more patterns – catching up

have just listed pattern 313 on Etsy, and found I am only back at 231 on this blog…

some of the patterns will be expired or temporarily sold on etsy, so this is the master list, and the numbers allocated are fixed.. so WZ is ok to be emailed asking for a particular pdf pattern to be listed on your preferred shop, if it isn’t visible..

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WonkyZebra 231 Tennis Dress

WonkyZebra 231 Tennis Dress

A short and sweet knitted tennis dress.

It would also make a cute mini dress off the courts, if made just a tad longer !

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WonkyZebra 232 Crocheted Midi Dress

WonkyZebra 232 Crocheted Midi Dress

Crochet Mini Dress Pattern PDF by Email

Moving into the seventies, but still with the sixties simplicity.

Chunky crochet lace bands, slashed neckline and shell edgings keep this dress stylish and elegant.

You can easily shorten it to wear it as a mini with more of a sixties look.
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WonkyZebra 233 Crochet Trouser Suit

WonkyZebra 233 Crochet Trouser Suit

A cheeky funky seventies number.

Great for discos, parties, beach and hot sexy summer days.

An ultra cute crop top and long lacy – rather daring – trousers (pants).

A nice change from all over crochet patterns, both of these garments have a chunky ecru lace effect with bands of shell pattern alternating with bands of mesh stitch.

You can easily work there trousers any length – hot pants or Bermudas anyone? (both garments are worked bottom up, so you would need to plan alterations).
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WonkyZebra 234 Blue Afghan

WonkyZebra 234 Blue Afghan

A lovely afghan blanket to crochet, vintage seventies but just spot on for today too.All the amounts and colours are worked out for you- but this could just as easily be done in scrap or ‘stash busting’ yarns.

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WonkyZebra 235 Bobble Jacket

WonkyZebra 235 Bobble Jacket

A very glam, but still fun, cute little bobble trimmed jacket in a vintage style. Great for evening wear or daytime over a simple dress. Made in an easy and quick stitch, trimmed with a purchased bobble trim.

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WonkyZebra 236 Halloween Puppets

WonkyZebra 236 Halloween Puppets

Here is a funny bunch to knit- just in time for Halloween!Very quick and easy to make- and maybe good to let your little ones decorate them? Or any mates who want to join in…

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WonkyZebra 237 Best of Both Worlds

WonkyZebra 237 Best of Both Worlds

Knit Skirt Top Pattern Vintage PDF

Groovy baby – A pattern for a very wearable crochet skirt and classic skinny rib jumper (sweater).

All you need for a neat autumn to winter outfit, seventies style!

Jumper is in 4ply (fingering) approx 350-400g and skirt is in double knitting (worsted), approx 100g of 2main colours here blue and brown and 150g each of 4 others- here orange, purple, pink and gold.
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WonkyZebra 238 Mother Daughter Dress 977

WonkyZebra 238 Mother Daughter Dress 977

Another “mother and daughter” crochet dress pattern; please read “either/or” there and suddenly it becomes a much better idea.(Just a wide size range…not a weird and strange pattern!)Moving on; it has a cute flippy sixties A line shape with the popular military influence in the bib front and big “double breasted effect” crocheted buttons.A low slung hip belt completes the effect.Cute in these sugar almond colours but it would look great for winter in darker ones. How about a flannel or charcoal grey with lime or scarlet? Or pop art black and white – with some neon in the belt?

Now you want one, don’t you?

Measurements in last photo.

Wonkyzebra has a lot more like this- do look around in the shop, or “sold” – happy to relist anything, and always happy to help by email with the crocheting of them.

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WonkyZebra 239 Crochet Cat Suit 5133

WonkyZebra 239 Crochet Cat Suit 5133

Crochet Catsuit Pattern PDFA pattern for a stunning catsuit- playsuit hotpant…choose a name!The pretty top and cheeky shorts (or trousers-pants) are both worked from the waistband; so you can make just one half of the outfit if you like……giving you a classic shell top and lovely lacy (hot) pants!In England “lace pants” always means a frothy undergarment… but these come close in sexiness quotient -whatever you call them!

If you like this pattern do look at our other listings 016,020,021, 045,065,101 for more hotpants and 024,065, 102,176, 181,209, 233 for more sexy lace trousers (pants).

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WonkyZebra 240 Bell Sleeved Top 2981

WonkyZebra 240 Bell Sleeved Top 2981

A pattern for a really pretty blouse/tunic style sweater, with unusual (and very seventies) bishop sleeves.

The sleeve has an open, rectangular patterned lace stitch and gathers into a deep cuff, worked in the same (firmer) shell lace stitch as the body.It would look stunning made longer and worn over trousers-with a wide low slung belt-seventies style!(see the image where I have mocked this up to convince you!)measurements in last image.If you like this we have other tunics and sweater dresses in the shop – do look around.

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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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