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1 Valkyrie Vest Lisa Shroyer 2 Robert’s Houndstooth Vest Marilyn Murphy 3 Classic Camel Vest Tara Jon Manning

4 Shadowy Vest Marilyn Murphy
Vest 5 EcoHimmelberg Katie

or views advertised in this publication. Interweave Knits and Knitting Daily do not recommend. The man in your life will get a lot of wear out of this one! Eco Vest: Katie Himmelman’s cardigan vest is a real treat to knit and to wear. We hope these patterns will help you welcome the vest to your wardrobe! Shadowy Vest: Marilyn Murphy created this vest for kids. You should. when you just want a little layer over your T-shirt. and views advertised in Knits or Knitting Daily. products. Classic Camel Vest: Tara Jon Manning’s vest will never go out of style. The cable work is interesting and fun to work. services. and she used a really fun stitch pattern: the Shadow Stripe Pattern.Knitted Vest Patterns from knittingdaily Vests are a wonderful addition to everyone’s wardrobe. either.com 1 Valkyrie Vest 2 Robert’s Houndstooth Vest Marilyn Murphy 3 Classic Camel Vest Tara Jon Manning 4 Shadowy Vest Marilyn Murphy 5 Eco Vest Katie Himmelberg Lisa Shroyer PAGE 2 PAGE 10 PAGE 12 PAGE 15 PAGE 17 PAGE 19 MAKE A KNIT VEST: 5 FREE KNITTED VEST PATTERNS FROM KNITTING DAILY A Knitting Daily eBook edited by Kathleen Cubley E D I T O R I A L S TA F F EDITOR. Table of Contents presented by knittingdaily 1 . This vest can work in the office or in the field. Nor does Knits or Knitting Daily evaluate the advertisers’ claims in any way. use your own judgment in evaluating the advertisers. so you can use many of your little one’s favorite colors. it’s a quick knit that you’ll wear again and again. it has a wonderful drape for casual or corporate style. and the vest is designed for worsted-weight yarn. KnittingDaily. so there aren’t a lot of seams to deal with. Knit at a gauge of 5 stitches per inch. or endorse any of the advertisers. products. It’s knit in one piece. Robert’s Houndstooth Vest: Marilyn Murphy’s man’s vest is a V-neck worked in a houndstooth pattern with two colors. KNITTING DAILY Kathleen Cubley CREATIVE SERVICES PHOTOGRAPHY Janice Tapia Chris Hartlove (unless otherwise noted) ILLUSTRATION Gayle Ford DESIGNER Glossary Projects and information are for inspiration and personal use only. This stitch combines a multicolored yarn with a solid. therefore. Make a Knit Vest: 5 FREE Have fun. Here are five free knitted vest patterns for you! Valkyrie Vest: Lisa Shroyer’s vest is so stylish and unique. approve. They’re perfect for early spring and fall. services. Kathleen Cubley Editor. so the yarn choice is almost endless. Knit on size 10½ needles.

so I started traveling the cables out and achieved a winged effect. Gauge: 14 sts and 22 rows = 4" in St st on larger needle. 36. 551⁄2)" hip circumference. I was inspired by the yarn: It’s a plump plied wool that makes cables pop. A vertical panel seemed boring. 49)" actual bust measurement and 38 (42.5 mm): 24" circular (cir). Vest shown measures 311⁄2" bust. 5. modeled with about 101⁄2" negative ease at bust and some positive ease at hip (see Notes about sizing).knittingdaily. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Notions: Markers (m). keep center three purl stitches aligned from row to row.” —Lisa Shroyer This garment is designed to be worn with negative ease at the bust and positive ease over the belly and hips. the Valkyrie Vest. the deep neckline can adjust for up to 10" of negative ease across the bust. Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. The bust size is relevant.Valkyrie Vest design by Lisa Shroyer Originally published in Interweave Knits Weekend. 2009 Finished Size: 27 (311⁄2. 47. 46. The sizes are intended for women with about 37 (41.com . When working shifting cables charts. 4 (4. 185 yd [169 m]/100 g): #134 avocado. Smaller women can wear the size 27" for a looser. cable needle (cn). Needles: Sizes 8 (5 mm) and 9 (5. 51. more casual look. Hence. 6) skeins. 25 sts of charted panel = 5" wide on larger needle. Yarn: Lion Brand LB Collection Organic Wool (100% wool. 401⁄2)" bust circumference and 42 (461⁄2. tapestry needle. Skill Level: Intermediate. 24 sts and 24 rows = 4" in shifting cables patt on larger needle. stitch holders. but the hip/hem measurement is just as important for choosing a size. Notes Kathyrn Martin “This is my perfect weekend sweater: It’s escapism knitting at its best. 51)" actual hip measurement. with fun stitch patterns in a big gauge that knits up quickly.

