Thursday, January 7, 2010

Colorful Vest for the New Campaign

I saw that the latest Afghans for Afghans request has come out, and it’s freezing here in the Northeast–I am finding comfort in my woolies and I can only imagine how much more the kids in Afghanistan need warm things.
I had some Lamb’s Pride Bulky left over from a felted bag, so I cast on and finished a vest in just three days--I couldn't stop, the knitting was so rhythmic in the round and so fast with the fuzzy Lamb's Pride Bulky. This should be a warm and cozy vest for an older child. I am giving it a little block and then will send it off.
It’s a hodgepodge of colors, but it will keep a child warm.
I’m happy to have gone through a few skeins of my Lamb’s Pride Bulky too–just two skeins of chocolate left.
Great pattern too.
Check out more details on my Ravelry page


Nancy said...

I like all the colors: they make me smile. Nice Job!

Bloo said...

Looks great! I love the bright colours and I am sure the recipient will too!

Kathy said...

I love knitting the Warm Woolies vest pattern, too. You did a lovely job.

Becky said...


Bet that was fun to make! Lamb's Pride and all those colors . . . No doubt it will bring a smile to the face of the recipient, too.


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