more patterns galore!!

hello out there – here are more patterns for sale as PDF patterns by WonkyZebra.

if you are interested in crochet for Baby(s) then WonkyZebraBaby.etsy.com might be of interest…

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WonkyZebra 211 Icelandic Jacket

WonkyZebra 211 Icelandic Jacket

A very simple granny jacket in chunky yarn. Super quick and easy to make; minimal shaping (just on sleeves and underarm/shoulder) the neck shape is formed with a half granny square from the border of them. It is so easy even a beginner could alter this to add more squares; some around the hem might be good – or make even it plain !If you like this you may like;
112, 134, 206

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WonkyZebra 212 Flounce Sleeved Top

WonkyZebra 212 Flounce Sleeved Top

A simple crochet top with a very pretty sleeve detail (plus a sleeveless option).

The bodice and sleeves are worked in an all over shell pattern but the optional sleeve flounce is in a delicate mesh stitch, worked down from the elbow (the length of this can easily be varied).

It would make a super crop top over jeans if made shorter.
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WonkyZebra 213 Petula Clark Daisy Dress

WonkyZebra 213 Petula Clark Daisy Dress

A flirty, low waisted, mesh dress- embellished with daisies! Very fresh indeed!
You may want to line it- or not…It would make a great “knock-‘em out” cover up over a bikini.NB; for those of you that like celebrity endorsement, it is being modelled by swinging sixties home grown pop star Petula Clark – “our pet.”Sorry about the poor photo quality- it was printed in a weekly magazine- the grey toned image actually shows it a little more clearly.and if you like this you may like 178,152

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WonkyZebra 214 Ladies Shawls

WonkyZebra 214 Ladies Shawls

A pattern for 2 lovely alpaca shawls – one crocheted one knitted.Originally from the late seventies by yarn and fashion house JAEGER – and purchased in Harrods, London.A thoroughly classy duo!Only 2 balls required if you have some of this yarn in your stash…but they work to any 4ply weight.

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WonkyZebra 215 3 Party Dresses

WonkyZebra 215 3 Party Dresses

3 cute crochet patterns for little girl’s party dresses, with ribbons, buttons and frills.All sleeveless and in 4ply (fingering) weight, all very easy and quick. High – waisted, low – waisted and no – waisted – (always a useful one!) for all shapes and preferences.They come with “how to” crochet pages and conversion charts, and my own notes on substituting vintage yarns ( all with pictures).Great value – and time saving as now you don’t have to decide which one to buy!
(and because WonkyZebra is getting fed up “listing” and just wants to get them all on view!)Just don’t let your little sweetie see them all before YOU decide which one – or you may end up making all three!

Sizes; 20-28 inch chest
Poppet (with ice cream) 20-24
Party Piece (with balloon) 22-26
and Child’s Play (with doll) 22-28

P.S. there is not room for all the info here but do ask if you would like more on sizes etc

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WonkyZebra 216 Four of Hats

WonkyZebra 216 Four of Hats

A set of retro mod hats, two 1960s tie on helmet style hats in crochet and 2 Berets ; one a classic knit and one lacy.

A great selection to keep you warm.

To fit average sized heads, in a mixture of 4ply and DK wool.

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WonkyZebra 217 Gold Zigzag Bikini

WonkyZebra 217 Gold Zigzag Bikini

A ravishing shapely bikini and stunning coverup jacket, perfect for any Hollywood fantasy setting.Very this straps and tie-on panties give you great adjustment for sunbathing and fit.It would look just as nice in a plain colour.For sizes and materials see picture in the full ETSY listing.NB unlike most of WonkyZebra’s patterns this is in American crochet stitch convention; but I always include full sets of conversion charts and how-to’s with PDFs whichever system you are used to.

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WonkyZebra 218 Ice Cool

WonkyZebra 218 Ice Cool

A pretty sixties shift dress with a “filet crochet” effect lace pattern. This is super easy to work using just trebles ( USA double crochet) and spaces, across the row, to make up the lace pattern. The yarn is 4ply (fingering weight).A very simple and elegant little number! Ice cool indeed.Although there no need to look quite as serene as this young lady does (maybe Mr Bond has bought her one too many martinis)!Please see the in the ETSY listingphoto for size etc details.If you like this you may like one of our other patterns such as; 001,078,088,083 and 050 (which is knitted) – do have a look!

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WonkyZebra 219 Shell Edged Bikini

WonkyZebra 219 Shell Edged Bikini

A classic sweet and simple crochet bikini with good, modest, coverage- but still a pretty style. Very plain and quick to make, but the shell edging lifts the whole thing into the prettiness zone!A great little cover up jacket too.Made in cotton, please see last photo in ETSY listing for sizes etc.If you like this one you may like 004,018,043,136,180
or for a skimpier look, 051, 089, 137 or 168WZ has LOTs of bikinis!

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WonkyZebra 220 Bikini Dress Trousers

WonkyZebra 220 Bikini Dress Trousers

A glamorous bikini with the added option of an overskirt or trousers.The bikini is trimmed with purchased braid, in this case the gold and black Greek key design.This would make a very sexy dance outfit.The skirt is worked as a separate rectangle which fastens to the lower edge of the bikini with press-studs and remains open at the front.You could make a gorgeous mini-dress by working the skirt onto the bikini top as one garment.

For the measurements see last picture in ETSY listing.

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About WonkyZebra

WonkyZebra and I have collected tons of patterns over the years. Before this was fashionable and the whole “vintage” thing happened, it was just considered to be a funny sort of hoarding; a bit “anorak” to use one of the slightly mocking terms us English specialise in. Now it is a wonderful source of lost treasure in the online textile universe; who would have guessed! It was quite a relief to find there are many others “out there” who appreciate a good pattern-and maybe even enjoy using them! I think it is a good thing anyone can get access to the designs instead of just those lucky enough to find them in gran’s workbox or charity shops. So, here we are with all our hoard, trying to make it all available as fast as we can…hooves don’t help much so it is down to me. I squeeze it in between actual crocheting, knitting, life, and other sundries. Vintage patterns; PDFs for sale at http://wonkyzebra.etsy.com
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