The Bernat Colorblock Ruffle Front Vest is a one or two skein children’s topper that’s almost seamless – and features Bernat Pop! yarn! Crocheted side to side, it’s fun and happy and colorful – and video tutorials are included!
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A Pop! of Color
The Bernat Colorblock Ruffle Front Vest is made with Bernat Pop!, which is a great, easy care, 100% acrylic yarn. And best of all, it’s self-striping! So you can create great color-blocked projects without extra ends to weave in or more skeins to buy. You only need one cake for sizes 2 and 4 years, and two cakes for sizes 6 and 8 years!
Video Tutorial Included
Scroll down just a bit on the Bernat Colorblock Ruffle Front Vest pattern page on Yarnspirations, and you’ll find the right-handed video tutorial for the pattern! And here’s the leftie’s version below:
Left-Handed Bernat Colorblock Ruffle Front Vest Tutorial
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I hope you enjoy making this free crochet children’s vest pattern! Here’s a Pin for your favorite Crochet Pinterest board! But that’s not all…
Looking for More?
Love crocheting one skein crochet patterns? I have lots you can try! You can browse them all here on Moogly or search my patterns on Ravelry! Some of my most recent quick makes include the Whispering Arrows Shawl, One Skein Diamond Lace Scarf, Emergency Basket, Bijou Cowl (paid), and Easy One Skein Bandana Cowl– also made with Bernat Pop!
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Love the ruffle front color block child’s vest. Any chance for something similar in adult size?
I’ve had a few requests now! 😀
Linda J Dziubala
Thank you for this adorable pattern. I can’t wait to knit it for my granddaughter. However, I believe there is an error. I think the second row should be 1 SC, 1 DC and mine says 1sc, 1sc. Just wanted to let you know as I know you like your pattern to be correct and always do such a beautiful job.
Thanks for your patterns,
Thank you Linda, I’ve let them know about the error, hopefully they will have it fixed soon! ♥
Hi! Just started working on this for a friend’s daughter and am excited to finish! Just wanted to check on a couple things, though: (1) is there a typo in the instructions for the left front? For 2nd row it says “*1sc in next st. 1sc in next st…” should the second part say “…1DC in next st…”? (2) the width of 12″ for the vest fronts isn’t making sense to me because the length is 12″ and it’s a rectangle. Am I reading the pattern incorrectly? Thanks!
Hi Angela! Thank you for catching that, I sent it in and it looks like they haven’t updated the PDF yet, I’ll follow up with that today. So for anyone else – with this pattenr, you sc in the dc sts, and dc in the sc sts. 🙂
And you are correct, they have the wrong measurements for that dimension – I’ll have them correct that as well. It should be 6.5(6.5, 7, 7)” for the width of the front vest.
I love this vest and would also appreciate something similar in adult sizes.
Thank you, Angela! I’ll add it to the list! 😀
Adorable little vest!
Thank you so much! ♥
I am struggling to understand left underarm count. The pattern count on 1st row is definitely off.
Ch1 (1sc, 1dc) 10, (10-9-9) leave 20-20-18-18 unworked gives me 40-40-36-36!
Am I just being thick?
Hi Sam! The “20 (20-18-18) sts.” is the total stitch count for the row.