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March 19, 2005

Tank Top to Vest

Spring is in the air, which means nona is feeling the Spring Fever, which means nona is cleaning her bedroom.  Something about the winter months does not lend itself to tidy bedrooms -- at least not in nona's house.  But today, the Christmas wrapping paper was put away, the old clothes where sent to Goodwill, and the whole room was given a good scrubbing.  As I stooped to pick up my Gyrid sweater from the blocking towel -- I think a month of blocking is enough, don't you -- a light bulb went off.  Why not wear this summer tank top as a cool weather vest?  Voila!  Do you, fashionable reader, have a tank top you can wear as a vest? 

A summer tank top can make a spiffy vest -- at least nona thinks so!

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looks great! cool color and shape.very spiffy over that shirt.

Posted by: froggy | Mar 19, 2005 10:52:30 PM

Your tank top/vest looks great on you... I wish my figure was nearly so nice.

Posted by: Leisel | Mar 20, 2005 6:50:25 AM

Smart Nona! So glad vests are IN. ;-)

Posted by: Jenny | Mar 20, 2005 4:45:09 PM

no, but i think i need one

Posted by: Anna | Mar 21, 2005 1:23:38 PM

I just picked this up again after starting it last summer, in periwinkle, and started working on it in earnest. Did you blog more about this pattern while knitting it? I would appreciate any tips that you may have as I have heard that her patterns can be tricky and this is my first garment ever.

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