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Brand Fashion
Product type Knitting Patterns
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Item Description
Style Book

1930s Vintage Knitting Patterns Book

PDF Reproduction

Minerva, Volume No. 38, 1934, 55
pages
This book is part of a Collection of
7 books with fashion patterns.
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A prevue of a celebrated Parisian atelier. Minerva
hands are making swift notes. Afternoon tea on the Rivera and again
the trend is noted. The castle of a baroness at Nuremberg - a
stitch known to this aristocratic family for centuries joins the
Minerva family. An exclusive Palm Beach club and the fashion's
leaders contribute their part.
Lovely outfits for women including 3-piece suits,
sweater and skirt sets, dresses, blouses, coats, hats, jackets,
cardigans and pullovers, plus a wonderful lacey knit bridal gown.
All are knit except for two; some have crocheted edging. All are
size 16. Change size by changing needle size or yarn thickness. I
have added two pages from another Minerva book which are
Measurement Charts.
Marina Wedding Bells gown - cobwebby lace design
knitted on large needles
Cavalcade - 2-piece suit and blouse
Regency - 2-piece dress and hat
Empire - 1-piece boucle dress
Benedictine - boucle tunic dress
Aurora - lustre crepe dress
Laurel - 2-piece silver crepe dress and boucle
hat
Cascade - lustre flake dress
Glengary - 2-piece suit, coat and hat
Harlequin - 3-piece lustre wool suit
Coronado - Crocheted dress
Argyle - Twin sweater and skirt
Gordon - 3-piece suit
Douglas - 3-piece jiffy suit
Sherwood - 2-piece costume
Cosmopolitan - 2-piece dress
Richmond - twin sweater suit
Ferncliff - 3-piece silver crepe suit and
beret
Romany - (filet) sunback dress, bolero and
hat
Catalina - beach ensemble (shorts, halter,
cape)
The Ideal - 2-piece lace dress
2 blouses
You will receive your pattern book
in PDF format for digital download and there are no shipping
charges. You can access the book easily from your computer by using
the Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have this on your computer,
it can be downloaded for free from their site at
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By purchasing this copy, you agree
to use it for personal use only; no re-selling of any or all of the
contents is permitted. To the best of my knowledge and belief, this
material comes from a public domain source.