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Sarah's Talia Vest in Cascade 200

Sarah_Talia4 Here's another Talia Vest project photo. This one is from Sarah W. of Kirkland, Washington, who knit it for her 13-year -old daughter.

Sarah used Cascade 220 Superwash in colorway # 1910 (aqua).  What a beautiful, striking shade of blue!

"I’d consider myself an advanced beginner, or intermediate at best, and had no trouble with Katherine’s beautifully written pattern. My 13 year old daughter Karinne (pictured) picked out the pattern because it’s so stylish and flattering. It was a fun, quick knit. I’m ready to make another for myself!" -- Sarah W.

Thanks so much, Sarah!  I do love that this vest has equal appeal to teenagers as it does to more (ahem) experienced knitters, like myself!

I've seen versions in so many different colors.  The Cascade 200 has beautiful stitch definition.

Ready to make your first (or 2nd) Talia Vest?  Get the free pattern from the SweaterBabe.com Knitting Patterns page.

Happy knitting!Sarah_Talia3 Sarah_W_Talia

Comments

Claire

Beautiful! I'm knitting this out of the same shade of blue in Karabella Aurora 8. I hope mine turns out as lovely as this one!

Lillian Derington

Julie -
Thanks for sending. Your daughter and granddaughter have a lot of class and are talentedand beautiful--just like you.

Love,
Lillian

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