Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Fashion - Ask Questions Get Answers' started by lindapoirier, Feb 20, 2013.
I have a man and woman set from later. Do you care to see them or do you collect these also?
That Catalina is stunning, I love it.
SO wonderful, all of your sweaters are wonderful!
Your best friend is right!
Gorgeous. What fun.
Wonderful. So glad you are saving this history.
This has been fascinating; thanks so much for sharing your amazing collection!
Your collection is growing by leaps and bounds, Linda! I hope I find a sweater or a photograph one of these days to add to it!
I'm no help, but I found one of the Jantzen reindeer sweaters. I thought it was a womens but maybe it's a mans?
The shoulderline looks pretty wide for a woman's Susan, how does the measurement compare to others you've had?
You sure are making me entertained with these sweaters. Such fun.
I have a 1940s catalog and quite a few knitting and crochet small magazines I am going to look thru.
I am also noticing a trend in the real world shops now of cute sweaters with designs now.
That is a perfect addition for your collection!
Glad your offer was accepted.
Oh, how fun is that! Great that you got it!
Love your finds.
That St. George and Dragon is amazing! and the pyramids with the archer and the horse and gazelle? (it looks like a gazelle) is equally amazing!
Linda, you have such an amazing collection of sweaters and related items (love the old b&w pics). Not to mention all of your other equally fabulous collections.
Have you authored a book on the topic? Or possibly authoring one now? Because if you haven't contracted to publish yet, you really, *really* should.
I concur. I think a book is needed and would be fabulous.
I'm sure that many members and visitors here would buy that book ! These sweaters are fantastic!
Not remotely in the same class but I thought Linda would appreciate this 1980's Debenhams Classics jumper I found yesterday:
It is the same on the back. I love the way the design makes your arms the two other 'legs', so it either appears as a standing/pouncing tiger, or one of those floor rugs.
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