Free Pattern Alert! Knit Princess Diana’s Iconic Black Sheep Sweater & Support Doctors Without Borders!

Free Pattern Alert! Knit Princess Diana’s Iconic Black Sheep Sweater & Support Doctors Without Borders!

LOL, you have to love Princess Diana and how clever she was with messaging …

You can help keep Diana’s life’s work alive by downloading Muir and Osborne’s iconic black sheep sweater pattern and donating to Doctors Without Borders. The pattern is free, even without a donation, but please donate if you can. Doctors Without Borders does good work around the globe.

Knit Princess Diana's Iconic Black Sheep Sweater and Support Doctors Without Borders!

Knit Princess Diana's Iconic Black Sheep Sweater and Support Doctors Without Borders!

Get the pattern, make a donation.

p.s. The New Yorker recently covered the return of the black sheep sweater, including its appearance in The Crown.


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    I have the original of the Princess Diana pattern in a scrapbook.
    I have a large collection of almost every weekly magazine pattern published in the 80s, 90s to date. Suffice to say there’s a lot of mohair & intarsia styles.
    Had to smile as a pattern from the 80s was recently republished – no mention was made of its origin !

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      Bonjour, pouvez-vous partager le motif du mouton svp? Voici mon adresse mail martinebreulet@yahoo.fr, c’est pour faire une surprise à une amie qui est en admiration devant ce pull? D’avance merci
      Martine Breulet

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      • Danielle

        Martine, the sweater is available with a donation to Doctors Without Borders. I am not able to email it to you.

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