on the beret.

No. 817

HERRINGBONE COAT AND HAT IN "SHARK BLUE"

Size 12

Needles1 Pair American Standard No. 4.

MaterialHeather Knitting Worsted. Coat—6 four ounce skeins. Hat—1 four ounce skein.

Gauge2 Patterns to 3 inches, (Coat); 5 sts to 1 inch, (Hat).

Pattern StitchMultiple of 9, plus 1 St.

Bust Measure30 inches.

SWATCH

Swatch—Cast on 19 sts, Row 1, P. Row 2—-K 4 sts, *inc in next st by knitting 1 st in next st of row below in back, then K the next st, K 3 sts, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *across row, ending with K 2 tog. Row 3—P. Row 4—*K 2 sts tog, K 3 sts, inc 1 st (same as Row 2), K 3 sts, repeat from *across row, ending K 4.

COAT

Right Half of Back—Cast on 64 sts, P back. Row 2—K 4, *inc 1 st (same as swatch) K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *across row, ending with K 2 tog, P back. Row 4—*K 2 tog, K 3, inc 1 st, K 3, repeat from *ending with K 4. Repeat these 4 rows for 3 inches (Place marker for side seam). Make first dec (on side seam), on 2nd row of pattern as follows: K 2 tog, K 2, *inc 1 st, K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *across row, ending with K 2 tog, P back. (Always dec on 2nd row of pattern when decreasing thruout coat). Next row, K 2 tog, K 2, *inc 1 st, K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *across row, ending with K 4. P back. *K 3, inc 1 st, K 3, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row ending with K 2 tog. P back. Repeat last 4 rows for 2 inches. 2nd dec: K 2 tog K 1, *inc 1 st, K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *across row, ending with K 2 tog. On next Purled row make a dec at center seam, P 2 tog, continue purling across. K 2 tog, K 1, *inc 1 st, K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *ending with K 3, P back. K 2, *inc 1[Pg 29] st, K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *across row, ending with K 2, K 2 tog, P back. Repeat these last 4 rows, for 2 inches. Make another dec on seam end, K 2 tog, *inc 1 st, K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *ending with K 2, K 2 tog, P back. K 2 tog, *inc 1 st, K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, repeat from *ending with K 3, P back. K 1, inc 1 st, *K 3, K 2 tog, K 3, inc 1 st, repeat from *ending with K 2, K 2 tog, P back. Repeat these last 4 rows for 2 inches. Dec in this manner, Knitting 2 sts tog at side seam, every 2 inches, and P 2 tog at center seam every 4 inches, until piece measures 27 inches from bottom. Work even for 2 inches or desired length to underarm (45 sts). Bind off 4 sts at beg of next row at underarm, K 2 sts tog at beg of the next 4 rows at underarm (37 sts). Work even for 6 inches. Bind off 6 sts at beg of the next 4 rows, bind off remaining 13 sts for neckline. Work other half of back to correspond.

Left Front—Cast on 82 sts, work in pattern same as for back for 3 inches. Now dec 1 st at seam end. Work 2 inches even. Make a dec at seam end every 2 inches until piece measures 27 inches, meanwhile dec 1 st at front edge every 4 inches (63 sts). Work even to underarm 29 inches or desired length to underarm. Bind off 5 sts at beginning of the next row at underarm. Continue to K 2 sts tog at underarm until you have 53 sts. Work even at underarm and dec every 2 inches at front edge, until piece measures 4 inches above the 5 bound off sts (51 sts). Bind off 15 sts at beg of next row at neck edge. Now K 2 sts tog at beg and end of every row at neck edge, until 30 sts remain. Bind off 6 sts at beg of the next 4 rows at armhole and continue to dec at neck edge, in same manner. Work right front to correspond, until you have 20 inches from bottom. K 8 sts, bind off 5 sts for buttonhole continue pattern across row, P back and cast on 5 sts over those bound off. Continue same as left front working buttonholes 4 inches apart.

