Alberta Vest

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    My striped recycled vest was called back to action! We re-shot the vest while I was staying with my brother in the Portland neighborhood of the same name.

    The pattern is now available in the current issue of Wild Fibers Magazine.

    [Ravel it]

    zigeunerweisen, sheepish one, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ElinorB 74 months ago | reply

      Ack! Tweed! Vest! Browns! A combination of my favorite three elements! This is a beauty, Jared!

    2. pixiepurls 74 months ago | reply

      That is one of the best mags on the market for fiber arts IMHO. I had a sub for a while but right now I am trying to save money

    3. whistlepea 74 months ago | reply

      It's very handsome!

    4. sheepish one 74 months ago | reply

      , which, the vest or the model? Ü
      seriously, though, the browns, the stripes, the tweed. signature look of brooklyn tweed.

    5. gudruncjohnston 74 months ago | reply

      Love this vest and I just finished my copycat version ...didn't know there was going to be a pattern!

    6. earthchick 74 months ago | reply

      So totally gorgeous.

    7. mamabaird [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      this is so beautiful!!

    8. tiennieknits 74 months ago | reply

      This is a wow!! Beautifully made, modeled, photographed!

    9. elemmaciltur 74 months ago | reply

      I really should knit a vest....it's quicker than a jumper. Besides, the weather will be warmer soon and that means vest-weather.

    10. lore elg 74 months ago | reply

      NE represent!!! ;)

    11. beside.herself 74 months ago | reply

      Oh I've admired this vest for a while and I'm busy copying it too! Had I waited for the pattern, I might be done by now!

    12. >WonderMike< 74 months ago | reply

      I just got my issue of WF and I was flipping through it when I thought, "Hey that guy looks familiar...." Very nice vest!!

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