k1. 8) sts to the right—27 (31. 35. 19) sts. Left back: Next row: (WS) Sl 1. Place sts on holder. Left front: (WS) Work Row 10 of chart to m. change to Back Shifting Cables chart for your size. move chart m 1 st to the right—21 sts between m and end of row. Work Rows 9–30 (17–42. CO 81 (89. and move last chart m 8 sts to the left—41 sts between m. Change to larger needle. 73) sts between m. Next row: (RS) Sl 1 wyb. 33) sts rem. move chart m 0 (0. turn. With RS facing. Next row: (WS) Purl to m. Place sts on holder. work Row 16 of chart to m. 8. move chart m 1 st to the right—21 sts between m and end of row. 39) sts between m and end of row. 29) sts between m and end of row. k1 (5. Work Rows 17–24 (25–32. 25–50) of chart between m and end of row—21 (25. ssk. Work even in patt through last row of chart. 81) sts between m. 29. Next row: (RS) Sl 1. With RS facing. Cont in patt through Row 16 of chart. Work Rows 9–12 of chart between m. ssk. k1. move chart m 8 sts to the right—11 sts between m. p1. Right back: With WS facing. 29. With RS facing. Next row: (WS) Work in patt to last 2 sts. Work Rows 17–42 (25–50. 95) sts rem. p1. Divide for neck: Mark center st. join yarn. Next row: (RS) Sl 1 pwise with yarn in back (wyb). BO 5 sts at beg of next row—29 (33. 34) sts rem each side. 37) sts between m and end of row. ending with a WS row. knit Kathyrn Martin to m. 4) sts to the left—57 (65. 17–50) of chart between m. work 19 sts according to Row 7 of Right Back chart. Move m as before—57 sts between m. p1. Work Rows 1 and 2 of Rib chart once. when Rows 1–6 of chart have been worked 9 times. 25–50. Cont in patt until piece measures 9" from CO. work Row 8 of Right Back chart to m. CO 1 st using the backwardloop method (see Glossary). 17–24) of chart between m and end of row. 35.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily Back With smaller needle. purl to last 2 sts. purl to end. work Row 1 of Cable chart to m. k1. 73. 29. move chart m 8 sts to the left—11 sts between m. Move rst chart m 0 (0. 13). 8. 77. Cont in patt through Row 24 of chart. work Rows 1–8 of Front Shifting Cables chart for your size between m. knit to last 4 sts. knit to last 21 sts. move chart m 6 (8. 8) sts to the right—27 (29. Shape sides: Note: Cables shift before side shaping is complete. p1. At the same time. purl to m. 19. p1. Next row: (RS) Sl 1 pwise wyb. pm. 33) sts rem. With RS facing. Cont with side shaping. work in patt to last 4 sts. 5. With RS facing. work in patt to end of row. 85) sts rem. 8) sts to the right and last chart m 0 (4. With RS facing. k1. knit to last 2 sts. working Row 11 of chart. BO center 17 sts. then work Rows 3 and 4 of chart 6 times. 73. Rep Dec row every 8th row 4 more times—71 (79. 0. 2) sts to the right—27 (31. move chart m 0 (2. 9–16) of chart between m. p1. k1. Move rst chart m 8 sts to the right. p1. BO 5 sts at beg of next 2 rows—61 (69. 0. Move rst chart m 8 sts to the right. Work Rows 9–16 (17–24. p1. k2—2 sts dec’d. k1—22 (26. 9. Shape armhole: Cont in patt. Next row: (WS) Sl 1 pwise with yarn in front (wyf). Work Rows 9–16 of chart between m. work in St st to end. work in patt to 1 st before center st. k1. Work Rows 17–20 of chart between m and end of row. 9–38. p1. 105) sts. 9–16. work Row 1 of chart to m. 97. and move last chart m 8 sts to the left—41 sts between m. 41) sts rem. work Row 15 of chart to m. Dec row: (RS) K2. k1—21 (25. Next row: (RS) Cont in patt. k2—21 (25. work Row 1 of chart to last 2 sts. k1. 0. p1. 87. pm. Next row: (RS) Work in St st to m. read through the foll sections before proceeding. 30. Shape armholes: Cont in patt. 8) sts to the left—57 (65. 1) of Left Front chart over 11 (11. knit to m. 6. p1. 37. Work even in patt through last row of chart. Do not join. working reps and placing markers (pm) as indicated on chart. Work Rows 1–8 of chart between m. work in St st to Front Valkyrie Vest presented by knittingdaily 3 . Work as for back to end of Cable chart. Place right-back sts on holder. work Row 5 (1. Shape back neck: (RS) Sl 1 pwise wyb. Place right-front sts on holder. k2tog. 33) sts rem. Move rst chart m 0 (4. pm. work 19 sts according to Row 7 of Left Back chart. 8. 4) sts to the right and last chart m 0 (0. Working Row 9 of chart. Next row: (RS) Sl 1 pwise wyb. 29. With RS facing. 25–32. purl to end. k2tog. Work 2 more rows in patt. work Row 8 of Left Back chart to m.

17–24) of chart between beg of row and m. working chart between m. Do not join. work Row 5 (1. 6. k1. working chart between m. 88.5) cm of Right Front chart over 11 (11.5. p1. Cont in patt through Row 16 of chart. 45. 37. and beg at center of underarm. 12. Weave in loose ends. 8¾. 5½" 14 cm Finishing 15¾" 40 cm front & back 21 (23¼.5. move chart m 1 st to the left—21 sts between beg of row and m. With WS facing. With RS facing. work Rows 1–8 of chart once. work Rows 1–8 of chart once. work in patt to end. 27¾)" 53. 60. With RS facing. Cont in patt. 35. 8. With RS facing. working Row 11 of chart. 29) sts between beg of row and m. Work 2 more rows in patt. RS facing. k1. Cont in patt. 25½. All sizes: Place sts on holder. 8) sts to the left—27 (29. 70. 35. p1. 25–50. RS facing. Working Row 9 of chart (beg at center of chart). 22. Sizes 36 (40½)" only: With RS facing. Sizes 36 (40½)"only: With RS facing. Sew side seams. 19) sts. 39) sts between beg of row and m.5 (20. 65. move left chart m 8 sts to the right—11 sts between m. 9¼)" 18. 25–32. Do not join. 37) sts between beg of row and m. Work Rows 17–21 of chart between beg of row and m. Cont in patt. pm. Next row: (WS) Sl 1 wyf. 2) sts to the left—27 (31. Cont in patt. join shoulders using three-needle BO (see Glossary). work in St st to last 13 (13. Right front: With RS facing. picking up 1 st in shoulder seam—52 (56. work Row 10 of chart to end. With WS facing. where wool vests are extremely practical. Work Rows 17–42 (25–50. With RS tog and larger needle. 18. 51. move chart m 0 (2. Next row: (RS) Work in patt to last 2 sts. 21) sts. Armhole edging: With smaller cir needle. 25–50) of chart between beg of row and m—21 (25. and beg at center back neck. 4¾. 21. 92) sts total. With RS facing. move right chart m 8 sts to the left—11 sts between m. Shape armhole: Cont in patt. BO all sts kwise. BO 5 sts at beg of next row—29 (33. 29.5) cm presented by knittingdaily 4 . pick up and knit 1 st for every BO or slipped st around entire neck edge. move chart m 6 (8. pick up and knit 1 st for each BO or slipped st around entire armhole. 20¼)" 34. p1. 8) sts to the left—27 (31. 29. Work Rows 17–24 (25–32. k1.5 (59. Use yarn tail to join short seam in edging at center-back neck. 14) cm back armhole: 7¼ (8. 19. move chart m 0 (0. o LISA SHROYER is the editor of Knitscene. 33) sts rem. Block pieces as desired. Use yarn tail to sew short seam in edging at underarm. move chart m 1 st to the left—21 sts between beg of row and m. 64) sts total. Next row: (WS) Purl to m. 1) 3½ (4¼. work in patt to end of row. picking up 1 st at bottom of V-neck—80 (84. 5. With RS facing. 23.5) cm Valkyrie Vest 13½ (15¾.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily last 2 sts. 5½)" 9 (11. 0.5 (40. join yarn. k1. p1. All sizes: Place sts on holder. BO all sts kwise. Next row: (RS) Cont in patt. through Row 8 of chart. She lives in North Carolina. 41) sts rem. Neck edging: With smaller cir needle. Next row: (RS) Sl 1 pwise wyb. through Row 8 of chart.

