Japanese Vest by Linda Marveng | A vest inspired by Japan, with only one large armhole, to drape, fold and fasten as you please with a shawl pin or two. Or to use as a scarf if you like. The all over reversible dropped stitch pattern is by Lynne Barr. The vest is knitted in one piece.
Gauge: 28 sts and 36 rows in stockinette stitch measures 4" square
- Length: 40.25 (48.75, 57.5, 66.25)"
- Width (including 0.75" hem in each side): 40.25"
Materials Used: Hillesvåg Ullvarefabrikk, Huldra kamgarn or Cascade Heritage or another Fingering yarn.
Needle Size: US 2.5
Pattern Includes: Written Instructions, Chart & Schematic
Skill Level: Intermediate
Other Details: First published in the Norwegian book: "To rett, en vrang. Designstrikk"