"Chilly Morning Cosycoat" was originally published in the 1918 edition of Fleisher's Knitting & Crocheting Manual, as was the "Anita" Bolero Jacket (below)
As always, the talented Piecework staff and photographers have made my designs look like a million bucks. I LOVE the cuffs on those stockings, and when my tree trunk legs are thinner, I'm going to wear those suckers while I swan around the neighborhood. That little sleeveless jacket is so cute, I'm really pleased with how it came out. And the bolero jacket is interesting to knit, the body is knit vertically from edge to edge in one piece (sleeve are knit side to side too). My crocheting skills were just good enough to produce buttonholes on the jacket. It's a really modern looking take on the Edwardian era garter stitch cardigan -- 1900s knitters seemed to love a garter stitch jacket.
Anyways, I'm a little bit famous :-) There are tons of neat patterns in this issue -- if you love Downton Abbey (as I do), you'll definitely want to buy this one!