hold in back. k3 from cn Rib pattern repeat 3 1 sl 1 wyb on RS. k2. sl 1 wyf on WS no stitch cast on 1 st sl 1 wyb on RS. k2. k3. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k on WS yo k2tog k on RS. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k3. 36" 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 Valkyrie Vest presented by knittingdaily 5 . k3 from cn work 7 (8. hold in front. k2. 10) times Cable pattern repeat 5 Left Back/Right Front 7 5 3 1 3 1 Right Back/Left Front 7 5 3 1 marker position sl 2 sts onto cn. hold in back. p on WS p on RS. hold in back. k on WS yo k2tog ssk ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. sl 2 sts onto cn.p on RS. hold in front. k3. 10) times on (8. 9. sl 1 wyf on WS marker position no stitch castwork17st 9. size 27". sl 1 wyf on WS no stitch Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn. hold in front. k3 from cn Back Shifting Cables.

40½" cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn. hold in back. k2. sl 1 wyf on WS marker position no stitch sl 2 sts onto cn. p on WS p on RS. hold in front. k3 from cn 41 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 Valkyrie Vest presented by knittingdaily 6 . k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. p on WS p on RS. k3. k2. sl 1 wyf on WS no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. hold in back. hold in front.k on RS. size 31½". hold in front. hold in back. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k on WS yo k2tog ssk ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. k3. k3 from cn sl 1 wyb on RS. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k on WS yo k2tog k on RS. k3. k3 from cn 49 47 45 43 Back Shifting Cables. k2. sl 1 wyf on WS Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn.

hold in back. size 27" cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn. k2. sl 1 wyf on WS marker position Front Shifting Cables. k2. hold in front. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k2. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. hold in back. k3 from cn no stitch sl 2 sts onto cn. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. p on WS p on RS. k3. k on WS yo k2tog k on RS. k on WS yo k2tog ssk ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. k3. k3. hold in front.k on RS. hold in back. hold in front. p on WS p on RS. k3 from cn Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily sl 1 wyb on RS. sl 1 wyf on WS no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. k3 from cn 41 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 Valkyrie Vest presented by knittingdaily 7 . sl 1 wyf on WS no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn.

sl 1 wyf on WS Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn. sl 1 wyf on WS no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. k2. k on WS yo k2tog k on RS. k3 from cn sl 1 wyb on RS. size 31½". hold in front.k on RS. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k2. hold in back. hold in back. k3 from cn 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 sl 2 sts onto cn. p on WS p on RS. k on WS yo k2tog ssk ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. k3. 40½" no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn. hold in front. p on WS p on RS. k3. hold in front. k2. hold in back. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. sl 1 wyf on WS marker position Front Shifting Cables. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k3. k3 from cn 49 47 45 43 41 Valkyrie Vest presented by knittingdaily 8 .

hold in back. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn.k on RS. k on WS yo k2tog k on RS. k3. p on WS p on RS. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k3. sl 1 wyf on WS marker position Front Shifting Cables. p on WS p on RS. k2. hold in back. sl 1 wyf on WS no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat ssk sl 1 wyb on Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted VestRS. k2. hold in back. size 36" no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position 41 sl 2 sts onto cn. k2 from cn sl 3 sts onto cn. k3 from cn 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 Valkyrie Vest presented by knittingdaily 9 . hold in front. sl 1 wyf from KnittingDaily Patterns on WS no stitch cast on 1 st pattern repeat marker position sl 2 sts onto cn. k3 from cn sl 1 wyb on RS. k3 from cn 49 47 45 43 sl 2 sts onto cn. k on WS yo k2tog ssk ssk sl 1 wyb on RS. hold in front. hold in front. k2. k3.

k1. and what Robert will wear. 4. *sl 1. Bands— size 7 (4. rep from * to last 3 sts. rep from *. Row 2: Knit. Rep Rows 1–2 for patt. 175 yd [160 m])/100 g): #180 dark brown (A). Skill Level: Intermediate. Row 2: *P2. Row 1: (RS) With B. k2. p2. buttoned. end p2. k1 (edge st). The stitches I choose for knitting always tend toward texture and a woven look.com .knittingdaily. k1. end [k1tbl] 2 times. Houndstooth Pattern: (multiple of 3 sts + 2 edge sts) Note: Sl all sts pwise with yarn in back (wyb). Rep Rows 1–4 for patt. Rep Rnd 1 for patt.Robert’s Houndstooth Vest design by Marilyn Murphy Originally published in Interweave Knits Weekend. 15% polyester. k2. But vests—that’s another story. Vest shown measures 46¾". rep from *. sl 1. the pattern looks woven. Robert. *sl 1. rep from * to last st. I can’t help it—it’s the weaver in me—even when I’m knitting. Stitch Guide Kathyrn Martin Twisted 2×2 Rib in Rows: (multiple of 4 sts + 2) Note: Tbl stands for “through back loop. #162 light brown (B). doesn’t wear sweaters. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.” —Marilyn Murphy Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. keep in garter st). Twisted 2×2 Rib in Rnds: (multiple of 4 sts) Rnd 1: *[K1tbl] 2 times.5 mm): 40" cir. 4) balls. 2 balls. [k1tbl] 2 times. “My husband. 3 (3. ve 7⁄8" buttons. the stitch pattern.” Row 1: *[K1tbl] 2 times. rep from * around. Yarn distributed by Fiber Trends. Notions: Tapestry needle. This one was designed around the yarn.5 mm): 16" cir. p2. Yarn: Naturally Tussock Aran 10 Ply (85% wool. Row 4: Knit. Needles: Body—size 8 (5 mm): 29" circular (cir). 46¾. k1. Gauge: 18 sts and 36 rows = 4" in houndstooth patt on larger needle. Armhole ribbing—size 7 (4. 3. Row 3: With A. k1. 2009 Finished Size: 41½ (43½. 45½. stitch holders. 49½)" chest circumference. k1 (edge st.

