Frutillas Vest Children's Pattern
When I learned about the strawberry stitch I loved it and started practicing it. So, someone told me that this was a very old stitch and that it was called strawberries, because it looks like the seeds they have in their shells. I loved it because besides being very pretty, it's not a difficult stitch to knit, you just have to be concentrated to make the pattern match.
This vest is knitted from the top down, in one piece. In English, this is called a "top down" vest. You start with the yoke, which is round, then separate the body and sleeves, and go from there, piecemeal, with them. The level of this pattern is intermediate. Faithfully following the instructions, you can knit it without much difficulty.
The pattern has many photos and video tutorials to help you knit it without problems.
- Difficulty: Beginner
- Difficulty: Intermediate
- Difficulty: Advanced
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