Sleeves—Cast on 55 sts, work in pattern for 1 inches. Now inc 1 st at each end. Continue to inc 1 st at each end every 1 inches, until sleeve measures 16 inches (77 sts). Work even until sleeve measures 18 inches or desired length to underarm. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 2 rows. Bind off 2 sts, at beg of the next 2 rows (65 sts). Now K 2 sts tog at beg and end of every K row, until 33 sts remain, bind off.

Collar—Cast on 70 sts, P back. K next row, increasing 1 st at beg and end (Inc 1 st at beg and end of every other K row thruout collar). K 1 row, P 1 row for 5 rows. On next row, inc in every 6th st across row. Work 5 rows even, make another inc in same manner 2 more times, having increases come directly above those of previous increases. K 1 row, P 1 row, bind off 8 sts, K across on P side (hem line). Then bind off 8 sts, K across. P 1 row, K 1 row for 3 more rows, bind off loosely.

Pockets—Cast on 19 sts. Work in pattern for 4 rows. Cast on 9 sts. Work back. Cast on 9 more sts. Work in pattern for 5 inches. Bind off 9 sts at beg of the next 2 rows. Work even on 19 sts for 4 rows, bind off.

Block all pieces before hemming. Sew backs tog. Sew fronts to side seams of back. Sew shoulder seams. Sew inch hem on fronts, bottom of coat and sleeves. Sew hem in collar and pockets. Sew pocket to coat as shown on illustration. Sew collar to neck edge about 1 inch from fronts after hem on fronts. Sew sleeve seams and insert into armhole having two small inverted pleats at top of sleeve. Sew on buttons. Insert shoulder pads.

HAT

Ch 4, join, work 7 s c in ring, 2 s c in each st, until you have 28 sts around. Now inc in every 5th st, until you have 60 sts around, then in every 15th st, until there are 100 sts around. Inc in every 20th, until there are 160 sts around. Work 2 rnds even, break thread. This will be center back. Count 48 sts on each side of center back, place 2 markers, holding right side toward you, s c from marker to marker, break thread. 2nd short row: Count 45 sts from center back and s c to within 45 sts from center back on other side, decreasing 3 sts spaced at equal distances apart. Work 10 more short rows in same manner as 2nd row (working 3 sts more on each side toward center back). Work 7 more rows in same manner, decreasing 5 sts to the rnd. Work 7 rows even or dec to fit headsize. Tack grosgrain ribbon around band, sew on emblem.


Baby's Three-Piece Set

(Continued from page 6)

Work 2 rows of blue. Sl st at end of last row, Ch 1.

Scallops—With blue, *skip 2 s c, work 6 d c in next st, skip 2 s c, s c in next st, repeat from *around row. With Pink, *ch 1, loosely, sl st into next st, repeat from *around row, break thread.

Cord—With 1 strand of pink and blue, make a ch 22 inches in length, tape thru beading. Make a ch 9 inches long tape thru end of yoke.

CAP

Ch 3, join, work 7 s c in ring, then work 2 s c in each st, until there are 24 sts around. Inc in every 5th st, until there are 45 sts around. Now inc in every 10th st, until there are 73 sts around, sl st in next st. To start pattern: Row 1—Ch 4, *skip 1 s c, work 5 d c in next st, skip 2 s c, d c in next st, d c in last st just skipped (making an X pattern), repeat from *around row ending with 1 d c in same st at beg of ch 3, join in 3rd st of ch at beg of row. (15 shell, 15 X patterns). Sl st over 3 sts of first shell at beg of row, ch 4. Row 2—*Work 5 d c between X of row below, 1 d c between 3rd and 4th d c of next shell, 1 d c between 2nd and 3rd d c of same shell (making an X), repeat from *around row, ending with 1 d c in same st at beg of row. Sl st in 3rd ch at beg of row, sl st over 3 d c, ch 4. Row 3—Work 5 d c in center of X pattern, work an X in next shell, continue around row, ending with sl st in ch 3 at beg of row, sl st over 3 d c, ch 4. Row 4—Repeat row 2. Row 5—Make an X in next shell of row below, work in pattern around row for 13 shells, 12 X patterns, end row with 1 d c in 2nd d c of next shell, ch 4, turn. Row 6—make an X pattern in first shell, continue pattern around row, ending with X pattern in last shell, make 1 d c in 3rd ch at beg of row, ch 3, turn. Work 7 more rows in this manner.

