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Old 06-19-2006, 10:54 AM   #1
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Super Easy Pullover Man's V-necked Vest
I need a very simple v-neck man's pullover vest pattern. Does anyone have a favorite? It also has to be sized up to an xxl size. Thanks so much.
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Old 06-19-2006, 02:54 PM   #2
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hey there sop, this is a mans v-neck sweater which looks very nice and can be sized up. if you wanna make it into a vest maybe just dont do the sleeves?? i dont know lol. but here's the link anyway.

http://cache.lionbrand.com/patterns/...tml?noImages=0
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simple v-neck vest for man
I have been "Googling" a good deal of the day for a simple v-neck men's pullover vest pattern to no avail. My husband has several of these "store bought" and yet I can't find a pattern. No cables; just a plain relatively deep "v" neck knitted pullover vest seems elusive!! Any ideas??
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Old 06-20-2006, 12:19 PM   #4
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Have you tried Knitting Pure and Simple?

I haven't tried any of their patterns, but I think a few other folks on the board have. They seem simple.

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How about this vest?
I haven't tried out the pattern, but it sounds like what you might be looking for.
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Originally Posted by lisak
Have you tried Knitting Pure and Simple?

I haven't tried any of their patterns, but I think a few other folks on the board have. They seem simple.

Good luck! :XX:
Thank you sooooooooo much Lisa! The Pure and Simple site had one that looks like it will work! :D
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Originally Posted by SandraEllen
How about this vest?
I haven't tried out the pattern, but it sounds like what you might be looking for.
Thanks so much! This one is good too!
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No problem! Glad I could help!
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Originally Posted by Cherinec5
hey there sop, this is a mans v-neck sweater which looks very nice and can be sized up. if you wanna make it into a vest maybe just dont do the sleeves?? i dont know lol. but here's the link anyway.

http://cache.lionbrand.com/patterns/...tml?noImages=0
Thank you so much too! :D If I knew how to do it without the sleeves and have the armholes look good I would try it but I am afraid I'm not experienced enough to try!!!
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