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Pattern

Pattern

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Printed paper

  • Credit Line:

    Given by Caroline Goodfellow and Noreen Marshall

  • Museum number:

    MISC.61-1990

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Knitting clothing is creative, but also has the potential to be thrifty. If necessary, a garment can be unravelled and knitted up again in a different size, with a contrasting welt and cuffs of some other yarn, or in stripes using up yarn from several old garments. Because the knitted up yarn has a structure that is capable of stretching, it also gives a certain amount of elasticity to accommodate a child's growth.

Materials and Techniques

Printed paper

Object history note

RF 88/1818

Descriptive line

Knitting patterns published by various manufacturers

Production Note

Images attached do not apply to all parts of this number (three patterns out of eighty-three)

Categories

Children's clothes; Children & Childhood; Scotland

Collection

Museum of Childhood

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