[Pg 30]

Band—Ch 1, turn, *work 1 s c in each of the first 2 sts, 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, skip 2 sts, repeat from *across row, end with 3 s c, ch 1, turn. Row 2—*1 s c in each of the first 2 sts, picking up back thread only, 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, skip 1 st, repeat from *across row, ending with 3 s c. With contrasting shade work 2 rows. Alternating 2 rows of each color once more. With 1 strand of pink, 1 strand of blue work 2 rows of s c around back of cap, skipping a few sts in each row to fit nape of neck.

Ties—At end of last row, ch 48 sts, sl st in 4th ch from hook, ch 4, sl st in same st. Make 2 more ch 4 loops, break thread, fasten thread at other side of cap and work in same manner.

BOOTIES

Instep—With Pink, ch 13, work 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 s c in next st, 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, skip 1 st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the last 3 sts. Ch 1, turn. Row 2—Work 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts (picking up back st), 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, skip 1 st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts, 2 s c in next st, 1 s c in each of the last 3 sts, do not break thread. Work 2 rows of contrasting shade, alternating 2 rows of each color, until you have 10 rows. With pink, ch 28 sts loosely and sl st to other end. S c in each st around instep and chs, for 5 rnds. Work 5 more rnds, decreasing 3 sts to each rnd, do not have decreases come over those of previous rnd, break thread and sew seam of sole. Work 2 rows of s c around top of bootie, decreasing 3 sts in each rnd, join with a sl st. Ch 4, skip 1 st, work *1 d c in next st, ch 1, repeat from * (19 d c), join with a sl st. Ch 3, skip ch 3 of row below. *Work 4 d c between next 2 d c, skip 1 d c, d c between next 2 d c, d c between last 2 d c just skipped (an X pattern), repeat from *around row, end row with 1 d c in same st as ch 3 at beg of row, sl st in 3rd ch. Sl st over 3 sts, ch 4, work 4 d c between first X pattern, make an X pattern over next shell, end row same as first row. Work 3 more rows in same manner. With blue, work scallops as follows: Sl st over 3 sts, ch 1, *work 6 d c in X pattern, s c in center of next scallop, repeat from *around bootie; sl st in same st at beg of row. With pink, *ch 1, loosely, sl st in next st, repeat from *around row. With 1 strand of pink, 1 blue, ch 74 sts, tape thru bootie and tie.


Boy Blue

(Continued from page 18)

and continue knitting 2 sts at neck edge until all sts are bound off. Work Right Front to correspond.

Sleeves—Cast on 40 sts (43 sts, size 5). *Work in pattern for inch, inc 1 st at both ends, repeat from *until sleeve measures 8 inches (60 sts) or desired length to underarm. Bind off 2 sts at beg of the next 4 rows (52 sts), then K 2 sts tog at beg and end of every 4th row, until 38 sts remain. Now K 2 tog at beg and end of every row until 34 sts remain, bind off.

Sew fronts and back together and sew up sleeve and insert into armholes having seams meet at underarm. Sew shoulder seams.

Collar—Skip 3 sts (border), on each side, with wrong side toward you, pick up 54 sts, P 1 row, K 1 row, knitting first and last 3 sts on Purled rows, for inch. Inc 1 st in every 6th st across. Work inch even. Inc in every 7th st across. Work inch even. Inc in every 8th st across. Work inch even. Work inch in garter st, bind off loosely on wrong side of collar.

