Here's a small selection from those that aren't boring. The first two are very typical of the late 40s.
|Emu 151 - Sports Jumper|
Stranded knitting across the shoulders of sweaters and cardigans was very popular at the time, as well as more traditional Fair Isle designs. This is a nice one: the blue flowers on white have a kind of peasant feel, and the little collar is a neat touch.
|Emu 171 - Hungarian Blouse|
|Emu 201 - Cap-sleeve Sweater|
I do like the cap sleeve sweater very much. It is much more New Look, worn with a full skirt and the waist more defined. It's not very clear from the cover photo what's going on in the design, but I like the neat neckline, and there might be some shoulder detail - I'll have to look at the pattern.
|Emu 259 - Cardigan in Crescent Stitch|
|Emu 296 - Tuck-in Blouse|
Finally, I have picked a couple of designs in double knitting wool. The ladies' jackets still look very definitely 1950s, but the pullover in honeycomb stitch looks more like early 1960s to me - sweaters with big collars were very popular then. (Either I am completely wrong about the dating, or Emu were not very consistent about numbering consecutively - leaflet 82 is much later than leaflet 151 and all the rest.)
|Emu 396 - Two Ladies' Jackets|
|Emu 83 - Honeycomb Stitch Pullover|