How to Knit Little Liar Thessaloniki Pattern Women's Vest
If you're looking for a fun and unique knitting
project, then look no further than the Little Liar Thessaloniki
pattern women's vest
. This pattern
is inspired by the traditional Greek folk art of knitting and features a beautiful, intricate design that is sure to impress. With a little patience and some knitting know-how, you can create a one-of-a-kind vest
that you'll be proud to wear.
- 4 skeins of worsted weight yarn in your preferred color
- Size 8 knitting needles
- Stitch markers
- Tapestry needle
Follow these steps to knit your own Little Liar Thessaloniki pattern
Step 1: Cast On
Using your size 8 knitting needles, cast on 110 stitches.
Step 2: Ribbing
Next, work in a K2, P2 ribbing pattern for 1 inch.
Step 3: Begin the Pattern
Now it's time to begin the Little Liar Thessaloniki pattern. Follow the chart and knit the pattern as shown, starting from the bottom of the chart and working your way up. Repeat the pattern until you reach the desired length for your vest.
Step 4: Divide for Armholes
Once you've reached the desired length, it's time to divide for the armholes. Work 28 stitches, place a marker, bind off 8 stitches, work 54 stitches, place a marker, bind off 8 stitches, and work the remaining 28 stitches.
Step 5: Finish the Back
Now it's time to finish the back of the vest. Work each side separately, continuing the Little Liar Thessaloniki pattern
until the armhole measures 8 inches. Bind off all stitches.
Step 6: Work the Fronts
For the front of the vest, you will need to create two separate pieces. Work each front section separately, continuing the Little Liar Thessaloniki pattern until the armhole measures 6 inches. Then, shape the neckline by binding off 6 stitches at the beginning of the next 2 rows. Continue until you've bound off a total of 16 stitches for the neckline. Work the remaining stitches until the armhole measures 8 inches, then bind off all stitches.
Step 7: Finishing
Using your tapestry needle, sew the shoulder seams together. Then, using a crochet hook, work a single crochet edge around the armholes and neckline. Finally, sew the side seams together and weave in any loose ends.Congratulations! You've now completed your Little Liar Thessaloniki pattern women's vest. Enjoy wearing your beautiful and unique creation!