FO On Thursday: Emily

I am thrilled to say that my Emily vest is done! I never thought it would dry. It’s been damp the last couple of days so that really slowed things down. The vest turned out beautifully. I enjoyed every bit of knitting this project. I totally recommend it.

The pattern is Emily by Deb Hoss. The yarn is Cascade 220 in Westpoint Blue Heather. First I must tell you that the pattern is so well written. I had no questions as I knit. That is a rare occurrence in my knitting life. I often question what the designer meant or why something is done the way they recommend. The details of the pattern made for a very well finished vest. I like being given exact numbers for picking up stitches particularly when the section is divided up ie, pick up x stitches under the arm, y stitches up to the shoulder join. It insures I do things neatly and evenly. I plan to knit another Deb Hoss pattern soon. The yarn is my go to worsted weight wool. The skeins are generous and there are many colors to chose from.

This is my final Loopy Academy project for senior year second semester. I’ve greatly enjoyed knitting along with Loopy Academy the last four years and I look forward to whatever they have planned for our next adventure.

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16 Responses to FO On Thursday: Emily

  1. Well it looks great! Thank you for the detailed review – she sounds like a really good and helpful designer! It’s fun following along with your Loopy Academy projects – you always have such interesting things to make 🙂

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  2. salpal1 says:

    Great job! That is one very nice looking vest, you will be so glad to have it this fall and winter!

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  3. itwasjudith says:

    I agree with the other posters, it’s such a lovely vest!

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  4. elpalchica says:

    Well done!

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  5. kathyreeves says:

    That is gorgeous! It looks just perfect on the hanger, so even and professional!

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  6. chrisknits says:

    Yippee! It is so sweet. So do you have a graduation ceremony? LOL

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  7. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Wow! That turned out REALLY NICE!

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  8. Sam says:

    This looks awesome! I love the patterns that tell me exactly when and how to knit something! More often than not I find myself hunting around the internet for answers to my questions. It’s so great when the pattern is airtight!

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  9. Well done, it looks great. Such a lovely wearable item. It will have lots of wear I can tell. 🙂

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  10. Chicken Librarian says:

    It looks great! I am definitely going to put this in my queue!

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  11. tonymarkp says:

    I love how it came out!!! Woot! I hope you have the chance to wear this vest many many times!!! You certainly can, it seems to go with lots of different shirts and blouses. Even pink! Nice eye for the yarn.

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  12. Stefanie says:

    Great finish. It looks comfortable and warm for wearing. And I like how you have options to wear it with long-sleeves, tees, tanks, or even over a dress or skirt.

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  13. It’s beautiful and I 💖 how you’ve teamed it up with a shirt.

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