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August 12, 2016

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Mary Lou

Oh man! I haven't watched this yet. More reason to do it.

Toffeeapple

This totally passed me by! I wonder who does the knitting for this type of series?

Toffeeapple

Searching for a clue to my question I found this lovely site:

http://thevintagepatternfiles.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/1940%27s

Patterns from 1800 onward!

wendy

Cancelled? Oh blast, I must rewatch...

tanya

One of my favorite series!!! Eager for season two this year.

Bridget Curran

In the photo of Laura and Kate, Laura is wearing Golden Eagle # 478. I tracked it down this morning at http://www.fab40s.co.uk/Ladies4.html

~ Bridget

Jeanne

Here is a better photo of Laura's cardigan, to go with Bridget's excellent detective work!

https://i0.wp.com/www.4ye.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/webANXhomefiress1ep3.jpg?resize=640%2C360

Bridget Curran

I thought it would be impossible, but I have now also tracked down Kate's lovely green cardigan! It's Bestway 1027 (Leaf Stitch Jumper), also available at the Fab40s website. I zoomed in to examine the detail, and it's definitely the right pattern. Now I need to track down Sarah's cardigan with the diamonds and embroidered flowers and I'll be completely happy, and will have enough patterns to keep me busy for the next few months.

~ Bridget

Jeanne

I'm even more impressed with the costume designers' work now -- either they have used extant period garments or have used period patterns to make new ones. Either way, Lucinda Wright and Howard Burden deserve a round of applause!

And well done, Bridget!

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