Shawl Collar Embrace Vest

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Shawl Collar Embrace Vest Pattern

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Knitting: Shawl Collar Embrace Vest
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women

Item:

Sweater

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

NOTE: This pattern is available at www.Knit Picks.com should you wish to purchase the pattern and yarn at the same time.

Shawl Collar Embrace, the third in a series of Embraceable vests, is warm, cozy and stylish. As with the first two, it is knit sideways using a bulky weight yarn and has short row shaping above and below the waist. Seed stitch takes center stage for the waist and shawl collar, it's texture adding interest to the simple stockinette stitch body. Crocheted loops make sure your favorite buttons are shown off to their best advantage.

Pattern is suitable for an advanced beginner and includes detailed instructions for each half of the vest and instructions or web links for each technique.

Finished Size: Small (36"), Medium (40"), Large (46"), includes 1" of ease; Within reason, sizes can increase in 1" increments with additional width added to your own specifications.

Notes: Vest is worked sideways. You will knit the left half of the vest and then the right half, joining them with Kitchener stitch in the center back.

Gauge:

3 stitches and 4 rows per inch

Vest is worked sideways. You will knit the left half of the vest and then the right half, joining them with Kitchener stitch in the center back.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small (36"), Medium (40"), Large (46")

Materials:

  • US 10.5 circular needle, 24" or longer
  • I/9 crochet hook for button loops
  • 3 buttons

Suggested yarn:

440 yards of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Knit Picks Biggo

Colorway:

Green Tea Heather

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It seems like I?ve always been a fiber junkie. My maternal grandmother taught me to sew and crochet when I was a little girl. In the early 1990s, I studied fashion design at Washington University in St. Louis and opened my first fiber-related business - Studio #96 in St. Charles, Missouri. I worked for several years with an artist who painted original designs on silk fabric which I then ...

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