Blossom Vest Crochet Pattern


Yay! I love pattern-release days. Designing, creating, writing, modeling, and laying out a crochet pattern is definitely a labor of love – and that makes it so exciting to sit back and look at the final product when it’s all put together. So, I hope you enjoy this new one as much as I do! It’s the Blossom Vest, now available through Etsy and Ravelry for 5.50 USD πŸ™‚


This retro-chic granny square vest is what your wardrobe needs for all of your summer adventurings! Whether you wear it over tanks and tees as a vest or lace it up for a sweet halter top, the Blossom Vest is ready to jam.


This pattern can create 4 different vest sizes using sleek and comfortable 100% cotton yarn in #4 weight – with tons of color possibilities, you’ll want to make one for every outfit!



From left to right: X-small, Small, Medium, Large

X-small: 3.50 hk, 5 Rnds – 30” bust, 16” length (measured from top of strap to lowest point on the square)
Small: 5.00 hk, 5 Rnds – 35” bust, 18” length
Medium: 3.50 hk, 6 Rnds – 37” bust, 19” length
Large: 5.00 hk, 6 Rnds – 44” bust, 23” length

Pattern includes tons of tutorial photos for the main pattern, plus bonus tutorials on working all of the less common stitches used in the pattern. A separate Printer-Friendly PDF is also included! Written in US crochet terminology.


3.50 hook, 5.00 hook
4-5 skeins Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton
Scissors, Tapestry Needle, Fringe Maker (a book or stiff cardboard will do!)
Blocking board and pins (recommended)

Now it’s REALLY starting to feel like summer! ❀


12 thoughts on “Blossom Vest Crochet Pattern

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    • Ohh yay I’m glad you noticed! So, I didn’t make that belt, I found it at a thrift store – it’s Lucky brand and it looks like it was originally designed with the squares, not added on by someone. It’s probably my favorite belt though!


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  3. This is such a fun summer top! I love the open, laciness of the squares, and relaxing, hip earthy tones. I am a true sucker for granny square projects! While I don’t think this would look very good on me anymore, I do think it would look great over a tank top as well. Pinning.
    I have run a granny square link up all year long, and have reached the last one. Would love if you came to share this, and enter the big, BIG 2017 Yarn Goodies Giveaway πŸ™‚

    Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots
    December Challenge:


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