I’m breaking my knitting needles patting myself on the back. First after a month and a half of being chained to my laptop, I got my website up and running with a snazzy shopping cart, and now I figured out how to have patterns available for download. Now that I got this one figured out and up there, I’ll be adding more! Here’s the blurb for the vest, because I know you want to know . . .
This knit vest with simple shaping is easy enough for a beginner. Worked on size 13 needles using my lovely thick-and-thin Hand-dyed Scandia wool yarn. It is worked in one piece to underarms, then divided for fronts and back. No seaming! The shoulders are worked together using a 3-needle bind-off, which is explained in the pattern.
You can download the pattern as a pdf file. And, you can buy the yarn to knit it! One-stop-shopping! I’m feeling a little slap happy because I worked on it until 3am, slept about 4 hours, and then got up and went right back at it. Ruby was not happy with me because I only took her for 2 walks today because I was so “focused”. In fact, she’s wanting me to walk her right now. But at 10:30pm, I have to just say no. That’s what doggie doors are for.