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Jeanne C. Abel

for Nature Speak Knits   2007


This shawl collared vest and jacket duo (named after the round-rib scallop) works up fast in super-bulky yarn. The body is one piece, and the sleeves are worked from the shoulder down, so … just two short seams at the shoulders! The button closure is optional.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • schematics included
  • sewing required
  • fall/winter
  • partly circular
  • s, m & l; finished 36" - 44"; see data page
  • digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 10.0 mm
    • US 15
    • 10.0 st st
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
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Jeanne C Abel

Friday, June 07 2013, 16:15

Thanks Yvonne!

Another solution is to work the first round of garment stitches (the stitches worked IN the provisional stitches) on a much smaller needle (like a 9 or a 10). That also tightens up the cast-on & doesn't leave a loopy edge.


Yvonne Allen

Friday, June 07 2013, 15:33

This is a wonderful pattern. I have made three vests. It is suggested that one use a provisional cast on to make sure the edge is loose. I did, and it is way to loose. I found that If I did a long tail cast on holding two 15 needles together the stretch was just right.

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