Tabs on sides—Cast on 10 sts, K 1, P 1, for 4 inches. K 2 tog at beg and end of every row, until you have 2 sts, draw thru. Work 3 more pieces in same manner.

Pockets—Cast on 17 sts, *K 2, P 3, repeat from *across row, K back. Work pattern for 1 inch. K 1 row, P 1 row for 1 inches. K 2 tog at beg and end of every row, until 8 sts remain, bind off. Work 1 row of s c around edge. Sew on pockets as shown on illustration. Sew on tabs at K 1, P 1 border, tie in knots. Sew in zipper.

SLIP-ON

Back—Cast on 83 sts, (86 sts, size 5). Row 1—*P 3, K 2, repeat from *across row, ending with P 3. Row 2—K back (right side), repeat these 2 rows for 2 inches. K 1 row, P 1 row, for 7 inches, from start. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, for underarm, then K 2 sts tog at beg of the next 6 rows at underarm (71 sts). Work even until armhole measures 4 inches, measuring straight up from where the 3 sts were bound off. K 19, bind off 33 K 19. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 4 rows at shoulder edge and K 2 tog at neck edge, until all sts are bound off. Work other shoulder to correspond.

Front—Work same as back until piece measures 2 inches above underarm, K 28 sts, bind off center 15, K 28, P back on 28 sts, K 2 sts tog at beg of every row at neck edge, until 19 sts remain. Bind off 4 sts at beg of the next 4 rows that beg at shoulder and continue to K 2 tog at neck edge, until all sts are bound off. Work other side to correspond.

Front band at neck—On right side, pick up 63 sts, P 3, K 2 across, ending with P 3, K back. Repeat these 2 rows for inch.

Back band at neck—Pick up 43 sts. Work same as front.

Sew shoulder seams and pick up 56 sts for sleeves, starting after 6 bound off sts to within 6 bound off sts at end of armhole. Pick up 2 sts at beg of every row, until you have 68 sts. *Work 3 rows even. On next K row, dec 1 st at each end, repeat from *until sleeve measures 3 inches, 56 sts. Dec 6 sts across row. Now work in pattern for inch, bind off. Sew up seams at underarm and sleeves. Embroider anchor as shown on illustration.

PANTS

With No. 3 needles, cast on 84 sts (88 sts, size 5), K 1, P 1 ribbing for 6 rows. Next row, K 1, *Y O, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row. Continue ribbing for 6 more rows. Now shape back as follows: K 4, turn, (slip the first st when purling back), P back, K 8, turn, P back, K 12, turn, P back. Continue in this manner, working 4 more sts every K row until there are 44 sts, then P back and on 84 sts, K 1 row, turn, P 40, K 4, P 40, repeat these 2 rows for 2 inches (3 inches, size 4). Now inc 1 st at each end every 6th row, 5 times, then every 4th row 2 times, continuing to K center 4 sts to hem. (98 sts). Dec 1 st at each end every other row 7 times. Work even for 1 inch. P 1 row on K side. P 1 row, K 1 row for 6 rows, bind off loosely. Make other leg to correspond, starting shaping of back on opposite side as follows: P 4, turn, K back. P 8, turn, K back and continue in this manner until[Pg 31] there are 44 sts, then K back and continue same as other leg. Sew up seams and turn back hem. Press creases back and front.

BERET

With No. 3 needles, cast on 8 sts, P back. Row 2—Inc in each st (16 sts), P back. Row 4—*Inc 1 st, K 1 st, repeat from *across row (24 sts). P back. Row 6—*Inc 1 st, K 2 sts, repeat from *across row. Continue in this manner having 1 more st between each increase, until you have 19 sts between each increase. K 1 row, P 1 row without increasing, for 6 rows. Now dec in same manner as you increased. *K 2 sts tog, K 18, K 2 tog, repeat from *across row, P back. Dec in this manner having 1 st less between each dec for 6 more K rows. K 1 row on purled side (hem), then K 1 row, P 1 row for inch, bind off loosely. Turn back inch hem and sew. Block flat.


