KNIT : Little Knits

I think little knits are my favorite knits. They are generally quick and always cute. First up is a Louise Vest I completed quite a while back but don't think I ever shared. I used one skein of Quince and Co Lark in the Iceland colorway. 
(Ravelery project page here.)

The next is a Puerperium Cardigan. It's my second time (the first is here) knitting this free pattern from PEKAPEKA Design. This one is also knit up in Berroco Ultra Alpaca but this time the DK weight and in a nice neutral brown. I upped my needle size for good drape and hopefully a little more size.
(Ravelry project page here.)


Finally, my current "purse WIP" is a vintage baby vest pattern that I'm knitting up with Luna Gey Celeste yarn. Like many vintage patterns, it was written to be knit flat in pieces then seamed, but I hate seaming and we have circular needles now, so I'm working it in the round. Since it's just 3x1 ribbing for a while and lightweight, it makes a great "on-the-go" project. I work on it when I'm out and about, socializing or waiting or watching TV.
(Ravelry project page here.)