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Twig + Tale Baby Pathfinder Vest

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    • Beautiful Step by Step Tutorial to guide you
    • Sizes Preemie to 9-12m
    • Curved Dropped back option - keep those kidneys warm
    • Pixie hood & Classic Round hood
    • Two lengths - Classic & Extended for extra warmth
    • V-neck & Round neck
    • Flutter sleeve
    • Collar
    • Yoked Pleated Back option
    • 2 Pocket styles
    • Optional overlapping button stand
    • Numerous options for closure
    • Skill Level Beginner - adventurous beginner depending on version chosen.
    • Imperial and Metric Measurements


    Keep them bundled up in sweet and cosy hand-made love.

    Baby sizes: Preemie to 9-12m

    Mix and match styles to achieve over 70 stunning combinations, for girls and boys.

    Pathfinder Vest Views on second listing image.

    { U p g r a d e } https://www.makerist.com/patterns/baby-animal-vest-upgrade

    { U p c y c l e } Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with upcycled fabrics. Look to vintage blankets, gently used wool sweaters and corduroy/wool trousers for exteriors - vintage sheets and lovely shirts for lining.

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    Materials you need at home:

    • View size chart + materials list , https//www.twigandtale.com/pages/baby-pathfinder-vest-size-materials-list
    • Exterior I like to use vintage woolen blankets, but you can use any warm fabric such as wool, wool blends, corduroy or velvet. Fleece and WindPro are also suitable fabrics. You could also use quilting cottons for a spring weight vest.
    • Lining Cotton, linen, flannel or other soft breathable fabric.
    • Spool of coordinating thread
    • Button(s) or toggle(s)
    • Cord elastic for fastening loops (optional - enough to make a loop to go over each button). Allow approximately 7” (18cm) per loop, as you need some length in order to tie the knot.