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Sometimes you need a little something extra to go with your outfit, and a vest often fits the bill. Casual to dressy, they can be used for all occasions.

Vests - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Diamonds Vest by Susan Lowman
Double stranded crochet cotton makes this pretty lace vest work up quickly. It’s a timeless design with chic style.

2) Lotus Circular Vest by Regina Weiss
Bright circular mandala vest based on my Lotus Throw pattern!
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3) Tailored Vest by Erika and Monika Simmons
The flirty ruffle adds interest to a vest that can be dressed up for business, dressed down for a weekend in jeans.

4) Drapey Crochet Vest by Tammy Hildebrand
This crochet vest is all about ease…easy to crochet, easy to wear and beautifully easy on the eyes! It’s a comfortably loose style that is very wearable, so we’ve included sizes from Small to 3X.

5) Aurora Vest by Treva McCain

6) Unique Shell Vest by Lorene Haythorn Eppolite- Cre8tion Crochet
This lightweight and airy shell vest is designed with the gorgeous Lion Brand Unique Yarn in Jewel. The bright changing tones give this simple design a big visual impact.

7) Elliot by Maureen Basher
Elliot is a crocheted interpretation of Norah Gaughan’s knitted Ellis vest from the book Norah Gaughan Volume 2. The peplum on this crocheted version is less full than in the original knitted vest.

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