Sneak Peek: Alex Adorable Pullover Vest (Knit)

One of my recent projects, in conjunction with Holiday Yarns, is the Alex Adorable Pullover Vest. Read as “Alex Adorable (pause) Pullover Vest”. This is the first of a couple of children’s patterns I’m doing this Fall/Winter. They are all going to be named with a child’s first name and an adjective last name- so “Alex Adorable” and “Phoebe Fantastic”, etc.

I really love the fun stitch pattern. It’s made with slipped stitches, so the vertical lines give a bit of texture, and you’re never working with more than one color per row. I may put out a pattern for a matching hat, but that’ll have to wait till after I finish some other projects I have going.

The vest really could work for a either a girl or a boy. I decided to photo shoot it with a boy’s dress shirt, since I had worked it in blues, but I think it’d look just as cute over a girl’s long sleeve tee.

If you want to know when the pattern becomes available, just shoot me an e-mail at support@poetryinyarn.com or leave a comment here saying so.

BTW: Tonight starts another religious holiday, so I’ll be back to see you all again on Monday.

About Lindsey

Crochet & Knit Designer behind PoetryinYarn.com, Math Teacher, Mom
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2 Responses to Sneak Peek: Alex Adorable Pullover Vest (Knit)

  1. Vanessa says:

    I love slipped stitch patterns!

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