beg neck shaping. place 44 (47. join yarn at armhole edge and beg armhole shaping on this rst RS row. 116. work until band measures ½" from pick-up. 53. On right front. 6) times—14 (15. 1½. At neck edge. 206. place marker (pm).5) cm With WS facing. o MARILYN MURPHY is the former Editorial Director of the Yarn Group at Interweave. beg at underarm. Pm and join in the rnd. then every 4th row 9 (9.5) cm 6¾ (7. 218) sts. work in patt to end—44 (47. beg at bottom right front. 100. Do not join. 18. 5. 3 sts once. maintaining edge sts. 5. 14)" from CO. 4) times. Cont working on 94 (97. Divide for armholes: (RS) Work 44 (47. pm. BO all sts. 56) held right-front sts on larger cir needle. 16) sts total removed at armhole. 50. 50. 44½. 33. (13. Armbands: With smaller. 6) times—66 (67. Work even in patt until armhole measures same as back to shoulder. longer cir needle. 106) back sts only. 56) right-front sts. 11. 6. join yarn at armhole edge and shape armhole and neck as foll: At armhole edge. 14. 0) st(s) evenly on last WS row—182 (191. then 2 sts once. BO 4 (5. Kathyrn Martin Body Sew shoulder seams. 53. 5. 48½)" 103 (108. 200. 17. 32. 6. across back neck. 100. 5. Join B and work Row 1 of houndstooth patt (see Stitch Guide) as foll: Work 44 (47. 0. 6¾)" 17 (18. 56) held left-front sts on larger cir needle. 53. Beg with WS Row 2 of twisted rib in rows. 7) sts at beg of next 4 rows. 2)". Work in twisted rib in rnds (see Stitch Guide) until band measures 1¼" from pick-up. dec 1 st every RS row 3 (5. 35. one at beg of neck shaping. 11. 123) cm Robert’s Houndstooth Vest presented by knittingdaily 11 . Colorado. At the same time. Sew buttons opposite buttonholes. 4. 70. Cont in patt as established. 4½. 53. longer cir needle and A. 7. Cont in patt. A. 13. Then dec 1 st at armhole edge every RS row 5 (5. 234. 30) sts rem. body 40½ (42½. pick up and knit 214 (218. 238) sts evenly up right front. A. 17) cm Finishing Right Front Left Front With RS facing. Buttonhole row: On left front. work 94 (97. 2. 14. 50. 100. 106) sts.5. until piece measures 13. and RS facing. 4. Place 44 (47. and down left front. 222. 13. 15. 14)" 33 (33. 20.5. 22) sts rem for shoulders after all armhole and neck shaping. 5. 12)" 25 (26. Dec 1 st each end every RS row 5 (5. 35. pick up and knit 100 (104. 3 sts at beg of foll 2 rows. 11. ending with a WS row. Weave in loose ends. and the others evenly spaced in between. Shape shoulder as for back. Change to larger cir needle. 198. 100. Shape shoulders: BO 6 (6. when armhole measures ½ (¾. Work in twisted 2×2 rib in rows (see Stitch Guide) for 1¾". inc 0 (1. 113. 56) marked sts each side for fronts. 30. place 44 (47. 11. 74) sts rem. then 2 sts at beg of foll 2 rows. 12)".5. 11. 7. 13 (13. 53. 13) cm ¾" 2 cm 10 (10½. 6¾. 8) sts at beg of foll 2 rows—30 (31. 50. 5)" 10 (10. ending with a WS row. 28. 29. BO 4 (5. 13.5. Work even in patt until armholes measure 10 (10½. 14) times—18 (18. 206. 53. then 6 (6.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily With smaller. Shape armholes: (RS) Cont in patt. 4. 5) sts at beg of next 2 rows. 6. 5. Bands: With smaller. 11½. 56) left-front sts on separate holder. 108. Place sts on holder for back neck. 116) sts around armhole. 11½. Cont in patt as established. 4½. Block to measurements. 72. 20. 50. work 4-st one-row buttonhole (see Glossary) opposite each marked button placement. and RS facing. Cont in rib until band measures 1¼" from pick-up. 45¾. mark placement for 5 buttons as foll: one ½" up from CO edge. CO 182 (190. 112. 4 (4. 7. 1. 30. She lives in Fort Collins. shorter cir needle. Work as for right front to end. 14. 218) sts. 5) sts once. BO all sts. place sts on holder. 50. 56) sts.

