Pringle of Scotland

Friday, October 12th, 2007
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Pringle is most beloved among knitters for envisioning this beautiful sweater:

Pringle of Scotland

For proof, here are its many appearances.

Free knock-off patterns: a beautiful pattern for the cardigan version, and one in Portugese
Patterns you have to buy: from Phildar (both in nº 478 and nº 480), Rebecca, Lion Brand’s Cable Luxe Maxi, and an ok version at Jennifer Knits
Other versions within the klogosphere: from Svetlana and Mimi
Prêt-à-porter: Victoria’s Secret, The Gap, and Old Navy.
I found a lot of these links here. There are lots of good photos there too.

I wanted to see whether they had any other beauties in their most recent collection. Here are my favourites.

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3 Comments to “Pringle of Scotland”

  1. The top sweater has been adapted by a knitter online somewhere. I can’t remember the blogger’s name at the moment, but she did a pretty good job. Also, Debbie Bliss has a take on it. I agree with you. It’s gorgeous.

    Comment by Jocelyn
    October 12, 2007 @
    8:48 am
  2. Yeah, those patterns will be appearing in tomorrow’s Saturday, Pattern Day :) I’ll put them up on this post too, for the sake of people reading my archives. Thanks for reminding me, I forgot to do that!

    Comment by Eve
    October 12, 2007 @ 8:53 am
  3. I saw a new Phildar catalogue today that wasn’t on the website last night, perhaps it’ll be up in the next couple of days. I also noticed that they had a ready to wear version of that sweater in the shop.

    Comment by Emma in France
    October 12, 2007 @ 4:28 pm

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