This "seams" :teehee: like a silly question but I'm going to ask anyway. I have a pattern for a very simple vest, (bottom up) that is made in three pieces: back and two sides. Is there any reason I can't cast on the total number of stitches and knit all three from the bottem to the armhole then divide and conquer? I HATE seams!!!!
Go for it! :cheering:
If you hate seams that much, I say go for it!
One thing I forgot to mention is that you can always put in "fake" seams a la EZ if you want. (You probably already know this.) Theoretically, it may improve the structure of the vest, making it easier to fold and so forth.
I do vaguely remember reading instructions for making a fake seam, slipping the knit row or something? I'll google it.
I do hate seaming, although with the video on this I FINALLY learned how to do it right.