Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Mom's vest is finished!

I finally, finally put the finishing touches on Mom's vest. I wove in all the ends and added the buttons. To top it all off, this vest actually fits her!

This pattern was so easy that I would definitely make it again.

I am joining Ginny for Yarn Along today. What are you knitting/crocheting? What are you reading? Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are up to.

 I am happily reading The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton. This was a Christmas gift from my own Kate, my daughter (we actually call her Katie or Katelyn). I have read it before, but I am enjoying it all over again. I really like the way Kate Morton writes. 

14 comments:

  1. I'm glad you got it finished. It's perfect for this time of year. Great color too!

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  2. Lovely vest you have made for your mum! I read The Forgotten Garden a few years ago - really enjoyed it

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  3. Such a sweet and thoughtful gift! Love the color - such a mesmerizing shade of blue!

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  4. Beautiful traditional vest...knit so well! Love your button choice

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  5. Well done Cathie , looks great .

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  6. beautiful!!!! It looks fantastic and I know your mom is going to LOVE it :)

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  7. That looks fab, I bet your Mom is going to be so pleased with it :)

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  8. Congrats on your finish. It looks nice... and so great that it fits :)

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  9. Beautiful pattern finish--what pattern did you use Cathie, if I might ask...hugs, Julierose

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  10. I love the vest, it looks great! I've only read one Kate Morton book but I really liked it, I must get another one soon :)

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  11. So pretty, Cathie--and I do love that color :)

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  12. That vest is lovely. I always regret not learning to knit. My grandmother warned me that if I learnt to crochet first, knitting would be hard to master, and she was correct (as usual).

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  13. So pretty! That color is beautiful!

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  14. Looks cosy and warm. I love that author, her writing is compulsive!

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