Firelight Tuxedo Vest - Firelight Tuxedo Vest
Firelight Tuxedo Vest Pattern
The two front panels of this vest are worked separately; the side gussets and back are worked as one piece. The front panels and side gussets are worked in garter stitch, with the public side of the gussets being reversed to show how versatile garter stitch can be when using hand-painted yarns. Because most actual tuxedo vests have a smooth satin back, the back is knitted in single-row stockinette stitch.
Sizes: Small/Med - 40”  (Lg – 44”)
1 skein Oregon Worsted Stripe, (280 yds) by Interlacements Yarns in Poppy Fields (A)
1 skein Irish Jig (600 yds) by Interlacements Yarns in Fireplace Embers (B)
1 (2) skein New York 200 (200 yds) by Interlacements Yarns in Colorado Treasures (C)
#8 circular needles in 24" length
#6 circular needle in 32" length
4 or 5 buttons, 5/8" or 1/2"

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