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Knit and Crochet Now! Season 5, Episode 509: Vests for Baby

Season 5, Episode 9
Knit the colorful Slip Stitch Vest with Amy Herzog or make the simple pullover Crochet Baby Vest with Marly Bird. Brett Bara shows you the Crochet Entrelac Scarf.
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Customer Reviews for Knit and Crochet Now! Season 5, Episode 509: Vests for Baby:

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3.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 4 customers.)

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January 3, 2016
Frances G
I made this slip stitch vest first sewing the front and back as the pattern directed, in size 2. Then I knitted the second vest on a circular needle recalculating the pattern so that the slip stitches would be correct, and I liked it better. The second was for a size 6.
I really love this pattern. This was the sixth item I had ever knitted, and it made me look very professional. I hand washed the vests, and blocked them. My grandsons were very happy with them.
July 5, 2015
Patricia N
I was very happy with this pattern until I ran out of Forest after completing only one armhole doing the 12-18 mos. size.
November 3, 2014
Saran P
I started on the slip-stitch vest tonight and the math doesn't work. I end up with an extra stitch on row 3. I'm making the smallest size. Also the pattern has a crochet hook size listed for a knit pattern and on the crocheted vest it lists a needle size 8.

I love the show and really like the patterns and skill in them, but is anyone proof reading the patterns? I'm really stuck on what to do, especially sense I bought yarn to make this vest.
Annie's Customer Service

Saran - Thank you for letting us know about this error. We have corrected the PDF. It has been replaced on the site and is available for download.
August 3, 2014
Lillian F
I record the show on Saturdays to watch at a later time, when I have the time. I like the items that were on today and I'm looking forward to making them. I suggest you put together a kit for the projects you have on so we can buy them with everything we need to make them.

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