5. cable needle (cn). dec 1 st each at each side every other row 5 (6. Work even in pattern until piece measures 23½ (24½. Size 6 (4 mm) 16" (40-cm) circ. Beginning with the next RS row. 26½)" (59. Work in k1. L. Change to larger needles and work in St st until piece measures 13½ (14. 66. 38.5 mm): straight or 29" (70cm) circular (circ). 68. 65.9 cm) wide. Skill Level: Advanced beginner. CO 100 (108.5. 8) times—78 (82. Check your gauge before you begin. 40 (43. 250 yds [229 m]/4 oz [114 g]): natural camel. relaxed. 122. 9) sts at beg of next 2 rows—88 (94. Yarn: Galler Yarns Sahara (50% camel. With smallest straight or circ needles. this timeless classic is a good choice for many body types. 8-st cable patterns for vest measure 11⁄8" (2. Needles: Size 7 (4. 25½.5 [35. 96) sts. 26. scissors.8 cm) or desired length for rib. (Interweave. 5) skeins for vest. The soft and supple vest is knitted in a luxurious natural color camel and merino blend. 48. 112) sts remain. NPL 214-20 Coconut Husk 20 mm). five ¾-inch (2-cm) buttons (shown: One World Button Supply.5] cm) finished length. 27)" (61 [63. Armhole shaping: BO 6 (7. crochet hook G (4. 52)" (101. darning needle. Notions: Stitch markers. 90. Joe Coca Back As the name states. p1 rib for 1½" (3.5] cm) from Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. XL). 132] cm) finished chest.75 mm): straight or 29" (70-cm) circ. Size 5 (3.knittingdaily.5 mm) for picking up stitches (optional). 20 sts and 28 rows = 4" (10 cm) in Stockinette stitch (St st). ending with a WS row. Easy to knit in stockinette stitch with single cable accents up each side of the center front. 15½)" (34. stitch holders. 2003) Finished Size: Adult S (M. 130) sts.com . 67. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Gauge: Using largest needles. this one is never going out of style. 24 (25. and it will appeal to both the Corporate/Traditionalist and the Young Professional/Modern Casual guy.5] cm) from beginning. Using largest needles 15 sts = 2" 5 cm) in rib cable pattern for muffler.5 [109. 4.Classic Camel Vest designed by Tara Jon Manning Originally published in Men in Knits. 8. 120. measuring tape. 7. 15. 39. 3 (4. 104.5 [62. Vest shown in size M. 50% Merino wool.

p3. 82) sts from bottom edge to beginning of V-neck shaping. 71 (76. 22) more times.5] cm) from beginning. 48) sts. 18. Work even if necessary until piece measures 24 (25. Change to larger needles and establish patterns as follows: (WS) P39 (43. 18½)" (40. Classic Camel Vest presented by knittingdaily 13 . ending with a WS row. 47] cm) from beginning. BO all sts loosely in rib pattern on next row. Place 20 (20. 46) sts.5] cm) from beginning. 48) sts. 26.5. Working each side separately. Change to larger needles and establish patterns as follows: (WS) P3. 52. if desired). remove m the first time you work this decrease). Armhole shaping: BO 6 (7. Work in k1. 25) sts. p4.5. p1 rib for 2 rows. 66. CO 50 (54. With RS facing and using smallest circ needle. 49. pm. Weave in ends. 120. Front Band Right Front With smallest straight or circ needles. 15. Work even in patterns as established until piece measures 13½ (14. 40. 80. 39. row—44 (47. work even in pattern until piece measures 24 (25.5. work 39 (43. 54). work in St st to end—1 st decreased. 15½)" (34. On the next row (RS). 23. 21. 68. 8. Sew buttons to right front to correspond to buttonholes. Shape V neck: On the next row (RS). ending with a RS row. 45. 54) sts in St st. BO 2 sts. pick up and knit 112 (118. and the highest ½" (1. Join for working in the round (rnd) and work in k1. 9) sts at beg of next RS row—44 (47. Work in k1. k3. CO 50 (54. work first 7 sts of cable panel. 15½)" (34. CO 2 sts above each gap in the buttonhole row to complete buttonholes. Work even in patterns as established until piece measures 13½ (14. Work 3 more rows. p2tog (last purl st of cable panel and first knit st after it. 18½)" (40. make five 2-row buttonholes as follows: *Work in rib pattern to marked buttonhole position. 18. pick up and knit 262 (278. dec 1 st each at armhole edge (beginning of RS rows) every other row 5 (6. decreasing 1 st at beginning of cable panel on RS rows as given above—20 (20. ending with a RS row. k2. 40. ending with a WS row. beginning at underarm seam. (using crochet hook for assistance. BO all sts loosely in rib on next rnd. On the next row (WS). Work 1 WS row even. 15. On the next row (RS). Repeat for other armhole. 22) more times. 25) sts in pattern.8 cm) or desired length for rib.5. 43) sts from left shoulder seam to beginning of V-neck shaping. work remaining 7 sts of left cable pattern. join new ball of yarn. 27)" (61 [63. Beginning with the next RS row. 27)" (61 [63. p1 rib for 1½" (3. 40 (40. work in pattern to end. k3—1 st decreased. 8) times—39 (41. Repeat the last 2 rows 18 (20.8 cm) or desired length for rib. Beginning with the next RS row. k2. p4. sl m.5 [35. 8. 23. work 8 sts from Row 1 of left cable chart. slip marker (sl m). 50) sts across back neck.5] cm) from beginning. 45.5. Armhole Finishing With RS facing and using medium-size 16" (40-cm) circ needle. p1 rib for 1½" (3. remove m the first time you work this decrease). 25) sts. Work 1 WS row even. pm. 82) sts from V-neck shaping to bottom edge. 47] cm) from beginning. sl m.3 cm) below the beginning of the V-neck shaping. 40 (46.5 [35. if desired): 71 (76.5. 66. 300) sts around front opening as follows (using crochet hook for assistance. 7. ending with a RS row. p1 rib for ¾" (2 cm) or desired length. Work even in patterns until piece measures 16 (17. Work in k1. 38. 65) sts. 26. ending with a WS row. 60. 38. 49. 27)" (61 [63. 66. 43) sts from beginning of V-neck shaping to shoulder seam.5] cm) from beginning. slip marker (sl m). 25) sts for each shoulder on separate holders. p39 (43. Left Front With smallest straight or circ needles.3 cm) up from bottom edge. place marker (pm). 80. repeat from * 4 more times. 9) sts at beg of next WS Mark positions on left front for five evenly spaced buttonholes. 56) sts remain. 49. 68. ending with a WS row. pm. work 39 (43. 52. Armhole shaping: BO 6 (7. 65) sts. BO center 38 (42. 45.5 [43. Weave in ends.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily beginning. Work even in patterns until piece measures 16 (17. work 3 sts in St st. work in rib pattern to end. 60. 48. beginning at bottom edge of right front. 126) sts evenly around armhole edge. Work even if necessary until piece measures 24 (25. dec 1 st each at armhole edge (end of RS rows) every other row 5 (6. 56) sts remain.5. 26. 23. 45. Place sts on holder. On the next row (RS).5 [43. 8) times—39 (41. Shape V neck: On the next row (RS). 40 (40. k2. decreasing 1 st at end of cable panel on RS rows as given above— 20 (20. 68. 21. 54) sts in St st. 54). 44. work to last knit st before cable panel. 23. Shape back neck: Work 20 (20. Place sts on holder. Repeat the last 2 rows 18 (20. work 3 sts in St st. 288. work 8 sts from Row 1 of right cable chart. k2. 7. the lowest located ½" (1.5] cm) from beginning. ssp (last knit st and first purl st of cable panel. 49. 39.

