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  • Daisy Brambletoes

    The Duke of Windsor, briefly the uncrowned Edward VIII

  • Levi Roberts

    Vintage Fair Isle Knitting « | Skiff Vintage Knitting | 1940s ...

  • Philip Martian

    The Duke of Windsor in a Fair Isle sweater and carrying one of his Cairn terriers.

  • Lisa of Hopewell

    Ultimate 1920s men's fashion icon--The Prince of Wales Fair Isle knitting became extremely fashionable in the 1920's. The Prince of Wales is credited with starting the trend.

  • Linda McMurtrie

    Duke of Windsor's Fair Isle. Love the little dog too!

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