This sweater vest this is based on is seen predominantly in episodes 5 and 6 of Wednesday. It’s written to be a small size but with a lot of ease and length (a bit more than I intended, in fact). If you’d like to size it up or down, I recommend just changing your hook and/or yarn weight and not making any adjustments to the pattern itself. If you have a good feel for the pattern, it also wouldn’t be very difficult to adjust length and width by changing the number of rows or stitches per row, respectively. It’s an easy pattern, as long as you’re familiar with working with more than one color of yarn and changing between the two. Materials and Supplies • Worsted weight yarn in black and white (or other colors if you want to customize your vest further!), but LISTEN HERE, sport or dk weight yarn would be better. I used worsted and it’s very heavy. Sport weight would also size it down just a little and I feel like my vest has just a tad bit too much ease with worsted too. IMPROVE this pattern! • Size F crochet hook • Yarn needle • Pins (optional, but helpful to hold things in place while seaming. I use bobby pins.) Abbreviations/Skills Needed Ch: chain Sc: single crochet Hdc: half-double crochet Dec: decrease (assume hdc decreases, unless specified) St/sts: stitch/stitches Whip stitch/running stitch can be used to join the sections. You can use whichever you prefer. I used whip stitch and seamed with right-sides facing. Gauge: approx. 4 hdc/inch, 3 hdc rows/inch Finished vest as written measures about 25” long and 17” across. I’m a small person and I wanted mine a little big, but I overshot slightly.