Baby Animal Vest

There's a little bit of a wild spirit in all of us. Make their make-believe more real with this fun, yet practical vest that keeps them warm as they dream of being wild.

Pattern features
  • Baby Sizes preemie - 12m
  • 14 animal options: Fox, Unicorn, Lion, Bear, Bunny, Dino, Cat, Mouse, Giraffe, Zebra, Horse, Donkey, Ladybird and Doggie
  • FREE BONUS: Full instructions and pattern pieces for seven animal tails!
  • Skill level:  Adventurous beginner - Intermediate (animals with manes)


Twig + Tale Wild Things Vest Animal View

Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to woollen blankets, gently used corduroy or wool trousers and leather/suede garments for inspiration.

View size chart + materials list | View pattern FAQs  | View Children's Animal Vest | View Women's Animal Vest


Cover Image by Dida Sundet-Ellingsen

 *Image 4 also shows Child Pathfinder

When purchasing this listing, you will receive a copy of the Baby Pathfinder Vest + Baby Animal Vest Upgrade.  If you already own the Baby Pathfinder, use the dropdown menu to select the Upgrade only.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 56 reviews
Animal upgrade

Love it so much .

beautiful easy to use patterns

your patterns are so awesome and so easy to use. I certainly will be buying more

Awesome pattern

I love this pattern....and All the possibilities. So easy to follow.

Animal vest - gruffalo

Easy to follow pattern. Wish I’d put on buttons before attaching lining
Really enjoyed making this and surprising myself with what I can do. Especially when I don’t rush.
I used a baby corduroy and a micro fleece as lining.
Got to make more!

Baby Animal Vest`

I just finished making one of the baby animal vest and it was easy to make, look great upon finishing. I will be making more of these, this first one I just make the actual vest and did not make it into an animal, but the next one will definately be a lion. I will send you pics as soon as my phone works again.The fabric I used is a kahki color and it was made from an old army blanket my Uncle let me use. I lined it with a plaid cotton, it was very easy to make.

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