There were three more pattern leaflets that she designed for Wendy in the display of her archive at Norwich Castle Museum earlier this month. All three date from the 1970s, and I had already picked out two of them as possible Elizabeth Forster designs when I was sorting Wendy pattern leaflets in the Knitting & Crochet Guild collection two years ago. I knew that she had done a lot of work for Wendy Wools and that her designs were often inspired by her travels, so I kept an eye out for likely leaflets. Leaflets 1593 and 1721 were two of those I thought were hers. (I think that I was probably right about the others that I picked, too, but that hasn't yet been confirmed.)
The third Wendy pattern on show in Norwich is not one I had picked as a possible Elizabeth Forster, because it is less obviously 'ethnic'. But it might be based on a motif she saw somewhere - in a mosaic maybe? The yoke pattern with its expanding diamonds and graduated colours is a very nice effect, and it's a classic sweater shape that you could knit now with very little alteration.