Named as a tribute to the ultimate fall food - pumpkin pie - this pattern is a fun little waistcoat, designed for those cool autumn (or spring) days where you just need an extra layer but not a full sweater. It has neat pockets for storing all kinds of goodies. Pepo Pie is nearly seamless--knit in one piece to the armholes, then split into fronts/back, and the shoulders are later joined with a three needle bind off. The only bits left to seam are the pockets, and even seam phobic me can handle that!
20 sts and 24 rows = 4" / 10 cm in St st,
washed and blocked
On any given day, Joeli enjoys the roles of mathematician, tech editor, designer, but mostly mom. She grew up in America but is now enjoying life in England with her husband, rambunctious toddler and squirmy baby. She puts up with the wildness though because 1) the boys make awfully cute models and 2) they put up with wearing all the handknits!