(k1. 83/4. k2. 12.5 (20. 41/2. k2. o TARA JON MANNING is the author of five books about knitting.5 (28.5. k2 from cn sl 6 sts to cn and hold in back. 66)pattern repeat cm knit on RS. k1) 3 times from cn Ribbed Cable Left Cable 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 Right Cable 4 3 2 1 Classic Camel Vest presented by knittingdaily 14 . Repeat for left shoulder. 21. knit on WS pattern repeat sl 2 sts to cn and hold in back. (k1. p1) 3 times from cn sl 6 sts to cn and hold in front. k2 from cn sl 2 sts to cn and hold in front. (p1. k2.5. 8. 111/2)" 26. 81/2)" 20.5 (35. 11. (p1. join right shoulder using three-needle bind-off technique. knit on WS sl 2 sts to cn and hold in back.8 cm WS 20 (211/2. k1) 3 times.5.5. and knitting and natural/ organic fibers. 22.5. 28.5) cm 101/2 (11. 38. p1) 3 times from cn sl 6 sts to cn and hold in front. 151/2)" 34. Weave in ends. 20. 5)" 10 (10. k2. with right sides facing. 4 (4. (p1. 29) cm 8 (8.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily Finishing Matching right front and back shoulders. knitting and meditation.5) cm 131/2 (14. 39. k1) 3 times from cn purl on RS. 61. 24. p1) 3 times. k2 from cn sl 6 sts to cn and hold in back.5. 11. 23. 15. p1) 3 times. 26)" 51 (54. purl on3.5) cm 11/2" knit on RS. (k1. 91/4)" 19 (21. purl on WS purl on RS. Lightly steam block only if needed. (p1. (k1. k1) 3 times. Sew side seams.5) cm 71/2 (81/2. k2 from cn sl 2 sts to cn and hold in front.

8. 6–8. Rep Rnds 1–4 for patt. p10. Amanda Stevenson Lupke Shadow Stripe Pattern in Rows: (multiple of 20 sts) Row 1: (RS) With A. Needles: Body—size 8 (5 mm): 24" circular (cir). 8. 1 skein each. knit. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. to fit ages 2–4 (4–6. Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. rep from * around. 320 yd [293 m]/110 g): #3928 bright eyes (solid blue. Rep Rows 1–4 for patt. Notes yarn does not create any pooling of color until you start working back and forth after the armhole shaping for the back. Row 3: With B.Shadowy Vest design by Marilyn Murphy Originally published in Interweave Knits Gifts. To avoid this. Yarn: Fiesta Boomerang (100% superwash merino. rep from * around. stitch marker (m). Stitch Guide Shadow Stripe Pattern in Rounds: (multiple of 20 sts + 8 [0. ending p8 (0. Neck and armhole trim—size 7 (4. knit. Rnd 2: Cont with A. p10. knit. rep from * to end. *k10. Skill Level: Advanced beginner. k10. knit. 0). *p10. k10. 8–10) years old. Row 2: (WS) Cont with A. Vest shown measure 31". *p10. 34)" chest circumference. 31. Rnd 3: With B.knittingdaily. work from two balls of yarn alternating between balls every other row. *k10. Gauge: 19 sts and 30 rows = 4" in patt on larger needle. 8.5 mm): 16" cir. ending k8 (0. established in body of vest. 0] sts). stitch holders. B). A) and #39105 Amazon (multicolor. Notions: Tapestry needle. Row 4: Cont with B. rep from * to end.com . Rnd 1: With A. Rnd 4: Cont with B. 0). Holiday 2008 Finished Size: 27 (29.

16) sts rem after all shaping.5) cm Left Front Place 32 (35. 74. Dec 1 st each end of every RS row 1 (1. 12) times. 34)" 68. 16. Colorado. 7. When armholes measure 1⁄2 (3⁄4. 31⁄2)" 6. 4.5 (7. BO all sts. then 3 (3. 3) sts at beg of foll 2 rows. 16) sts rem after all shaping. 7. 37.5. 2) time(s)—48 (54. RS facing. 74. 19) cm body 8 (9. 40] sts each side of m). 148. 58. 61⁄4. 30. Work even in patt until armholes measure 51⁄2 (6. Block lightly. pick up and knit 3 sts for every 4 rows around armhole. 86. BO all sts. She lives in Fort Collins. 3) time(s)—12 (14. CO 128 (140. 18. 7. and beg at shoulder seam. Place 64 (70. place sts just worked on holder. 62) sts rem. 3 sts for every 4 rows down to center front neck. pick up and knit about 1 st for each BO st along back neck. 71⁄2)". 8) sts twice—no sts rem. 61⁄4)" 12. RS facing. 160) sts. 7. 12)" from CO.5) cm Shadowy Vest presented by knittingdaily 16 . 8) sts at beg of next 4 rows. 80) sts for front on a holder and cont working 64 (70. join yarn and work neck shaping as for right front. 9) cm ⁄2" 1. Maintaining patt. Work in garter st until band measures 1" from pick-up. 30) sts for back neck. end with a WS row and divide fronts as foll: (RS) Work to m. Right front: Cont in patt. 26. 30. 21⁄2 (3. 7. Place 64 (70. 31. 4) sts at beg of next 2 rows. 3. dec 1 st at neck edge every RS row 11 (12. Join in the rnd.3 cm 1 Finishing Back Front 5 (51⁄2.5. 37. 40) held left-front sts on needle. 80) held front sts on needle and join color as needed for patt with RS facing.5 (73. 1. 3. Work even until armhole measures same as back to shoulder. Shape shoulder: At beg 27 (29. Place removable marker at center (32 [35. Shape shoulder: At beg of WS rows. Amanda Stevenson Lupke of RS rows. 79. Weave in loose ends. 74. Work in shadow stripe patt in rnds (see Stitch Guide) until piece measures 8 (9. Work in garter st until band measures 1".5. 71⁄2)" 14 (15. o MARILYN MURPHY is the former Editorial Director of the Yarn Group at Interweave. 11⁄2)". purl 1 rnd) for 1". and about 3 sts for every 4 rows along front to shoulder. 8) sts twice—no sts rem. 1 st at base of V-neck. 7. Work in garter st (knit 1 rnd. Armbands: With smaller cir needle and A. 80) sts of back only. 12)" 20. 14. Sew shoulder seams. 101⁄2. With WS facing and using color as needed for patt. work shadow stripe in rows and shape armholes as for back. BO rem 24 (26. 14. Shape shoulders: BO 6 (7. 3.5. 101⁄2. Maintaining patt as established on body. Neckband: With smaller cir needle and A. BO 6 (7. 16) cm 51⁄2 (6. Work even until armhole measures same as back to shoulder. Place marker (pm) and join in the rnd. including armhole shaping. Join in the rnd.5 (23. 12. then every 4 rows 1 (1.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily Body With larger cir needle and A. BO 6 (7. and beg at underarm. 1. while cont armhole shaping as established—12 (14. work shadow stripe patt in rows (see Stitch Guide) and shape armholes as foll: BO 4 (4.5 (14.

