Monday, December 10, 2012


At first I was afraid to knit anything in a newborn size because babies grow in a flash. But then I read Amanda's post about a Pebble vest she had knit. She wrote: "But goodness, a little knit vest on the tiniest of babies? It's heart-melty stuff...." And with those words, I knew I had to cast on a vest for my little one. So I pulled out some tweedy green yarn and knit this in just a few days. I picked small wooden buttons so that this vest will look right at home in a cabin in the woods (the place of my daydreams). 

It took me some time to finally sew on the buttons, but once I did, I couldn't stop imagining just how cozy our baby will be all wrapped in wool. Even if this vest fits for only a few days.

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The pattern is free if you're interested in trying it yourself. It knits up fast and the results are adorable. Plus, the buttons up the side mean it doesn't have to go over the baby's head.


  1. You wont be sorry! I made a few of these for my youngest, and my four year old wears one I sized up...they are lovely vests. And the only way to make a new baby any more delicious is to wrap them up in wool. :) You chose a beautiful color! xo~Mackenzie

  2. That is such a sweet vest. You found some awesome buttons for it.


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