Girl’s Capelette Pattern!

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Capelette Front
Capelette Front ©Looking Glass Deisgns

This Capelette Pattern is easy and quick to make. It uses doubled yarn and garter stitch to make a warm and pretty capelette in 3 sizes:
Small: 38.5” at the long edge
Medium: 40.5” at the long edge
Large: 42.5” at the long edge

I’ve used Ice Yarns Bamboo Wool Yarn (held double) in a quick garter stitch with short rows to make a thick and soft capelette with a collar that you finish off in your choice of fancy yarns – the sample has a pretty light blue eyelash yarn that pops out against the black. The capelette is knit sideways – the short row ends are underneath the collar at the top to create the shape of the capelette.

If you’d like to use the yarn I have, you can buy it here from my yarn website.

Back of Capelette
Back of Capelette ©Looking Glass Designs

You can find the pattern for sale on Ravelry: Child’s Capelette Pattern

*This pattern is Copyright to Looking Glass Designs (2014). You have permission to sell the finished item from this pattern but rewriting, reselling, distributing, or copying the pattern itself is prohibited. Please include a link back to my etsy shop or blog in all sales/listings of the item. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


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