10 more pattern pdfs available from WonkyZebra this New Years Day..

WonkyZebra 251 Crochet Top 5267

WonkyZebra 251 Crochet Top 5267

A pattern PDF for a ‘nifty’ little halter necked top. Very quick, very easy and very sexy ( unless you wear it as an under jacket thingy! )Make it in white pastel or bright cotton for summer…
in black, silky or glittery thread for evening…
or soft woolly yarn for cosiness!The buttons on the front are just for show as it is sewn up the front in a seam.

However you could easily crochet a row of chain loop “buttonholes” to make it fasten there; or work the two fronts in one piece to get rid of the seam, as it doesn’t add much to the design.

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WonkyZebra 252 Crochet Butterfly 5282

WonkyZebra 252 Crochet Butterfly 5282

A crochet dress pattern for a stunning mini dress with amazing “butterfly” sleeves. Personally I think they look more like cobwebs in their structure; this would be absolutely amazing made in black for Halloween ( or evening wear).

Unfortunately it is photographed in a rather revolting blotchy space died yellow yarn. They were really trying to promote this new idea at the time; I have lots of lovely patterns that look horrible photographed in splotchy sludgy colours..
Moving past this, please look at the lovely flirty shape, deep U shaped neckline and those cobweb sleeves made from chain loops.

A straight forward pattern worked from the shoulder downwards, so easy to adjust or turn in to a short top (just stop when done!).

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WonkyZebra 253 Slippers 6766

WonkyZebra 253 Slippers 6766

A Knitting PDF Pattern for four pairs of fab retro Slipper Socks ( or Booties )…

Simple patterns in basic garter stitch, suitable even for a beginner.

These will keep you cosy all winter, and would make smashing Christmas gifts for one and all; for Grannies and Aunties (in suitable ladylike colours), teens and girl friends (in bright retro colours) or even for boys ( if you are prepared to duck when they are unwrapped)
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WonkyZebra 254 Blanket

WonkyZebra 254 Blanket

A PDF of a pattern for an unusual afghan blanket or rug – using motifs in bright colours set against plain white ones for a striking effect. There are smaller motifs used to fill out the spaces, giving it the look of complex lace, but it is still easy to make.

Of course it can also be made in the traditional granny style with random oddments. (Or all one plain colour!)

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WonkyZebra 255 CobWeb Mother Daughter Dress 5109

WonkyZebra 255 CobWeb Mother Daughter Dress 5109

Crochet Dress Pattern 255 Vintage PDF CobWeb Mother Daughter Dress

A Vintage PDF Pattern for a Mother and Daughter dress, from the late sixties.

A gorgeous lacy cobweb effect with a pretty picot hemline and waist detail.

The high waistline is accentuated by continuing the bodice pattern into the skirt colour, and as it is worked downward this gives the defined waist detail

There are two dainty stitch patterns which look stunning made in these two delicate greys; but would look great all in black for a Halloween costume or for evening.

Or in white or pastels for weddings.. it is a versatile pattern.

Quick to make and an easy fit worked top down, you will get this done in no time.

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WonkyZebra 256 Window Snowflakes

WonkyZebra 256 Window Snowflakes

Crochet Pattern PDF Vintage SnowflakesA pattern for traditional crocheted window decorations.Pretty lace snowflakes, for all year round.

They would make a super garland, mobile, or as tree and gift parcel decorations too; you can even do without the rings if you just dip them in PVA glue solution to harden them.

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WonkyZebra 257 Afghan BedSpread

WonkyZebra 257 Afghan BedSpread

Crochet Pattern, Granny Square, Afghan Bedspread..A seventies pattern for an afghan bedspread; with a hippy- meets- Arabian- nights effect.Bold granny square style motifs and a huge border give it real impact.

Could be a real hit in a Barbie doll combo, hot colours or black white and grey ( a real wonkyzebra)!

Even as a traditional, random oddments, stash buster.

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WonkyZebra 258 Slippers

WonkyZebra 258 Slippers

A pattern for two styles of cute and easy slipper or indoor booties, to keep your toes warm when it is cold.

These are very quick and simple to make, and just take a few oddments of Aran (sport) weight wool.

I would guess if you made them large and in wool, they would felt up a treat, but I haven’t tried it yet myself.

Go with the very popular granny squares, stripes, or even just plain; these would be great for Christmas presents.

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WonkyZebra 259 Tank Top 5183

WonkyZebra 259 Tank Top 5183

A pattern for a classic seventies “granny square” tank top. This one has a couple of neat twists; deep midriff cuff, or band, in a mock rib effect, and self covered crochet buttons (instructions for these given).Very easy and quick to make; in new yarn or using up scraps in a random recycling style!

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WonkyZebra 260 Cobweb Hoodie FK73

WonkyZebra 260 Cobweb Hoodie FK73

A PDF pattern for a Cobweb Hoodie; this super quick little vest, made with or without a hood, is a pretty layer for autumn.It is so quick and easy and would make a perfect low key Halloween costume.
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still more to come…
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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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