Athletic Sleeveless Sweater No. 514 by Corticelli

Athletic Sleeveless Sweater No. 514

Light Fingering ?
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Out of print. This pattern was available for free.

The pattern is found on page 16 of PDF02 from the Antique Pattern Library (page 36 of the pamphlet).

The smart little slip-on sweater is at present worn by the young girl almost to the exclusion of other models. It is the favorite type with the college girl, and at mountains, shore, and country club. This one is knit in a deep rose, and the stripes below the waist are in rose, Delft blue and old gold, with character lines of black. Narrow stripes in these same colors are used on collar and on the edge of the abbreviated sleeves. The edge of the collar is finished with a row of Brier stitch in all three colors, ending at the front with cord and three crocheted rings. The sweater is purled to fit closely below the waist.

Materials: Corticelli Shetland Flosola Yarn, 5 balls Rose No. 23, 1 ball each Delft Blue No. 35, Chamois No. 50, Black No. 99. One pair No. 5 Kitting Needles.

Other color suggestions: Violet No. 74 with stripes of Chamois No. 50 and pencil lines of Nile Green No. 40; Baby Blue No. 31 with stripes of Delft Blue No. 35.

(No gauge is given. No measurements are given.)