Pattern Booklet: 
Craft: 
Knit
Skill Level: 
Easy
Project Type: 
Women’s Clothing
Designer: 
Amy Christoffers

A simple open vest knitting pattern is worked in pieces to lend stability to the incredible drape of Berroco Quechua. Knit in easy garter stitch, this is sure to become a staple piece of your fall wardrobe.

Shown in size 36"
 
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Bust (closed) – 32(36-40-44-48-52-56)" after blocking
Length (hem to shoulder, as worn) – 24(24½-25-25-25½-26-26½)"
Note:  This garment was designed with approximately 2–4" of ease.  The fronts have a 6" overlap and do not close, therefore the fit is very forgiving.
 
YARN
BERROCO QUECHUA (50 grs): 6(7-7-8-9-10-11) hanks #1354 Palace
 
NEEDLES and NOTIONS
Straight needles, sizes 4 (3.50 mm) and 6 (4.00 mm) or size to obtain gauge
 
GAUGE
20 sts and 34 rows = 4" in Garter St on larger needles after blocking
 
NOTE
The back of this garment is worked from bottom up.  The fronts and back yoke are worked in one piece, starting at lower right front edge and ending at lower left front edge.