Crossroads Vest - Baby + Child
Add-on for Pathfinder Vest

Crossroads Vest - Baby + Child
Add-on for Pathfinder Vest

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Add the delightful free Crossroads option to your Pathfinder Vest or Baby Pathfinder Vest 

Crossroads for Pathfinder Vest

  • Double layer across their chest for added warmth
  • Unique petal shape allows for ease of movement

You will need to own the Child or Baby Pathfinder Vest pattern in order to use this Add-on.  The Add-on contains the pattern pieces and tutorial for the Crossroads version, however you will need the pattern pieces and instructions from your original Pathfinder pattern.

Size Chart + Fabric requirements

View size chart + fabric requirements 

This is a print-at-home PDF pattern and includes three printing options:

  1. US Letter/A4 - tiled and designed to print on your home printer
  2. Copyshop - A0 wide-format file  (33.1″ x 46.8″) 
  3. Projector - specially-formatted and optimized for home projector use.   Read more about using our projector files here 

All pattern printing formats include “layers”, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. 

View pattern FAQ

 

  • Works With

Mashes With

This pattern is designed to "mash" with elements of the following

Customer Reviews

Based on 326 reviews
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Lauren (Hobart, AU)
Love it!

This was fun and straightforward to make. I love that there are so many options to customise the vest and extra info on the blog. Thank you :)

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Suzanne Pinyon (Melbourne, AU)
❤️ upcycling

I love this pattern. Easy to follow instructions. Made it for my youngest granddaughter.

A
Anne Byrnes (Brisbane, AU)
Childs vest

Made Pathfinder vest with crossover front, curved drop back, and bear ears on the hood for a bit of fun for 1 year old boy. The faux leather was 'wool'padded so did not need lining.
Thanks its awesome.

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cheryl kirk (Nanoose Bay, CA)

sorry haven't had a chance to make it yet

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Lisa T (Cincinnati, US)
Great directions. Fun Vest!

I wanted to make a vest to go with some pants I wanted to make. I ended up making this vest out of a Ponte with a jersey lining. It is surprisingly warm. I know it is written for wovens, but it worked just fine with some moderate stretch fabric. The directions were easy to understand and I didn’t have to make any adjustments.

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Bronwyn Smith (Auckland, NZ)
Love these patterns

Really enjoy creating garments from repurposed fabrics. I love the style of these patterns. Fantastic resources are provided eg. Videos and instructions to create them. This wee cutie is for our first grandchild.

J
Judith Pelle (Oss, NL)
Very nice

Very Nice and easy to do also as a beginner!

F
Flo Logan (Christchurch, NZ)
2nd jacket

So cute and enjoying having lots of instructions. Will keep someone cosy!!!

M
Melissa Armstrong (Gainesville, US)
Versatile and fun

Made minor modifications to upcycle my husband’s old jeans and I was very happy with the result. I already have the next vest planned. Love T&T!

F
Flo Logan (Christchurch, NZ)
3yr size Pathfinder

Loved the help of the video, make life sooo much easier.Easy set by set instructions. Source a blanket add some machine embroidery!(cos I can). Enjoyed putting it together .
Thank you.

Customer Reviews

Based on 326 reviews
97%
(315)
3%
(11)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
L
Lauren (Hobart, AU)
Love it!

This was fun and straightforward to make. I love that there are so many options to customise the vest and extra info on the blog. Thank you :)

S
Suzanne Pinyon (Melbourne, AU)
❤️ upcycling

I love this pattern. Easy to follow instructions. Made it for my youngest granddaughter.

A
Anne Byrnes (Brisbane, AU)
Childs vest

Made Pathfinder vest with crossover front, curved drop back, and bear ears on the hood for a bit of fun for 1 year old boy. The faux leather was 'wool'padded so did not need lining.
Thanks its awesome.

c
cheryl kirk (Nanoose Bay, CA)

sorry haven't had a chance to make it yet

L
Lisa T (Cincinnati, US)
Great directions. Fun Vest!

I wanted to make a vest to go with some pants I wanted to make. I ended up making this vest out of a Ponte with a jersey lining. It is surprisingly warm. I know it is written for wovens, but it worked just fine with some moderate stretch fabric. The directions were easy to understand and I didn’t have to make any adjustments.

B
Bronwyn Smith (Auckland, NZ)
Love these patterns

Really enjoy creating garments from repurposed fabrics. I love the style of these patterns. Fantastic resources are provided eg. Videos and instructions to create them. This wee cutie is for our first grandchild.

J
Judith Pelle (Oss, NL)
Very nice

Very Nice and easy to do also as a beginner!

F
Flo Logan (Christchurch, NZ)
2nd jacket

So cute and enjoying having lots of instructions. Will keep someone cosy!!!

M
Melissa Armstrong (Gainesville, US)
Versatile and fun

Made minor modifications to upcycle my husband’s old jeans and I was very happy with the result. I already have the next vest planned. Love T&T!

F
Flo Logan (Christchurch, NZ)
3yr size Pathfinder

Loved the help of the video, make life sooo much easier.Easy set by set instructions. Source a blanket add some machine embroidery!(cos I can). Enjoyed putting it together .
Thank you.