Vintage 1950s Mens Sweater Pattern Ducks Knitted Charted Design Unisex Adult Size 38 - 44 Bouquet 23B pdf

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Another fab charted design pattern! Knit it, crochet it -- it doesn't really matter as long as you follow the gauge! Every stitch is presented for you on the chart!! :-) Designed for a bulky yarn of 3.5" / 1". That it is from Canada goes without saying -- Dominion Woollens and Worsteds, Ltd.

I also have this in a smaller size for chest 30-36" :

NOTE: this is an *ever, ever* so slight variation of another pattern that I've had, also Bouquet 23, but from the Woolard Company, Ltd., Paris, Ontario, 1959. Indeed, someone has hand written the letter B next to the 23 on this pattern. (

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