Eco Wool is surprisingly smooth and clean. Finished Size: About 35 (42.5 cm) high in cable and garter pattern. Yarn: Worsted weight (#4 Medium). tapestry needle. but instead of having the raw feeling of many minimally processed yarns. Shown here: Cascade Eco Wool (100% wool. 478 yd [437 m]/250 g): #8015 oatmeal.5. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. The shaping is achieved through cable stitches rather than increases and decreases.5 mm) crochet hook.knittingdaily.com . Needles: Size U. 2010) The eco in Eco Wool means that this yarn is neither dyed nor chemically processed. size K/10½ (6.5 mm): 16" and 32" (40 and 80 cm) circular (cir). Katie knitted the vest in a single piece to the armholes. then worked the back and fronts separately to the shoulders. Vest shown measures 35" (89 cm). one 13⁄8" (3. 10½ (6. Joe Hancock Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www.S. 2 (2.5] cm) bust circumference.5 cm) button. marker (m). (Interweave. 16 stitches and 24 rows = 4" (10 cm) in garter rib pattern. 49)" (89 [106. stitch holders or waste yarn. 124. Gauge: 32 stitches and 32 rows (2 repeats wide and 8 repeats high) measure about 7" (18 cm) wide and 5¼" (13. Katie Himmelberg used this earth-friendly yarn to knit an unstructured vest that can transition from fall to spring. Notions: Cable needle (cn). 3) skeins. Skill Level: Intermediate.Eco Vest design by Katie Himmelberg Originally published in Knitting Green.

k1. p8. Inc row: (RS) K1. k4. Place sts on holder or waste yarn. *sl 1 as if to purl with yarn in back (pwise wyb). Place held left shoulder sts on separate cir needles and join in the same manner—16 Eco Vest presented by knittingdaily 18 . working each 8-st cable panel as k1. p1. sl 1 pwise wyb.5 [21. k2 from cn. Next row: (RS. k4. k1. 7) cable panels. Repeat Rows 1 and 2 for pattern. Lower Body With longer cir needle. k1—2 sts dec’d from each of 2 cable panels. Row 3 of patt) Cont in patt. rep from * to last 13 sts. k2 from cn. CO 124 (138. Knit 4 rows. Cont in patt until armholes measure about 8 (8½. Next row: (RS. 152) sts. sl 2 sts onto cn and hold in back. p1. Using three-needle method (see Glossary) to join shoulder sts tog. k2. k2. p1. p1. k1. k1. working each 8-st cable panel as k1. Row 3 of patt) K2. p1. Cont in established patt on 31 right front sts until armhole measures about 8 (81⁄2. p1. then place rem 31 sts on separate holder for left front—31 right front sts rem on Finishing Block to measurements. p1.5. k2tog. p1. sl 1 pwise wyb. k2 from cn. Place sts on holder or waste yarn. rep from * to last 13 sts. k2. ending last rep with k2 instead of k4. k1. k4. work to end in established patt. 23] cm). work in Cable and Garter patt (see Stitch Guide) until piece measures about 12 (13. Next row: (RS. k2tog. sl next 2 sts onto cn and hold in front. Rows 2 and 4: (WS) K1.*sl 1 as if to purl with yarn in back (pwise wyb). k4. then the fronts and back are divided and worked separately to the shoulders. M1] 2 times. 27 sts rem for all sizes. Dividing row: (RS.5. [k2. 9)" (20. Right Front Back Garter Rib (multiple of 4 sts + 2) Row 1: (WS) *P2. k2tog. Hold needles tog with RS touching and WS facing outward. k1. 35. Row 3 of patt) K2. k2tog. 14)" (30. k2tog. k2tog. k1. k2. p1. Beg with the WS Set-up row. k1. sl 1 pwise wyb. ending with a WS row. Next row: (RS. p1. 23] cm). Row 2: (RS) Knit. sl 1 pwise wyb. Left Front Return 31 held left front sts to needle and rejoin yarn with RS facing. *p1. *sl 1 pwise wyb. Row 3 of patt) Work 31 right front sts in patt for all sizes. rep from * to last 11 sts. sl 1 pwise wyb. rep from * to last 13 sts. Row 1: (RS) K1. The fronts and back divide in the center of a 4-st garter panel at each underarm. M1 (see Glossary)] 2 times. p8. rep from * to last 13 sts. k1. k2. Join Shoulders Place right shoulder sts of back and front on separate cir needles. sl 1 pwise wyb. Place sts on holder or waste yarn. k2. Row 3 of patt) Cont in patt. k2 from cn. sl 1 pwise wyb. 23] cm). p1. k1—142 (158. leaving 2 garter selvedge sts at the armhole edge(s) of each piece. Joe Hancock needle. ending with Row 2 of patt. working each 8-st cable panel as k1. Do not join. 70 (84. k8. work to end in established patt. k1. 112) held back sts to needle and rejoin yarn with RS facing. ending with Row 2 of patt.5 [21. ending with Row 2 of patt. 9)" (20. p1. place next 80 (96. sl 2 sts onto cn and hold in back. do not rep the set-up row.5 [33. k4. p1. sl 1 pwise wyb. k1—2 sts dec’d from each of 2 cable panels. Next row: (RS. 112) sts on holder or waste yarn for back. k1. *p1. p1. sl 1. k2. k2. p8. p1. [k2. k1—2 sts dec’d from each of 5 (6. 27 sts rem for all sizes. k1. p8.5.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily Stitch Guide Cable and Garter Pattern (multiple of 16 sts + 14) Set-up row: (WS) K1. 98) sts rem. Row 3 of patt) Cont in patt. 9)" (20. p1. p1. p1. k8.5 [21. ending with Row 2 of patt. Repeat Rows 1–4 for pattern.5] cm) from CO. sl next 2 sts onto cn and hold in front. p2. Return 80 (96. rep from * to last 2 sts. k2. 174) sts. Note in rows in one piece to the underarms. k2. Cont in patt until armhole measures about 8 (8½. Row 3: K1.

