Afghan Knitting Pattern, Bulky Aran Afghan Knitting Pattern, Fisherman Knit Pattern, Coastal Decor, PDF INSTANT Download Pattern (2014)

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This pretty Aran Afghan Knitting Pattern with a traditional Fisherman Knit design is worked with yarn doubled throughout making quick work of this afghan. This Irish Aran design would fit into in almost any style home decor and would be perfect in Coastal Decor. This pattern uses Bulky Weight (6 weight) Yarn.

Materials :
• 112 ounces / 28 skeins of Bulky Weight (6 weight) Yarn
• Knitting needles, size 17 (also known as Jack Pins)
• Cable Stitch Needle

Finished Size: 54" x 62"


Copyright 1976


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This pattern is in PDF format and needs Adobe Reader to be downloaded, viewed and printed. Adobe Reader is available as a free download directly from Adobe at www.adobe.com/reader.html.

This vintage pattern has been digitally remastered and is clean of blemishes and signs of aging. It has been saved as a PDF which will be available for you to download once payment has been completed. The remastered PDF pattern is copyright by the VintageNeedleArts shop and to my off-line business and cannot be resold, passed on for free or redistributed in any format.


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All USA patterns listed in this shop were created before 1978 and most were published by yarn companies that are no longer in business. Vintage yarns used in these patterns can be found on Etsy, Ebay, Ravelry and other websites. A lot of vintage patterns call for vintage yarns that have been discontinued. Contemporary yarns in the same weight and yardage can be substituted for the original vintage yarns. Most patterns include recommended yarn substitutions using contemporary yarn that is currently available. I hope you find something you like and enjoy making.

The patterns in my Etsy shop are in PDF format and need Adobe Reader to be downloaded, viewed and printed. Adobe Reader is available as a free download directly from Adobe at www.adobe.com/reader.html.

These vintage pattern have been digitally remastered and are clean of all rips, folds, blemishes and signs of aging.They have been saved as a PDF document which will be available for you to download once payment has been completed. The remastered PDF pattern is copyright by the VintageNeedleArts shop and to WingsDove Creative Source business and cannot be resold, passed on for free or redistributed in any format. Finished crocheted and knitted items made from these patterns can be sold on Etsy and elsewhere without restriction.

VINTAGE SIZING FOR WOMENS CLOTHING: How can you tell what your "vintage size" is? Very simply, the size of a vintage garment pre-1980s is roughly 6 dress sizes larger. That's right, SIX sizes LARGER. For example, if you wear a modern dress size 8, any vintage garment you should wear is a size 14. Once you have measurements to go by, you will eventually find that most vintage sizes are fairly constant. A vintage size 14 generally has a 30" waist and usually fits a woman who is a size 8 in modern clothing. A waist size 28" is usually a dress size 12 or 13 in vintage dresses, which is a modern size 6. If you notice, these vintage sizes are almost always 6 sizes larger.

All USA patterns listed in this shop were created before 1978 and most were published by yarn companies that are no longer in business. Vintage yarns used in these patterns can be found on Etsy, Ebay, Ravelry and other websites. A lot of vintage patterns call for vintage yarns that have been discontinued. Contemporary yarns in the same weight and yardage can be substituted for the original vintage yarns. Most patterns include recommended yarn substitutions using contemporary yarn that is currently available. I hope you find something you like and enjoy making.

The patterns in my Etsy shop are in PDF format and need Adobe Reader to be downloaded, viewed and printed. Adobe Reader is available as a free download directly from Adobe at www.adobe.com/reader.html.

These vintage pattern have been digitally remastered and are clean of all rips, folds, blemishes and signs of aging.They have been saved as a PDF document which will be available for you to download once payment has been completed. The remastered PDF pattern is copyright by the VintageNeedleArts shop and to WingsDove Creative Source business and cannot be resold, passed on for free or redistributed in any format. Finished crocheted and knitted items made from these patterns can be sold on Etsy and elsewhere without restriction.



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Aug 23, 2016 by grannygoodknit
Jun 10, 2016 by Stephanie Tarr
May 1, 2016 by ann bevan
Quick fast delivery of this pattern. I can't wait to try it.
Oct 16, 2015 by Erma Williams

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