Icelaska Vest by Shelly Dockins Kocan

Icelaska Vest

December 2013
DK (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in 4k, 2p
US 5 - 3.75 mm
180 - 500 yards (165 - 457 m)
3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, 24 months, 3-4yrs
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The Icelaska Collection is a line of knitwear inspired by the hearty children of the northern latitudes. Bundled up in layers of colorful wool, they aren’t deterred by the cold. This pullover vest is designed with wide ribbing, garter stitch accents and a shawl collar. A versatile and wearable layer to keep your kids looking adorable and feeling cozy and warm while they think about more important things than the weather.

21 sts and 30 rows = 4”
Gauge measured in 4k x 2p ribbing pattern gently stretched to mimic how garment will appear when worn
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Snow Capped Yarns:
Latouche 100% BFL Wool (125 g, 279 yds)
Colorway Shown:Low Tide
1(1,1,2,2,2) skeins

US 5 3.75mm 16” 40cm circular neeedle
US 5 3.75mm DPNs
or size to obtain gauge
stitch markers
waste yarn

Size 1: 3 month
garment size 16”, fits chest size 15β€œ-17”
Size 2: 6 month
garment size 17”, fits chest size 16β€œ-18”
Size 3: 12 month
garment size 19”, fits chest size 18β€œ-20”
Size 4: 18 month
garment size 21”, fits chest size 20”-22”
Size 5: 24 month
garment size 23”, fits chest size 22β€œ-24”
Size 6: 3-4yrs
garment size 25”, fits chest size 24β€œ-26”

Construction Notes
This vest is knit in the round, from the bottom up. Once you reach the underarms, work the front and the back flat then join together at the shoulder seams with three needle bind off. Now the special touches begin. Pick up the stitches on the arm holes and edge in a garter stitch border. Finally, pick up stiches around the neck and knit using short rows to form a shawl collar.

Tech Editing by Eleanor Dixon.