We’re always on the hunt for clever ideas that are inexpensive and look fabulous and we’ve rounded up some awesome No-Sew Vest Pattern ideas that are guaranteed to get you excited.
This is the perfect piece that is ideal for layering under jackets and it will iron out and flatter any figure. It’s a two-minute project that needs one meter of fabric and we promise you are going to love it.
Scarf Turned Vest DIY
via Brittany, Youtube.
Here’s another brilliant idea. Now you can upcycle your favorite scarf or scrap fabric into a very stylish addition to your wardrobe.
Again, it couldn’t be easier to make and will be a wardrobe staple. This can be worn over long and short sleeve tops making it a very versatile piece.
Flyaway Vest Tutorial
Here’s another version of the vest, but this time it is showcased in a heavier material. This makes it perfect for the cooler months. The drape is very flattering at the front and it’s super simple to recreate.
Kimono Batwing No-Sew Vest
via Petite Pieces
Here’s another great idea, you can make a Kimono or batwing style vest really easily too. The creator has tied the ends together to make this gorgeous effect.
DIY No Sew Layered Vest
via Behind The Seams
This versatile Layered Vest is super easy to make and looks great, It’s perfect for layering with your favorite jackets and it can be worn a number of ways.
You can leave it open or belt it up for a very stylish look. One thing’s for sure you will love the versatility and the simplicity of this piece. You can see how to make it in the video at the end of this post.
Ways To Wear No-Sew Wrap Top
via McConnel Analogue Chic
Once you have made your wrap top, you may like to see the many different ways that you can wear it. McConnel Analogue Chic has taken the guess work out. As you can see you are spoilt for choice with the many combinations.
Continue scrolling to view a video tutorial that shows you how to make one.
No-Sew Vest Pattern Video Tutorial
Are you ready to make your own No-Sew Vest Pattern? This video tutorial will show you how to whip up the popular waterfall vest that is lightly layered down the front.
You will be shown how to recreate it using an oversized T-shirt. To view the video, click Play above ^