LET’S MAKE SWEATERS!
We eomlied innumerable fashion sketches and pored over fashion cables to get the cream of the crop -
and here they are! A hand-picked selection of sweaters to knit and crochet.
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No." 1062 * * * Nos. 1056 and 1057
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when we designed “Cosmopolitan;” so we
gave It a flattering surplice neckline, and *h»t they re the rich relations o after
gathered the shoulders slightly to make her sweater family. They re P“ u /™«*L r « i.llf madl
even more erect and square-shouldered. It’s Imported hand-knit British
knitted in O.N.T. Boucle, the perennial V** in soft Bed Heart hloss You can
favorite of the sophisticate. You can make VT ~„ A count on less than sd.oo covering even K«
this for less than *3 00. * No. 1060 including the ribbon binding.
It was a college girl who first thought of wearing her
sweater back-to-frout, and a smart girl she was too.
So we salute her with our version—“ Turnabout,” knitted
<>r two strands of Knit-Cro-Sheen in different colors so
that it looks rough and tweedy. Don’t overlook the fly-
0 , !aMl| front closing; that was our contribution to her Idea. Wmmm—wawn rtr ''"
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face. We smiled secretly because that ffnMr -„- * ,''/-J When we first thought of the idea of a
was just what we had designed it * ""•*■ sweater made like a cloth jacket, tailored
for. It’s crocheted, and it’s in O.N.T. * ? W.'g**JSMBWf and finished like one, and with padded
Mercerized Crochet Colton, because : ' ’ . shoulders, we were a bit skeptical. But
we think » blouse of this sort should x v x ’* exceeded our expectations, and we’re
be washable. 92 00 will cover it. x proud of it. Because you can't see it,
No 1059 we’ll tell you that it has a half belt in
... .. i,»i. . . . , * , , . , back, with the same contrasting stitch
\\e showed this sweater to an Important young lady al Lake Placid and Innocently '»« We knitted it for |3 40, in Bed
piecipitated a riot. She told a friend, who told an acquaintance, and so it went until Heart Sports Yarn
were sure the resort will be peppered with girls wearing this slim and flattering
sweater. We’ve called it “Modernist,” and It’s knitted of Bed Her Snort* Yam
at a total outlay of 92.00 aporis yarn,
We’*e written simple detailed directions for making these sweaters and These days sweaters go around the clock and around the season, so if y©«
included them all in a book along with some additional designs we have don’t knit or crochet mighl | UPt we „ m in corner our
up our sleeve, just as smart, just as versatile. We took care to make the . . p * tito v l cmnxu* tA „„ 1W .'?.?" ... .
directions so clear that even a rank amateur can’t go wrong, no matter kW'IJATER FASHIONS TO KNIT AND CROCHET, including ten
if she’s always shied at the sight of a knitting needle or crochet hook. designs, will be sent upon receipt of ten cents in coin or stamps sent to
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