Looking for a baby vest knitting pattern? Find 7 I think are interesting enough to knit.
Baby vests are great for chilly weather. It keeps the little ones warm at the core while allowing them room to move. It can also be removed if the weather becomes too warm. Great for layering.
Momma’s Little Guy Vest
A very simple and basic design. Knitted in 2 pieces, the left shoulder is seamed first, followed by the neckband, the armhole bands and lastly, the side seams are sewn together. The instructions for the joining is a little tricky. Therefore, remember to read through it slowly.
This pattern is available at http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/mommas-little-guy-vest
Honeycomb Stitch Baby Vest knitting pattern
This long-sleeved vest is so handsome. It has a band that can accommodate 2 rows of buttons, thus, making it
It has sizes from 3 months to 24 months. It is not an easy pattern. However, I can see how an experienced knitter might find satisfaction in making this vest. Available free from Yarn Plaza.
This pattern is available at http://www.yarnplaza.com/patterns/knitting-patterns/knitting-pattern-honeycomb-stitch-baby-vest
Emmett (Archived) by Kimberly Voisin
A vest with a pair of faux cables that is knitted using the intarsia method. Again, this vest offers me an opportunity to do intarsia on a small scale
I couldn’t find the pattern for some time until I tried Internet Archive. I don’t know why, but the pattern is now in the archive at web.archive.org. Hopefully, for a long time.
This pattern is archived at https://web.archive.org/web/20130723044317/http://petitepurls.com/Fall11/fall2011_p_emmet.html
Designed by Jennifer Casa. A simple vest designed for a child. The design is deliberate because Jennifer wants it to be able to keep kids warm at the core without overheating them when they run and tumble around.
The key design element is the wide boatneck collar knitted in a contrasting colour and embellished with a big button.
Begin with the collar, with stitches picked up around the collar’s edge and knitted in the round from the top down. Therefore, minimum seaming is required. I like!
This pattern is available at http://jchandmade.typepad.com/jc_handmade/2009/09/being-neighborly.html
Designed by Madeleine Nilsson. Volt means somersault in Swedish so I guess the designer is saying that kids wearing Volt can somersault all they want. Both Jennifer (designer of Neighborly) and Madeleine have the same idea.
It is not your typical V-neck vest because it spots a square neckline and 4 buttons across the chest. They act as enclosures as well as embellishments. How smart! In addition, sizes given range from newborn to 10 years old.
This pattern is available at https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/volt-2
If you like this list, you might also like my knitted baby sweaters list.