Hoodie Homespun Version Pattern (Knit)

SKU: 50323 3

This knit vest pattern is made with bulky weight yarn and has an intermediate level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 3 - Intermediate
Project Type
Vest
Yarn Used
Homespun - 790
Pattern Gauge
10 sts + 20 rows = 4 inches [10 cm] in Garter st (knit every row).
Pattern Size Options
1X, L, M, S
Pattern Sizing Information
Pattern is written for smallest size with changes for larger sizes in parentheses. When only one number is given, it applies to all sizes. To follow pattern more easily, circle all numbers pertaining to your size before beginning.
Pattern Yarn Weight
5 Bulky
Dimensions Detail
Finished Chest 35 (38.5, 41.5, 45)" [89 (98, 105.5, 114.5) cm]. Length 26 (27, 28, 28.5)" [66 (68.5, 71, 72.5) cm.
Pattern Craft
Knit
Made For
Adult

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Lydia Crocker
Great Vest without the hood!

I just completed this vest, including the hood. The hood is the ugliest hood I've ever seen on a knitted article of clothing. Even if the shape of the hood was pleasing, the 2 strands of yarn make it much too heavy and uncomfortable. After I ripped out the hood, I proceeded to pick up and knit stitches from the bottom of the front left side of the vest, all the way up, around the neck and down the other side. Then I knitted in garter stitch, back and forth on size 11 circular needles until I had completed 4 ridges, then cast off all stitches. The resulting vest is beautiful with a very attractive band around the open front panels and the neck. I did not make buttonholes in the original vest, so if I decide to add buttons, they will go on the added band.

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Lydia Crocker
Great Vest without the hood!

I just completed this vest, including the hood. The hood is the ugliest hood I've ever seen on a knitted article of clothing. Even if the shape of the hood was pleasing, the 2 strands of yarn make it much too heavy and uncomfortable. After I ripped out the hood, I proceeded to pick up and knit stitches from the bottom of the front left side of the vest, all the way up, around the neck and down the other side. Then I knitted in garter stitch, back and forth on size 11 circular needles until I had completed 4 ridges, then cast off all stitches. The resulting vest is beautiful with a very attractive band around the open front panels and the neck. I did not make buttonholes in the original vest, so if I decide to add buttons, they will go on the added band.