Monday, January 12, 2009

Westminster Vest

My vest is finished and it's actually cold enough to wear it. Yippee!


Westminster Vest

Designed by Betsy Campbell for the Wooly West
Pattern Purchased at Black Sheep Wool Co. in Salt Lake City, Utah
More project details and pictures here.

25 comments:

  1. It looks lovely on you! It is chilly here too! I'm so happy to be caught up enough to be able to comment again on my friends blogs!!!

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  2. Gorgeous! Excellent work. Love the seed stitch and the buttons. :)

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  3. Your vest turned out wonderful! Looks so cute on you!

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  4. It's lovely! And, uh, congratulations on the cold weather! We're working on a blizzard here, I'd be happy to send some (all) of it your way. Just let me know.

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  5. What a great look and fit! I really like the buttons you chose. Enjoy the cool weather!

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  6. Beautiful knitting. That color looks good on you.

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  7. I love the details on that vest. It looks great on you!

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  8. How beautiful - and such a nice fit! Vests are good for Alabama's climate, too.

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  9. It looks wonderful and I love the buttons. Glad you had some weather cool enough to enjoy wearing it!

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  10. That turned our very nice, Tracy. The vest look very nice on you...The shape is so flattering. And so is the yarn--I like the marled tones. I think I have those same buttons--waiting to be used on a cardigan! Knit Happy :o) ((HUGS))

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  11. It fits perfectly! Nice work.

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  12. Great sweater vest! I love the buttons!

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  13. looks great! I love the flecks of color in that yarn and the buttons are perfect. Enjoy wearing it!

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  14. lovely vest - and what great color in that tweedy yarn. It looks fabulous on you - a perfect fit!

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  15. You did an amazing job of your vest and you model it so well! You should get lots of wear out of it these next few days - it is supposed to freeze this evening (Houston). Seems like we have had more cold than usual this year.

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  16. I like it!!!!! Yes it has gotten a bit on the chilly side I agree. Burrrrrrrr

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  17. Oh I really like that! Time was when I'd go on past vests, but as I get older and lose more weight I find that I get cooler more often. :)

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  18. Great vest. Love the buttons, they add style and interest. Looks great with the other top.

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  19. How pretty! I love it. Your vest fits you perfectly and the button is great too!

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  20. You look great in that vest, Tracy. I'm feeling "bulky" after all of my holiday celebrating.

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  21. Fantastic knitting as always Tracy:-)

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  22. It's beautiful, Tracy, and it fits you to a T!

    I really like the neckwarmer you made John, too! I need to make Mike one of those for the nightly dog walks.

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  23. What a lovely job you did on your sweater ~ it looks great. Congratulations! Happy new year to you and yours!

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  24. Turned out great Traci! You will never want for warm clothing, right? But nothing is as beautiful as what we make with our own two hands. Great job!

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  25. You are such a great knitter. The knits always look magnificent from color choice to stitch choice to image backround choice. You are an artist.

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Thank you for commenting!
~Tracy