Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1935 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a Brownie cap.

2) Knit a garment introducing a fancy stitch; 

or

Knit a pair of socks.

1938 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a child's cap, or bonnet, or a Brownie cap.

2) Knit a garment introducing a fancy stitch; 

or

Knit a pair of socks.

1939 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a child's cap, or bonnet, or a Brownie cap.

2) Knit a garment introducing a fancy stitch; 

or

Knit a pair of socks.

1943 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a child's cap, or bonnet, or a Brownie cap.

2) Kit a garment introducing a fancy stitch, or knit a pair of socks.

1947 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a child's cap, or bonnet, or a Brownie cap.

2) Knit a garment introducing a fancy stitch, or knit a pair of socks.

1950 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a child's cap, or bonnet, or a Brownie cap.

2) Knit a garment introducing a fancy stitch, or knit a pair of socks.

1953 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a garment, introducing a fancy stitch.

2) Knit a pair of socks or gloves, using four needles.

3) Show ability to follow a printed pattern.

1957 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a garment, introducing a fancy stitch.

2) Knit a pair of socks or gloves, using four needles.

3) Be able to follow printed directions.

1960 POR - Knitter Badge


1) Knit a garment, introducing a fancy stitch.

2) Knit a pair of socks or gloves, using four needles.

3) Be able to follow printed directions.

1961 (July) POR - Knitter Badge

1) Knit a garment, introducing a fancy stitch.
2) Knit a pair of socks or gloves, using two or four needles.
3) Be able to follow printed directions.
1963 (February) POR Amendments - Knitter Badge

1) Knit a garment, introducing a fancy stitch.
2) Knit a pair of socks or gloves, or mittens with thumbs, using two or four needles.
3) Be able to follow printed directions.
1964 (March) POR - Knitter Badge

1) Knit a garment, introducing a fancy stitch.
2) Knit a pair of socks or gloves, or mittens with thumbs, using two or four needles.
3) Be able to follow printed directions.
1965 (July) POR - Knitter Badge

1) Knit a garment, introducing a fancy stitch.
2) Knit a pair of socks or gloves, or mittens with thumbs, using two or four needles.
3) Be able to follow printed directions.

1973 Brownie Handbook - Knitter Badge


You may knit or crochet.

1) Choose your own pattern and, following the printed directions, make a garment using at least two different stitches.

2) Make something of your own choice: gloves, mittens with thumbs, a shaped beret, a set of three fancy mats or something similar.

1980 Brownie Handbook - Knitter Badge


You may knit or crochet.

1) Choose your own pattern and, following the printed directions, make a garment using at least two different stitches.

2) Make something else of your own choice:

gloves, mittens with thumbs, a shaped beret, a set of three fancy mats or something similar.

1983 Brownie Handbook - Knitter Badge

You may knit or crochet.
1) Choose your own pattern and, following the printed directions, make a garment using at least two different stitches.
2) Make something else of your own choice: mittens with thumbs, a bobble hat, a set of three fancy mats or something similar.

1987 Brownie Badge Book - Knitter Badge


You may knit or crochet.

1) Choose your own pattern and, following the printed directions, make a garment using at least two different stitches.

2) Make something else of your own choice: mittens with thumbs, a bobble hat, a set of three fancy mats or something similar.

N.B. One item may be made on a knitting machine if desired.

1989 Brownie Badge Book - Knitter Badge

You may knit or crochet.
1) Choose your own pattern and, following the printed directions, make a garment using at least two different stitches.
2) Make something else of your own choice: mittens with thumbs, a bobble hat, a set of three fancy mats or something similar.
N.B. One item may be made on a knitting machine if desired.

1991 - Knitter becomes a Staged Badge.

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