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I hour vest !

Added Sep 18, 2015

by izbott

Fraser Valley, C...

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Description

Its actually less if you don’t add buttons. I’m totally fine with no buttons as this fabric easily will get caught in the teeth of the sewing machine.

Its a neutral knit that I got from fabricland here in town. Its a good layering piece for some of the fall items I plan to wear on my work trip next week. I like how I was able to use it with a previous dress I have made. I love fall because of the textures of the materials. This is a unisex pattern so guys can use it too!

This was a $10 project as all you need is a little bit of fabric. Its my first vest but certainly not my last!

Material Notes

Knit & some poly rayon lining.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Vest

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    Sep 26, 2015, 02.59 PMby Oksana Starzhynska

    So cute vest, I like the texture of the fabric a lot. The colour and design are perfect for combining with any thing in the wardrobe. Nice choice!

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    Sep 24, 2015, 06.50 PMby rita61

    Great vest; my daughter has requested a similar one, now I know what she was referring to. Think I might take a ‘look’ at Fabricland sale this weekend. :-)

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    Sep 19, 2015, 12.41 PMby RedBelka

    Great vest! love the fabric!

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      Sep 19, 2015, 11.19 PMby izbott

      Thanks Redbelka! Now that I got practise with a thick knit I will try to make more winter items. I could make done as presents for Christmas.

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    Sep 19, 2015, 10.29 AMby liliv-1

    It’s a simple pattern but your great fabric choise and styling make it look very luxurious!

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      Sep 19, 2015, 11.15 PMby izbott

      Lol! I saw some vests at department store but didn’t want to pay the price. Now I can sew & save money!

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    Sep 19, 2015, 07.25 AMby Ellen Hatteland

    So nice! – and I still Loove your belt! :)

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      Sep 19, 2015, 11.11 PMby izbott

      Awesome to hear, thank you my friend!:-)

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    Sep 19, 2015, 06.49 AMby Elpida Kyriakou

    Beautiful vest!!! I love it with the belt. I’m a bit nervous, as fall hasn’t arrived yet down here, so I can’t wear my fall projects….

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      Sep 19, 2015, 11.11 PMby izbott

      Thank you Elpida, the fabric for the belt was a gift a while ago. Fall will come soon & you will have to post your lovely designs!

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    Sep 19, 2015, 05.14 AMby nrobson

    A wonderful warming vest, i like it! i am looking for some bobble/loop wool now to make one too lol, love the belt with it also :-)

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      Sep 19, 2015, 05.22 AMby izbott

      Thanks so much it is the obi sash belt. I found it on this website. This fabric was a score! I will use the bits to make my puppy a new outfit for fall!

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    Sep 19, 2015, 03.03 AMby floralgirl

    The fabric makes this looks quite glam. I love vests-good for cold weather. Did it really take an hour?

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      Sep 19, 2015, 04.02 AMby izbott

      Thanks so much floragirl! I used a ball point needle & there is only 2 pieces to this pattern. I spent 30 mins to do it. The key is to have your mind set on fabric to use. I did not add elastic to the back, as I will share the vest with my mom. If its a boxy shape it’ll confirm according to the belt I wear.

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