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Pop culture and op art dominated the fashions of the 1960s immortalised by the iconic designs of one of the decade's style queens, Mary Quant. Socks were pulled up high to meet soaring hemlines and fun and freedom were in vogue. A decade remembered for youth-driven revolution, 1965 also saw the launch of boutique baby brand Peter Pan with its cherished logo featuring a mischievous pan figure followed by winged cherubic fairies, which dance across the page and even hide amongst the knitwear.

Please be aware that archive leaflets are genuine historical working documents. They have been professionally scanned straight from our pattern library for you to enjoy. Many are over half a century old and as such, they may not be in pristine condition. Some even include handwritten annotations from our design team, which we think only adds to their charm. Many of the yarns used for the vintage patterns have been discontinued long ago and we are therefore sadly unable to offer yarn or pattern support for any of our archive leaflets.



Fairisle Yoke Jacket
Jumper
Lady's Dress
Suit
Sweater
Sweater
Sweater and Hood
Sweater
Sweater and Cap
Cardigan and Socks
Jacket
His and Her Sweater
Sleeveless Dress
Dress and Socks
Mary Quant Blazer
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