Friday, August 28, 2009

Crocheted Granny Square Vest


Finished Vest!!!
Originally uploaded by Buckster's Pics
I thought I would repost a picture of this vest for my bloggy friends. Here lately I have really gotten hooked on Ravelry, and this vest has received some attention lately.

I have so many irons in the fire right now! Working on the Stitch Diva Knit Cardi, a knit scarf, and a crocheted scarf...and now I would like to tackle another vest for moi! Oh the inhumanity of it all! LOL!

But seriously, to me working on this vest was nothing but a labor of love. I felt as if I were painting with thread. I was asked by an etsy customer if I could make a vest. I immediately responded that I would give it a try and jumped in head first as I always do. Piecing and pinning until I got the shaping just right. I do have some left over squares tucked away in a drawer waiting for me to add to them, perhaps to make a vest for myself...but I will have to finish up a couple things first!

Here is hoping that everyone has a wonderful weekend!

7 comments:

Samanta said...

Its so beautiful...What colours...Well done again...

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Dawn, I never tire of looking at your granny squares! I truly love the colors you choose, and the way you change colors within rows makes your squares look so unique. Thanks so much for sharing your inspiring work!

MGM

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I think this might be my very favorite, of your crochet work!

tamdoll said...

I LOVE the colors of this vest, you are so talented!

Kar said...

Love the colors Dawn! How wonderful will that make you feel wearing that in the fall! Awesome!

xxxx

Alhana said...

I wonder why do I miss all your updates. Perhaps isn't this google-thing working?
This vest is stunning. You do put colours together so nicely, no wonder you were asked to make it!

Erin said...

Hi, I am also a crocheter, but I've never ventured in granny squares. But your pics are tempting me to try it! Do you have any beginner suggestions? Or a pattern to start with? Thank you
Erin
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