Vintage Knitting Patterns

In a couple of weeks, I'm heading to Camp Mighty, a weekend retreat for folks (mostly women folks) who want to be a bit more proactive in getting things done in their own lives.  Part of the the event involves a fundraising component: We're fundraising for Charity Water, a "non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations." 

Knits
To help raise money, I'm selling 3 vintage knitting patterns from 1947. They're available in PDF form for you to download and print at home. If you're interested, check them out over at Etsy. All proceeds go to Charity Water.

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Mena Trott

Mena Trott started The Sew Weekly to document her attempt to sew all of her own clothes in 2010. Since then, she's made over 125 outfits and has way more clothes than she needs.

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  1. out of curiosity, does the pattern list actual bust size in inches?

  2. I was wondering this too.

  3. If these patterns are true to typical 1940s sizes, then:
    Size 12 = bust 32
    Size 14 = bust 34
    Size 16 = bust 36
    But I leave it to the poster to confirm. :)