Lots of Navy Blue Yarn
This one was a little more difficult to disassemble because of the color and the yarn used for the chain stitches was slightly lighter weight but dyed the same color which made it hard to see. I lost a few yards with a injudicious cut or two. I finally resorted to pulling out the lighted magnifier and was able to finish taking it apart and getting all four sections to start unravelling. Here is the first hank from the back - it's BIG!
The yarn is slightly heavier than worsted weight and definitely destined for a felted bag. I still have the front and both sleeves to unravel.
I gave Mom the lime green vest today and it may be a little small on her. Mom is only about 5' and quite thin. She mentioned that some of the earlier vests that I'd made for her were too big now, so I intentionally made this one smaller and perhaps overdid it. She's going to wear it at least once to see if it really is too small before she gives it back so I can frog it down to the armholes and add a little length.