From cover to cover. pick up and knit 60 (64.com/go/kdiwk Eco Vest presented by knittingdaily 19 . makes jewelry. 9)" 20. 28) cm 8 (8½. 20. BO all sts loosely knitwise on next rnd. Interweave Knits magazine gives you great projects. Place marker (pm) and join for working in rnds. and use slip-stitch crochet (see Glossary) to BO center back sts. Every issue is packed full of captivating smart designs. Mark the button position on the left front and the button loop position on the BO edge of right front band. 35. and cooks gourmet vegan meals. Join yarn to marked loop position on right front edge. 11)" 10 (19. Purl 1 rnd. With crochet hook and RS facing. 14)" 30. 44) sts rem on holder at center back neck. Rep for other armhole. 6¾" 17 cm 4 (7½. join into a loop with a slip stitch in the base of the chain. and you don’t have to hunt all over for inspiring designs. 226) sts total. Work in garter rib (see Stitch Guide) for about 4 (6. purl 1 rnd.5) cm 17½ (21. When she's not tending to her infant son. sews. Front Band With RS facing.5. 16 (30. 24½)" 44. 23) cm Fronts & Back 12 (13.5 (21. 62) cm RISK-FREE Discover knitwear designs that will capture your imagination.5 (33. Armhole Edgings With RS facing. 68) sts evenly around armhole opening. and beg at lower right front CO edge.Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily (30. she knits. from the beginner to the advanced. Sew button in place on left front. shorter cir needle. pick up and knit 79 (84. Loosely BO all sts on next RS row. lively articles sure to inspire.5. for the vest shown. plus well-written. Try on vest with right front lapped over left and determine the most flattering position for button closure at about waist height. then fasten off last st. Take advantage of this special risk-free offer today! interweave. 91) sts long right front edge. easy-to-understand illustrations. the button and loop are about 7" (18 cm) up from the CO edge and the button is 2" (5 cm) from the front band pick-up row. step-bystep instructions. ending with a WS row.5] cm). 44) sts across back neck. and 79 (84. and beg at base of armhole. rejoin yarn to back neck sts. TRIAL OFFER You don’t have to be a designer or a knitting pro to make beautiful knitted garments and accessories. 8)" (10 [15. o KATIE HIMMELBERG is the former assistant editor of Interweave Knits and style editor of Knitscene magazines. longer cir needle. 91) sts along left front edge—174 (198. work a crochet chain (see Glossary) long enough to fit around button.5 (53. knit 1 rnd. Weave in loose ends.

To do this. ve) more times. If you have more wraps per inch. Figure 1 Figure 2 Right Slant (M1R) With left needle tip. lift strand between needles from front to back (Figure 1). 4. bring yarn to back (Figure 1). repeat from * one (two. Cut yarn and pull tail through last stitch. Pass rst stitch over second stitch. Knit lifted loop through the front (Figure 2). *Knit next stitch on each needle the same way. Bring yarn to back. Repeat from *. Left Slant (M1L) With left needle tip. slip one purlwise. fewer wraps per inch. pass rst slipped stitch over second. Repeat. drawing yarn through the last loop formed. 5) Stitch One-Row Buttonhole Work to where you want the buttonhole to begin. Glossary presented by knittingdaily 20 . Hold them with right sides of knitting facing together. Insert a third needle into rst stitch on each of the other two needles and knit them together as one stitch. Repeat from * until one stitch remains on third needle. Crochet Chain (ch) Make a slipknot on hook. and place it on the left needle (Figure 3). work to end of row. Cast-on three (four. yarn over hook and draw loop through stitch and loop on hook. draw up a loop. wrap your yarn around a ruler for one inch and count the number of wraps. four) more time(s). you can compare the weight of the yarn to the project yarn by comparing wraps per inch. *Slip one purlwise. bring yarn to front. turn. six) stitches as follows: *Insert right needle between the rst and second stitches on left needle. your yarn is too thin. your yarn is too thick. four. Place last stitch back on left needle (Figure 2).Make a Knit Vest: 5 Free Knitted Vest Patterns from KnittingDaily Glossary Three-Needle Bind-Off Place stitches to be joined onto two separate needles. slip rst stitch off left needle onto right needle and pass last cast-on stitch over it (Figure 4). Illustrations by Gayle Ford Wraps Per Inch If you substitute or spin a yarn for a project. Yarn over hook and draw it through loop of slipknot. turn. Figure 1 Figure 2 Slip Stitch Crochet (sl st) Insert hook into stitch. ve. lift strand between needles from back to front (Figure 1). Knit lifted loop through the back (Figure 2). three. Figure 3 Figure 4 Raised (M1) Increases Backward-Loop Cast-On Figure 1 Figure 2 *Loop working yarn and place it on needle backward so that it doesn’t unwind. 2 (3. repeat from * two (three.

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