Majorette

(Continued from page 19)

from bottom (58 sts). Work 1 inch even. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then bind off 2 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, (48 sts). Now K 2 sts tog at beg and end of every 4th row, until 32 sts remain. Now K 2 tog at beg and end of every row until 26 sts remain, bind off.

Epaulets—Epaulets are K in garter st. Cast on 14 sts, K 1 row. Now inc 1 st at beg of every row, until you have 18 sts. Work even for 3 inches. Bind off 9 sts, K 9. K back on 9 sts and K 2 tog at beg of every row that begins in center of piece, bind off last 2 sts. Sew shoulder seams.

Band at neck—Place epaulets at center of shoulder seam with the points overlapping back and the bound off sts over fronts. Pick up 8 sts from st holder at front, pick up sts around neck, picking up epaulets with neck sts, K off back. Continue other side and front in same manner (68 sts), K 1 row. Work buttonholes as follows: K 3, bind off 3, K across. On next K row, cast on 3 sts over those bound off. K 1 row, P 1 row for 4 rows always K first and last 2 sts on purled rows for edge. K 3 rows, bind off loosely on wrong side.

Sew back to fronts and sew up sleeve seams, insert sleeves into armholes, having fullness at top. Stitch end of epaulets at shoulder. Sew on buttons.

Fringe—With two ply Gold yarn, cut fringe 4 inches in length. With two strands, tape thru each stitch around epaulets as shown on illustration, trim.

HAT

With No. 5 needles, cast on 8 sts, P back. Row 2—Inc in each st (16 sts). P back. Row 4—*Inc 1 st, K 1 st, repeat from *across row (24 sts), P back. Row 6—*Inc 1 st, K 2 sts, repeat from *across row. Continue in this manner having 1 more st between each inc, until you have 11 sts between each inc (104 sts). Now K each row back and forth until piece measures 3 inches, from K rows. Bind off loosely on wrong side.

Wrap contrasting shade of light weight yarn one yard long, 15 times, cut at both ends. With main color, wrap 8 times, cut at both ends. Twist each of these ends as tightly as possible. Now twist the two pieces together. Make a large knot, leaving ends for tassel, cut evenly.


Queen of Hearts

(Continued from page 27)

Fold front piece in half, mark center of cap at opposite edge from border. Place mark in center of bound off sts on back of cap. Sew center back to front piece having markers meet. Block seam lightly on right side of cap. With red work scallops around seam of cap, as follows: holding back of cap toward you, fasten yarn at bottom, ch 1, *skip a space, work (1 h d c, 3 d c, 1 h d c) in next st, skip a space, s c in next space, repeat from *around back of cap about 20 scallops.

Ties—Ch 70, work 1 s c around bottom of cap (continuing with same thread), skipping about 10 sts, ch 70 sts. Work 1 row of s c over chains and back of cap. Block lightly into shape.

Hearts—With red, cast on 2 sts, P 2 sts. K increasing in each st, P back. *On next row inc in first 2 sts and last 2 sts, P back, repeat from *once. K 1 row, P 1 row even for 4 rows. K 2 tog, K 4, turn, P 2 tog, P 3, K 2 tog, K 2 turn. P 2 tog, P 1, bind off 2 sts, break thread. Work other 6 sts to correspond and work 1 row of s c around heart. Sew hearts on each side of cap as shown on illustration.

SLIP-OVER NO. 816

Size 10 to 12 years

Needles1 Pair Bone size 1 and 3.

Material4 one ounce balls Kashmir fleece.

Gauge8 sts to 1 inch—No. 3 needles.

Back—With No. 1 needles, cast on 104 sts (size 12, 108 sts), K 1, P 1 for 5 inches. Change to No. 3 needles, K 1 row, P 1 row, until piece measures 11 inches. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows for underarm, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 6 rows (92 sts). Work even until armhole measures 5 inches, measuring straight up from where the 3 sts were bound off. On next K row, K 29, put remainder of sts on st holder. P back on 29 sts. On next row, bind off 5 sts at beg of every row at armhole edge, 5 times and P 2 tog at beg of every row at neck edge. Work other 29 sts to correspond.

