KNITTING PATTERN INFORMATION
This fabulous 1930s Glengary Two Piece Suit is as bravely coloured as the tartans of Scottish Highlanders. The coat is knitted in horizontal stripes and then woven with vertical threads of colour to form the tartan pattern. The dress is close fitting of stockinette stitch in powder blue with buttons and belt of brilliant scarlet.
KNITTING PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS
Bust: width all around at underarm 34 inches (size 16)
Chart for changes in sizes included - 14, 18, 20 using 16 as a comparison (width all around at underarm 33" to 36 1⁄2")
Diagram for size 16 - front, back and sleeve pieces included
Original Yarn suggestion and needle size info:
Minerva Yarn suggestion and information about their uses are included in the pattern
Minerva gauge comparison and old U.K., U.S. and Metric conversion charts are included in the pattern
The original yarn may not be available due to the age of the pattern. Select the yarn type that is closest to the weight of the original yarn.
When reworking the pattern it is best to knit a tension swatch with your chosen yarn. To get the correct measurements, your tension must be the same as stated in the pattern.
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1930s Glengary Two Piece Suit
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