To keep those needles clicking, and yarn sales in action, Bernhard Ullman continues to publish several pattern books. One of which is New Stoles and Cover-ups -- To Knit and Crochet. It's volume 27, and sold for 20 cents (the same as a tank of gas).
No 650 - Crocheted Stole is attractively stitched in two complimentary colors graces the front cover.
No 649 - Knitted Stole (on left) in thick and thin yarn
No 646 - Hairpin Lace Stole (on right) is made in strips on a 3 inch loom and highlighted with metallic thread.
No 655 Knitted Shrug (middle top) with three quarter sleeves and ribbed banding.
No 647 - Old Fashioned Feather Fan Pattern Stitch with long fringed ends.
No 652 - Triangle Shawl knit in jumbo yarns.
No 653 - Ribbed Stole dotted with Pearls measures 20 x 68 inches.
No 648 - Quick Knit Stole in Jumbo Yarn or Knitting Worsted
No 651 - Evening Camisole and Cover-up (center top); perfect evening attire.
No 645 - Crazy Daisy Stole is crocheted with 365 crazy daisies.
No 644 - Crocheted Triangle Stole with randomly placed sequins
No 654 - Angora Cape Stole - wraps you like luxury itself.
And that's it. Twelve patterns in all; 8 knitted and 4 crochet. Stoles and Cover-ups were coveted accessories in this time period, and Bernhard did a very job indeed.
These patterns are listed in my shop individually, should you be interested. Either way, I hope that you enjoyed the photo journal of this vintage book.
Thanks for dropping by,