Kishie

 Design Eline Alcocer

The Kishie vest has a very deep v-neck and boxy arm openings.

Kishie is a gender neutral vest design featured in Issue 1.

Table of stitch counts

The table of stitch counts shows the stitch counts for each round of the Front and Back panels, as well as the Back Hem Ribbing. You can use this table to keep track of your progress and check your rounds.

 

Technical Photos

Close-up of front hem ribbing which is cropped shorter than the back
Front hem ribbing (and wrong side of back ribbing)
Close-up of back hem ribbing
Back hem ribbing
Close-up of shoulder seam
Close-up of shoulder seam
Close-up of neckline selvedge and rib
Neckline and close-up of selvedge and ribbing

Sometimes fit is hard to determine from editorial photos, so we've taken clear and simple photos of our model, Sam wearing Kishie. Sam measures a 99.5cm / 39.25" chest and is wearing a size 4 (finished chest circumference 102cm / 40.25").

Kishie vest on Sam, viewed from the front. It fits closely to his body without being loose.

With his arms lifted, the Kishie vest's bottom hem rises up.

From the back, it is clear that there is a small amount of negative ease.

With his arms raised, the back of the best wrinkles a little bit across the back

Viewed from the side, the front ribbing sticks out a little bit.