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By Melissa LaBarre, from New England Knits . The thick, softly spun yarn of this vest provides a warm, insulating layer, but an airy lace pattern keeps a potentially bulky knit from feeling too heavy and stifl ing. Use a favorite shawl or stick pin to close the fronts, keeping the breezes at bay.
By Melissa LaBarre, from New England Knits . The classic striped vest goes modern with high-contrast stripes. A button closure at one side of the bottom ribbing and decorative button tabs at the shoulders lend a nautical air. Choose a size close to your measurements to wear this on its own or make a...
This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . Cables aren’t always worked over many stitches. The traveling stitches of this vest are just one stitch crossed over another. worked in alpaca, the piece is especially warm because of the dimensions of the stitch patterns. The sides...
Posted to Power Cables
on May 7, 2010
Filed under: Lily Chin, pullover, Interweave Books, Power Cables, #3-DK, vest