Sandy Beach Summer Vest


Sandy Beach Summer Vest

Sandy Beach Summer Vest
Sandy Beach Summer Vest

"The sandy beach pattern is a different pattern; it is for anyone and you can wear it over anything you want. You can make it for any size and any age from teen to XXL. Enjoy this pattern and keep on smiling because you’re a crocheter!"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeAll Sizes. You can adjust the length of the vest by working more or less typical rows.

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What is not to like about this vest? It has such classic lines and depending on the color yarn you select to crochet this vest in it could easily be a vest for any season of the year as stated by Morehouse17. Pink is one of my favorite colors but I can see me in a darker color for autumn and winter.Please take a look at the directions to get additional pictures of this vest project.

This is a vest that could easily be worn during any season. I love the color pink here and this would be appropriate for the warm months of summer over a crop top of some sort. However, if you were to use a different color yarn it would become appropriate for fall and worn over a long sleeve shirt as pictured here. I love this and I typically do not make more of two of anything but I want this in more than one color.

This is a very pretty pattern.And once again, it's something I can wear in winter here in florida. There aren't that many crochet articles that you can. I read the directions and they are well written and straight forward. Very easy to understand and follow. Anyone should be able to make this project!

In the past I have seen vests similar to this one, but made up of three rectangular pieces. The Sandy Beach Summer Vest is different in that there is a pseudo-shaping taking place in the form of rows that have decreases. Much easier on a beginner than actual shaping. What a pretty vest! I'd love one in a sandy taupe color or a mint pastel turquoise.


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