Wee Bamboo Vest {Free Knit Pattern!}

knit baby vest pattern

Wee Bamboo Vest Knit Pattern

This cute “wee” vest will help turn any little guy into a little gentleman.  Featuring the bamboo stitch, which is both really fun to work up, and creates a beautiful texture, this knit baby vest pattern is classically adorable.

This baby vest knitting pattern features Super Bulky (6) weight yarn and a size 9.0mm (US 13) Double Pointed Needles.

Thanks to Jayalakshmi M H for contributing as part of my Guest Designer Program.

In Order to Get This Pattern Please Pay With A Share!

1. Head over to Ravelry, add this pattern to your favorites and queue the pattern listing. This is a great way to help designers connect with new customers, and we always super appreciate you taking that extra moment!

You’ll find the Ravelry listing here.

2. Share this blog post with your crafty friends. Please use the handy social sharing buttons at the bottom of this post so your crafty friends can take advantage of this free pattern too.

3.  Input your name and e-mail address into the form below, and you’ll receive an e-mail from me with the pattern attached within 2 hours.  Enjoy!


Guest Designer Jaya

Jayalakshmi (aka Jaya) is a full time mom to twin girls. In the little precious “me time” that she gets, she packs in some knitting. Her personal design philosophy is to create quick, simple, preferably seamless, yet elegant knits that are as fun to knit as they are comfortable to wear. Her Ravelry ID is: jayashankar

Visit Jaya’s Ravelry page by clicking here.

15 Comments On “Wee Bamboo Vest {Free Knit Pattern!}”

  1. Thank you, this is lovely. I have shared with my friends.

    Take good care,

  2. Thank you Jaya and Melody!

  3. Very nice

  4. Hi! I just LOVE your quick, easy CUTE patterns! Thank you sooooo much! I knit for the NICU at the hospital where my husband had open heart surgery. These little things are perfect for them! I also use the stitch patterns for hats and whatever I can think of. (I’m doing little hats for the “Red Hats for Little Hearts”… Red Cross. 🙂 I just finished making a sweater for my latest
    grandchild (# 12). He’s 8 month old now, so I enlarged it a bit. And I used another pattern for his sister, who is in the 3rd grade.
    Thank you again!

  5. oh my how cute is that!

  6. I don’t know what “queue the pattern listing” means. (I’m new at computers, but I do know how to go to Ravelry to get patterns.)
    Thank you ! I love the pattern !

  7. This vest is very nice. Being in a hotter state I can see it could be made with a cotton mixture as well. Thank you for your generosity.

  8. Thanks so much, Marian.

  9. Thanks Sylvia!!

  10. Thanks Ravinder!!

  11. Thanks Rebecca, I do hope you get to knit this some time in the yarn of your choice 🙂

  12. Thanks for your nice comments, Carol!
    I look forward to seeing your finished projects based on this design. Do share them when possible 🙂

  13. Hi Cynthia, since you are familiar with Ravelry, you just need to open this pattern on Ravelry and click the “add to queue” option at the far right. Hope this helps!

  14. 🙂 thanks

  15. I will share this site with my craft friends

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