Neck Band—With No. 1 needles, pick up 50 sts, K 1, P 1 ribbing for 1 inch, bind off, K 1, P 1.

Front—Cast on 104 (size 12, 108), K 1, P 1 for 5 inches. Change to No. 3 needles. On next row, K 26, K 1, P 1 for 52 sts, K 26. On next row P 27, P 1, K 1, for 50 sts, P 27. Next row, K 28, K 1, P 1, for 48 sts, K 28. Next row, P 29, P 1, K 1, for 46 sts, P 29. Continue in this manner having 2 sts less in pattern on every row, until all sts are K. P 1 row, K 1 row until piece measures same as for back. Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then K 2 tog at beg of the next 8 rows (90 sts). Work even until armhole measures 2 inches (2 inches, size 12). K 44, K 1, P 1, K 44. Next row, P 43, P 1, K 1, P 1, K 1, P 43. Next row, K 42 (K 1, P 1, 3 times), K 42. Next row, P 41 (P 1, K 1, 4 times), P 41. Continue in this manner having 2 more sts in pattern every row, until you have 28 sts in pattern. K 31, put remainder of sts on st holder. P back. P 2 tog at beg of every 4th row, at neck edge until 25 sts remain. Bind off 5 sts at beg of every row at armhole edge, 5 times, work even at neck edge. Work other side to correspond, (Put 28, K 1, P 1) on st holder. Band at neck. Pick up 23 sts, K 1, P 1 following pattern across front, pick up 23 sts on other side. K 1, P 1 for 1 inch, bind off K 1, P 1.

[Pg 32]

Sleeves—With No. 1 needles, cast on 66 sts. K 1, P 1 for 2 inches. Change to No. 3 needles, K 20, K 1, P 1 for 26 sts, K 20. Next row, P 21, P 1, K 1, for 24 sts, P 21. K 22, K 1, P 1 for 22 sts, K 22. P 23, P 1, K 1 for 20 sts, P 23. Continue in this manner having 2 sts less in pattern every row, until all sts are K, inc 1 st on each end and continue to inc 1 st on each end every 4th row, until sleeve measures 4 inches (72 sts). Bind off 3 sts at beg of the next 2 rows, then 2 sts at beg of the next 2 rows (62 sts). K 2 tog at beg and end of every 4th row until you have 40 sts, bind off.

Sew up shoulder seams, sew back and front together. Sew sleeve seams and insert into armhole.

MITTENS

No. 816

Size 6 to 8, 10 to 12

Needles1 set of bone, No. 5.

Material2 oz. knitting worsted.

Gauge5 sts to 1 inch.

Cuff—Cast on 44 sts, 16 sts on each 2 needles, 12 on 3rd needle, *P 4 rnds. K 4 rnds, repeat from *2 more times. K 2, P 2 around row for 3 inches (size 6 to 8), 4 inches (size 10 to 12). Put next 12 sts on st holder and cast on 4 sts. Continue to K 2, P 2 for 2 inches (size 6 to 8), 3 inches (size 10 to 12). On next rnd, K 2 tog, P 2 tog for 1 rnd. K 1, P 1 for 4 rnds. K 2 tog until you have 9 sts, draw through and sew.

Thumb—Pick up 12 sts from st holder, pick up 4 sts from hand. K 2, P 2 for 1 inches, size 6 to 8 (1 inches, size 10 to 12), then P the 2 P sts tog for 1 rnd. Next rnd K the 2 K sts tog for 1 rnd (8 sts), draw through and sew.

