This spring I am hosting a Crochet-Along for my NEW Spring Vest crochet pattern. This lightweight, flowy, easy-to-crochet vest is a great, mindless pattern that features a simple two-row repeat and ranges from sizes XS to 4XL!
Spring Vest Crochet Along
This vest works up similarly in construction to the Blanket Cardigan, but features a completely new stitch set that affords a beautiful crisscross effect paired with slimming vertical columns. If you’ve made that pattern, you can definitely make this!
I love that we can throw this on over a tank top or a t-shirt, and we’re set for mild spring weather!
Light Worsted Weight Yarn (suggestions below)
-approx. 900 yards for XS (US dress size 00/0)
-approx. 960 yards for S (US dress size 2/4)
-approx. 1030 yards for M (US dress size 6/8)
-approx. 1120 yards for L (US dress size 10/12)
-approx. 1230 yards for XL (US dress size 14/16)
-approx. 1375 yards for 2XL (US dress size 18/20)
-approx. 1550 yards for 3XL (US dress size 22/24)
-approx. 1700 yards for 4XL (US dress size 26/28)
Crochet Hook in size H/5mm
Great yarn choices would include any light worsted weight cotton blend or acrylic yarn, such as Caron Simply Soft, Mandala, Lion Brand’s Comfy Cotton Blend, Coboo, or Pound of Love, or Knit Picks Dishie (as pictured in “silver” colorway in this post), or Brava. Really, anything you have on hand that is a 3 (DK, baby) weight or light 4 (worsted) weight yarn would work beautifully.
14 double crochets x 7 rows = 4”
Crochet Along Dates:
Because of the simple design of this vest, this crochet along only has two parts.
Part ONE can be found here.
Part TWO can be found here.
I encourage you to check that your gauge is similar to mine before we get started. Select your yarn choice and work up a swatch using the recommended hook size to see how close you are. If you need help adjusting for gauge, you can find that information here.
I am looking forward to this crochet along, and I hope you are, too!
If you’re looking for more fun patterns, these past crochet alongs were so much fun, and you can work them in parts as well: