10 more

10 more

(a couple of which have not yet been listed for sale anywhere; do contact us if specifically looking for them… )

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WonkyZebra 291 Granny Square Poncho Skirt

WonkyZebra 291 Granny Square Poncho Skirt

A knitting pattern for a great retro item – the good old poncho / skirt thing!
1970s vintage pattern – emailed as a PDF.

A great addition to any wardrobe… and also a good pattern for an afghan blanket –
[ but in that case do make one with out the useful hole in the middle to avoid drafts ! ]

Approx 56inches/142cm square

WonkyZebra has other similar items here:-
http://www.etsy.com/shop/wonkyzebra?section_id=10459779
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WonkyZebra 292 Yellow Cap

WonkyZebra 292 Yellow Cap

A vintage 1970s crochet pattern for a fab retro baker boy cap.

Simple!

We have other hat and cap patterns too; including 155,194.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/wonkyzebra?section_id=7538699
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WonkyZebra 293 Three Tea Cosies Copleys 845

WonkyZebra 293 Three Tea Cosies Copleys 845

Vintage PDF Patterns for 3 easy tea cosies; 2 crocheted, 1 knitted.

Just the thing for a mini project or gift.

Each takes 2-3 oz, [very approx 50g]; some embroidery wool is also needed to complete the decorations.

The little crocheted cottage would make a sweet play item as well, either with a base or as a hidey hole for small toys.

if you like this you may also like our other toys and tea cosies

http://www.etsy.com/shop/wonkyzebra?section_id=6989034

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WonkyZebra 294 Petula Clark Leprechaun

WonkyZebra 294 Petula Clark Leprechaun

A knitting pattern for a mini dress- the classic original version from the 60s.

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WonkyZebra 295 Starsky Jacket 2566

WonkyZebra 295 Starsky Jacket 2566

A PDF knitting vintage pattern for a 1970s, Starsky and Hutch style, man’s jacket.

Very stylish! He looks like he is enjoying his night out, acting like a celebrity.. LOL

However the actual construction of this is very good and can be worn by ladies, as well as action men, who are wanting to keep warm with seventies panache!

There is a neat raglan sleeve shape and great rib border- and of course the optional classic pattern detail.

Please note THERE IS NO CHART for the intarsia ( or actually more like a Fairisle , stranded, technique).

BUT FULL ROW- BY- ROW INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE COLOUR WORK ARE GIVEN.

The patterns are optional anyway.
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WonkyZebra 296 High Waist Dress 5299

WonkyZebra 296 High Waist Dress 5299

A PDF of a vintage 1960s pattern for a gorgeous vintage crochet dress. A late sixties style – with the high waisted “dolly girl” look- and very feminine details.

Beautiful but not too “over-the-top” with 2 flounces (or frills, if you must!) to the sleeves and hemline- and colourful stripes. This makes it a really fun party dress- great for festivals or holidays; but worked in one colour without the sleeve frills it would be very nice for day wear too! Kind of grown up cheerleader effect!

It would be easy to use the pattern as a skirt OR as a top because it is worked from the waistline.

If you like this, do look at our other dolly dresses;
Crocheted 005, 009, 078, 158, 252, 255, 261,277
Knitted 052, 053, 288
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WonkyZebra 297 Mother Daughter Dresses 706

WonkyZebra 297 Mother Daughter Dresses 706

A PDF of a vintage 1970s crochet pattern for a classic a line dress; in both child and adult sizes.

The dress has a firm stitch empire line bodice and an absolutely gorgeous chunky lace body.

The lace is made in an easy row pattern with bands of plain crochet; and the high neckline is also edged in the same stitch.

Short and long sleeved options. Unfortunately the pictures are incredibly badly cropped (by the original photographer, who went for art not clarity.. ) but the sleeves are worked in plain treble (US double crochet) with the lace band at the bottom.

It would easily make into a sleeveless version, or as a tunic over trousers.

The dress is worked from the hem up, and although no mention is made, it is shown lined as the lace is fairly open.

Pattern comes with pictorial ‘how to crochet’ on the last page, and with the huge size range is a great value addition to your collection.

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WonkyZebra 298 Crochet Suit 1581

WonkyZebra 298 Crochet Suit 1581

A PDF of a vintage 1960s crochet pattern for a delightful sexy little retro suit. It is made in the popular “granny square stitch” or treble –(US double) crochet groups; so super easy to do.

The cut away front edge and deep v neck on the jacket are very feminine, especially when worn alone as pictured. With a camisole or blouse underneath it would be suitable for day wear as well.

You could even make either item separately they would make a great addition to your wardrobe. The easy to wear jacket shape would be good for so many occasions, and the skirt a very sexy little number any time.
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WonkyZebra 299 Rose Bedspread and Tutorial

WonkyZebra 299 Rose Bedspread and Tutorial

A crochet afghan bedspread pattern, made in a patchwork of granny squares and 3D rose motifs. This is very pretty and girly, in a traditional way.

A modern PDF of an original vintage1970s pattern.

As the pattern states- just right for daughters and grandmothers!

BUT…you could always jazz it up and work a multi coloured garden of flowers –hippy style!
I have included with the pattern some step by step tutorial pages to show how to make the rose and a primrose motif square; and can send a basic granny tutorial if you need one (just ask on purchase).

WonkyZebra has other similar items here:-
http://www.etsy.com/shop/wonkyzebra?section_id=10459779

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WonkyZebra 300 Winter Sweaters

WonkyZebra 300 Winter Sweaters

A knitted pattern for a fabulous retro Norwegian style ski jumper.
Vintage 1970s style, emailed as a PDF to you

Knitted in a traditional colour scheme; Red, White and Black, this is a glorious 1970’s take on the forties!

All topped off with a pompom trimmed ski cap / beanie hat, with a turn up ribbed brim.

Unisex, why not have one each – like this happy couple…

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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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