I love old patterns too! You just can't beat those poses- classic! Scarlett x
I just snap my fingers and he comes running.
It wasn't until I got to the fourth picture that I realised you had added the captions - I thought they were some strange seventies marketing campaigns! Love these pictures x Jane
Haha, they're all a bit nudge nudge!You've cheered me up, thanks Liz xxx
Just catching up! Brill photos, I've got some too, hilarious! I love the little table you've painted! :) x
So funny. Whenever someone compliments me on an outfit I'll go into a 60's/70's pose...fake surprise, point at sky, sassy hands on hips...most people think I'm nuts. I think I'm hysterical. The last caption "My hair is better than your hair." Connie*
One of the things I love about my vintage patterns are the poees, they are so cheesy
Tee hee - your captions gave me a good giggle. They do seem to take it all very seriously, don't they!xx
Yeah, the poses are great!The last one... I thought about: 'See, with this wig he thinks I am a woman' ;-)
I have a couple of great ones, I must dig them out. Who knew 'double knitting' was an euphemism?x
I love this post! Some of their expressions are just so comical! :) x
Ooh I have the caption..." Is your Sweater itching You like mine love"...Thanks for making me smile Liz :)hehe...Love Maria x
Hilarious :o)Missing caption?If he doesn't unhand me I'll land him a fourpenny one!
Brilliant, aren't they? I pick up old patterns in charity shops - can't knit, I use them to make birthday cards with my own hilarious captions, usually featuring the name of the recipient and usually highly vulgar... xxxx
I have some older ones (B&W) and they're just as bad. All the men with vests are in horse riding gear, or something outdoorsy, with their male friends. As a kid I was so curious about the lovely poised feet from the sock patterns. And everyone was just so gosh darned beautiful and happy!! This was a great post. Wendy
Haha your captions are great!
I love your captions! The poses on these old patterns are always funny. I like it when they grin inanely into the distance. That last one looks like the woman's being restrained a bit! xxx
I love these. The second one looks like his poking her in the eye!!Karen
Ha! These just crack me up. Fun post!
I knitted that cardigan on the second pattern! I wore it for ages.
Neat. I have a thing for old Paton's patterns. Thanks.
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