Can you believe it, I’ve done another video? And in this one, you actually get to see me, and yes, I’m talking and everything! This video is a podcast about finished, current and future vintage crochet projects I’m working on and, as the title might suggest, I plan for these to happen every now and again. I will also do a vintage sewing podcast series at some point to go alongside them.
Below I have listed relevant links to the patterns and yarns that I have used, for your reference, in the order I talk about them. I must remember for the next one to make a note of these before I start shooting rather than after, as I forgot a lot of it as I was recording!
Hopefully the sound is a bit better in this than the last one, but do let me know if it’s too loud, too quiet or whatever. And, in case you’re wondering, insouciance means casual lack of concern; indifference. Just watch the video and you’ll see what I’m on about.
Thanks for watching!
Chucky Scarf Pattern (original cowl pattern) – Just Be Crafty (it uses half trebles UK terms, hdc US terms, not trebles as mentioned in the video)
Yarn used: Drops Eskimo in Yellow
Floral Cushion Pattern – Homespun Vintage by Jane Crowfoot
Yarn used: Drops Puna in Off White and scraps of dusky pink, rose, olive and sage from my stash
1933 Swagger Pull On Jumper Pattern – Fleisher’s #17 c.1933 – Hand Knitted Apparel for Town, Sports and Travel from Iva Rose
Mustard and White Parisian Beret, which is mentioned in this segment.
1930s Plaid-Effect Jumper with Bow Detail – Subversive Femme
Betty Sparkles Vintage Knitwear – My amazing knitter friend Amanda, who I mention in this segment.
1930s Tailored Blouse Pattern – Spool Cotton #46, Paris Sponsors Crochet – a free copy of this pattern can be found here
Yarn used: DMC Petra 5 in colour 5722
Deramores Gauntlet Cuff Jumper – Deramores
Yarn to be used: Sirdar Hayfield Bonus Aran Tweed – Magpie (749)