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Fabulous Vest Patterns for This Spring

Knitted vest


Vests are the perfect accessory that can be worn all year round. Especially, they are a wonderful addition to everyone’s wardrobe. At the same time, they’re perfect for early spring, when you just want a little knitting layer over your T-shirt. Over a T-shirt or a long sleeved button down, they can make a dull top stand out. In addition, key designers have been slowly, but surely, changing that concept by showcasing knitted vests on the catwalks. Check out these 5 fabulous patterns for this Spring time.


Shawl Collar Crochet vest

This stunning short-sleeved knitted vest is sure to turn heads, with a wide lacy shawl collar, high waist, and eyelet detail border. The subtle pattern stitch texture is the perfect complement to the softly shaded yarn. This knitted vest spans the seasons with a bit of sparkle for an updated style. Though this pattern looks complex, this project makes a great first vest project!


Shadowy Crochet Vest

Crochet this design in-the-round in a fine, merino wool, and uses fun stitch motifs to give the illusions of shadows.  This design by Marie Wallin use the beautiful yarn, Cocoon (merino wool and kid mohair). With a funnel neck, worked in two pieces and using a stunning mix of openwork and textured stitches throughout, this pattern is for the intermediate crocheter.


Alpes Knitted Vest

A pretty hip-length open-front knitted vest with a single button closure that’s flattering and simple to make. Knit this ladies chunky pattern, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available as a free pattern to download. Designed by Martin Storey and updated using a lovely soft spun yarn, Kid Classic (lambswool and kid mohair). Besides, this pattern has a cable and moss stitch pattern, chunky rib collar and a dipped hem.


Knitted Vest In Show

This simple and stylish pattern is knitted in one piece for minimal finishing. Featuring Sugar Bush Glaze. A bulky weight yarn that is a sugar coated blend of cotton, acrylic and metallized polyester. It is sure to add a little bit of glitz and a whole lot of flair. In addition, the material requirements shown here are for size Medium.


Midnight Sky Vest

Designed by Jodi Snyder, this pattern is really easy to knit and perfect for beginners. This knitted vest spans the seasons with a bit of sparkle for updated style. Besides, the unique sideways construction paired with simple stitches make a runway-worthy design. The subtle pattern stitch texture is the perfect complement to the softly shaded yarn.

These patterns are the perfect blend of light and warm to get you through this spring. If you’re hoping to select a few easy vest patterns, you’re bound to find something you like in this collection. Just scroll down the page to the individual pattern you like and click on the link to that pattern.

You could also find HiyaHiya needles and accessories by clicking Here which are perfect for creating your new vest. We hope this has given you lots of inspiration for your next fabulous vest for this spring!