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Street Chic Hooded Cable Vest

By: Elaine Phillips from ABC Knitting Patterns

For those who are up for a good challenge, we have just the thing for you. Take on the chill and layer up in style by learning how to knit a vest with this Street Chic Hooded Cable Vest pattern. With the use of a bit of cabling in the front and the back, this gorgeous hooded knit vest is sure to be the accessory you can incorporate into your wardrobe year round. This knit vest pattern provides instructions for creating size Small up to 2X.


Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge13 stitches, 18 rows, 4 inches. stockinette stitch

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i need help with this patrern. abc is not responding to my emails. the left cable starts with row 13. right cable starts with row 1-23. when i reach row 23 for the left cable is where the pattern does not work out correctly. the cables are supposed to mirror each other but they are not. can some one help me out?

When you are on row 24 are you going back to row 13 of the pattern for the left side? For the right side you use the exact pattern for the rows and for the left side you start with row 13 which means you are going rows 13-23 then rows 1-12. I have not made this specific pattern but have made something similar with similar instructions. I found it was easiest for me to write out the pattern with the appropriate instructions for each row for each side of the sweater/vest. I hope this helps.


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