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  1. Free crochet pattern: Do Your Wooly Vest - click here: Do Your Wooly Vest!
  2. Click here for the free pattern: Do Your Cottony Vest
  3. I saw this pattern and I knew this would be perfect or my favorite "Rosie"! I went to Michael's yesterday and got a couple skeins of the new Caron Cakes yarn. This particular color is Cherry Chip. She has been asking since yesterday if her "coat" was done, so she was absolutely delighted when I told her today that it was. It's so easy to do! I did have a problem with part of the pattern, but after ripping row 9 apart the 3rd time I finally figured it out.. The instructions weren't exactly easy to understand in that particular part, mainly because it's worded a little differently than I'm used to. Oh, and I guess I should mention that the pattern came from The Lavender Chair. And there's also a matching Adult version, so I plan to make another one for myself so we can have a 'Mommy and Me Matching Set!'
  4. Here is a camo baby set I crocheted for a friend's baby boy due in June. She and her husband just love camo stuff so I figured I do this set in all camo for the new baby. The booties were made using the cuffed sock booties pattern and the vest was crocheted using the V-neck baby vest pattern. I used Red Heart 971 Camo yarn.
  5. This crocheted cabled vest is made using caron simply soft (about 1.5 skeins) http://www.thelavenderchair.com/2015/04/15/free-crochet-cabled-vest-pattern/
  6. Here is another crocheted baby sweater vest I made for a co-worker who is expecting his first grandson in a few months. I used this baby sweater pattern but made it a bit smaller to fit about 6-12 month old child. I used teal fingering yarn together with some vintage Von-cott sport yarn held together to crochet the vest. The button is a cute little bunny rabbit but you can't see it very well as the picture got small when I uploaded it but if you click on the photo it gets supersized.
  7. Here is a newborn baby vest I crocheted. This is a simple sweater vest pattern that is worked side to side. This is going to be a baby gift for a co-worker's daughter.
  8. This easy side-to-side vest pattern is now up on my blog. The available size is 46" bust and hips but if you are familiar with modular crochet you can easily modify this for your own size. The pattern is here.
  9. This Stylish Vest is a versatile layer that will leave you totally enchanted! Wear it with jeans or pair it with your favorite dress to add a fabulous fashion statement of your own! This crochet vest is a super standout look for the season and an A-list accessory to wear all day long. This is fun and easy crochet pattern! Finished design measures 21½ inches wide (in diameter) and the back panel is 15 inches long x 7¼ inches wide (at widest point). Size comparable to an adult S/M. Stylish Vest Crochet Pattern Peace, Love and Happy Crafting!
  10. This is a seed stitch vest that I made for knit-a-square. This is meant for their winter season so it's done in Acrylic yarn. You would want to use Cotton for a summer tank top. Some details: Stitches Used: Single and Double Crochet Front and Back, width = 13.5 inches x 17 inches (before straps) Straps = 3.25 wide x 8 inches tall Completed Rows: 42 rows = 17 inches high Worsted Weight Yarn: Caron 1 Pound, Blue and Tan Gauge: 3.05 stitches per inches and 2.5 rows per inch Hook Size: I / 5.5 mm U can download the PDF with full instructions at the link below. http://crochetpatterns09.blogspot.com/2012/08/versitile-caron-tank-top-vest.html Thanks!! Heather
  11. This season-spanning top is deceptively easy to crochet. Worked side-to-side in one piece, the openwork stitch allows the yarn to go a long way while showing up the colors to perfection. Most importantly, the long color changes in Noro yarn mean there are only a couple of ends to weave in. You can get gauge in either the lighter weight Kureyon Sock, or the slightly heavier weight Silk Garden Sock. Noro Vest
  12. When shopping a couple months ago, I cam across a pretty, lacy, crochet-like vest-thing. Rather than buy it, I got it into my head that I'd crochet one. Alas! I can't find a similar pattern. It doesn't help that it's hard to find a name to call it. Vest? Bolero? Wrap? It's been quite difficult to even find pictures of something similar, let alone a pattern. Here are the few I found: http://www.yarnmarket.com/projects/Womens_Vests-Sari_Lacy_Vest-464.html http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006QGBPXI/ref=asc_df_B006QGBPXI1928347?tag=thefind0005520-20&creative=395261&creativeASIN=B006QGBPXI&linkCode=asn
  13. I was invited to my GGN's birthday. I had no idea what to get for her. I procrastinated and came up with the Wee Vest from Lion Brand website. I hope it attaches to this post. If not, please see my blog listed in my signature. I took liberties and added a button and pom pom to it. I wish I had more time to finish the edges. I finished it at two o'clock this morning. The party was at noon today. Thanks for looking.
  14. I have published a pattern on Ravelry for Kiki, a Tunisian crochet vest pattern using primarily the honeycomb stitch. If you are familiar with Tunisian crochet, I think you will enjoy making this vest. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/kiku-vest
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