With red sports yarn make 2 small hearts as follows: With No. 2 needles, cast on 2 sts, P 2 sts, K increasing in each st. P back. *Inc in first and last st, P back, repeat from *once. K 1 row, P 1 row. K 2 tog, K 2, turn, P back. K 1, K 2 tog, bind off. Work other 4 sts to correspond. Make another heart in same manner. Sew 2 pieces tog and fill with red yarn. Make 3 more hearts in same manner. With 2 strands of sports yarn, ch 52 sts, sew heart on each end, tie a bow and sew on mitts as shown on illustration. These can easily be removed when washing.

Directions for socks on page 22.


Annie Laurie

(Continued from page 9)

BONNET

Starting at side of front. With No. 5 needles, cast on 20 sts, P 1 row, K 1 row for 3 rows, inc 1 st at beg of next row (place marker, this is back edge). Work 3 rows even. Inc 1 st at beg of next row, continue to inc 1 st at beg of every 4th row, until you have 29 sts. Work even until piece measures 8 inches from beg. Now dec 1 st at back edge every 4th row, until you have 20 sts. Work 3 rows even, bind off.

Back—Cast on 32 sts. P 1 row, K 1 row, for 1 inch. *On next row, inc 1 st at beg and end, work 1 inch even, repeat from *until piece measures 4 inches, 40 sts. *Now work 3 rows even, dec 1 st at beg and end of next K row, repeat from *2 more times (34 sts). K 2 tog at beg and end of every row, until 26 sts remain. Fold front piece of cap in half crosswise, place marker. Count 9 sts on each side of marker. With red yarn make a running st inserting needle over one thread and under 2 threads across row, do not pull too tightly. Skip 9 sts from other side of marker, work another row in same manner. Work 2 more rows, 18 rows from each side of rows just finished. With green work one more row in same manner 1 st above. Count 8 rows from straight end of piece, work yarn lengthwise with red as follows: *Insert needle over one thread and down one thread bringing needle from wrong to right side 2 threads below. Repeat from *to end of piece. Count 14 rows (about 2 inches from end of piece), with red make another row in same manner. With yellow make another row in same manner one thread above.

Sew inch hem on straight end of front piece; sew other end to back piece (place marker at center of each piece first). Work 2 rows of s c around bottom of cap. Attach small bows made of grosgrain ribbon leaving ends to tie. Attach feather as shown on illustration.

PURSE

Purse—Cast on 26 sts, P 1 row, K 1 row for 4 inches or enough rows to make a perfect square. Work another piece in same manner. Embroider stripes same as in coat about inch from sides. Sew 2 sides tog s c around other 2 sides. Strap—Ch 4, work 1 s c in 2nd ch from hook, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts. *Ch 1, turn, work 1 s c in each of the 3 sts, repeat from *until piece measures 8 inches. Sew ends to top of squares. Insert 2 four inch zippers (or 1 zipper if preferred). Attach tassels on zipper ends, made with a few strands of yarn.


ABBREVIATIONS USED IN KNITTING AND CROCHET INSTRUCTIONS

The following abbreviations are used throughout the book.
KKnit
PPurl
chChain
h d cHalf double crochet
crCrochet
sl stSlip stitch
rndRound
begBeginning
tr crTriple crochet
s cSingle crochet
d cDouble crochet
togTogether
stStitch
stsStitches
y oYarn over
pPicot
P.s.s.oPass slip stitch over

*(asterisk). When this symbol appears, continue working until instructions refer you back to this symbol.

Even means that a row must be worked without increasing or decreasing.

Work means to continue with the stitch as described.

Half Double Crochet—Yarn over, draw up a loop in st, yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook.

Slip Stitch—Insert hook in next st, yarn over and draw through both loops on hook.


Blocking—Pin the garment, with rust proof pins, wrong side out, on a pressing board in exactly the measurements desired. Place a damp cloth over garment and with a moderately hot iron, press lightly, allowing the steam to go through. Lay on a flat surface until thoroughly dry.

Needle Gauge—When making a garment—work a swatch, using the needles called for to determine whether or not your work measures the same number of stitches to the inch as given in the scale. Change size of needles accordingly.

When Using Colors—In changing color always K the first row on right side regardless of pattern.


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