Galiano Vest

Look Ma! No sleeves! I tend to hit a psychological roadblock when I knit cardigans… I get stalled at the sleeves. Well. The solution is simply to knit things that don’t have sleeves.

Megan at Tricksy Knitter has just released a new vest pattern called “Galiano” using our CashLuxe Fine yarn.

Galiano Vest is a sweet little vest with charming details, designed to show off your favourite fingering weight yarn. A pretty chevron lace border flows neatly out of corded rib. The corded rib front bands flow over the shoulders and meet at back. A button loop closure is a great opportunity to showcase some special buttons. Visible neckline decreases and side shaping flatter the figure. Virtually seamless with knit-in front bands, Galiano is a quick knit.

The Galiano vest pattern is available now on Megan’s website and also on Ravelry, and she’s offering 40% off all her Tricksy Knitter Patterns with the coupon code: OLDSCHOOL (good until June 28).

By the way, I was recently gifted one of Megan’s Tricksy Knitter Notebooks and it’s wonderful — with a list of knitting abbreviations and chart symbols and other handy bits of info printed on the inside back cover. Plus one of her Knitter’s Needle Gauge and Ruler. So handy!


About Felicia Lo

founder + creative director of SweetGeorgia // designer + dreamer // wife + mama // dyer, knitter, spinner, weaver, youtuber + author // been writing this blog about colour and craft since 2004 // see what I am making @lomeetsloom and @sweetgeorgia.

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2 thoughts on “Galiano Vest

  1. Melissa @ MisoCraftyKnits says:

    What a gorgeous vest!!  And SO stunning in Cayenne!

    I’ve been eyeing those Notebooks and the Ruler for months now.  How do you like them?

    1. SweetGeorgia says:

      I’m getting to the last few pages of my current notebook, so I’ll switch to the Tricksy notebook next! And the ruler is great… I’m carrying it around in my knitting bag now. I like how you can place it over your gauge swatch, holding all the stitches down and in place while you count your stitches. 

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