I love this little "Pebble" vest pattern (a.k.a Henry's Manly Cobblestone Inspired Baby Vest) so much that I've made it three times now. I can whip one out in a few days, it looks cute over t-shirts, and it keeps the Kiddo's core warm. The only problem is that the pattern is only written in one size, so I keep having to guess to make it bigger.
The Kiddo grew out of his first vest quite quickly. (While I am certainly not laying blame--as I've had my own share of laundry mishaps--the outgrowing was helped by the fact that it got tossed in the dryer by a sleep-deprived Sweet Husband.)
But then the second vest I made, for this Fall, ended up being ridiculously too big. It's so big that I actually think it will fit him next Winter, or maybe even the one after that.
This third one is fresh off the needles. It's a little smaller than I would have ideally prefered, but--even if it doesn't fit past his next growth spurt--for Thanksgiving Day, at least, it should be juuuusst right.